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    The Assistant Room restaurant reviews. Wine and dine in these incredible restaurants around the world.

    Review: The Ivy Chelsea Garden, London SW3

    Perfect for: Summer soiree’s, drinks with friends, casual lunch catch ups & outdoor birthday suppers. The Ivy Chelsea Garden, one of two siblings to the famed London Ivy restaurant favoured by celebrities, creative minds and any Londoner with a passion for food. The Ivy is more than just a restaurant, it is an institution and features among the culinary greats…
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    Review: Mews of Mayfair

    Perfect for: Al-fresco dining, lunch, cocktails, private dining Nestled away in a little court yard adjacent to the world famous Bond Street, Mews of Mayfair sits proudly as one of the top British brasseries in the area. With some of the wealthiest visitors in London as regulars to this beautiful venue and with it being named by Jenson Button himself…
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    Review: The King & Co Clapham

    Perfect for: Catch up with the girls/group night out/cosy ‘working from home’ On a Sunday morning there is nothing I would rather do than sit myself down in a good ol’ English pub and wash down a portion of eggs Florentine with a mimosa or two. If you follow my Instagram feed you will be pretty familiar with my brunch…
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    Review: The Set Restaurant

    Perfect for: Any occasion After accidentally stumbling across this bucket list worthy restaurant one wet and windy evening a few weeks back, I was left not wanting to leave my seat after one of the most incredible four courses of food I have ever eaten! Set within The Artist Residence on Regency Square adjacent to the ruins of Brighton’s iconic…
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    Review: Muriel’s Kitchen

    Perfect for – morning meeting brunch spot, casual lunch/dinner with colleagues, date night… I recently visited Muriel’s Kitchen in Soho, a restaurant part of a small chain of three with the other two venues based in South Kensington and Richmond. The first thing I will say about this place is that booking in a re-visit is definitely on this weeks…
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