FrenchReviews Archive

  • Do you remember the last time you visited a London restaurant where you didn’t need sunglasses to help you see through the dazzling décor and a trip to Selfridges to […]

    Bellamy’s, W1

    Do you remember the last time you visited a London restaurant where you didn’t need sunglasses to help you see through the dazzling décor and a trip to Selfridges to […]

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  • Unless you live or work in the area, the Docklands is a bit of a mystery to most of us.  Up until recently, it was just a place where high […]

    Plateau, E14

    Unless you live or work in the area, the Docklands is a bit of a mystery to most of us.  Up until recently, it was just a place where high […]

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  • Café Luc is a new venture by seasoned restaurateur Luc van Oostende that has opened with the aim of becoming a local favourite amongst the impossibly discerning residents of Marylebone.  […]

    Café Luc, W1

    Café Luc is a new venture by seasoned restaurateur Luc van Oostende that has opened with the aim of becoming a local favourite amongst the impossibly discerning residents of Marylebone.  […]

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  • A brief culinary history lesson if I may.   Bruno Loubet made his name in the early 1990’s as one of the most dynamic and consistently brilliant young chefs cooking in […]

    Bistrot Bruno Loubet, EC1

    A brief culinary history lesson if I may.   Bruno Loubet made his name in the early 1990’s as one of the most dynamic and consistently brilliant young chefs cooking in […]

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  • I don’t really understand the Michelin Star system and truth be told, I don’t really care too much about the much feted restaurant guide. I’ve been to far too many […]

    The Capital, SW3

    I don’t really understand the Michelin Star system and truth be told, I don’t really care too much about the much feted restaurant guide. I’ve been to far too many […]

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  • Having worked their combined chef whites off to create some of London’s best fine dining restaurants, Café de Luxe offers an altogether different proposition from what the brothers Galvin have […]

    Galvin A Vin, E1

    Having worked their combined chef whites off to create some of London’s best fine dining restaurants, Café de Luxe offers an altogether different proposition from what the brothers Galvin have […]

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  • Tucked away along a quiet oasis between the Strand and Covent Garden, Terroirs has quietly been getting on with developing a reputation as one of London’s top restaurants.    Terroirs […]

    Terroirs, WC2

    Tucked away along a quiet oasis between the Strand and Covent Garden, Terroirs has quietly been getting on with developing a reputation as one of London’s top restaurants.    Terroirs […]

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  • As architecturally clever and stunning London is, one would never really think of it as a romantic city.  Yes, there are some great views to be had of the city’s […]

    The Wallace, W1

    As architecturally clever and stunning London is, one would never really think of it as a romantic city.  Yes, there are some great views to be had of the city’s […]

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  • With restaurants like Sauterelle, it’s no wonder that the City’s dodgy bankers got away so many dubious deals.  Here we have a truly impressive restaurant located within The Royal Exchange […]

    Sauterelle, EC3

    With restaurants like Sauterelle, it’s no wonder that the City’s dodgy bankers got away so many dubious deals.  Here we have a truly impressive restaurant located within The Royal Exchange […]

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  • Many chefs talk about wanting to serve the food that they themselves like to eat, but it’s just as important for a venue to be the kind of place that […]

    Bistro @ Eastside Inn, EC1

    Many chefs talk about wanting to serve the food that they themselves like to eat, but it’s just as important for a venue to be the kind of place that […]

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