db dines on parmesan custard arancini and soft shell crab at Four to Eight – a former sandwich shop that has been transformed into a smart Italian eatery.
Wine and cheese might be a match made in heaven, but one expert is recommending that the French eat their national dish with whisky instead.
With London now arguably the trend-setting culinary capital of the world, we round up the 10 most exciting restaurants of 2014 and their signature dishes.
The first restaurant focusing on food consumed during the Paleolithic era has opened in London’s Westbourne Grove.
A Champagne bar has launched a £60 glass of mulled wine which it claims is the most expensive in the UK.
Worksop-born wonder chef Jason Atherton aims to crack New York next year with his debut venture in the Big Apple.
From high-class cafés to sky-high dining rooms, we round up some of London’s top brunch spots, for when a cup of tea and a slice of toast just won’t do.
The “world’s first” alcohol-infused olives, which promise to “dirty up” a classic Martini, have been launched by a UK company.
Michelin-starred chef, Akrame Benallal, is introducing new menus at his Hong Kong restaurant, with a particular emphasis on white truffle.
After it was awarded a Bib Gourmand by Michelin, Lucy Shaw meets the co-founder of London’s hottest new restaurant, The Palomar.
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