This International Chefs Day we’re turning the spotlight onto Chef Rajiv who shares his blessings of 2020 and flying the flag for Nepalese cuisine at the British Street Food Awards!
There is a tiny cafe in Soho that was a lifesaver during lockdown… B Bagel Bakery Bar!
Tim Baros takes us on his culinary experience dining at the Old Compton Brasserie after its recent re-opening since lockdown… It was surely missed during the COVID lockdown – but to be back there, on opening day – July 4th – and to be greeted by Max, one of the best restaurant managers in townContinue reading “Old Compton Brasserie is Back and Better Than Ever”
Three awesome artists; Fergus, Joe Slater and Morganway gave short 30 minute sets in an incredible space below Hotel Chocolat on Monmouth Street, hosted by Talentbanq.
About last night… There’s only one place that could take me from London to Mexico, with a stop-over sip of Paris and Tokyo – without actually getting a flight. Last night I was at the launch of Experimental Negroni Club installation at Henrietta Hotel, in partnership with CAMPARI… A celebration honouring 100 years of the NegroniContinue reading “Henrietta Hotel presents Experimental Negroni Club, Covent Garden”
2019 marks a monumental year for Regent Street as the landmark street celebrate its 200th anniversary. Established in 1819, Regent Street has been at the heart of London for two centuries, evolving into a world-renowned destination for shopping, dining and and memorable moments such as it’s iconic Christmas lights. Named after the Prince Regent, throughout itsContinue reading “200 years of Regent Street”
“A rainbow flag, it plays such a significant role in my life as it represents what could have been and would have been in my life if… And when I touch it today, I will thank it of its existence and remembering the life of many, including friends of mine who have died quite youngContinue reading “#PrideIdol: Julius Reuben”