• There's A Beer For That 'Chocolate & Beer'

    Thursday March 5th, 2015

    There's A Beer For That has collaborated with beer sommelier and expert Annabel Smith to perfectly pair beers with chocolate, just in time for Easter! Whether you prefer rich dark chocolate, or a spicy chili chocolate we have it covered.

  • Cookery class at the Dysart

    Thursday March 5th, 2015

    After the success of the initial cookery demonstrations at The Dysart Petersham, the restaurant has announced the details of its next culinary adventure - on Tuesday 31 March, when its award-winning chef, Kenneth Culhane, will be preparing Monkfish Bourride.

  • We're in Cahoots

    Thursday March 5th, 2015

    War is over, if you want it. Nick goes underground to discover new 40s themed wine bar, Cahoots

  • All's bon with Bonapeti's healthy home delivery service

    Tuesday March 3rd, 2015

    Bonapeti promises to deliver fresh, delicious and undeniable healthy food straight to your door or office, we test it out to see if it can topple the sandwich for lunchtime top spot

  • Sager + Wilde and the Typing Room join forces for one night only.

    Monday March 2nd, 2015

    On Wednesday 18th March, Sager + Wilde and the Typing Room will join forces to host a collaborative wine dinner for one night only.

Restaurant Reviews

Tapas Revolution is perhaps a misleading name, although founder and head chef Omar Allibhoy does have a bit of the Che Guevera look about him; stick a beret on his head and a cigar in his lips and he’d look the business

Nick Harman


GUINNESS has collaborated with London’s Piebury Corner to create two mouth-watering pie recipes just in time for British Pie Week (2-8 March 2015). The partnership with Piebury Corner sees the use of the new Guinness porters as key ingredients in two delicious new pies – the ‘Dublin Porter Coddle Pie’ and the ‘West Indies Porter Jerk Chicken Pie’.

Book Reviews

Does the name sound familiar, how about if spelt Patak? Yes indeed Anjali is the granddaughter of one of the founders of the now massive Patak spice and sauce empire.


Sydney born, Paris trained and London lived, Skye Gyngell is working with VisitEngland on their latest campaign. Devoted to the kaleidoscopic range of Britain's food and drink Gyngell hopes to promote the best of British in this latest collaboration. Lara Cory had a chat with Skye to find out what she loves about British food, and how far she's travelled for a good meal.