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About tomsdiningdigest

Take a pinch of salt, 23 pairs of chromosones and an egg and beat until thoroughly mixed. Pour into a baking tray and cook at 37 degrees C for 9 months. Take the tray out of the oven and allow to mature for a couple of decades, mix with an appetite, good taste and a sense of adventure et voilà! You have a food and drink blog.

Aubaine: Not your average chain…

Easy and predictable, there is a lot to be said for the chain restaurant, however we tend to avoid them in the big city – there are just too many independent places offering great food and drink. Today though, having … Continue reading

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Big Beef in Hawksmoor…

Trudging up the stairs from Air Street, feeling a little delicate (as might be considered traditional on a Sunday), calls to mind the proverb “you cannot take hawks without climbing cliffs”. Happily this hawk is unlikely to fly away, as … Continue reading

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More please, Moro…

Midweek jaunts to town are a fairly rare treat, especially when most people are slaving away at work, and so in my book at least they should be enjoyed. Having managed to coax GG out of the office for the … Continue reading

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Forget Aladdin, Momo’s cave is the place to go…

So ever since chilling with Beirut’s coolest cats in the trendy Momo at the Souks last year, I’ve been looking forward to indulging myself at the London outpost of this classy little empire, and at first glance it appeared that … Continue reading

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A roaringly successful Somerset pub…

Long days at work and mild sporting endeavours tend to leave many of us with what feels like a gaping chasm in our stomach, and certainly for me, the culinary “delights” offered by our on-site chefs don’t always fit the … Continue reading

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