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.
A self-confessed “egg pervert” has opened a restaurant in east London that puts the humble egg on a pedestal.
A broken Victorian corkscrew made from pieces of old London Bridge has been bought for £40,000 at an auction in Essex, over 100 times its asking price.
Next month will see the UK’s first official “Bourgogne Week”, with Burgundy-themed events in London to coincide with the region’s 2013 vintage launch.
Justin Knock MW has hailed the independent retail sector as “one of the biggest success areas” for the UK wine trade in recent years.
London-based independent wine merchant Philglas & Swiggot has been acquired by a group of investors in the wine trade including Justin Knock MW.
The brother of Razorlight singer Johnny Borrell is set to open a cocktail bar in an abandoned public toilet.
Marlon Abela, owner of two Michelin-starred London restaurant The Greenhouse, has acquired a controlling stake in UK independent wine merchant OW Loeb.
The owner of a London bar cancelled an “international car brand’s” Christmas party after receiving an email from the company asking if it was a “gay bar”.
One of just six, six-litre bottles of beer worth £800 has gone on sale in London.
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