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Mambo Italiano — Carlotta comes to Marylebone

"I will never cease to be amazed by that consistently remarkable ability to reinvent."

Burnout BBQ — Brisket, wings and hot rods

"This is undoubtedly the place to go in Oxford for an authentically fun evening of American food."

George Street Social — Brunching, but at what price?

"Moving onto the lunch menu, the items here are high quality but also much higher cost."

Salsas del Sol — Will Pouget shines with latest Oxford endeavour

"Now, Salsas del Sol is the Mediterranean spin on Pouget’s good-value slow food revolution."

New menu new me? Turtle Bay brings fresh flavours to tried and tested formula

"The Caribbean chain now seems to have truly turned its focus onto the food alongside its brilliant drinks offering with increased plant-based and fresh-tasting options."

From Sunday paellas to avant-garde tapas at El Rincón

"Juan puts his own spin on all the reliable classics just as any Spaniard worth his salt does."

Romulo – Forever at the forefront of Filipino cuisine

"Romulo has made its name as the place where Filipinos from across the city come for their home cooking in the hands of the family."

Bbuona – Italia a Oxford

'Really though, that espresso wouldn’t be complete without a Bbuona cannolo.'

Pompette — Relaxed, refined, and perfectly French

'Come expecting warmth, authenticity, and a good time. Leave feeling stuffed, satisfied, and delighted.'

Gusto — A fascinating new Italian inside the old Mitre pub

'The Gusto team here really have done the old Mitre justice.'

Review: The Ashmolean Rooftop Restaurant

Cherwell had the privilege of enjoying a lunch at this conservatory-esque restaurant a few weeks ago.

Review: Chickpea

"Great value, good vibes, and stunning flavours. Quite frankly, what more could you want?"

Whoops I did it again – Big Mamma’s latest opening, Jacuzzi, brings its famed glitz, glamour and gorgeous food to Kensington High Street

The food at Jacuzzi is stunning but make no mistake, the experience of dining in a remarkable environment with such attentive and knowledgeable service is what makes the whole thing so special.

Review: Eastgate Brasserie — A hotel restaurant finding itself

The seabass was my standout from the evening. Served on a bed of lentils and chorizo, the flavour combinations are ideal and executed to perfection.

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