The UK pub industry looks like it could have a new lease of life, as research has shown that nearly half of the country’s bars have been opened in the last three years.
With three short Burgundy vintages and the subsequent price hikes, savvy consumers are waking up to German Pinot Noir according to chef Martin Lam.
db catches up with graphic designer turned chef Vicky Lau, owner and head chef at Tate Dining Room in Hong Kong, who was named Asia’s Best Female Chef in January.
London institution The Savoy on the Strand has employed its first female head chef at the Savoy Grill for the first time in the five-star hotel’s 126-year history.
One maverick chef has taken to Instagram to prove that Michelin-starred presentation need not be confined to fine dining establishments.
British chef Gordon Ramsay aims to teach the Bordelais a thing or two about cooking with the opening of a restaurant in Bordeaux’s historic Golden Triangle.
db’s resident foodie, Lucy Shaw, heads to Brindisa’s newest addition in Soho to feast on chorizo fritters, suckling pig and aged manchego.
Upmarket sandwich pit-stop Pret A Manger is trialling sit-down evening meals along with an accompanying wine and beer list in one of its flagship London premises.
The Peers’ Dining Room in the House of Lords will open to the public in the run-up to the general election on 7 May.
db’s Lucy Shaw heads to Michelin-starred Indian Tamarind in Mayfair to road test its new tasting menu, where she encounters transcendent tandoor chicken.
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