Articles from March 2014

March 2014 Articles Archive from Foodepedia

  • See Sushi. See a tasting

    Thursday March 27th, 2014

    Emma Sleight gets her fill of great Asian food, swigs Japanese Koshu wine and discovers the dangerous delights of Baijiu

  • Sicilian season at Fifteen Cornwall

    Thursday March 27th, 2014

    Step into Cornwall’s Fifteen on the beach and you’re surrounded by the rapacious Atlantic which gives this posh beach shack on stilts an instant advantage over the slinkiest restaurants. With vast, panoramic views of the ocean, this surely must be one of the best UK restaurants to work in terms of location?

  • A passage to India with Moti Mahal

    Wednesday March 26th, 2014
  • Addomme. Heart and soul pizzas in SW16

    Tuesday March 25th, 2014

    Not many people venture to Streatham, the post code that refuses to posh up, but Addomme a new pizza/trattoria is well worth the journey finds Nick Harman.

  • Time for tea at Twinings

    Monday March 17th, 2014

    60.2 billion cups of tea are drunk a year, many of them by Nick Harman personally. He goes down to visit 300 year old Twinings Tea in Hampshire to discover more about their take on our national drink.

  • The House of Holi

    Wednesday March 12th, 2014

    A puff of blue explodes in my face. Then a puff of yellow. Holy rainbow coloured smoke! I’m surrounded by a mob, and I can’t see much although I’m still laughing. Fortunately it’s not an angry mob but an excitable crowd, intent on causing harmless devastation by primary colour. The occasion: it’s the Hindu festival of Holi.

  • Karma Cans: good for the belly (and the soul)

    Tuesday March 11th, 2014

    Karma Cans is a venture set up by a bright young graduate called Eccie, providing freshly cooked lunches that are delivered to your office by bicycle during your lunch hour. 

  • Waterloo sunset - Lower Marsh Market

    Friday March 7th, 2014

    Lower Marsh is the rather grim street at the side of Waterloo station with its unloved charity shops, tatty vintage and sex stores.  A couple of greasy spoons complete the picture, although I do confess a liking for the homely Camel & Artichoke pub, which dates back to the days when the Artichoke was an old hostellery past which artichokes were transported from the docks to the tables of Westminster and the City

  • A dine at the races – we check out the food at Ascot

    Wednesday March 5th, 2014

    It’s a safe bet you’ll eat well at Royal Ascot this year. Nick Harman gets a preview and finds some odd on favourites to put your shirt on. Then runs out of racing puns.

  • Hardys Wines of Australia.

    Wednesday March 5th, 2014

    It’s an unmistakably Australian style of wine making; direct, assertive, intensely fruity and mellow, delivering 'first sip satisfaction' to UK consumers who love the reliability and approachable prices.

  • Evolution of an icon: Fortnum & Mason St Pancras

    Tuesday March 4th, 2014

    You may not have realised, but an iconic British food institution opened its second location in over three hundred years late last year. I am talking about the inventors of the Scotch egg and purveyors of fine foodstuffs and picnic hampers for the bourgeoisie. I am talking, of course, about Fortnum and Mason.