The Oxford Cultural Collective has announced a new series of food talks at Carousel restaurant. Migrations: all our voices will discuss how migration has helped propel Britain’s food culture, and how the restaurant industry has benefited from diversity and learning. The new series will celebrate the positive role migrants have played in food, and how […]

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Former Pidgin head chef Elizabeth Allen will offer diners a taste of what to expect from her new restaurant, Shibui, with a two-week residency at Carousel in Marylebone starting on January 17. Billed as a sophisticated approach to barbecue, Shibui will have both European and east Asian influences, reflecting Allen’s dual British and Singaporean heritage. […]

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Ukrainian-born chef and writer Olia Hercules heads a team of cooks preparing a Haitian-themed dinner to raise funds for ShelterBox at Carousel in Marylebone on Monday November 7. Shine for ShelterBox is six-week campaign to raise money to provide emergency relief and shelter for communities devastated by natural disasters or political conflict. Hercules will be joined by chefs Oliver […]

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Can food really be art? Shuttlecock Inc hopes to deliver a spirited case for the defence in the form of Carousel – a new interactive space opening this August in Marylebone. The self-style ‘foodie nomads’ (pop-up dining operatives to the rest of us) will open a three storey interactive and immersive restaurant/gallery which delves not […]

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The Editors’ review of Penkul & Banks This relaunch on the site of Beard to Tail (RIP) looks set to become a handy all-day destination.   Ms Maschler’s five star review for new Barrafina The Standard’s critic is one of the first through the doors of the Covent Garden outpost, finding ‘vivacious, ambrosial’ food.   […]

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