• The elegant art of sushi making

    Thursday January 22nd, 2015

    Scared of sushi? It's the cookery challenge few want to take up, but as Anita discovered when Yuki Gomi is your sensei master then rolling the rice is not as hard as it seems. Just don't forget your hairdryer.

  • The Beauty Of Bourbon With Buffalo Trace At TwoRuba

    Thursday January 22nd, 2015

    Running on the first Wednesday of each month - beginning on 4th March, from 6.30pm - learn about the characteristics of bourbon from one of America’s most established bourbon producers

  • Ealing Park Tavern reopens

    Thursday January 22nd, 2015

    South Ealing's favourite gastropub (are they still called that?) officially reopened its doors last night and Packed to the renovated rafters with various foodies, bloggers,PR's and Ealing's great and good.

  • Honey & Co take over Ember Yard

    Wednesday January 21st, 2015

    On Monday 9th February, Honey and Co. will be bringing a taste of the Middle East to Ember Yard.

  • Shaken Cocktails - Become champion of the bar in your own home

    Monday January 19th, 2015

    Everything is available on subscription these days and I do mean everything. Coffee, razors, beer - life's essentials. All of these services offer a hassle free delivery of a commodity product and a hassle free extraction of cash from your bank account. It's a 'life hack'. An efficiency saving. One more thing to tick from the never-ending to-do list. Eventually, offering a commodity, these servi

Restaurant Reviews

‘That’s a bargain!’ is not something you hear uttered a lot in the vicinity of St James, but that’s definitely what Umai Saturday lunch at Sake No Hana is. And I say that as someone who’s not content until he’s haggled shopkeepers to within an inch of his life.

Book Reviews

All in all this a book of dreams, many of the recipes you’ll think about cooking but never will. But Brock’s writing on history and sense of food place is worth the cover price alone and no modern food fan can fail to be impressed at the culinary creativity coming from such an unlikely part of the world.


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.