Food and Drink
A restaurant unlike any other, Nam Long Le Shaker has, for nearly three decades, been at the forefront of London’s night scene, making headlines all over the world with its Flaming Ferraris and celebrity diners.
Retailer price wars have seen the average price paid for milk fall in recent years and consumers can now pick up for a four pint bottle for as little as 89p.
Just one month before Britain’s first Wood-Fired Oven Sunday (July 5), it has been revealed that the wood-fired cooking revolution is well and truly underway in Britain.
Families are keeping the modern British picnic alive and kicking reveals a new survey, which shows two thirds of picnics are enjoyed with the family. However, millennials (18 – 24 year olds) are resisting the urge to follow tradition with only 29% picnicking annually compared to 41% of Brits aged over 25.
The Social Company and executive sommelier, Laure Patry, has opened Social Wine & Tapas on James Street in Marylebone, London.
Britons are a nation of beer lovers with almost half (48%) stating they love drinking beer with over two fifths (45%) preferring to drink beer to wine.
Revamped and ready for sunshine, D&D’s summer terraces are the perfect spots for outdoor dining in London. During the summer months, guests can drink in the views of the capital atop the roof terrace of South Place Hotel’s Angler restaurant and French bistro Orrery, dine riverside at Le Pont de la Tour and kick back with an outdoor barbeque at pop-up terraces from Old Bengal Bar and Fish Market.
Saltwood on the Green restaurant, which is just a few miles from the EuroTunnel terminal and Kent ferry ports, has introduced ‘No Corkage Wednesday’ to entice those of us looking to taking advantage of the current strength of sterling against the euro.
Bread that has just been baked, sizzling bacon and freshly cut grass are among the nation’s favourite smells, a study has revealed.
After a hugely successful opening earlier this year, the Latino-inspired bar & restaurant, El Patron, will again be shaking things up, with the launch of London’s first Mexican brunch parties.
The argument has finally been settled – residents of Oxford have been revealed as the nation’s biggest pizza lovers, according to a new study.
Over half (69%) of London workers feel the weight of their workload is too great to justify a full hour long lunch break, a new study has revealed.
Enjoy a taste of Malaysia this spring at the second annual Malaysia Kitchen Spring Market taking place this bank holiday weekend on the 2nd and 3rd May in London.
Now in its sixth year, the hotly anticipated St Ives Food and Drink Festival, sponsored by Carbis Bay Holidays and Tregenna Castle Resort, is returning with an even better programme.
Wine makers have created a new guide to help people choose the perfect drink to have with their favourite snacks, including pizza, Scotch eggs – and even salt and vinegar crisps.
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