Restaurants

Scandinavian Kitchen: restaurant review

Scandinavian Kitchen: restaurant review

When Jonas Aurell and his wife came to London, they realised that you could only really get three kinds of sandwiches for lunch – wraps, ciabattas and the good, old triangles. They decided to do something about that, and opened the Scandinavian Kitchen.

From Bukhara to Dollis Hill: London’s first Uzbek restaurant opens

From Bukhara to Dollis Hill: London’s first Uzbek restaurant opens

The First Pint’s Rachel Millard meets the owner of a new Uzbek restaurant, recently opened in north-west London

Diwana, restaurant review: finding real Indian food

Diwana, restaurant review: finding real Indian food

The First Pint is on a mission to find all the ‘real’ international experiences in London. The things we miss. The things that are just like at home. The things you thought you couldn’t get here. The first installment of our series takes on Indian food at the Diwana Bhel Poori in Euston.

The Indian YMCA buffet: Prices to dhal for

The Indian YMCA buffet: Prices to dhal for

Like Indian food? Don’t like those prices? Then step down to Central London and discover the Indian YMCA. Food for students and natives, that will make your mouth water. Stop paying tourist prices and discover the Indian goodness!

Franco Manca, Brixton Village, review: sourdough pizzas come to Brixton

Franco Manca, Brixton Village, review: sourdough pizzas come to Brixton

Here at TFP, we love all things Italian…and because we live in the fabulous city that we do, there is no need to cross the channel to savour the very best of authentic European food.

Gordon’s Wine Bar, review: home to Dickensian charm

Gordon’s Wine Bar, review: home to Dickensian charm

The Brits may not be famous wine quaffers but their continental habits are well-established in certain circles. The First Pint sent Christopher Creegan to let us in on the secret’s Gordon’s Wine Bar, London’s oldest spot for indulging in the fruit of the vine.

Kensington Roof Gardens: London’s green refuge

Kensington Roof Gardens: London’s green refuge

London is a bustling, grey city. However, great green spaces abound as the English love for nature can be found around the city. A secret roof top garden just off High Street Kensington is proof of this. Get to know the Kensington Roof Gardens and relax.