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Bunnychow in Soho | Restaurant review

Bunnychow in Soho
RESTAURANT REVIEW

After starting life as a pop-up, Bunnychow has had a heavy South African revamp and now fits seamlessly into the abundance of eateries in Soho. If you had no idea that a bunny was a traditional South African curry in a hollowed-out bread [read more]

El Patron in Putney launches with Mexican-inspired cocktails

El Patron in Putney launches with Mexican-inspired cocktails

In keeping with the tradition of a bar launch, El Patron’s bar staff are both beautiful and speedy. Most people expect to queue at a bar making cocktails this good, but these expert mixologists keep the crowd moving at an impressive [read more]

Street food: the exponential growth of London’s scene

Street food: the exponential growth of London’s scene

The street-food scene in London has expanded in an exponential way to facilitate access to a wealth of varied culinary delights.  With the emergence of the Street Food Awards in 2009, food traders have every reason to turn up the volume [read more]

108 Brasserie in Marylebone | Restaurant review

108 Brasserie in Marylebone
RESTAURANT REVIEW

In the chill wind of December, with your head down and scarf pulled up to your eyes, it would be easy to miss 108 Brasserie. What a travesty that would be. Stepping into the restaurant bestowed the festive element of Christmas: [read more]

Indulgent lunches in London for Christmas 2014

Indulgent lunches in London for Christmas 2014

It’s almost here: what everyone’s been talking about, preparing for, the climax to weeks of festive build-up. That’s right, Christmas Day is fast approaching and thoughts now turn to the ultimate celebration – that scrumptious [read more]

New Year’s Eve in London: Our pick of the best menus

New Year’s Eve in London: Our pick of the best menus

New Year’s Eve: the mere thought of it can send us into an uncontrollable tizzy. Love it or loathe it, there’s just no avoiding it, and here we are again pondering whether to brave the crowds or stay in by the fire. If you do decide to [read more]

Sixtyone in Marylebone | Restaurant review

Sixtyone in Marylebone
RESTAURANT REVIEW

Set in lovely south Marylebone, a short walk from Marble Arch, Sixtyone is the place to go to celebrate a special occasion, or simply eat good food. It ticks all the boxes a chic restaurant should nowadays: elegant ambiance, contemporary [read more]

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]

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