Posts Categorized: Cool Stuff

Best Bottomless Brunch Deals in London

RETOX Brunch at W London

Sometimes life just needs to be lived without limits. Sometimes one oozing egg, one avo on toast, or one mimosa just doesn’t cut the mustard. Sometimes bottomless brunch is simply the only way to end the week. So hide the muesli at the back of the cupboard, give granola the boot, and indulge in our selection of the best bottomless brunch deals in London. Read more…

Best Feast on London Signature Dishes

Feast on London celebrates the best of the capital’s dining scene, with a whole host of deals available throughout April. You’ll also find some incredible reinventions of London classics weaved through festival menus, and we’ve listed the ones you won’t want to miss, below. Get ready for some old-faithful favourites like pie & mash, fish & chips, and pea soup. Read more…

Feast on London – Get Out More & Be Captain Restaurant

Get out more & Feast on London.
You may have seen Captain Restaurant popping up on trains, Tube platforms and train stations across London. New to the capital for 2017, Feast on London is about making us all Captain Restaurant.
You too can be that friend that nabs those hard-to-get tables, knows those backstreet gems, and snaps every Instagram food craze going. Read more…

Food Trends 2017 – Atul Kochhar, Benares

We chatted to acclaimed chef Atul Kochhar, of Michelin-starred Benares, about culinary predictions for 2017, his thoughts on the last year, and the age-old sweet vs savoury debate.

1)      What ingredients do you think will be popular on restaurant menus in 2017?
Vegetables are going to play a big role next year, with less focus on proteins such as meats. Read more…

Critic & Blogger Review Roundup 13th January 2017

Jay Rayner
Jay Rayner visits the new London opening of Aquavit, sister of the much-lauded New York site: it’s all ‘shiny and golden and glossy’, but ‘you’ll be paying’ for such things. It’s smorgasbord to start, where traditional gravadlax is ‘profoundly, indecently, lovely’, and ‘utterly engrossing’ mackerel tartare is the ‘best of these dishes’. Read more…