3 Star reviews

Chick ‘n’ Sours, (Seven Dials) London Review

Chick 'n' Sours is all about free-range fried chicken and sour cocktails. Sounds like a match made in heaven.

Lobos Meat & Tapas, Soho Review

A hit in Borough Market, Lobos opens its second location in the heart of Soho

Indian Summer, Brighton Review

Regional cuisine at one of Brighton's oldest Indian restaurants

Archipelago, London Review

Crocodile, Python, Kangaroo, Alpaca and Mealworms - an average night at Archipelago

Bunnychow, Soho Review

Bunnywhat?!

Wahaca, Brighton Review

It's proved a hit everywhere else, but can Wahaca crack Brighton?

Fiddler’s Elbow, Brighton Review

Brighton's original Irish bar serves up a mixed bag but stick to the classics and you won't go wrong

Eastern Eye, Brighton Review

Authentic Indian dishes you've never heard of, but won't forget any time soon

LangeLee’s, Brighton Review

With a silver Brighton and Food Drink Award to their name, can LangeLee's live up to their rep?

Big Eats Co. @ The Druids Arms, Brighton Review

Big Eats Co. takes over the kitchen to compete with Brighton's best BBQ joints

Fu Manchu, Clapham Review

Clapham's very own late night Opium den inspired restaurant, cocktail bar and nightclub

Billie’s Cafe, Brighton Review

Billie's is great for people watching, which is lucky as you won't be able to move after you've eaten!

Joe’s Southern Kitchen, Kentish Town Review

Second outlet opens but are they leading the way or just along for the ride?

PENANG!, Shepherd’s Bush Review

A street food restaurant run by a fictional 80s Malaysian rock star. Only in London.

Mamounia Lounge, Mayfair Review

Traditional and modern Middle Eastern cuisine in one of the most opulent settings around

Apollo Banana Leaf, Tooting Review

Authentic Sri Lankan food in a rainforest, overlooking a waterfall (sort of).

Kintan, Holborn Review

Rubbish BBQ weather again? That doesn't matter at Kintan!

Spice Market, Piccadilly Review

Upmarket setup on the edge of Chinatown promises more than it delivers

One Tun, Fitzrovia Review

The One Tun is a nondescript, busy pub I'd never think to eat in but I'm so glad I did.

Jackson + Rye, Soho Review

Soggy fried chicken is hard to forgive but Jackson + Rye deserves a second chance

Porky’s BBQ, Camden Review

Pork, pork and more pork! Memphis BBQ comes to Camden.

Pizza Pilgrims, Soho Review

The story of two brothers living the dream, from quitting their jobs to opening their own pizzeria

East Dulwich Tavern (EDT) Review

Nice pub with great value ales let down by average grub

Phileas Hog @ The Abbey Tavern, Kentish Town Review

Good BBQ, great portions, excellent value