Next Month Zoe Adjonyoh, Founder of Zoe’s Ghana Kitchen, will bring her West African flavours to London Fields, with a new residency at The Institute of Light. Her business began in 2010 in east London at the Hackney Wicked arts festival with a home-made sign saying ‘Zoe’s peanut butter stew’ – she’s come a long way […]

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Pop Brixton – the birth place of several London dining scene hits including Kricket – has today (31 January) announced the arrival of its newest vendor. Venezuelan street food vendor Petare will settle into its first permanent arepa bar at Pop Brixton on 16 February, following the departure of Zoe’s Ghana Kitchen. Petare will serve […]

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Soho’s “profoundly original” Indian street food spot Kricket will open a new restaurant this summer at Television Centre, the former home of the Beeb in White City. The venture started out as one of Pop Brixton’s shipping containers where it impressed for almost two years before opening its first permanent site in Denman Street in January 2017. Founders […]

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Black Tie Dinner @ The Wolseley W1 31 December, from 8.30 pm £275 pp Guests will enjoy what is sure to be a very special evening with the critically acclaimed ‘Benoit Viellefon & His Orchestra’ providing spectacular live entertainment. Tickets include a five course dinner and champagne at midnight. Call 020 7499 6996 to book. […]

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Trick or EATS with UberEATS 31 October, 6-10 pm £20 for two Emma Thomas (AKA Miss Cakehead) and chef Jim Thomlinson, owner of London Mess and Prawnography have teamed up to create a fearsome feast which includes blood-soaked bandages, sauces served in syringes and chocolate severed human fingers. The 4-course meal for two is available for delivery […]

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Kricket, the modern British-Indian small-plates pioneer, is closing its original venue – a former shipping container in Brixton – at the end of May. Founders Rik Campbell and Will Bowlby opened their 20-seater in the Pop Brixton community project in June 2015, and expanded into permanent Soho premises earlier this year. They are now looking for a new site […]

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West African cuisine will gets its most prominent central London showcase when Zoe’s Ghana Kitchen opens a six-month residency at the Sun and 13 Cantons in Soho on April 4. Zoe Adjonyoh has been cooking at supperclubs and pop-ups in London and Berlin since 2011, and is well established at Pop Brixton. Her first book, […]

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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. Trending Restaurants 11-17 June […]

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