The cafe with the pink wall of flowers is expanding with two new central London openings planned for behind Oxford Circus and in Selfridges.
So this is rather cute. In an attempt - successful we'd say - to up the ice-cream game as we hit summer, Selfridges have introduced this crazily Insta-friendly dessert in their Food Hall.
Available from the Snowflake gelato counter, the Avolato is made from 60% hass avocado, served in the avocado skin, with an editlbe nut butter stone. It's vegan, dairy and gluten-free and looks freakishly like an actual avocado. Fancy it? It'll set you back
Building on their partnership in other stores, Selfridges' Oxford Street store is the latest to get into bed with the San Carlo restaurant group who'll be launching Alto in the store's iconic rooftop space.
The next street food folk to pop up at Selfridges Food Hall are Grill My Cheese. The Leather Lane purveyors of toasted cheese sourdough sarnies will be putting on a combo of classic dishes and Selfridges specials during their four week spot on Oxford Street.
From their classics, you'll find G.M.C (farmhouse mature Cheddar, Farmhouse Cow Milk Mozzarella and bechamel sauce) £6 and their Insta-worthy Rainbow Toasties with beetroot, rocket and
If you were left bereft, or at the very least mildly annoyed, by the news that Dean & DeLuca weren't opening a London store after all, then this should perk you up. They've just done a deal with Selfridges, making the London store the only place in Europe you can buy their products from.
The new 50-item range is now available at
If you're embracing the whole healthy January thing you may be interested to know that next week the Notting Hill plant-based restaurant and bar, Farmacy, is launching a pop up shot bar at Selfridges. It forms part of Selfridges 2018 #EatHappy campaign which runs from January to March and is all about promoting healthy, sustainable and enjoyable food.
You'll find the Farmacy Shot Bar in the department store's Food Hall where they'll be serving up herbal remedies in
It's not often we see a high street conveyer belt sushi chain taking on afternoon tea in upmarket department stores, but now Yo! Sushi has plans to do just that.
They'll be reimagining the traditional cream tea dinner with a lot less cream and a lot more fish - sashimi, seared sushi and tempura nori nachos will all make an appearance, plus salmon caviar draped in edible gold "for that extra Christmas
With a former L'Anima chef, a rigorous Italian menu and Hot Cocktail bar, Selfridges' latest rooftop restaurant has all the winning elements of a great night out on top of London.
The regular rooftop restaurant at Selfridges is back. This time, they'll have a Californian approach to cooking.
Cookies and milk pop-up Blondies Kitchen is making the leap from Old Street Station to the Selfridges Food Hall.
They'll be dishing out their American-style milk and cookies to everyone who needs a sweet pick-me-up. There'll be a wide range of flavours too, including the gluten-free peanut buttercookie, and a flavour of milk that's based on the
Dan Barber's wastED pop-up at Selfridges has been an almighty success - and we were quite frankly blown away by our meal there. But if you hadn't followed our advice to get a table, the minute booking opened, you might be more than a bit miffed at missing out. After all, there's nothing worst for FOMO than seeing everyone on your Insta
Blue Hill at Stone Barns chef Dan Barber brings his food waste pop-up to London. We went to check it out.
The Dan Barber pop-up, wastED London on the roof at Selfridges, is going to be one of the food highlights of the year in London, but don't just take our word for it. We caught up with the chef himself.
He was on a trip to London and we found him in the test kitchen at Selfridges, working on recipes with his second in command at Blue Hill's, Culinary Director Adam Kaye, and London-based co-chefs Ian Scaramuzza and Jonny Bone. Scaramuzza was previously Head Chef
So this is a BIG story - and a huge coup for Selfridges. Top American chef Dan Barber - he of Blue Hill at Stone Barns fame - is bringing his food waste pop-up, wastED, to London this Spring.
[Read our full interview with Dan here]
If you haven't heard of him, let us enlighten you. Barber has two restaurants. The original Blue Hill
If you’re having a crack at Veganuary, but haven’t yet discovered the wonder of nut butters, step right up to Selfridge’s where Pip & Nut are now running a pop up bar in the Foodhall.
As the joke goes, the hardest thing about being a vegan is getting up early to milk all the almonds. But protein-packed dairy-free butters are no laughing matter, and have slowly been gaining popularity even with those who aren’t vegan.
Throughout breakfast and brunch,
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