Burger and Lobster generated a storm when it first opened in London with its simple menu, steal of a lobster and no booking policy. A few years down the line and over half a dozen branches later Burger and Lobster is still going strong and has become the go to place for a cut price lobster, this […]
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For some reason I’ve never been to Pitt Cue Co. despite it having been on my bucket list since it opened a few years ago after a successful stint as a food truck. Buoyed by my coming trip, now current trip, to the US I thought it’d be a good time to compare the best […]
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I was here for a belated birthday treat because it has one of the best value three course set dinners on offer in London, however seeing as this was suppose to be a birthday treat for the Panda I went a little “gourmet” and opted for the Piggie Burger instead, yes that’s considered gourmet for […]
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If you didn’t know already I’ve been travelling around the US this week and will be making my way across New York, Boston, Toronto and Chicago. Be sure to follow my twitter @pandaeatslondon to get the latest news of what I’ve been up to!
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Last week I got myself a spot at Vico’s preview event. I say spot because Vico disapproves of the comforts of a traditional seat. Vico’s concept is casual Italian street food so seating is sparse and tables designed to be perched on. Food is priced by weight so after ogling intently at the counter at […]
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