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Ice Cream Checklist: Frozen treats that are just cool or send a chill down your spine

‘Tis the season for ice cream and other summer delights, and I hereby fondly remember the types of ice cream I’ve tried and note down here those yet to try. I also love trying different flavours; Gelato Gusto in Brighton alone has introduced me to black truffle and honey, pear and parmesan, brown bread, and buttermilk and seabuckthorn. I have also eaten hemp ice cream from Restaurant Klarisa in Dubrovnik. If you’ve eaten any of these frozen delights or can add to my wishlist, do leave a comment!

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The White Rabbit: ‘Tasty but unimaginative and disorganised’ – restaurant review

The White Rabbit pub

Margherita Pizza and Mad Hatter Calzone at a gourmet pizza pub

Last term I was recommended pizza from The White Rabbit pub by a friend. I had walked past it on many occasions, and observed its boast of serving “gourmet artisan pizza”, but not being a fan of pub grub, had passed the opportunities to eat there. But now here was a recommendation, and my interest was piqued. Continue reading

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Tincan: ‘Elevated the humble tin to à la carte status’ – restaurant review

Tincan

A pop-up tapas restaurant serving gourmet tinned seafood

The Tincan pop-up tapas restaurant in Soho is unmistakable from afar. Rows of colourful tins give a metallic glow from their mounts on the smooth black walls, attracting passers-by in from the dark night. The decor is minimalistic – as clean and stylish as the serving of the food itself. Continue reading

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Vapiano, London W1F: ‘Fun flavours were not enough to impress’ – restaurant review

Vapiano Wardour Street

A German-owned Italian fast casual restaurant chain

If you want to splash out on Italian for lunch in a bright, modern, and trendy place, then Vapiano is worth a try. As for returning, it depends whether fast-casual Italian restaurants that charge gourmet prices for pasta that comes out of a packet floats your boat. Continue reading