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World’s 50 Best Restaurants 2014 preview

World’s 50 Best Restaurants 2014 preview

As it enters its 12th year, The World’s 50 Best Restaurants 2014, sponsored by San Pellegrino & Acqua Panna, will be returning to London’s historic Guildhall for a prestigious ceremony on Monday 28th April. Organised [read more]

Pantry at 108 | Restaurant review

Pantry at 108
RESTAURANT REVIEW

After a refurbishment, the newly created Pantry at 108 Marylebone Lane – just minutes away from Marylebone Village at the back of the Marylebone Hotel – claims to serve the best afternoon tea in London. With the likes of Bea’s of [read more]

Original recipe of the week: Triple Chocolate Cookies

Original recipe of the week: Triple Chocolate Cookies

The Easter weekend is the perfect opportunity to get busy in the kitchen. Make sure you knock up these super easy cookies that will no doubt please your hungry guests. The combination of milk, white and dark chocolate chips against the [read more]

Made in the Shade | Restaurant review

Made in the Shade
RESTAURANT REVIEW

The East End of London has always been a colourful and quirky part of the city, steeped in history and forming an integral part of London culture. Being a melting pot of cultures and religions, the diversity of the East End has led to the [read more]

A Noodle Nation

A Noodle Nation

It hasn’t been that long since the Asian trend’s arrival on London’s food scene. Any restaurant worth it’s salt had something fried in tempura batter, drizzled with yuzu and garnished with daikon and it remains a popular food [read more]

Original recipe of the week: Caramelised Coco Nibs

Original recipe of the week: Caramelised Coco Nibs

Easter, unfortunately is all about chocolate nowadays – it shouldn’t really be, but we might as well embrace it. The supermarkets are littered with hundred of Easter eggs, packed high with added sugar and all sorts of additives [read more]

The Detox Kitchen | Soho launch evening

The Detox Kitchen | Soho launch evening

How many times do you arrive home, tired, stressed and hungry but don’t what know what you want to eat? Pizza and fast foods are unhealthy, but you have no intention of cooking. You want something fresh, healthy but at the same time [read more]

London Coffee Festival returns to the Old Truman Brewery

London Coffee Festival returns to the Old Truman Brewery

Coffee lovers of the world rejoice; it’s that time of year again! No, it’s not Christmas. Yes, Easter is drawing near. But unless you’re observing Lent and made a vow not to drink coffee until your fast is over, it’s time for your [read more]

Tried & Tasted: Zamorana coffee by Pact, part 2

Tried & Tasted: Zamorana coffee by Pact, part 2

Zamorana coffee by Pact London-based Pact source single-origin coffee beans directly from small farmers across the world before roasting in small batches in London. Shipping coffee up to 7 days after roasting means that Pact coffees stay [read more]

Boopshi’s Schnitzel and Spritz | Restaurant review

Boopshi’s Schnitzel and Spritz
RESTAURANT REVIEW

No matter how old you are, us Brits love to bawl with laughter at a good old-fashioned sausage joke. As I’m sat in Boopshi’s on Windmill Street, I wonder if the Austrians have a similar affinity with wiener jokes, or do they think [read more]

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