In terms of dining options, the stretch of Clapham High Street heading north from Clapham Common tube has something for everyone – from Brazilian to Indian, Italian to Thai, a vast array of global cuisine […]
Combining eating healthily with eating out can often prove pretty tricky, with the one “light option” on an otherwise decadent menu sounding about as appealing as a cardboard salad, so it’s always refreshing to find […]
Villiers Street, a narrow pedestrianized alley running from Embankment tube to Charing Cross station, is lined with little independent eateries. One of Forks-Up’s firm favourites for a quick bite is the quirkily named Wurst specialist, […]
Never judge a book by its cover. That must be one of the most commonly used phrases in the English language and helpfully provides the theme for this restaurant review of a small Japanese establishment […]
Type “cheap French restaurant Angel” into Google and Le Mercury tops the results. Even amongst the myriad restaurants of bustling Upper Street, it is something of an institution – so much so that about a […]
How do Forks-Up determine a restaurant’s “Forks-Up” Rating?
We’ll rate the restaurants we review, taking into account everything from ambience to flavour, from service to the wine list, from variety to value for money. We’ll score each restaurant by putting our “Forks-Up” for them: one Fork-Up is pretty unimpressive; five Forks-Up is downright brilliant.
– One Forks-Up, Un-impressive
– Two Forks-Up, Not a recommended restaurant.
– Three Forks-Up, Decent value for money, however there’s room for improvement.
– Four Forks-Up, A very good restaurant and one that Forks-Up.com would recommend you try out some time.
– Five Forks-Up, It doesn’t have to have a Michelin Star to get Five Forks-Up, but we’d strongly advise Michelin to come visit them! They’ve got everything from ambience and great food to perfect service.
We also assign Half Forks-Up where we can’t decide exactly where the reviewed restaurant ranks.