Flesh & Buns

History and Background: Opposite Belgo in Seven Dials, is the sister counterpart of Bone Daddies, a ‘rock and roll’ themed ramen bar. Ross Shonhan continued his interest in Japanese cuisine through Flesh & Buns, giving its own similar twist. Japanese Izakayas, (informal social dining and drinking) is the new concept undertaken by this restaurant, with…

Dozo Soho

History and Background: Whilst there’s not much I can find online with regards to its history, Dozo Soho is the sub-branch of Dozo Sushi in Kensington. Dozo Sushi, the much more extravagant restaurant offers a wider variety on its menu – which I’ve yet to visit. (Since I’ve run out of money, I need to…

Homeslice Pizza

History and Background: A small post for a small restaurant that serves one of the largest, if not, the largest pizzas in London. This pizzeria is already very well known amongst the people in their low-mid twenties, serving American style pizza with wood-fired ovens, hand tossed, and homemade. A very trendy place, very pub-like, with beers and…

Bubba Gump Shrimp

History and background: Forest Gump fans and seafood lovers squealed of excitement when news broke out that the popular American chain Bubba Gump was coming to London. With seats for 400, spread across two floors, plus a memorabilia souvenir shop, it became an attractive and appealing place to go. An extensive range of dishes from…

Aqua Shard

     History and Background: Aqua Shard, is part of the Hong Kong based company Aqua Group, also owning Hutong, (both Hong Kong and London), Aqua Kyoto, and Aqua Nueva. Serving British cuisine half way up  The Shard at what is western Europe’s tallest building, it’s floor-to-ceiling windows allows it to offer a spectacular 360 degree view of…