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Pure Indian Cooking

The Blurb

Set moments away from Putney Bridge and the gentle flow of the leafy Thames, Pure Indian Cooking has been serving up inventive, refined Indian cuisine since 2015. Owned by a husband-and-wife team; Faheem Vanoo and Shilpa Dandekar, both … Read more →

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Brasserie Blanc’s Champagne and Soufflé menu

They Say:

‘Raymond Blanc’s Brasserie Blancs and White Brasserie pubs have launched a new seasonal Champagne & Soufflé menu. Fusing classic French cuisine with the essence of a quintessential English summer day, brand new sweet soufflé flavours have been lovingly Read more →

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The blurb

Earlier this year, a new fine dining Italian restaurant opened its doors in South West London, on the affluent Fulham Road, Chelsea. L’Artigiano, which means, ‘the artisan’ in Italian, serves creative interpretations of the country’s classic dishes, using … Read more →

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The Waterside

The blurb

“After a weekend stroll on the riverside, a tiring day in the office or just because you fancy a G&T or two, stop by at the Waterside to relax and unwind.

We’re located overlooking the river Thames and … Read more →

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'There will most definitely be a next time'

Dip in Brilliant

Open Mon–Fri 5.30pm–10pm, Sat 5.30pm–11pm, Sun closed

The blurb

Dip in Brilliant is a trendy Punjabi cafe/restaurant in Fulham (next to Chelsea Football Club) led by celebrity chef Dipna Anand, whose passion and urge to take Punjabi food to a … Read more →

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'It felt like a winter break to the Italian countryside'


Mon–Sat 12pm–3pm and 6.30pm–11pm, Sun 12pm–3pm

The blurb

It may be a clichéd term, but ‘authentic’ truly is the best way to describe Vicino. The name translates from Italian as ‘neighbouring,’ and this pretty much sums up the vibe that … Read more →

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'The dishes were authentic... The brusque service, however, interrupted our reminiscing'

Royal China, Fulham

Open Sun midday–4pm and 6pm–10pm; Mon–Sat midday–4pm and 6pm–11pm

The blurb

Using traditional ingredients and skills, this mini-chain of restaurants is headed up by award-winning executive head chef Man Yuk Cheung.

Well-known for its lunchtime dim sum menu, the dim … Read more →

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'The name is an abbreviation of ‘the delicatessen of Aziz’'


Mon–Sun 7am–midnight

This small chain is a lot like many of London’s inhabitants—seems exotic and brings influences from over the world, but you can’t really tell where they’re from exactly. On the menu here you will find tabbouleh and dolma, … Read more →

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'It’s safe to say that Orange Elephant should find its place among London’s steak heavyweights'

Orange Elephant

Mon –Thu midday–11pm, Fri–Sat midday–11.30pm, Sun midday–10pm

Orange Elephant’s shtick is a simple one: you walk in, you pay £20 (or £80 for their 1.5kg tomahawk steak), and for that you get a three-course meal consisting of a salad, steak … Read more →

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'The owners are gutsy and passionate about sourcing locally'

Bistro by Shot

Open Mon—Sat 7.30am—late; Sun 7.30am—6pm

Hot on the heels of pizza and ice cream joint Ice&Slice, the Antipodean-with-Italian-heritage guys behind café and bar Shot Espresso have launched an all-day casual dining spot, Bistro by Shot. Headed by Fabrice Meier, formerly … Read more →

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