Restaurant News from September 2011

September 2011 Restaurant News Archive from Foodepedia

  • Salad of pork belly, apple preparations, goat’s cheese

    Friday September 30th, 2011

    Matt Gillan Head Chef of The Pass at South Lodge is organising an All Stars Dinner on the 13th, 14th and 15th October with a mix of Michelin starred and aspiring chefs taking part including Daniel Clifford and John Campbell. Over the course of the three days, guests will indulge in a 9 course menu created by three different chefs, each day three news chefs will be at the pass

  • Touring the tapas

    Thursday September 29th, 2011

    The Tapas Tour recreates the spirit of bar hopping that is typical to the city of Logroño, capital of Rioja, where people visit different tapas bars tasting speciality tapas dishes alongside glasses of Rioja. Londoners will be able to purchase a Tapas Tour passport, allowing them to hop across five of London’s best tapas restaurants

  • Carluccio's magic mushrooms festival

    Tuesday September 27th, 2011

    As part of a month long festival taking place from 10th September to 10th October. Caruluccio's restaurant will be offering hungry shoppers a chance to try a tempting selection of weekly changing seasonal mushroom specials. In addition, the deli and food shop will be filled with a selection of delicious mushroom and truffle goodies to inspire budding chefs to create an Italian feast at home or head off on a foraging adventure of their own.

  • Patara to serve Maldon Oysters

    Tuesday September 27th, 2011

    To celebrate Maldon Oyster Festival this year, fine-dining Thai restaurant Patara is collaborating with the Maldon Oyster and Seafood Company to bring oysters to its menu.

  • New Restaurant Openings

    Tuesday September 27th, 2011

    Everybody likes to keep up with the latest restaurant openings, so Foodepedia has put together the latest news in the restaurant world.

  • Sainsbury's to launch Halloween I-Scream

    Tuesday September 27th, 2011

    Sainsbury's is launching a limited edition spooky Halloween ice-cream on the 12th of October.

  • Thirsty at 30? Get a free glass of champagne at Le Caprice

    Monday September 26th, 2011

    Anyone who can prove that they were born in 1981 will receive a free glass of champagne for the next two weeks at Le Caprice

  • Wine and shine with sushi

    Thursday September 22nd, 2011

    Forget the beers, we take a look at Tsuru's new natural wine selection, ideal with sushi, sashimi with some gyoza or some tempura.

  • Game for A Taste: Game themed tasting menu launched at Capital hotel

    Thursday September 22nd, 2011
  • Jose Pizarro set to open Pizarro

    Wednesday September 21st, 2011

    Following on from the success of his tapas bar Jose, José Pizarro, is slowly building an empire with the opening of  "Pizarro" at the end of October.

  • Free food hampers

    Wednesday September 21st, 2011

    Yes we thought that would get your attention. One hundred lucky foodies are to be offered gourmet quality food hampers for free every month as part of the UK’s first ever consumer taste testing scheme.

  • Bumpkin’s supper club season starts with ‘nose to tail’ from Dingley Dell

    Tuesday September 20th, 2011

    Bumpkin Notting Hill is kicking off its autumn season of Supper Clubs on Tuesday, 22nd September, with a ‘Nose to Tail’ evening with Mark Hayward from renowned pork farmers, Dingley Dell in Suffolk. There will be just 30 places available at this intimate, pork-themed dinner, with tickets priced at £45 for the three-course menu together with matching English wines and ciders.

  • Spice Market Launches Exclusive Masterclasses

    Tuesday September 20th, 2011

    Jean-Georges Vongerichten’s London restaurant, Spice Market, has introduced an exclusive monthly masterclass programme. Guests will now have the chance to learn the secrets behind some of the restaurants’ best and most successful dishes, under the tutelage of Executive Sous Chef Brett Crowe.

  • Good Natured, It’s in the Name!

    Sunday September 18th, 2011

    Good Natured inside and out, their products are pesticide residue free and lovingly grown into fresh, crisp and flavoursome salad, of course with a little help from Mother Nature! Priyanka Kara takes a bite to find out just how Good Natured their salads get.

  • Angelus introduces light bite pichounettes and a new champagne

    Wednesday September 14th, 2011

    Angelus might not be in your residential neighbourhood but it ought to be on your “we really must go there” list. The latest addition to its menu - pichounettes (a light bite platter of tasting portions from its a la carte menu) and its signature Angelium champagne - are the excuse you need says Joanna Biddolph.

  • Discover ‘Après-Ski’, Italian-style, at Cortina at Cantina

    Wednesday September 14th, 2011

    This winter, Cortina – Italy’s most glamorous ski resort – comes to London as Italian restaurant, Cantina del Ponte, opens its Italian ski lodge and terrace on the banks of the River Thame

  • The Experimental Food Society Spectacular returns

    Wednesday September 7th, 2011

    The Experimental Food Society Spectacular 2011 returns to London again this year from the 21st to the 25th of October. This year's events will be comprised of three parts: an exhibition, followed by a wild themed banquet and talk.

  • See the taste of your ice cream at Argentinian ice cream parlour, Freggo

    Tuesday September 6th, 2011

    Thought you couldn't see taste? Me neither, that is until I saw Argentinian ice cream parlour Freggo's new Taste installation.

  • Family Chocolate Making Workshop at The Forge, Camden

    Tuesday September 6th, 2011

    The Forge in Camden is hosting a Raw Chocolate Making Workshop, where younger foodies are welcome, this Saturday.

  • Pop Up Musical Gardens at Camdens The Forge and Caponata

    Monday September 5th, 2011

    Camden's The Forge and Caponata restaurant is to transform its venue into a musical indoor garden for one day only tomorrow (Wednesday, September 7). Get down to catch music, cocktails and a weather-proof end-of-summer indoor picnic.