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Gourmet

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 […]

Japanese restaurant pop-up Kurobuta finds a permanent home in Bayswater

KUROBUTA LAUNCHES IN BAYSWATER

Kurobuta has taken London by storm with its ‘post-Japanese’ cuisine. Alexander Larman chats to its charismatic chef, Scott Hallsworth, about why his new opening’s going to be even better Japanese cuisine always used to be associated with enormous refinement and precision in this country; an evening eating sushi and sashimi while drinking expensive sake seemed […]

West London bakeries

5 OF THE BEST BAKERIES IN WEST LONDON

Nothing beats the smell of freshly-baked bread, apart perhaps from the taste of freshly-baked bread. Get your fix at one of west London’s best bakeries in Teddington, Stamford Brook, St Margaret’s, Richmond and Chiswick   The French Tarte Surbton’s award-winning patisserie café, The French Tarte, now has a sister site in teddington. Chef-owner Eric Guignard […]

West London's cocktail bars

WEST LONDON’S SIGNATURE COCKTAILS

Overwhelmed by cocktail menu choices when you’re out in bars? Stick to the classics with our pick of west London’s best signature drinks

French seafood restaurant Le Colombier

RESTAURANT REVIEW: LE COLOMBIER, CHELSEA

As one of Chelsea’s oldest and most classic French restaurants, Vicky Smith finds Le Colombier to be full of charm, authentic French food and good company La Colombier has been serving a slice of first-rate French fare to the discerning diners of Chelsea since 1998. Sixteen years on, it’s still buzzing on a Friday lunchtime, […]

Gastronhome, Balham, restaurant review

RESTAURANT REVIEW: GASTRONHOME, BALHAM

Sudi Pigott heads to Hildreth Street in Balham’s latest restaurant opening and finds West End-style dining in SW12

From food to antiques, North London boasts a multitude of markets to while away many an hour. Mark Kebble picks out 10 of the best

SEVEN NORTH LONDON STREET MARKETS

From food to antiques, North London boasts a multitude of markets to while away many an hour. Mark Kebble picks out seven of the best

Cook & Garcia

5 OF THE BEST WEST LONDON DELIS

From sandwiches and salads, to cheese and charcuterie, we round up the best of West London’s delicatessens

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