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April 2018



It’s rather exciting making your way to Fiume, the Calabrian-inspired riverside restaurant located in the heart of the new Battersea Power Station development. The area is pegged to become a unique  residential and social hub in south-west London and with the iconic chimneys lit up at night like a gargantuan urban art installation, it certainly [...]

REVIEW: Fiume2018-05-02T14:17:56+01:00

Review: The Petersham


Tina Lofthouse checks out the menu from new head chef Jean-Didier Gouges While The Petersham Hotel is set in a grand Victorian building, its location at the top of a hill and up a sweeping driveway means you need to know of its existence as it’s unlikely to be a place you’ll stumble across by chance. [...]

Review: The Petersham2018-04-30T16:33:39+01:00

REVIEW: Indus Restaurant


As champions of Best Local Restaurant in last year’s Food and Drink Awards, Ting Dalton heads to Indus to discover its winning formula…   When an eatery wins T&L’s prestigious Best Local Restaurant award that’s a big deal… So my expectations were high as I entered Indus’ glass doors to escape the gusty winds and [...]

REVIEW: Indus Restaurant2019-02-21T10:12:53+00:00

REVIEW: The Willow


We try the new seasonal menu at The Willow, a restaurant which has ‘food as medicine’ as its mantra If you are of the belief that healthy eating and tasty food are polar opposites, The Willow hopes to change your mind. While I do have a keen interest in eating well, when I eat out [...]

REVIEW: The Willow2019-02-21T10:12:53+00:00

Review: Isola del Sole


Does Isola del Sole bring the Italian island to Putney? Steph Siegle finds out   Wednesday night at 8pm and Isola del Sole, just off Putney High Street, is buzzing. Stepping into the cosy restaurant from the chilly evening is a timely shot of warmth – not just in the temperature but also in the [...]

Review: Isola del Sole2019-02-21T10:12:53+00:00