REVIEW: The Pagination of Canary Wharf – Drake & Morgan’s new exciting venture Feb23

REVIEW: The Pagination of Canary Wharf – Drake & Morgan’s new exciting venture

This slideshow requires JavaScript. Bringing a little millennial-cool to corporate Canary Wharf, The Pagination celebrates food and drink with Drake and Morgan’s signature stamp. A cool and contemporary aesthetic, it almost...

REVIEW: Thai Silk – Royal China Group’s new Thai restaurant in Southwark Feb23

REVIEW: Thai Silk – Royal China Group’s new Thai restaurant in Southwark

  Thai Silk in Southwark is the latest addition to the respected Royal China Group. It prides itself on offering the finest, authentic Thai cuisine and impeccable customer service. They even ship around 80% of the...

REVIEW: Honey Beers, wood-fired pizzas, bites and fresh flowers at Heist Bank Feb23

REVIEW: Honey Beers, wood-fired pizzas, bites and fresh flowers at Heist Bank

Pizza is probably the most enjoyable thing to eat in my opinion. Each bite provides an indulgently delicious cheesy tomatoey vehicle for an assortment of flavoured olive oils. Having been known to eat many a pizza per week...

M Victoria Street’s DoggyBrunch – Fine Dining for doggos (and you)! Feb23

M Victoria Street’s DoggyBrunch – Fine Dining for doggos (and you)!

Brits have long enjoyed the reputation of being a nation of animal lovers – pop into any fido-friendly pub in London and you’ll frequently see the capital’s pampered pooches sitting cheek-by-jowl with...

REVIEW: Gourmet small plates aplenty at Burdock – Montcalm Hotel Feb02

REVIEW: Gourmet small plates aplenty at Burdock – Montcalm Hotel

Who doesn’t love a spread of smaller dishes over one large one? Tapas, tasting menus, street food…it’s not been difficult to see a certain foodie-trend gradually taking shape over the last 5 years. So it...

Best Food & Wine Books Revealed at André Simon Awards Feb02

Best Food & Wine Books Revealed at André Simon Awards

There is something quite hypnotic about hearing a passionate food writer talk about food, and even more so when they are talking about other people talking and writing about food. The same goes with a oenophile praising the...

REVIEW: Galvin at The Athenaeum – Luxury British Dining in Piccadilly Feb02

REVIEW: Galvin at The Athenaeum – Luxury British Dining in Piccadilly

  The Athenaeum Hotel & Residences in Mayfair has just gone through a multimillion pound refurbishment.  It underwent an extensive rebrand and partnership with Michelin-starred chefs Chris and Jeff Galvin who have...

Bompass and Parr are back with a bang: an erotic climbing wall for Valentine’s Day Feb02

Bompass and Parr are back with a bang: an erotic climbing wall for Valentine’s Day

Outrageous experience designers Bompass & Parr return with a wacky new installation that offers a somewhat alternative take on a traditional Valentine’s Day date: an erotic climbing wall. Visitors to Grope...

Internet’s meaty ‘Salt Bae’ is opening a steak restaurant in London in a few months! Jan26

Internet’s meaty ‘Salt Bae’ is opening a steak restaurant in London in a few months!

Incoming London… Nusret Gökçe aka ‘Salt Bae‘ has unveiled plans to open a restaurant in both London and New York. The Turkish chef recently turned overnight Instagram superstar only a matter of weeks ago,...

Pip & Nut: a gourmet peanut butter and toast bar at Selfridges Jan25

Pip & Nut: a gourmet peanut butter and toast bar at Selfridges

  Veganuary participants and seasoned vegans alike should hotfoot it down to Selfridges Foodhall this month where nut butter entrepreneurs Pip and Nut are running a pop-up toast bar, featuring four deliciously creative...

REVIEW : Dawaat – authenic South Indian cuisine at the Strand Palace Hotel Jan25

REVIEW : Dawaat – authenic South Indian cuisine at the Strand Palace Hotel

    Hotel restaurants have a tendency to get overlooked in larger cities. The sad truth is many locals consider restaurants within hotels to be either full of loud tourists or simply lacking in vibe and with so...

REVIEW: Farmstand – sustainable, wholesome food in Covent Garden Jan25

REVIEW: Farmstand – sustainable, wholesome food in Covent Garden

Places to eat and drink in Covent Garden, London’s beloved Theatreland, have never exactly been thin on the ground – with long-standing titans of the restaurant world gracing its hallowed streets alongside a veritable...

REVIEW: Jackson + Rye’s latest outpost in Bank – American comfort food from the East Coast Jan14

REVIEW: Jackson + Rye’s latest outpost in Bank – American comfort food from the East Coast

  This slideshow requires JavaScript. Staying true to the most gluttonous times of year we visited the brand new site of Jackson and Rye in December. The shiny and new restaurant offers everything you could want from a...

The Bletchley – a cryptic world of coded cocktails. In a war room! Jan14

The Bletchley – a cryptic world of coded cocktails. In a war room!

  We’ve got a big secret. Actually we have lots of secrets, but we’re going to tell you this one because we trust you, but it’s VERY confidential, so be sure to keep it schtum. Lollipop, the...

Ralph’s Coffee and Bar: Ralph Lauren opens a restaurant & bar in Central London Jan14

Ralph’s Coffee and Bar: Ralph Lauren opens a restaurant & bar in Central London

    New to London’s Regent Street and landing just in the nick of time for London Fashion Week, Ralph’s Coffee and Bar, opened this week is global super brand Ralph Lauren‘s latest foray into the...

Dukes Dubai: 5 star British luxury Hotel lands in Dubai Jan14

Dukes Dubai: 5 star British luxury Hotel lands in Dubai

Dubai: with its luxury hotels, high-end shopping, fast cars, impeccable service, man-made islands, endless beaches with imported sand and year-round sunshine it has become a veritable Disneyland for adults – the attitude...