Pidgin, London E8 – restaurant review

Pidgin, London E8 – restaurant review
In the restaurant business, there are bad amateurs and good amateurs. The bad ones will have made a few bob doing something else and think, “I'll have me some of that.” They buy brick tiles and industrial lighting by the metre, smoke themselves some …
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Restaurant review: La Famiglia in Bogota
Today, those same classics are in fine form at La Famiglia, though the restaurant is under new ownership for the first time. This spring, self-taught chef Luis Leon and his family took over, keeping the moderately priced classic menu the same but …
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Lobos, London SE1 – restaurant review

Lobos, London SE1 – restaurant review
My Spanish restaurant bellwether is the croqueta. The finest in London remain those from José Pizarro, a miraculous combination of wibbly, jamón-studded bechamel and fragile, physics-defying shell. Lobos' are huge, stout, dense; tattooed bouncers to …
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Restaurant review: Cafe freshens up, greens up Monroe Street
The food — which you order at a small counter — is delicious, generous and well-prepared. The house has only five or six tables on the first floor, depending on how they are configured, but there is more seating upstairs. If it's not crowded, it's …
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