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Edendum: ‘Simple and considerate’ – restaurant review

Edendum

Pizza Gennaro and salad

On a surprisingly quiet Friday evening in Brighton last week, while desperately avoiding restaurants we’d already been to, my Mum and I came across this unassuming Italian café-restaurant-cum-food shop. It wasn’t our first choice on the street, but rather our realistic choice since our first choice was the vegetarian restaurant Terre À Terre, which from one past experience we already knew would tell us they were fully booked even as we looked at a restaurant with the majority of its tables empty.

But for its visible popularity with early-evening diners like ourselves and its Latin name, we would have easily passed Edendum by.

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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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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