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Inside Rivea London

ALAIN DUCASSE LAUNCHES RIVEA

Michelin star winning chef Alain Ducasse tells Alexander Larman why he’s keeping it casual (ish) for his new restaurant at the Bulgari hotel Meeting Monsieur Alain Ducasse is something of a big deal. Most chefs, regardless of their egos, still have something left to prove, whether it’s the desire to open more restaurants, win more […]

Acciuga High Street Kensington

ACCIUGA’S 1ST ANNIVERSARY

One of Kensington’s most-acclaimed new restaurants, Acciuga is celebrating its first anniversary with a new summer menu, as well as a display of artwork by acclaimed Italian pop artist Andy Fumagalli. Its name may look intimidating to pronounce (it’s sounded out like a sneeze: a-choo-ga, and means anchovy in Italian) but  this unassuming restaurant on […]

Allegra's salmon fishcakes

ALLEGRA McEVEDY ON LIFE IN WEST LONDON

Leon co-founder and chef Allegra McEvedy talks healthy, sustainable food, how Leon was at the forefront of the quinoa trend and her top west London restaurants Allegra McEvedy lives and works by the philosophy that there are more ways for a chef to make a difference than by winning Michelin stars, and that good food […]

Mina Holland's first book, The Edible Atlas, is part cookbook, part travelogue (photo Caroline True)

MINA HOLLAND’S EDIBLE ATLAS

Mina Holland’s first book, The Edible Atlas, is a round-the-world gastronomic voyage in paper form. In just over 300 pages, it elegantly circumnavigates 39 distinct cuisines

The best vegetarian cafes in south east London

SOUTH LONDON’S BEST VEGGIE CAFES

Celebrate National Vegetarian Week 2014 by visiting one of South London’s best vegetarian restaurants and cafés Domali, Crystal Palace Set in the heart of Crystal Palace on Westrow Street, the well established Domali Café (named after owners Dominic and Alison) offers a relaxed and comfortable arty café-style dining experience, with an extensive and reasonably priced […]

Hardy's 1853 Pop Up for International Chardonnay Day

INTERNATIONAL CHARDONNAY DAY

To coincide with International Chardonnay Day  and the launch of a new pop-up wine bar from Hardy’s Wine  on 23rd May, we talk to wine blogger and expert Belinda Stone from Miss Bouquet about why the grape is back in trend Why did Chardonnay get such a bad name? Consumers fell out of love with Chardonnay […]

Thomasina Miers' chilli obsession

THOMASINA MIERS’ CHILLI OBSESSION

Thomasina Miers’ Wahaca restaurants continue to sweep across London, but now she turns her attention to one small ingredient: the chilli

SABRINA GHAYOUR’S GUIDE TO PERSIAN CUISINE

Her career has just begun, but already self-taught cook and writer Sabrina Ghayour has brought the magic of Persian food to the masses; Stephen Milton finds out how When Sabrina Ghayour was six years old, she found herself enchanted by the culinary styling of Madhur Jaffrey and Ken Hom. ‘It was them and Delia who […]

Head chef of the Ledbury Brett Graham

THE LEDBURY’S HEAD CHEF BRETT GRAHAM

Brett Graham, the head chef of Notting Hill’s The Ledbury talks to The Richmond Resident about life in Richmond and his favourite restaurants

Tom Parker Bowles's favourite French restaurants in London

TOM PARKER BOWLES… ON A FRENCH LOVE AFFAIR

England and France may have had a tempestuous past, but when it comes to food, you can’t help but feel the love, writes Tom Parker Bowles

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