Apparently fewer than 100 tix are left for this weekend’s vegetarian event at Olympia. Find out more and book at london.vegfest.co.uk.
Whatever else you may think of coaches, they never really show much imagination on the part of their designers. But then beyond big windows, lots of wheels and a huge space for luggage, what else could there be to add to this ultimate A to B machine? That was the question that holiday company National … More Super Cute Video: Kids Imagine “My Dream Coach”
This November will see the launch of London’s first specialist Chinese hot pot restaurant, Shuang Shuang, which will open in Chinatown at 64 Shaftesbury Avenue. Hot pot is a dish with over 1,000 years of Chinese history, thought to have originated in Mongolia before spreading to China during the Tang Dynasty. It comprises a generous … More New Opening: Shuang Shuang
There’s a new weekly food and drink market opening on Saturday 26th September in Primrose Hill. Primrose Hill Market will take place every Saturday from 10am until 3pm on the grounds of St Paul’s School on Primrose Hill Road. Featuring an impressive lineup of well-respected independent producers and street food vendors, the market will also … More Primrose Hill Market Opens This Saturday
A Little Lusciousness, Grub Club’s top rated chef, and Hardeep Singh Kohli, comedian and chef extraordinaire, are joining forces to cook you a seven-course, Indian inspired feast, to raise money for charities supporting the refugee crisis. Join them for a night of food at West London’s coolest venue, Storeys, on top of the old BBC … More Ginger Spice Seven-Course Pop-Up to Raise Money for Refugee Crisis
Clapham pub, The King & Co, will be celebrating its first birthday this weekend – and you’re invited! The team will be serving a special birthday beer brewed by The London Beer Lab all weekend, as well as the first taste of the pub’s in-house IPA and a whole menu of £6 cocktails. There will … More Birthday Celebrations at The King & Co This Weekend!
Twelve dishes, twelve chefs, two teams; but only one can bring home the bacon at this year’s Dingley Dell Pork ‘Flying Visit with The Dirty Dozen’ BBQ Competition on Sunday 27th September at The Leather Bottle, Earlsfield. The 12 course pig-based al fresco battle, using premium pork supplied by Dingley Dell, will see some of the country’s top chefs go … More Swine and Dine with The Dirty Dozen
HOME, Manchester’s international centre for contemporary visual art, theatre and film, has announced its full programme for the new season from October 2015 to March 2016. It features an impressive array of new commissions, productions, collaborations and site-specific work that continues to put the organisation at the forefront of the international arts scene. Season highlights include: … More HOME Manchester Announces New Season of Theatre, Art and Film
Hello out there. I’ve just realised that I have yet to introduce myself here on this blog and just started rolling out the posts over the past month or so since I helped launch it with a couple of friends. Anwya, I’m Chris. I’ve been blogging for almost a decade – mostly about food, drink … More Meat, Meat, and More Meat?
When I say hog roast what do you think of? Me, I think of pork and apple stuffing in a bap and usually weddings. That is because in the UK when I was a kid that was the only time you saw a hog roast. At a wedding and it was only ever served in … More There’s More to a Hog Roast Than Pulled Pork