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Original recipe of the week: Green Tea and Ginger Crumble with Dark chocolate centre

Original recipe of the week: Green Tea and Ginger Crumble with Dark chocolate centre

Green tea has become more popular than ever over the last year. It’s full of antioxidants and weight loss properties, but this isn’t the only reason for its popularity – it’s utterly delicious too, great hot or [read more]

Original recipe of the week: Toffee Fudge

Original recipe of the week: Toffee Fudge

We’re feeling quintessentially British this week with our good old British fudge recipe. Although its not exactly low in fat it’s an indulgence that is a must, especially at this time of year when summer is wavering and moods are [read more]

Original Recipe of the week: Pumpkin and Orange Cake

Original Recipe of the week: Pumpkin and Orange Cake

Vegetables are really popular at the moment in every shape and size, from smoothies to hot drinks and even cakes! Veg can really bring something extra special to your cakes that isn’t just about the vitamin content; the water in the [read more]

Le Restaurant de Paul | Restaurant review

Le Restaurant de Paul
RESTAURANT REVIEW

We really should open this review with a bit of context: a quick mention of Paul, and the plethora of little delights offered by its bakeries across the capital come to mind. Something about them being the face of French baking in London, [read more]

Original recipe of the week: Chocolate and Apple Crumble Cake

Original recipe of the week: Chocolate and Apple Crumble Cake

What’s better than a piping-hot apple crumble with thick eggy custard? Nothing of course… except maybe for the addition of some chocolate! This recipe is a bit of a classic British meets classic American mash-up; the British vibe [read more]

Searcys restaurant opens the doors to London’s most exclusive view for six weeks

Searcys restaurant opens the doors to London’s most exclusive view for six weeks

Right at the top of Norman Foster’s most iconic building, the Gherkin, Searcys is one of London’s most exclusive restaurants. Its spectacular 360-degree view under the glass dome is open to the public for the first time to [read more]

La Tagliata restaurant opens in London with single-dish formula

La Tagliata restaurant opens in London with single-dish formula

Yes, it sounds hard to believe but La Tagliata is a newly opened Italian restaurant in London that offers a single choice for each course in its menu. Ok, it’s not entirely true but it’s very close to that. Set in a lovely [read more]

Original clandestine event with guest Kamil Foltan at The Red Bar

Original clandestine event with guest Kamil Foltan at The Red Bar

Ladislav Piljar, manager of The Red Bar (occupying the third floor of Mayfair’s Bam-Bou eatery), is skilled in the blending of both drinks and ideas. He hosts regular Monday night Clandestine events in which a guest mixologist is [read more]

Paramount launches High Spirits afternoon tea | Review

Paramount launches High Spirits afternoon tea
REVIEW

Quality should always be the main aim for a restaurateur, sourcing the best products at the cost you want to offer them. Ideas comes next on the list: it’s fundamental to come up with something different, credible and entertaining. [read more]

Original recipe of the week: Peanut Butter Breakfast

Original recipe of the week: Peanut Butter Breakfast

It’s so easy to skip breakfast when you’re busy. Many of us think that it’s healthy to skip breakfast but several studies prove that it’s even worse for you if you do. Breakfast is the most important meal of the [read more]

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