Brera

Brera Part of the fun of visiting different cities is not only sampling their local cuisine, but also checking out their interpretations of cooking styles from around the world. Accordingly, on a sleepy Sunday evening I headed to one of Seoul’s better regarded Italian restaurants, Brera. Just next to the wonderfully named Beotigogae underground station, …

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Wanderers Kneaded Dan’s Verdict On another sunny day in Edinburgh I walked over the Meadows to visit a new street food van that has got a semi-permanent pitch at the south end of Middle Meadow Walk close to Argyle Place. Wanderers Kneaded serves pizza out of a very snazzy looking truck with a large wood …

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Bancone

Bancone I had time for one final lunch in London so took a tip from the internet, specifically a tweet I’d seen from Xanthe Clay extolling the virtues of a relatively newly arrived Italian called Bancone. Located just next to St Martin’s in the Field and the National Gallery, it’s a prime location for which …

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Rocco’s Eatery After the ghastly episode of Vapiano I was left wondering whether decent delivery pasta dishes were available elsewhere in the city. After a lazy day featuring an uncharacteristic amount of fuck all, I thought I’d see what I could find out. I quickly hit upon Rocco’s Eatery as a likely candidate. I’d passed …

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Polentoni

Polentoni I remember being super-impressed with Polentoni when I first visited back in 2014. I’ve been a regular customer since then, not least because I’ve been living close by in recent times. I thought it was time for a re-appraisal so popped in for breakfast on a recent sunny morning. The set-up remains much the …

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