October 20 2014 Latest news:
A splash of Gallic flair has landed in Stoke Newington in the form of Oui Madame: a hip new joint with lashings of garlic, fine wine and more than a soupçon of Parisian weirdness.
A Shoreditch restaurant is revamping fried chicken with a menu that is sure to ruffle feathers on London’s food circuit.
Supper clubs, where diners sit round communal tables and tuck into exotic “home-made” meals, have been around for a while now.
To celebrate British Food Fortnight, the Spread Eagle pub in Camden is putting on a special supper club this Sunday.
Cuban food generally seems to be under represented in the pantheon of world cuisine. It’s well known for it’s cigars, rum, communist regime, classic cars and, via Earnest Hemmingway, giving Mojitos to the world.
If someone invited me out to dinner, then told me we were eating right next to Leicester Square Tube, I’d vaguely start to wonder if they were harbouring some kind of grudge.
It’s both a blessing and a curse that the capital boasts good eating from the four corners of the globe.
Loping into Forge & Co on a blustery Monday night, I was looking for a certain atmosphere to rouse my mood.
Not content with having almost certainly the best beer garden in Stokie, The White Hart is now upping its food game.
Swedish food isn’t something that normally springs to mind with a mention of Brick Lane.
Green shows what he can do when he puts his mind to his rhymes in this mixed bag of a return.
Dance pioneer Matthew Bourne and his company New Adventures bring to life William Golding’s iconic dystopian novel in the show’s London debut.
This Halloween, the Barbican will see Fabio Frizzi perform music he wrote for the late Italian film director, Lucio Fulci. who directed horror classics such as Zombie Flesh Eaters and City Of The Living Dead. Here, Frizzi tells us about the collaboration.
Europe’s leading urban music awards is back in London for its 19th annual awards show and is set to raise the roof at the iconic SSE Arena Wembley.