Tom Kerridge of the powerhouse gastropub Hand and Flowers is hosting a cinema-and-supper club with a group of friends in Marlow’s old Town Hall throughout December. The Pop Up Picture House will show a range of films including cult hits and kids’ classics, each accompanied by a two-course meal to match – so beef lasagne […]

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The Indy’s Tracey Mcleod heads to Marlow to review Tom Kerridge’s new venture, Coach It doesn’t take bookings and “like the new-look Tom Kerridge himself, is much smaller than you’re expecting” but the food doesn’t disappoint and would be worth waiting for.   Telegraph critic Zoe Williams says Great Portland Street’s Portland is ‘a breath […]

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Tom Kerridge, the chef behind Michelin’s favourite gastropub Hand & Flowers, has opened his second Marlow venture. The restaurateur and his wife Beth launched The Coach this week – a more affordable, casual place to eat than its sibling which was placed 76 in the Sunday Times Top 100 restaurants (powered by Harden’s) this year. Although […]

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The Editors’ review of Pavilion It’s handy enough for a pricey shopping lunch, but not a destination restaurant.   Grace Dent is in a Viennese whirl over Fischer’s The Evening Standard critic loves Corbin & King’s new Vienna-style café.   Smith & Wollensky to open at Adelphi US steakhouse to open its first London outpost […]

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Taste of London has extended its exclusive ticket offer for Harden’s readers until 15 May. So if you’re planning to attend the festival in Regent’s Park this summer, why not avail yourself of some tickets at an, er, tasty discount? The event returns 18-22 June with food from over 40 top London restaurants. And of […]

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