⦿ Jay Rayner of the Guardian reviewed Radici, the new Islington Italian from Francesco Mazzei of Sartoria in Mayfair and, before that, L’Anima in the City. “Taglierini, fagioli and pancetta. That’s ribbons of a thin tagliatelle-style pasta, white beans and bacon, in a dense, starchy broth of such intensity and such conviction, you could be forgiven for […]

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⦿ Jay Rayner of The Observer reviewed Claude Bosi at Bibendum, welcoming the former Hibiscus head honcho’s arrival at Sir Terence Conran’s light-filled 1987 classic. “What emerges is Bibendum redux, a restaurant with a profound understanding of the simple virtues; of a classical repertoire which is robust enough to take a little refinement.” “The starters list is full […]

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D&D London has announced plans for a double restaurant opening in Leeds this spring at the new Victoria Gate shopping, eating and casino development. Japanese restaurant Issho and Manhattan-style bar and grill East 59th will divided a rooftop space between them – each with an outdoor terrace. The kitchen at Issho – which means “together” […]

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On Monday 7 March 2016, the annual Leuka charity event Who’s Cooking Dinner? will return to the kitchens at Four Seasons Hotel at Park Lane for its 17th year. The event, which raises money to fund vital research into the causes and treatment of Leukaemia and blood cancer, will see 20 world-class names from the culinary […]

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