Mac’n’cheese – that humble dish you associate with being a child, probably eaten on a Friday night, perhaps followed by Angel Delight and Top of the Pops. Now, thanks to a food revolution, you’ll find it topped with pulled pork and fried then grilled between slices of bread. Whether you’re eating it straight from a street stall or sitting down to a bowl of lobster mac’n’cheese, it’s one dish that we’ll always make room for. Here are 8 of the best:
Afternoon tea is a truly marvellous, quintessentially British experience that we can’t get enough of, which is why any excuse for a scone and cuppa is most welcome. Yet it goes without saying that the old, much-adored tradition sometimes needs a little tinker with and a sprucing up to make that classic egg and cress sarnie a little more desirable. Sprinkling magic onto their afternoon tea’s are a number of intrepid restaurants and hotels, creating wonders out of classics including a London Landmarks tea, a teddy bear picnic offering for the kids and a tea which comes equipped with coveted city […]
Opening a new restaurant is stressful enough, opening a restaurant in an iconic building, well that adds a whole new level of pressure. There’s more hype, namely will the restaurant do justice to the building? Or have they left the building to do the talking with the restaurant being more of an afterthought to the architecture or the views? So, when caterers, rhubarb, announced they would be opening their next restaurant, VIVI, in Centre Point, it was received with anticipation. They’d be up against the likes of Aqua Shard, SUSHISAMBA and even one of their own, Sky Garden. Except they’re […]
There’s no doubt about it, a cup of tea really does make everything better. It sits on our work desks pushing us through e-mails, lands in the hands of strangers as we meet for the first time, perches on the lips of friends as we catch up, goes hand-in-hand with our morning cereal bowls and rests on our bed side table with a good book. If you think tea is simply tea-rrific then you may have caught wind of Mariage Frères’ opening; France’s oldest tea house and tea house, sitting snug inside a five-storey Georgian townhouse on King Street. The incredible spot brings tea savoir-faire […]
Quite possibly the dream of any little girl, boy or seasoned Comi Con attender, this comic book restaurant is set to splash colour over our lives and we can’t get enough. Alas, before excitement reaches a height of no return you’ll need to know that there’s a chance plans will fall through; planning documents need to be approved first and once they are it’s full steam ahead superhero style! Set inside MASH Steakhouse on Brewer Street, the restaurant will reportedly be an immersive, comic book spot with trace of ALL your super hero favourites, from Spawn to Superman. The restaurant would […]
Whilst some people can sit there and easily hack a Carolina Reaper or Trinidad Moruga Scorpion, others just sense chilli in a building and vacate immediately. It’s certainly an acquired taste, and a hot one at that but there’s no denying it really spices up dishes – quite...
Back in 2013, three London friends, Tom Stancliffe, Rob Martineau and Guy Hacking, ran 1,000 miles across Eastern Europe to raise awareness of human trafficking, joined by 250+ runners on the way – Forrest Gump style! Off the back of this, TRIBE was founded. Frustrated with processed sports snacks, they now make performance nutrition from natural ingredients, to give athletes the fuel they need. They’ve built a strong community of runners, who you’re likely to see pounding the streets of London. We caught up with the guys to find their favourite post-run lunch spots around London, from the heart of East London […]
1999 the year of Pokémon, Brooklyn Beckham, the Millennium Bug, the best Jaffa Cake (nay biscuit) advert ever and Richard Curtis gave the world Notting Hill. Making Notting Hill a pilgrimage for Hugh Grant fans wasn’t the only thing going on in London, nor was the revealing of the London Eye. It was also the year that London had its first taste of Chino Latino cuisine as Asia de Cuba in St Martins Lane opened. Twenty years on and Chino Latino cuisine is thriving in London, despite the Evening Standard’s star critic questioning the reasons why anyone would mix eastern […]
Whilst we’d like to think we could easily demolish a full pizza each time, often it’s just not the case due to piggish appetites leading to already full tums. Which is why the slice is a groovy alternative that you can grab and go. Here are some of the pizza by the slice spots you...
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