April 25 2014 Latest news:
Forget about Willy Wonka and his chocolate factory! Look a bit closer to home for a true tongue tingling story of how one man launched a family recipe for chocolate samosas into one of the biggest supermarkets in the country.
East London food company, Grub, is hailing grasshoppers, crickets and worms as tasty treats and an alternative protein source.
“There is something for everyone at this event” – is something I thought I would never say about an evening of entertainment.
Do you like burgers? No, I mean do you really like burgers? You do? Well it’s good news for you, my friend, because a whole festival dedicated to meat in a bun is coming to London.
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Shaka Zulu is evidently a place for which one dresses up.
It was a Made in Chelsea medley at the first of Bar Galante’s themed month end parties.
Tibits in Heddon Street is a great addition to the vegetarian scene in central London, as long as you can get past the pay-for-what-you-eat concept.
Hirsute London drinkers will be pleased to know the country’s most ‘beard-friendly’ pub is in the capital.
The National Fish & Chip Awards are celebrating 25 years in 2014, but this year the prestigious competition has snubbed London’s takeaways, with none of the capital’s restaurants shortlisted for the top prize.