• New Menu at Bistrot Bruno Loubet

    Wednesday November 26th, 2014

    Bruno Loubet and Head Chef David Fogelman launch new menu at Bistrot Bruno Loubet.

  • New foods on the block

    Sunday November 23rd, 2014

    A rolling round up of things we either get sent to try in the office or pick up on our travels. This week Crosta & Mollica preserves.

  • London’s first Non-Restaurant’ Restaurant, Deluxe, opens in Spitalfields

    Saturday November 22nd, 2014

    Deluxe, a limited-edition restaurant has opened in Ely’s Yard in Spitalfields, E1 for lunch and evening meals. Deluxe is a ‘non-restaurant’ restaurant open for four weeks only until 14 December, and will offer a menu that diners can easily create in their own homes when Deluxe closes its doors.

  • Eat with the best

    Saturday November 22nd, 2014

    To see out the year in style, Fortnum’s is putting on two flagship events. On Thursday 27 November Michelin-starred chef Angela Hartnett will host a white truffle extravaganza, and then on Thursday 4 December food royalty Tom Parker Bowles will present an evening of meat dishes inspired by recipes from his new book, ‘Let’s Eat Meat’.

  • The Chilli Connoisseur menu at Hutong

    Saturday November 22nd, 2014

    Award-winning northern Chinese restaurant, Hutong, will be introducing a new chilli tasting menu this November, designed to demonstrate the diversity and versatility of chilli in Chinese cuisine.

Restaurant Reviews

The ramen was right on the button and it was a well priced lunchtime feed that had me energised and ready to face Oxford Street again. For shoppers who want to slurp and go, Tonkotsu has just what's needed.

Anita Pati


Bohemia restaurant was recently named one of the top 10 places in the UK to eat pudding by The Sunday Times Food List 2014. Head Chef Steve Smith and Head Pastry Chef Ellen de Jager share their indulgent recipe for 12 portions of Black Butter & Jersey Brandy Cheesecake.

Book Reviews

200 full colour images and over 80 recipes all of which I’d happily eat, it’s a book to perhaps satisfy the emerging or experienced home chef; you’ll need to know how to walk before you can run with this one, although his Goat Shepherd’s Pie looks easy enough once you’ve got your goat, of course. '


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.