January 2013 sees the launch of Spice Market’s newest addition to its London establishment. After the gourmet junk food trend that swept London last year, Spice Market London is leading the way with a return to subtle and healthy dishes that revitalise the palette.
Bar Boulud, Knightsbridge's award-winning French-inspired bistro and wine bar at Mandarin Oriental Hyde Park, welcomes the New Year with an assortment of new highlights showcasing the outstanding food, drink and service which have established its position as a leading London destination.
The Grand Hotel in Brighton has announced the opening next month of its new seafood restaurant GB1, as part of a multi-million pound overhaul of the hotel.
Pan-Asian restaurant Gilgamesh in Camden is introducing a new unlimited sushi menu to run every Thursday, starting from the 10th January.
Newly opened Italian restaurant, Primo, is reviving the ‘Pollo Sorpresa’, more commonly known as the Chicken Kiev, bringing retro cuisine back into favour and onto our plates!
Park Plaza Sherlock Holmes' AA Rosette award-winning restaurant, The Grill, has prepared a new low-calorie menu just in time for the New Year detox season.
What will you eat, drink, buy and read about in 2013? Here are the things you’ll be talking about in the year ahead.
With winter fast approaching and Jack Frost nipping at your nose, why not escape the bitter cold and treat yourself to ‘Winter Wonderland Afternoon Tea’ at the St Ermin’s Hotel, Westminster.
This winter a touch of Pan-Asian sophistication arrives in Kensington in the form of Naga. An Oriental restaurant and bar, Naga combines a chic and contemporary décor with a warm and welcoming atmosphere making it a neighbourhood gem that people will travel from near and far to visit.
New York-inspired restaurant and bar, Honky Tonk will throw open its doors for a weekly party brunch that will rock Chelsea and chase away the January blues for good.
As the winter evenings draw in, The Rib Room Bar & Restaurant in Knightsbridge is launching a new pairing menu, marrying one of The Rib Room’s finest cigars with a spirit to perfectly complement the after-dinner experience.
December is officially the worst time of the year to eat out- a study of 2,000 diners indicates that more than half hate to eat in restaurants, hotels and pubs during the last month of the year.
In the run-up to Valentine’s Day, Sauterelle restaurant in London and Boodles fine jewellers are joining hands to propose a dazzling dinner menu: a luxurious six-course meal served with a 1.5-carat diamond engagement ring.
A Pan Asian restaurant inspired by folklore tale of Tootoomoo and the shop houses of Asia has launched in Crouch End.
Bleak House, the former holiday home of novelist Charles Dickens, which opened recently as a restaurant with rooms, has announced details of its New Year’s Eve black tie dinner.
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