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Taste of London Winter: the capital’s food festival is back with festive treats

Taste of London Winter: the capital’s food festival is back with festive treats

Can you hear it? The faint ringing of sleigh bells, the soon-to-be-regretted booking of office parties and the smug chatter of those who have already secured their gifts, hampers, cards, wreaths and kitchen sinks months ahead of schedule. [read more]

Alexis Gabriel inspires with Le Parfait preserves masterclass at Made in Hackney

Alexis Gabriel inspires with Le Parfait preserves masterclass at Made in Hackney

Hidden beneath a health food shop, Made in Hackney has been helping to bring the joy of cooking to local residents since 2011. This clever little community kitchen makes the most of limited space to create a cosy hideaway that’s ideal [read more]

Canvas in Chelsea | Restaurant review

Canvas in Chelsea
RESTAURANT REVIEW

Drawing heavy inspiration from molecular gastronomy and nouvelle cuisine, Canvas attempts to amuse, challenge and delight diners in equal measure through its unique serving style. Simply choose the courses that look interesting and [read more]

Trade in Commercial Street | Restaurant review

Trade in Commercial Street
RESTAURANT REVIEW

Tucked away in a hustling and bustling east London street is the strikingly rustic, yet also modern, coffee and sandwich shop: Trade. Eager not to rest on its laurels as simply a one-stop-shop for a quick hot beverage or snack, the eatery [read more]

Christ on a Bike Hot Chicken at Joe’s Southern Kitchen | Restaurant review

Christ on a Bike Hot Chicken at Joe’s Southern Kitchen
RESTAURANT REVIEW

Whether it’s a craving for pressure-fried finger-lickin’ chicken, or beef short rib “worthy of your Louisiana Momma”, Londoners now need look no further than the bustling Covent Garden for a taste of the delicious Deep [read more]

Beaufort Bar at The Savoy launches pop-up cocktail menu for November

Beaufort Bar at The Savoy launches pop-up cocktail menu for November

As dark as a banker’s soul, and equally fixated with gold, there are precious few spaces in the capital that can rival the brooding atmosphere of The Savoy’s Beaufort Bar. It’s so unrelentingly grand, so overbearingly elegant, that [read more]

New Essential Guide to Italian Wines launches 2015 edition

New Essential Guide to Italian Wines launches 2015 edition

Umbria, Toscany, Piedmont, Lombardi: names rich with history and tradition, the birthplaces of many a culinary love affair. Italy’s magnificent reputation for wine is one that is both nuanced and well-deserved, representing one of the [read more]

London Restaurant Festival 2014: Chinatown Tour

London Restaurant Festival 2014: Chinatown Tour

The Chinatown tour, held by the London Restaurant Festival, aims to open people’s eyes to the rich and varied cuisine that can be found in the area – it’s not all Peking duck and all-you-can-eat buffets. The restaurants were chosen [read more]

White Night at Skylon | Restaurant review

White Night at Skylon
RESTAURANT REVIEW

Robust, complex and surprisingly versatile, the Bordeaux red is one of the culinary industry’s most revered icons. Served everywhere, from the humble bistros of France to the upper echelons of the world’s most acclaimed restaurants, [read more]

The Michelin Guide 2015: an exceptional flurry of single stars marred by stagnation higher up the ladder

The Michelin Guide 2015: an exceptional flurry of single stars marred by stagnation higher up the ladder

The prestigious Michelin Guide today announced that 14 new restaurants in the UK had been awarded its much coveted star. What the guide gave with one hand however it took with the other, stripping an equal number of stars including those [read more]

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