The upcoming Mayfair Literary Festival has a couple of events that London's foodies might want to get on their radar.
The Fumoir at Claridge’s is the setting for a talk called “Tales from Couture” from legendary fashion illustrator and Claridge’s artist in residence David Downton.
Tales from the kitchen sees chef and food writer Ravinder Bhogal heading a panel of some
Hot Dinners rounds up some of the best food and restaurant pop-ups and events around town at the moment.
If you manage to secure tickets to this year's Pie Night at Dominique Ansel Bakery, then you'll feel pretty damned smug. This year, Ansel is changing things up for his all-you-can-eat pie fest, bringing in some of London's top chefs to help out.
In the mix are The Ledbury's Brett Graham, Sabor's Nieves Barragán, Ottolenghi's Helen Goh, The Greenhouse's Alex Dilling, and royal wedding baker Violet Cakes's Claire Ptak. In
Join The Jugged Hare’s infamous gourmet dinner series this game season, The Murphia Games, as they enjoy the finest culinary creations from Ireland’s most celebrated chefs.
The annual British Street Food Awards is celebrating its tenth anniversary this year, with the finals of the competition taking place once again at Street Feast’s Hawker House, on September 13th and 14th.
There will be 16 finalists from all over the UK cooking at Hawker House over the two days, with each having come through regional heats over the past few months for their place in the final. Each of the traders will put forward two
Having launched in New York back in 2011, Goatober is now an annual fixture in major cities around the world, including London, where it was introduced in 2016 by James Whetlor of Cabrito Goat Meat. Celebrating all things goat, this year’s line up of events in London is sounding excellent.
To kick things off, there’s a launch event on 1 October at Brigade Bar + Kitchen with Calum Franklin, Gizzi Erskine, Karan Gokani (Hoppers), and Pete Denhart (Head
If you're looking for a fun way to bump up your five a day intake, may we suggest a trip to the Dominique Ansel Bakery this weekend? For three days only they're holding a Summer Marché.
The idea is to celebrate the best seasonal fruits from around the world. So they're filling their pastry section with 10 rather lovely sounding fruit tarts. They're using blueberries from Hertfordshire, British Jubilee Strawberries grown exclusively at only
Get your rainbow flags out - it’s time once again for Pride, and London’s restaurants and bars are primed and ready to show their support. Read on to find out where to get your multicoloured foodie fixes (and believe us, there are a LOT of rainbows) while showing support - and raising funds for many amazing LGBT organisations.
The late May bank holiday is our last one for a while, so you need to make the most of your extended weekend. Luckily we've rounded up the best food and drinks things going on in London for the Whitsun weekend so you can do just that.
Once again, London is getting ready for another great-sounding Meatopia festival over in Tobacco Dock. Every year (this will be its seventh), a great selection of top chefs get together to create some truly excellent dishes - all created specifically for the festival. You won't see any of these dishes elsewhere. Oh, and a lot of meat is involved.
Heading to the RHS Chelsea Flower Show this year? There's a distinct G&T theme to some of the gardens at this year's show.
Updated 4/6/19 with full list of restaurants and dishes
If your idea of heaven is spending hours roaming Taste of London with a free pass to eat all the food in sight, then we have good news for you. For this year's festival, they're offering one lucky London foodie the chance to do just that, becoming one of the Best in Taste Awards tasters.
The winner of the competition will get a chance to
Jermyn Street isn't the first, second or even third place you'd think of in London as being somewhere to get a great meal deal but, for two days next week, it will be.
One of London's oldest restaurants is launching its new English sparkling wine collection. And so they've teamed up with Nyetimber to bring The Nyetimber Routemaster up to London, parking it right outside Wiltons on Jermyn Street.
Inside you'll be able to book a session to have
It currently takes upwards of 29 years to reach the top of the membership waiting list at Lord's. But if you don't have that sort of staying power, you can enjoy the benefits of eating in the cricket club's Grade II* listed Pavilion as part of the Lord's Dining Club.
While the club may be all about tradition, the chefs they've chosen to partner with this year are all about innovation. So there's Tommy Banks from The Black Swan in Oldstead, Michael Caines from
For the past few years, London In The Sky has been thrilling/terrifying diners by hosting a restaurant 100ft up in the air. And they're back for 2019 with a range of fun things planned, including letting it all hang out for charity.
Yes, that's right. If you've been thinking that the one thing you'd like more than dangling up in the sky for a great meal is dangling your bits out in the breeze whilst having a great meal, then this is 100% your thing.
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