WestEndReviews Archive

  • With their love of foraging, the world is going ga-ga for Nordic cuisine at the moment.  So it’s no surprise that one of Denmark’s most successful restaurant groups has made […]

    Sticks’n’Sushi, WC2 and SW19

    With their love of foraging, the world is going ga-ga for Nordic cuisine at the moment.  So it’s no surprise that one of Denmark’s most successful restaurant groups has made […]

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  • It’s somewhat ironic that sushi – a dish that is about as suited to our dreary climate as a pair of suede loafers in a puddle – is the Japanese […]

    Tonkotsu, E8 and W1

    It’s somewhat ironic that sushi – a dish that is about as suited to our dreary climate as a pair of suede loafers in a puddle – is the Japanese […]

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  • With a Michelin star already to his name for Trishna – his seafood focussed Indian restaurant in Marylebone – Karam Sethi’s exciting new venture takes its inspiration from Colonial Indian […]

    Gymkhana, W1

    With a Michelin star already to his name for Trishna – his seafood focussed Indian restaurant in Marylebone – Karam Sethi’s exciting new venture takes its inspiration from Colonial Indian […]

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  • Jason Atherton is undoubtedly the UK’s current culinary golden child.  Having left the Gordon Ramsay clan somewhat acrimoniously a few years ago, Atherton now has a portfolio of restaurants around […]

    Berners Tavern, W1

    Jason Atherton is undoubtedly the UK’s current culinary golden child.  Having left the Gordon Ramsay clan somewhat acrimoniously a few years ago, Atherton now has a portfolio of restaurants around […]

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  • The Rosa’s story started off back in 2006 when a husband and wife team set-up a Thai food stall in Brick Lane.  Word spread pretty quickly of their authentic cuisine […]

    Rosa’s Carnaby, W1

    The Rosa’s story started off back in 2006 when a husband and wife team set-up a Thai food stall in Brick Lane.  Word spread pretty quickly of their authentic cuisine […]

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  • Try to imagine a restaurant that’s a cross between the bar in Cheers and a British version of TGI Friday’s.  It’ll go something like this:- wooden seating booths , frosted […]

    Porters English Restaurant

    Try to imagine a restaurant that’s a cross between the bar in Cheers and a British version of TGI Friday’s.  It’ll go something like this:- wooden seating booths , frosted […]

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  • Despite being one of this country’s favourite takeaway meals, Chinese cookery is still a complete enigma to most of us.  With an array of weird and wonderful ingredients to choose […]

    School of Wok, WC2

    Despite being one of this country’s favourite takeaway meals, Chinese cookery is still a complete enigma to most of us.  With an array of weird and wonderful ingredients to choose […]

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  • Despite having made their name as purveyors of some of the finest steaks in London, Hawksmoor founders Will Beckett and Huw Gott have come to the conclusion that man cannot […]

    Hawksmoor Air Street, W1

    Despite having made their name as purveyors of some of the finest steaks in London, Hawksmoor founders Will Beckett and Huw Gott have come to the conclusion that man cannot […]

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  • With their vast expanses of space and a remit that generally requires a universally appealing menu, hotel restaurants don’t lend themselves to great dining experiences.  However, JW Steakhouse at Grosvenor […]

    JW Steakhouse, W1

    With their vast expanses of space and a remit that generally requires a universally appealing menu, hotel restaurants don’t lend themselves to great dining experiences.  However, JW Steakhouse at Grosvenor […]

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  • In a world where restaurateurs have somehow convinced us that it’s acceptable to have to wait for hours for our table before promptly being kicked off the second your hastily […]

    Alyn Williams at The Westbury, W1

    In a world where restaurateurs have somehow convinced us that it’s acceptable to have to wait for hours for our table before promptly being kicked off the second your hastily […]

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