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Week in Reviews: London Edition

hutong-restaurant-dining--008.jpgObserver critic Jay Rayner reviews Hutong inside the Shard in London, one of the most hated buildings ever. The view from the bathroom is nice ("I don't think I've ever urinated to a better vista") but it is expensive. Quote: "The prices are unconscionable. They are ludicrous, a poke in the eye from a chopstick dipped in salty Korean chilli sauce." While the food is "generally very good," Rayner takes issue with the "comfortably numb" cocktail: "it looked like norovirus in a glass and tasted like it was made by someone who hates me." [Observer]

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