BAO have been very busy of late. They've recently launched their new home-delivery service Rice Error in Borough and Fitzrovia (you can read more about that here - and look out for a Test Drive next week). Now they're getting ready to bring Rice Error to Hackney - but that's not
As the definition between days has become somewhat blurred under lockdown, the tradition of Sunday Lunch can be an important marker of the week. But that doesn't mean you have to prepare the whole thing
In what's rapidly becoming the new normal, Londoners, unable to go to bars or restaurants, are switching their social lives to London's parks along with picnics and booze. So you've got to hand it to Highbury's Top Cuvee who have not only spotted the trend but hopped on board.
The restaurant, which had already done a stellar job of moving to delivery with their Shop Cuvee offering, yesterday started delivering wine and cocktails by bike to two
To help you get the most interesting beer delivered and let you try new things - we've gathered together some of the best online shops and subscription services as well as showcasing some of London's best breweries.
AngloThai have teamed up with HG Walter and Tabasco to put their own stamp on a hot dog for this new kit. We gave it a try...
It's early days on this one, but we have a feeling that it will sell out pretty sharpish - so consider yourselves warned.
Since their restaurant closed, the mighty Pitt Cue have been popping up in various guises. Their latest is during lockdown with them putting together a box with Warren's Butchers (who are also behind
Fancy getting some Portuguese food in? Well, Bar Douro have just returned to help you with that.
From Friday they're returning, kicking off with delivery on Deliveroo. The menu will be similar to the restaurants, with sections for Petiscos (snacks), Horta (garden), Mar (sea) and Terra (land).
We are seeing rather a lot of restaurants making their return to London right now. And next up are the hugely popular Din Tai Fung in Covent Garden.
It's delivery only, of course, so you won't be able to see the artists at work creating the xiao long bao dumplings (it's so soothing - we could watch that for ages) and indeed, it doesn't seem that the soup dumplings available at
Have you missed that whole wandering past an Ottolenghi, being tempted by the cake displays in the window, and then popping in to order as much as you could carry thing? Well, that chance is coming back with the news that two of the stores are getting ready to reopen.
It all starts with Notting Hill today, with Islington to follow on Friday. They're starting slowly - first with a reduced "essentials"
The latest to come back all guns blazing after lockdown is Honest Burgers. If you've been missing their rosemary fries, then you'll be very pleased to know that they're slowly reopening all their restaurants across the country (delivery only, of course).
Here are the London Honests that are open now:
During lockdown, the Maybourne Hotel group - The Berkeley, The Connaught and Claridge's - have been busy supporting London's key workers with drive-through coffee stations and accommodation. But their bars and restaurants have been closed off to the rest of us.
Now, things are changing. Over at The Connaught, they've just launched one of their restaurants on the premium delivery service, Supper. Jean-Georges at The
Even if you're happy cooking at home every day, sometimes you just need a bit of inspiration and Clipstone's selection of meals and snacks turns out to be just the ticket.
With hits like Chick N Sours and Chik'n in place - chef and restaurateur Carl Clarke is looking for his next venture - and this time it's all about pot noodles.
Today, he's kicking off a Kickstarter campaign for Future Noodles. Delivered to your door, it's aiming to be "a
For the first few weeks of lockdown, one of the benefits of working from home was being able to knock up our own lunches. Many, many weeks in and that joy has seriously palled. So here who's delivering more interesting sandwiches around London for you to order.
The Adam Handling restaurants may be closed, but the chef has just launched his new "at home" service called "Hame" in case you're suffering from chicken butter withdrawal symptoms (we love his chicken butter - you can see it above).
it won't be served hot - but everything will be fully prepared and ready to cook, with full instructions (including videos) on how to finish
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