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
Fans of Cadbury Creme Egg Cafe from 2016 are in for a treat. Not only is it *already* the official start of Creme Egg season, (according to Cadbury’s), but they’re bringing back their cafe, this time in the form of a travelling hunting lodge.
Chocoholics with a penchant for the gooey stuff throughout the UK will be able to pay a visit the Cadbury Creme Egg Hunting Lodge. They’ll be visiting London,
Naked restaurant The Bunyadi was never going to be an easy act to follow, but the team behind that are giving it a go with a WW2-themed cocktail bar where you decode your own personality to work out your true cocktail colours, inspired by Bletchley Park.
It gets better - not only will there be a war room and cipher machine based on Alan Turing’s machine of
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,
7/1/17 Updated with news of the extension
Places to eat authentic Tibetan are few and far between in the capital, which is why it’s great news that The Momo Shack is popping up in Dalston this winter.
For six weeks, you’ll be able to get your hands on their steaming momo dumplings, the definitive Tibetan dish. They come in lamb, chicken and vegetable variety, with the option to order a side of stir
Good bye, mince pies. Hello 2017 and a healthier, brighter-eyed you, brimming with well meaning New Year’s resolutions. Whether you’re doing Veganuary, Dry January or just generally want to clean up your act, here’s where to do it in London.
Everyone wants a piece of Breddos Tacos these days, and they’re only too happy to oblige it. After a successful partnership with Yard Sale Pizza in Finsbury Park, they’ve now decided to launch a series of pop-up ‘Tacovers’, welcoming serious taco chefs from all over the world to temporarily take the reigns in their new Clerkenwell digs.
First up, it’ll be Guerrilla Tacos from Los Angeles - the heartland of
Update - 16/12/16 - Hot Dinners went down to get into the highland spirit at the repurposed former tannery in Bermondsey.
Hot toddies immediately in hand, a floral winter warmer with plenty of citrus to offset the earthiness of the Naked Grouse whiskey (of which there was plenty throughout the evening), we were welcomed to our table.
The first course was a deliciously, rich
Quinoa, sprouted buckwheat, spirulina and hemp seeds used to be mainly confined to the shelves of health food shops. But nowadays with a bit of effort, you can find them all over London - even in its chocolate bars. Now Doisy & Dam, purveyors of sweet superfood snacks, will be placing the spotlight on their healthy, organic chocolate bars from Monday when they launch their three-week
You know it's Christmas when you start seeing Ferrero Rocher ads on the TV - but that's not enough for the nutty chocolates this year, they're having a pop-up in Covent Garden too.
As to what you'll get from the experience - you can expect a tasting plate of five mini hand-crafted desserts, curated by Cuisson's chef Paul Hannagen. And then - of course - you'll round things off with a Ferrero
Laoise Casey is Chef de Partie at Paradise Garage and is taking over the reins at the Manor with Eloise Dawes for their next Homegrown Supper Club - we asked her to tell us more...
Robin Gill (creator of The Dairy, The Manor, Paradise Garage, Counter Culture) set up the Homegrown series earlier this year to support new talent in the hospitality industry. Held on the first Sunday of
Burgers and beauty will finally be together at last thanks to Haché’s latest quirky pop-up, giving attendees the chance to tuck into some new burger creations while taking in some fairly slick fashion-oriented workshops and classes.
First things first though: the burgers. Haché will be presenting two new meaty offerings, starting with the Steak Haché, a 6oz Scottish steak burger dressed with a Madeira jus and a soft
The hugely popular Dumpling shack is heading for a pre-Christmas pop-up before settling on a permanent venue. You might have come across them (aka John Li) in Broadway market and they also had a very successful pop-up in Shotgun. Now they're coming to One Leicester Street.
They'll have a Chinese sharing menu with 11 dishes coming to the table, including their famed pan-fried soup dumplings
We know there are a LOT of Nutella fans out there, so you'll be very pleased to discover that there's a winter pop-up on the Fifth Floor terrace of Harvey Nichols devoted to just that. The space has been recreated as an Alpine lodge with the following on offer:
OK, we flat out LOVE this idea. I mean, look at that picture, who wouldn't want to try partying in an igloo right alongside the river Thames? This frankly genius winter alfreso invention is the brainchild of Coppa Club. They have eight of them set up on their huge terrace at their Tower Bridge site for the run up to Christmas.
Each custom-made igloo is heated, thank goodness, but also comes with sheepskin blankets for added hygge. Three of them are laid out
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