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Alba Grill

It’s not all the Ritz and Carluccios for Charlie you know. In order to complete this quest I sometimes have to go south of the river, the East End, and North London. These are the terms of my quest by which I must abide, but hopefully I’ll never have to go to Croydon or Watford. […]

Afghan Kitchen

It’s convoluted, callously cruel and entirely self-serving, but my stance on British foreign policy is developing into an aggressively expansionist posture. Look it: In the last 15 years we’ve invaded Iraq and Afghanistan, generating a huge refugee population some of whom made their way to London to open delicious restaurants. So here’s what we do: […]

Azerbaijan Restaurant

Really pushing the boat out thəre with the name thəre aren’t you? I’d go with Baku to the Foodture / The Empire Serves Baku. Thəse blogs, they write themsəlves! Azerbaijan Restaurant (http://www.azerbaijanrestaurant.co.uk) has rəcently opened up in Hammersmith. It says that it sərves Azeri/Persian food, but on closer analysis only the first 10 items (of […]

Adams Cafe

Adams Cafe (http://www.adamscafe.co.uk)? Hey Adam? What’s your problem with apostrophe’s? And if you’re a Tunisian restaurant, hailing from a part francophone nation, where’s the acuté accént on the e of Café? This isn’t Dalston. This isn’t Camden. This is nice West London where such things matter. Points of View are going to get both barrels […]

Peckham Bazaar

Me and Mrs Del Monte undertook a pilgrimage to the home of Desmond’s and to meet up with my chum Span, B-Money and Lil Mo. Peckham Bazaar (http://peckhambazaar.tumblr.com/) is running for a few weekends over the summer at Frog on the Green (more dates), serving Balkan-inspired grilled stuff. Though it can’t be categorised easily as […]