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B’n’T at Le Méridien Piccadilly

What?  The two most popular meals in London? Brunch and afternoon tea. What if you can’t choose between the two? Quite the conundrum. So, Le Méridien Piccadilly have decided to go where no afternoon tea or brunch has gone before and has bought the two together with their B’n’T – so it’s effectively, breakfast, lunch and afternoon tea in one. New? Yes, the afternoon tea only launched at the end of April. Where? The Terrace Grill and Bar at Le Méridien Piccadilly, 21 Piccadilly, Mayfair, W1J 0BH, www.terracegrillandbar.com On the Menu: The menu marries brunch foods with afternoon tea, which means […]

Restaurants, Pubs & Food

The Prettiest Restaurants to Visit in Spring

There’s just something about bringing the outside in that Londoners find particularly enchanting. We can’t decide whether it’s because you feel at one with nature without leaving the hub of the city or whether flowers inside just make things a whole lot prettier, but when said flowers come in the form of giant installations hanging from restaurant ceilings then we are all for it. Blossom is no longer reserved for the streets of Kensington, nor wisteria to desirable Victorian townhouses – now we can all get a fix of nature as we have our dinner. ROKA Charlotte Street, has once […]

What to do This Weekend

What To Do This Weekend: 5th – 7th May

OK so it may not be a 3-day weekend (sigh) but that doesn’t stop a number of new brunches, a cheese festival, rum celebration and Cinco De Mayo festivities. Let’s just say this weekend you won’t be going hungry…

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Bird of Smithfield Review: What We Thought

New? Bird of Smithfield opened just off the iconic Smithfield Market in early 2013. A five-storey Georgian townhouse with two bars, one classic dining room, a private dining room and a roof terrace with brilliant views over the market top. Where? 26 Smithfield Street, Farringdon, EC1A 9LB www.birdofsmithfield.com On the Menu: They call it a “fusion of British gastronomy with French cooking influences” and the kitchen is headed up by Tommy Boland, a chef who has worked with the likes of Philip Howard (The Square), Eric Chavot (Brasserie Chavot) and Eric Briffard (Culinary Arts Director at Le Cordon Blue). The À la carte menu […]

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Sisu
Restaurants, Pubs & Food

Oxford Street’s New Rooftop Bar: Sisu

How does a Negroni and Old Fashioned vending machine sound to you? It sounds like a marvellous idea to us. That’s what you’re going to get at Sisu, Oxford Street’s new rooftop bar. Last year it was Notch London, the year before Roofnic and now it’s set around the idea of a utilitarian nature reserve with hints of Scandinavia. Back to the drinks. You’ll be able to buy tokens to operate a coin-operated cocktail tap so you can dispense your own Negronis and Old Fashioneds. Or, if they aren’t for you, there’ll be Camden Town Brewery beers, Caple Rd cider and […]

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Arthur Hooper's
Openings & Launches

Arthur Hooper’s Restaurant Opens

Arthur Hooper was a fruit salesman who occupied 8 Stoney Street back in the days when Queen Victoria ruled. These days, he lends his name to a restaurant that will be taking over the historical site and serving up European small plates alongside a curated wine list. Designed by Chef Lale Oztek, the menu will include the likes of harissa butter beans with charred tenderstem, ricotta and nigella seeds; pork and fennel ragu fettuccine; mackerel, white beans, radish and brown shrimp; lamb and bulgur meatballs with tomato sauce and yoghurt and, for pudding, there’ll be a chocolate hazelnut pot and salted […]

Restaurants, Pubs & Food

Carnaby Street Eat Food Festival Returns

On Saturday 3rd June, Carnaby Street will be lined with picnic tables as it hosts Carnaby Street Eat – a one day food festival where you can feast on tasters from over 30 different global cuisines. Restaurants taking part include JinJuu, Cahoots, Wright Brothers Soho, The Detox Kitchen, Rosa’s Thai Café, Whyte + Brown, Le Bab, Pizza Pilgrims and Cinnamon Soho. It’ll be your first chance to try authentic Indian dishes from Darjeeling Express, ahead of them opening their first permanent restaurant in Kingly Court. There’ll also be live music and entertainment throughout the day. Entry is free and tasters […]

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Celebrities & Influencers

The Handbook Meets Raymond Blanc

This year, Raymond Blanc is celebrating the 21st anniversary of Brasserie Blanc so we caught up with the French chef to find out his kitchen secrets, which chefs we should be keeping an eye out for and the mantras he lives by. This year is the 21st anniversary of Brasserie Blanc, what do you think has been key to its success? I think it is fantastic how the Brasserie has evolved to stay relevant to the times both in terms of how they look and the menus have taken inspiration from the more global nature of our dining habits but stayed […]

Restaurants, Pubs & Food

London in Bloom: D&D London’s Blossom Takeover

London is in bloom. You only have to spend a few minutes scrolling down your Instagram feed to be bombarded with photos of wisteria-clad townhouses in Kensington, and blossom explosions in Chelsea. Blossom isn’t only being reserved for the great outdoors either, with popular destinations ROKA and Dalloway Terrace bringing the outside in, with pink floral installations this Spring. Top restaurant group, D&D London, are championing the flower once again, with the return of their #BlossomCity17 campaign which will see a whole host of flower-inspired installations, menus and events from Tuesday 2nd May until the end of June. Chelsea favourite, […]

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Pizza PilgrimsPizza Pilgrims
Openings & Launches

Pizza Pilgrims Open 1st Pizza Playground

There’s a new Pizza Pilgrims opening in West India Quay and it promises to be ‘you best night in, out’. It’s going to be the biggest Pizza Pilgrims yet, housed in a historic Grade I listed warehouse. First opened in 1802, the warehouse originally stored imported goods from the West Indies, but now will be decked out in the signature Pizza Pilgrims style with green and white checked tablecloths and pizza box art adorning the walls. There’s going to be 70 covers on the ground floor, a further 50 covers in the basement and bar and a 70-seater terrace on […]

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