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The Abinger Cookery School Review

I’ve always thought of myself as quite the food connoisseur, quietly judging friends meals and casting a scrutinising eye over food brought to me at restaurants, so when the opportunity to attend a cooking course came up, I thought yes, my time to shine is here! I will create exquisite...

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Hide & Seed

Hide & Seed is a new restaurant and bar launching today in Putney within the boutique Lodge Hotel on the Upper Richmond Road.Food will centre on flavoursome game, fresh fish, and vegetables grown on the hotel’s own farm and the menu promises to revive forgotten or overlooked...

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Vintage Mother’s Day at Reform Social and Grill

For a truly vintage experience this Mother’s Day pop over to the Reform Social and Grill for some authentic 1940s and 50s dining.With their afternoon tea being sourced wholly from cookbooks of the era, expect traditional classics such as lemon pound cake, jam roly poly and individual...

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Pantry at 108

Next month sees the launch of Pantry at 108 within The Marylebone Hotel promising a range of light and healthy dishes. The new restaurant marks the first stage of a complete refurbishment of the hotel’s dining spaces.Taking inspiration from the Edwardian hotel, the light-filled interiors...

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Secret Dinner: PRiMAVERA

So if we told you to buy tickets for dinner, but we couldn’t tell you what was on the menu or where it was, other than there were 6 courses and 6 wines, would you buy them? Yes you would, and why? Because it comes courtesy of Culinary Mischief by il Tocco Food; set up by Italian chef...

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Ping Pong Westfields: Review

Monday night – I battled my way through the commuters at Waterloo, dodged travellers on the escalators on the Jubilee line and managed to escape the clutches of the sales people in Westfields, Stratford – you know the sort, the ones who tell you that ‘you really do need this...

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Ping Pong Westfields: Review

Monday night – I battled my way through the commuters at Waterloo, dodged travellers on the escalators on the Jubilee line and managed to escape the clutches of the sales people in Westfields, Stratford – you know the sort, the ones who tell you that ‘you really do need this...

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Cheese and Wine at The InterContinental

Is there any greater pleasure than wine and cheese?We don’t think so. So if you’re a bit of an aficionado grab your likeminded friends (we are sure you’ll find many willing participants) and head over to InterContinental London Park Lane for the new Italian cheese...

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Steak Escargot at Cheyne Walk Brasserie

Cheyne Walk Brasserie on Chelsea Embankment have recently launched their new spring menu,  a new season calls for a new menu of course, with the addition of a very special steak, forget your normal sauces, béarnaise, peppercorn and red wine,  this is all about steak escargot...

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One Kensington Opens

One Kensington opened yesterday at number one Kensington High Street within a Grade II listed, late Gothic revival Victorian building constructed in 1885 for the London and County Bank. The menu is designed to suit an international palate and dishes have been created by executive chef...

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