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The Pearson Room in Canary Wharf combines industrial style with contemporary casual

RESTAURANT REVIEW: THE PEARSON ROOM

Yasmin Prabhudas heads for The Pearson Room in Canary Wharf and enjoys cool, contemporary dining with plenty of flavour at this great Canary Wharf restaurant Strolling into the Pearson Room on the second floor of a glass-fronted building on Canada Square, we were greeted by a lively crowd of drinkers who filled up the vast New […]

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 […]

Best places for ale in south west London

THE BEST ALE IN SW LONDON

Move over stylish gastro-pub interiors and inns with Michelin stars, sometimes all you need is a really good ale, a medium-rare burger and a sun-soaked beer garden. And with that we present to you five of South West London’s best no-frills pubs The Woodman, Battersea Tucked away between an austere Victorian school and a concrete […]

Falafel with yoghurt, aubergine and red cabbage salad

THE LITTLE BOOK OF LUNCH

Thinking of what to have for lunch every day can be a nightmare. Bored of Pret sandwiches and fed up of Tescos? So were Caroline Craig and Sophie Missing, so they published The Little Book of Lunch. Here is a recipe from the book, that will hopefully inspire you to have a delicious lunch Recipes […]

Thomasina Miers

TOMMI MIER’S WELSH RAREBIT RECIPE

Try Thomasina Mier’s take on the classic toasted cheese, taken from her latest cookbook Chilli Notes Recipes to Warm the Heart Not Burn the Tongue      

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

The Ledbury's Summer Dessert

THE LEDBURY’S SUMMER DESSERT

How to make The Ledbury’s whipped ewes milk yoghurt with wild and cultivated strawberries, strawberry sorbet and verbena meringues

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

South London's best undiscovered restaurants and bars

SOUTH LONDON’S UNKNOWN EATERIES

South London’s best restaurants and bars that you won’t have heard of before, chosen by Mina Holland, author of The Edible Atlas

Penfolds celebrates 170 years with a rare Bin 170 Kalimna Shiraz and Imperial case by David Linley

PENFOLDS RELEASES BIN 170 RARE SHIRAZ

Last night Australian winemaker Penfolds celebrated its 170th birthday by revealing its collaboration with Belgravia furniture designer Linley and a bespoke wine room housed in the flagship store on Pimlico Road Last night Australian winemaker Penfolds celebrated its 170th birthday by revealing its collaboration with London furniture designer David Linley, along with a special edition […]

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