Chefs Selin Kiazim (Oklava) and Pip Lacey (Hicce) join forces to create a truly unique menu at Oklava in Shoreditch next Thursday 1 March to celebrate International Women’s Day.  They met while filming BBC2’s Great British Menu and have wanted to work together ever since. The special £65 menu will include collaborative dishes such as: Sumac […]

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The Coal Shed London is set to welcome a line-up of celebrated chefs to its open kitchen at One Tower Bridge with a series of collaborative dinners held monthly throughout 2018. Each chef will produce an exclusive five-course menu for one service only, collaborating with The Coal Shed London’s exec head chef Dave Mothersill, head chef […]

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We’ve teamed up with the good people of Twizoo to announce the top 5 trending restaurants on Twitter each week in London. Twizoo is an app that gives restaurant recommendations based on what people are saying on Twitter, and analyses over 50,000 incoming tweets per week to determine which restaurants are attracting the most buzz. […]

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Angela Hartnett potégé Jessica Simmons pitches up in Kentish Town with her own take on traditional, British steakhouses – as the name would suggest, expect craft beers to go with your beef. Beef & Brew offers a modern interpretation of traditional steakhouse fare, with a focus on provenance and value cuts. The menu eschews loins, ribs […]

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Angela Hartnett’s Café Murano in St James’s may not deliver many shocks when it comes to its simple Italian food, but the venue has quickly become an SW1 staple. So news from the chef that she is to open a second outpost in Covent Garden on 29 June will definitely please the restaurant’s fans. Café […]

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Did you know that the influences on Argentinean cuisine come from countries as diverse as Sweden, Italy, Germany, Spain and Wales? If not, prepare to be enlightened as Argentine tapas bar Zoilo plays host to a series of chefs who will guide diners through the country’s rich food history. On 27 & 28 November, former […]

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