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Fatt Pundit Brings Indo Chinese Food to Soho

A new kind of food is arriving in Soho on Monday, 11th March, with the opening of Fatt Pundit (77 Berwick Street) and its Indo Chinese menu.

Originating from Kolkata, Indo Chinese was invented when the Hakka people migrated to India from the Chinese province of Canton, bringing with them their culinary treasures. …

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The Oden Bar Has Been Officially Launched

The Oden Bar, an informal and secret Japanese bar with just twelve seats serving just one dish, hidden in the lower ground of Mayfair restaurant Cubé, has been launched.

Oden is one of the oldest fast foods in Japan with roots stretching back hundreds of years and typically eaten in colder months. To …

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World Book Day at The Bloomsbury Club Bar

The Bloomsbury Club Bar will be celebrating World Book Day on Thursday 7th March by offering guests the chance to channel the infamous Bloomsbury Set and trade books for cocktails – literary inspired, of course.

In homage to the Bloomsbury Set, The Bloomsbury Club Bar will be joining over 100 other countries in …

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Celebrate Pie Week in London

This week (4th to 10th March) is British Pie Week and to celebrate it in style, we put together some of the best sweet and savoury pies you can find in London!

Pithivier Pie at The Baptist Grill

Executive Chef Tony Fleming serves his signature pithivier at the Baptist …

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Pancake Day at 108 Brasserie

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108 Brasserie invite guests to celebrate Pancake Day on Tuesday 5th March, to join them in treating themselves to a delicious menu of pancakes. Whether your choice is a traditional ‘Classic’ with Lemon & Sugar (£3), an indulgent ‘Greedy’ with Peanut Butter & Banana (£3) or a more continental ‘French’ with Fried Egg, Mushrooms & …

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Les 110 de Taillevent Appoints New Head Chef

Ross Bryans has been appointed Head Chef at Les 110 de Taillevent London, serving a new menu showcasing his effortlessly creative approach to cooking and his deep understanding for classical techniques from his French culinary background. Ross Bryans has worked alongside some of the best chefs in the world, from Clare Smyth to Richard Corrigan …

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