Looking for somewhere to celebrate the Festival of Lights in London? We pick out some of the best Diwali events and menus in London's restaurants.
A London restaurant is putting on a two week carnivore's menu that sounds like the kind of thing Parks and Recreation's Ron Swanson would heartily approve of. For two weeks this September, Paternoster Chophouse (aka the First Dates restaurant) will be showcasing the work of Britain's best butchers.
The six butchers from around the country - who are collectively known as the British Beefeaters
From estate to plate, we have a comprehensive list of where to dine on the best birds in London, whichever style you fancy.
Another day, another limited edition burger. This one's the new Halloumi burger at Honest Burgers. They've teamed with British halloumi producer Kupros Dairy for it - if you haven't already tried the Hertfordshire dairy's halloumi, you REALLY need to. We first tasted it at Stroud Green spot Goods Office and were blown away by how
Who doesn't love a good birthday celebration? Well, the one planned by The Quality Chop House for thier 150th anniversary sounds like it's going to be worth turning up for.
To commemorate serving food to Londoners since 1869, the Farringdon Road restaurant is putting on a special menu of QCH classics "reinterpreted by head chef Shaun Searley".
Dishes will include (brace yourselves):
It's ten years old and still the only Michelin starred pub in London. We visited the Harwood Arms to try its special anniversary menu.
In a move that's bound to make folk like Aldo Zilli need a long sit down, pizzeria Manifesto in Battersea is bringing in Atul Kocchar for their next guest chef pizza.
Atul’s Chicken Tikka Pizza will feature his spicy karahi sauce, chicken tikka, red, green and yellow peppers and fresh coriander.
Manifesto’s founder Vittorio Maschio says he's "thrilled with Atul’s take... he’s an amazing chef, an icon of Indian food in the UK, and it was an honour to have
As sure a sign that spring is upon us as rows of daffodils in London's parks is the popping up of Japanese cherry blossom installations all over town to celebrate Sakura - the cherry blossom season. We've picked out some of the prettiest places putting on Sakura specials this year.
Hawaiian-inspired Island Poké are keeping things fresh with another collaboration for their ‘Guest Bowl’ series, and this time they've teamed up with top US chef Nancy Silverton, who’s come up with Salmon Poké Nicoise bowl for the occasion.
The limited edition bowl,
International Women's Day is coming up and we can't think of a better way to celebrate - if your budget allows - than by sitting down to dinner by two world class female chefs.
The Four Seasons London at Trinity Square is hosting a one off event featuring their own chef Anne-Sophie Pic cooking alongside Clare Smyth.
Each chef will each showcase a selection of their own signature dishes as part of the five course dinner which will be paired with wine
Knowing how much Londoners love their pasta, we popped along to Jun Tanaka's Fitzrovian restaurant to check out his new seasonal menu.
Sometimes we get a press release here at Hot Dinners where the only correct response is "I can't even...". That's firmly the category into which today's story from Burger & Lobster falls.
They've installed a £3,000 four poster gold bed in their Soho restaurant. And for two weeks Londoners can book a three-course caviar and lobster dinner on the bed, which they eat while reclining in silk pyjamas.
The meal kicks off with Veuve Cliquot and
If you’ve been lucky enough to travel around Japan by train you’ll almost certainly be familiar with the amazing bento boxes you can pick up at the stations. They're typically filled with rice, fish, pickles and other treats. Well now London's Japan Centre is saving you a journey by bringing them to London for the first time – but for one week only.
From 22 - 28 October the ‘ekiben’ (eki meaning station and bento meaning boxed lunch)
Every London Cocktail Week sees the city's bars putting on some seriously special drinks. Here's what to try this year.
They've been to Mexico and the South of France, but next up on the world tour at Clapham's Counter Culture is The Caribbean. Every stage features menus influenced by one of the chefs’ own backgrounds. This time it's Jack Barwick who was born and raised in the Cayman Islands and who won Bookatable's young chef of the year 2017.
Jack's menu will showcase the very best of the Caribbean with some playful
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