The nights are starting to draw in, there’s a nip in the air, so feast your eyes on these beauties, guaranteed to warm you up.

Anzu comes to Piccadilly 

Anzu, opening in St James in early October, will bring the much-lauded Teishoku to London – a sort of ‘picnic’ on a tray, featuring delights such as Ebi Furai, Wagyu Sirloin, Black Cod and Chicken Teryaki alongside rice, pickles and other treasures.  Anzu is the first ‘brasserie’ style restaurant from Ken Yamada and Emma Reynolds, founders of the hugely popular group of ramen restaurants Tonkotsu, and opens next month in the new St James … [Read More...]

Emilia’s Crafted Pasta arrives in St Katherine’s Dock

  Beautiful artisan pastas, contorni, salads and incredible wines will arrive at St Katherine’s Dock at the beginning of October, inspired by owner Andrew Macleod’s childhood meals in Emilia-Romagna and surrounding areas.  All the pasta – neatly explained at the top of the menu by shape – will be made by hand every day on site, and Head Chef Simone, who comes from Genoa, has used some of his family’s recipes to bring the menu to life.  … [Read More...]

Yammas!  London welcomes the second London Greek Wine Festival.

Theodore Kyriakou, co-owner and founder of The Greek Larder, will bring his knowledge and love of Greek wines to life alongside fabulous TV wine expert Olly Smith later this year as he curates the second official London Greek WineFestival, on the 8th and 9th October 2016. Held under the beautiful West Handyside Canopy in Kings Cross N1, in the heart of the vibrant new Granary Square development, this year the event will be bigger and better.  … [Read More...]

Whitstable gets its first food festival

Some of the UK’s best loved chefs will come together in Whitstable on October 15th to celebrate the very best of Whitstable’s food and drink in the inaugural the Whitstable Food Festival. Whitstable Food Festival will take place across the pretty coastal town on Saturday 15th October complete with talks, book signings, events and tastings. Angela Hartnett (Murano, Café Murano, The Merchant’s Tavern) will be hosting a discussion about how to … [Read More...]

Chick ‘n’ Sours comes to central London!

Carl Clarke - godfather of the chicken fry - has secured an exclusive second site for his hugely popular Chick ‘n’ Sours concept, after just one year in Haggerston. Chick ‘n’ Sours Seven Dials will open in mid-September and will have a short, punchy and reimagined fried chicken menu of free-range herb-fed fried chicken fried in state-of-the-art-fryers, bold and whimsical sides, banging flavours, sour cocktails, local beers & cracking … [Read More...]