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Team Dinner @AntidoteWineBar tonight. Dreaming of the bread already. What else must we have on the menu?
Shey-boo is poo poo, says @gracedent in this terrific review of The Havelock Tavern: http://t.co/koggJ0wLHH
@Fay_Maschler @jayrayner1 @HardensBites 'The caramelised onions gave the thin crispy pizza a sweet taste and it was *absolutely delicious*'
Five New Spring Restaurant Openings: http://t.co/LLfkRtD1k9 (@barnyardlondon @AntidoteWineBar @BigEasyLondon @shoryuramen @Camberwellarms)
In case you missed it, here's our Feb newsletter with details of the hottest new openings in London: http://t.co/4Ca0kuXS7D