TheCityReviews Archive

  • Inspired by the sociable dining scene and coffee culture of the tapas bars of Barcelona, seasoned restaurant consultant Jason Fendick felt that The City was the ideal place for his […]

    PINCHITOtapas, EC1 & WC1

    Inspired by the sociable dining scene and coffee culture of the tapas bars of Barcelona, seasoned restaurant consultant Jason Fendick felt that The City was the ideal place for his […]

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  • Most of us have been on holiday and come back missing the exotic tastes of our foreign travels.  Whether it’s paella from Spain, street food from India or a juicy […]

    Restaurant 54, EC1

    Most of us have been on holiday and come back missing the exotic tastes of our foreign travels.  Whether it’s paella from Spain, street food from India or a juicy […]

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  • Opening a restaurant in London is a precarious affair, with the location being one of the most difficult decisions to make.  So opening in one of London’s lesser known back […]

    Proud Cabaret, EC3

    Opening a restaurant in London is a precarious affair, with the location being one of the most difficult decisions to make.  So opening in one of London’s lesser known back […]

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  • Whilst dining in The City isn’t to everyone’s taste, one can’t deny that restaurants in London’s financial district are some of the most visually interesting around.  With so many historical […]

    1 Lombard Street, EC3

    Whilst dining in The City isn’t to everyone’s taste, one can’t deny that restaurants in London’s financial district are some of the most visually interesting around.  With so many historical […]

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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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  • In a city of around 250 spoken languages and 6000 restaurants, it’s no surprise that Londoners have such a variety of cuisine to choose from.  From Indian and Italian to […]

    Bangalore Express, SE1 & EC3

    In a city of around 250 spoken languages and 6000 restaurants, it’s no surprise that Londoners have such a variety of cuisine to choose from.  From Indian and Italian to […]

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  • Despite being the size of a postage stamp, The City appears to have more crammed into its mere square mile than anywhere in London.  Moreover, with so many restaurants, bars […]

    Boisdale, EC2

    Despite being the size of a postage stamp, The City appears to have more crammed into its mere square mile than anywhere in London.  Moreover, with so many restaurants, bars […]

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  • If we are all obsessed with choice and finding the next cool thing, how come the busiest restaurant I’ve been to in ages was the antithesis of modern culture? No […]

    Relais de Venise, W1 & EC2

    If we are all obsessed with choice and finding the next cool thing, how come the busiest restaurant I’ve been to in ages was the antithesis of modern culture? No […]

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  • Whilst most restaurant owners wait about 10 minutes before they decide to embark on an expansion plan, the team behind Greens have taken a mere 27 years to open the […]

    Greens, EC3

    Whilst most restaurant owners wait about 10 minutes before they decide to embark on an expansion plan, the team behind Greens have taken a mere 27 years to open the […]

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