You can find it ‘anytime, anyplace, anywhere’, but only the finest cocktails will be on hand for this boozy grand finale
This new vegan bar and kitchen trumpets the health benefits of its offerings – and who are we to argue when it tastes so good anyway?
The cooperatively run Clarence Road spot say reveal the menu for the inaugural evening on 22 December, where ‘nobody will be refused food’
The old Monarch pub has been transformed into a boozy temple of rock ‘n’ roll, Americana, and high-calorie diner classics. Does the food get our reviewer jiving, or All Shook Up?
…but, as our resident food historian Gillian Riley spells out in this latest piece, every member of the cucurbit family of fruits is worthy of your attention
We sent a reviewer to take one of the very first London bites of this Cambridge creation – does it live up to the claim that it ‘could be mistaken for meat’? And perhaps more importantly, is it tasty?
A spin-off from a project born in the Calais Jungle, Refugee Community Kitchen sets up shop every Thursday outside Hackney Central Library
New Shoreditch restaurant Smoking Goat takes inspiration from Northern Thailand and its culture of aharn glam lao – drinking food
In hiding from Halloween, our resident historian Gillian Riley turns her imagination to Bonfire Night and the transgressive thrills and benefits of so-called ‘Papist’ garlic
Leafy greens have a crucial role to play in many global cuisines, from Seoul to the Seine. Gillian Riley leafs through her history and recipe books to make the case for the much-maligned likes of spinach and cabbage