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Australasia, Manchester
Australasia, Manchester
 

Australasia can be found within Spinningfields in Manchester. The restaurant itself is in fact underground, so you would be forgiven for walking past it. Upon entering, you will find the glass-housed staircase that takes...

 
Chotto Matte, London
Chotto Matte, London
 

Chotto Matte is a located in the heart of Londonís lively Soho area. The location is absolutely superb, it captures the essence of Soho perfectly. We visited Chotto Matte during their opening period and had a wonderful evening,...

 
Toko, Sydney
Toko, Sydney
 

Tokyo is located in Surrey Hills, Sydney. Looking rather inviting from the street we were excited to enter and experience what they have to offer. It's a large restaurant with a large central communal table, an interesting...

 
Tokonoma, Sydney
Tokonoma, Sydney
 

Tokonoma can be found in the heart Sydney's financial district. Created by the founders of Toko, Tokonoma is a spacious and nicely designed restaurant with warm and welcoming service. The food at Tokonoma can only be described...

 
Tetsuya's Restaurant, Sydney
Tetsuya's Restaurant, Sydney
 

Tetsuya's is a fine dining restaurant in central Sydney. The tables overlook a small floodlit Japanese garden, and you feel as though you are dining in a secluded oasis. You can easily forget for a moment that you are in...

 
Benihana Piccadilly, London
Benihana Piccadilly, London
 

Benihana, Piccadilly, is a pretty special restaurant. In fact, unknowingly, during our visit we were about to experience something very different. You see, the thing about Benihana, Piccadilly, is that itís a Japanese...

 
ekki, Tokyo
ekki, Tokyo
 

The Four Seasons hotel in Tokyo benefits from a central location and intimate setting nestled within the Pacific Century Place building. The hotel is also lucky enough to hold the renowned Ekki restaurant; famous for its...

 
Inamo Soho, London
Inamo Soho, London
 

The Inamo in Soho is a fusion restaurant with a definite technological bent, who has a big brother on Regent Street. This venue is smaller, and less open plan that the St James one, but still offers great food and interesting...

 
 
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Seven Sins
Seven Sins
We put the spotlight on the industry's most recognisable faces in our new interview segment "Seven Sins". If you want to know what inspires the industry's movers and shakers or what your favourite food loving celebrity likes to indulge in then you'll find it in their Seven Sins.
 
Josh Eggleton
Chef Proprietor, The Pony & Trap
Josh Eggleton Seven Sins
Josh is the chef patron of The Pony & Trap, now recognized as one of the...
Josh Eggleton
 
Richard E. Grant
Actor, Director & Perfumer
Richard E. Grant Seven Sins
Born and raised in Swaziland, Richard E. Grant studied drama at Cape Town...
Richard E. Grant
 
Dominic Robinson
Chef Proprietor, The Blackbird
Dominic Robinson Seven Sins
Dominic is a passionate, dedicated and driven chef and regards cooking,...
Dominic Robinson
 
James Hill
Managing Director, Hampton Manor
James Hill Seven Sins
Born onto a bar stool at my folks 400 year old country pub. Lived on site...
James Hill
 
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