Food & Dining

  • M Will Leave You Shaken But Not Stirred (Restaurant)
    Posted in: Food & Dining, Reviews

    Described on Bookatable as a ‘James Bond-style restaurant’, one can only guess they are referring to its air of sophistication and cool because there’s not any Bond memorabilia in sight and the waitresses don’t look anything like Bond girls. This award-winning restaurant run by Gordon Ramsay protégé Michael Reid is too classy for that. And […]

  • Purrfect Tea
    Posted in: Features, Food & Dining

    The first Cat café originated somewhere in Asia. The western world was quick to catch up. While there are a handful of cat cafes and some more mushrooming in the UK, Lady Dinah’s Cat Emporium is the first of its kind in London. Opened in 2014 amidst much curiosity and hype, like all other cafes […]

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    London Vegan Beer Fest 2017
    Posted in: Food & Dining, Highlights

    The 5th Annual London Vegan Beer Fest takes place at Hackney Downs Studio on July 15th and promises to be one of the biggest such events ever to hit the east of the city. Head in the direction of the Hackney Downs Vegan Market for three sectioned areas offering a variety of beers and ciders […]

  • Belgo Central (Restaurant)
    Posted in: Food & Dining, Reviews

    SITUATED five minutes from Covent Garden Station and almost next door to The Donmar Warehouse Theatre, this Belgian restaurant certainly can’t have any passing custom issues. They’ve certainly put the capital L into Location! Location! Location! but is the food classy enough to share the big stage with Theatreland and attract tourists and foodies alike? […]

  • Food Truck Festival: Westfields Stratford
    Posted in: Food & Dining, Highlights

    THE FIRST EVER London Evening Standard Food Month promises to be a celebration of culinary delights throughout the capital and from June 22-25 a Food Truck Festival will visit Stratford Westfields. Look out for the cooking and cocktail masterclasses also Mexican street food from Hola Guacomole comes well recommended. Their spicy quesadilla’s are tortilla wraps […]

  • Waterside Cafe, Little Venice (Cafe)
    Posted in: Food & Dining, Places, Reviews

    LITTLE VENICE is a pretty suitable description for this tranquil canal area which is in everyone’s list of the capital’s most romantic and picturesque places to visit. We can thank 19th-century poet Robert Browning for naming it after Italy’s more famous waterway. But there are no gondolas here though, although, swans, ducks, canoeists, and day-trippers […]

  • Boisdale of Mayfair (Restaurant)
    Posted in: Food & Dining, Reviews

    It’s the Boisdale connection with jazz music which has proved such an irresistible pull for admirers of the cool bluesy vibe as you tuck into their traditional British meals or kick back against the Whisky Bar or Cigar Terrace. This reputation is elevated by having Jools Holland as their Patron of Music – but that’s […]

  • On The Bab (Restaurant)
    Posted in: Food & Dining, Reviews

    Clubbers and bar types who love the hip Shoreditch scene will inevitably have noticed an establishment on Old Street which has constant queues jamming up the pavement. Must be some really happening celebrity DJ, right? Or perhaps some extended happy hour serving amazing cocktails and free shots? No, it’s actually a restaurant. The On The […]

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