This Christmas, Chelsea restaurant, Rabbit and their sister Notting Hill restaurant, The Shed will be offering the perfect festive feast to reviving tired shoppers and fill them with Christmas cheer. With an array of Yuletide treats including woodcock pate, black truffle and manor farm cheddar fondue and venison cigars the Gladwin brothers will have Santa… More Chrismas Comes To The Shed & Rabbit
If you’re considering a post-holiday-party-season detox, here are some facts about vegan and vegetarian living. Check out the infographic.
NOMA – MY PERFECT STORM is a feature-length documentary film about celebrated chef René Redzepi set against the backdrop of his Copenhagen-based restaurant, Noma, voted The Best Restaurant In The World 2010, 2011, 2012 and 2014. Famous for its reinvention of Danish cuisine and pioneered approach to “foraging”, sourcing nearly all ingredients from the various… More Trailer for Noma, My Perfect Storm
The House of Ho’s new flagship restaurant will open on 1st December 2015 on Percy Street, W1, with new Chef Director Ian Pengelley at the kitchen helm. Set in an impressive four-storey townhouse, The House of Ho will offer a contemporary, Vietnamese take on a bygone colonial era. The House of Ho will be open… More Ian Pengelley To Open Percy Street House Of Ho Flagship Restaurant
In the year that the British Street Food Awards partnered with Universal Music, it felt right for the final of the 2015 food fight to take centre stage at The O2. After four regional heats, the country’s best vans, trucks and trailers will park up in London for a massive cook-off on December 5th and 6th making the… More British Street Food Festival & Awards 2015
The House of Ho restaurant on Old Compton Street has now rebranded to ‘Ho’ – based on the sights, sounds and aromas of a Vietnamese kitchen. The re-brand is ahead of the new flagship House of Ho restaurant which will open on Percy Street on 1st December. New Chef Director of the Group, Ian Pengelley… More The House of Ho, Old Compton Street Rebranded as ‘Ho’
Chablis is located in the north of the Bourgogne wine region, and is simple to grasp. It has a single varietal, Chardonnay, and produces only white wine. This video tells you more!