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Post image for In the curry club, at Thaal Indian Cuisine

Being lucky enough to call West Yorkshire home, means I’m also lucky enough to have grown up sampling cuisine from some of the UK’s best curry houses and takeaways. From as early as I was able to tolerate the kick of those drool-inducing dishes that Dad would ferry home in little cardboard boxes, I was [...]

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Chelsea is one of those Boroughs in London that many people avoid due to the hefty price tag they think comes with it’s bars, restaurants and clubs. Yes, in some venues you will need to re-mortage your house in order to buy a gin & tonic, and in others you will only be permitted entrance [...]

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Post image for The Jam Tree, Clapham: a menu made of dreams & sticky goodness

Before I go to a restaurant for the first time, I like to head on to their website and check out their menu first. I do this for two reasons: The first is so that I can work out what is on offer and prepare myself accordingly; Will I want a starter? Should I save [...]

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ardleigh and dragon thumb

Ardleigh and Dragon is one of those restaurants you have to either know about, be told about, or stumble across to really appreciate the beauty and fresh flavours inspired by Thailand. Housed in a former pub that wasn’t really the type of venue that attracted savoury types, Orchid Pubs and Dining took over the site [...]

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le sacre coeur

One might say we’re enjoying a bit of a French revolution at the moment. France did pretty well to progress as far as they did in the World Cup. Well better than… Oh… I forgot – we’re not allowed to talk about that. Well… moving on, the Tour de France has tongues wagging all over [...]

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