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FANCY CRAB Celebrating red king crab in the heart of Marylebone

Located on Wigmore Street in Marylebone, Fancy Crab celebrates the world’s most sought-after shellfish, the red king crab. With less than a handful of restaurants serving this...

CLAW Pops Up at SKylon in the Southbank

For those that are feeling a little crabby. From Wednesday 1st June until 30th August, Southbank’s favourite haunt Skylon will open its doors to street...

Make Valentines day special at the OXBO Bankside

Flavourmag had so much fun during our recent visit to the OXBO restaurant at the Hilton Bankside. Situated on Great Suffolk Street, a stone throw away...

The best restaurants to try in Colchester

There's plenty to recommend about the Essex area of Colchester; with its historical attractions, cultural venues and friendly people, it offers a satisfying mix...

Chi Kitchen Debenhams Now Open

The team behind Thai institution, Mango Tree, have now opened the doors to Chi Kitchen, a new pan-Asian restaurant located in Debenhams Oxford Street. The...

Halloween events and experiences

Fright night is upon us, and for those of you that do not fancy going to a club night or fancy dress party, then...

Review: Lotus – Not your average Indian Cuisine

Lotus, a fine Indian cuisine dining restaurant situated at 17 Charing Cross, London, WC2H 0EP, which makes its location perfect for a dinner & show or...

Review: Pizza Union – Kings Cross

Super quick pizza for those on the go, Pizza in fast food restaurant form hits the spot. The first thing to note about Pizza Union...

Review: Pho Café – Covent Garden

Fresh, light and filling? Hell's yeah! This place knows how to cook up a real treat. As we walked up to Pho café/restaurant in Covent Garden; we...

Gilgamesh – Restaurant Review

Situated in the heart of Camden's Lock you would be forgiven for not realising that a restaurant like this was there. On arrival you are...

Sticks ‘N’ Sushi Restaurant Review.

I went to check out the chic new Sticks 'n' Sushi in the brand new Canary Wharf development at Cross Rail Place. So new...

Roka: The Japanese Blockbuster of a Restaurant – Review

Have you ever read a restaurant review that consisted of only one paragraph? Well that was my initial thoughts on how to write this review...

Review: Nipa Thai – Lancaster London

Arriving at the Lancaster in London the building itself was certainly grand inside. The Nipa Thai restaurant is located on the first floor. We...

Review: Pot and Grill (Stratford)

I love Caribbean food but strictly home cooked food-in other words I am damn picky a chef’s nightmare I assume. I have been to...

Review – Oblix Restaurant at the Shard

Twas a dark and windy night walking through London Bridge, my destination wasn't that much further but the chill on the wind had made my pace...

Review – The World’s End Market

Generally I tend not to research the restaurants I am going to review, this avoids misconceptions as well as disappointment, so on arrival to World's...

Restaurant Review – The Reindeer Burger at The Red Lemon

Come mid-November every eating establishment begin to introduce their repetitive festive menus which means turkey, turkey and more turkey. This inevitable turkey-overload usually results...

Trade, Shoreditch

When we went down to Trade on Commercial Street we had to poke around under scaffolding to find it and that's both a pity...

REVIEW: Zumbura, Clapham

I may be the biggest fan of South Indian food London has – it's a habit I picked up from my favourite eatery as...

REVIEW: HUNter 486 at The Arch hotel

The problem with London is that you often end up paying a small fortune for a nice setting in a posh location and feeling...

REVIEW: Foxcroft and Ginger, Whitechapel

London is known for taking places known as 'cheap and cheerful' and turning them 'expensive and elitist' but the Whitechapel area on the edge...

Review: Zen Sai Bar and Restaurant @Zensaibar

The little side road of Inverness Street is quickly becoming a corner for classy eateries of Camden and the Zen Sai Bar and Restaurant...

Sophisticated, intimate and relaxing atmosphere. Welcome to Boisdales in Canary Wharf

Its hard to find a perfectly romantic and sophisticated restaurant thats also relaxed and intimate enough to have an enjoyable yet unique evening. Boisdales...

Globe Bar and Napa Restaurant at the Chiswick Moran Hotel

The Globe Bar is a classy cocktail bar and lounge situated at the Chiswick Moran Hotel along a tree-lined suburb of Chiswick High Road....

MIAMI spyce

Spyce had the pleasure of spending some time in Florida and heading to the chic paradise know as Miami Beach. THURSDAY Dine In at B.E.D Your favourite...

Must – Restuarant review

Must is an exciting, stylish bar and oriental restaurant located in the heart of Birmingham. As we approached the door we were met with...

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