Soft-shell crab and dried chilli in a lantern at Hutong

The height of Mid-Autumn dining

Bing Luo, the chef at Chinese restaurant Hutong, does not allow the elevated placement of his restaurant – the 33rd level of The Shard in London – to overshadow the quality and authenticity of his cuisine. We...
Artisanal hotdogs at Balthazar

Fourth of July dining in London

If you’re pining for a slice of Americana this July 4 weekend, look no further than Balthazar – the Covent Garden institution based on one of New York’s most famous brasseries. Artisanal hotdogs at Balthaza...
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Artisanal juice in The City

Cold-pressed juices are well and truly on the rise and Press, which has recently opened a new branch in culinary epicentre Broadgate Circle, is leading the way. The company has become a favourite among discer...
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A 10-course taste of Singapore

Gentrified street food is something to be approached with caution – it’s street food for a reason. Spice Market’s Peter Lloyd has done his research, though, having travelled Asia extensively, and his Singap...
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Burgers for the discerning diner

Tommi’s is a burger-lovers burger joint, with two London locations from which it serves its succinct, American-retro menu: Marylebone and King’s Road. We visited the former on a Friday evening and, as one mig...
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Asia de Cuba: The Relaunch

Perhaps fusing the cuisines of Asia and Cuba seems a strange concept – the former so often focused on precision and delicacy, the latter an endeavour in vibrancy and dramatic taste.  But, at Asia de Cuba, t...
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Fine dining on wheels

  “Food, and products relating to food, are things we’ve been building since the business opened. It was a food business that started the Peugeot business.” said Design Lab head Cathal Loughnane whe...