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Silk and Grain in Cornhill | Restaurant review

Silk and Grain in Cornhill
RESTAURANT REVIEW

33 Cornhill has undergone something of a transformation. Nestled amongst high-end fashion retailers and giants of the financial world, it’s a location that’s demands excellence. The last occupant was The Door, a dark oyster bar and [read more]

The renaissance of Lambrusco

The renaissance of Lambrusco

Lambrusco has never been a byword for sophisticated luxury – until now. It fell flat in the 70s and has spent the last 40 years self-consciously residing on the lowest shelves of budget supermarkets. No longer: Lambrusco is making a [read more]

Zen Sai in Camden | Bar review

Zen Sai in Camden
BAR REVIEW

Located in the heart of the achingly cool Camden, Zen Sai cuts an impressively sleek figure. The Oriental art on the walls mingles with solid wood furnishings and a bar so dark that even the glorious summer sunshine couldn’t pierce [read more]

Original recipe of the week: Cauliflower Tortilla Wraps

Original recipe of the week: Cauliflower Tortilla Wraps

Cauliflower is massive at the moment in the food scene. From pizza bases to mash, it’s perfect for the summer when all you really want is something quick and easy. These tortilla wraps will keep for a week if kept in a air-tight bag, [read more]

The Four Quarters launches in Peckham

The Four Quarters launches in Peckham

“A great bar first, a great arcade second”: that was the message we were greeted with as we entered The Four Quarters, a new games bar launching in Peckham. As mission statements go it’s an interesting one, but in all honesty it’s [read more]

Restaurant TED launches in King’s Cross

Restaurant TED launches in King’s Cross

TED (Think, Eat, Drink) is, in its own words, a restaurant that offers “outstanding ethically sourced British produce in a stunning yet environmentally conscious setting.” That’s a description that intrigues us. There are generally [read more]

Merchants Tavern in Shoreditch | Restaurant review

Merchants Tavern in Shoreditch
RESTAURANT REVIEW

If Shoreditch has become a foodie hub it’s also thanks to Angela Hartnett’s Merchants Tavern. Right on the other side of The City border set by Commercial Street, East London’s most popular destination offers room for less polished [read more]

Original recipe of the week: Overnight Sesame Quinoa

Original recipe of the week: Overnight Sesame Quinoa

We’re sure you’ve heard of the craze “overnight oats”. We’ve decided to step it up a notch and make the fad even healthier (and yummier!). A dairy-free alternative to almond milk oats, the sesame seeds deliver a [read more]

Ruinart Rosé Salon 1764 at The Goring Hotel: the must-visit pop-up bar for champagne lovers

Ruinart Rosé Salon 1764 at The Goring Hotel: the must-visit pop-up bar for champagne lovers

Step back in time to 1764, when Ruinart created the first rosé champagne. Come and experience Ruinart rosé as people would have done in the 18th century at the Ruinart Rosé 1764 Salon in the enchanting garden of The Goring Hotel. A [read more]

Taste of London 2014: the capital’s food festival is back in Regent’s Park

Taste of London 2014: the capital’s food festival is back in Regent’s Park

Quality, it seems, is king at Taste of London. Considered by many to be one of the premier outdoor events in the capital’s culinary calendar, it leaves no stone unturned in the quest for perfection. Take the location for example: [read more]

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