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Eating Out

Thursday, February 16, 2017

With the combination of The Bach’s spacious limed wooden décor and bang on trend clean-living menu, I feel totally at home in the new Hoxton Street brunch spot.

Emma Bartholomew checks out Shane Harrison’s second restaurant at the Olympic Park’s former press centre

Emma Bartholomew tests the first ever dim sum class at the Chinese Laundry and manages to create a regional variation.

Here are a few ideas for easy V-Day recipes. This four-course dinner should take you at most a couple of hours to make.

Tami Isaacs Pearce from Karma Bread Bakehouse in South End Green talks about setting up her bakery and becoming part of the Hampstead community

25 year old Georgia Green, who has baked cakes for celebrities such as Cara Delevingne, is hoping to be the next Nigella

Whether you’re feeling romantic or distinctly the opposite, we’ve rounded up a few options for how to spend this Valentine’s Day

What’s striking as you enter Pomona’s is the David Hockney inspired décor.

With Chinese New Year is just around the corner, Zoe Paskett rounds up a few places for you to prepare your palate

Mastermind behind 69 Colebrooke Row and Bar Termini will unveil his new venture in Kingsland Road in February

EMMA BARTHOLOMEW gives the thumbs up to the revamped cocktail list at Tapas Revolution in Shoreditch

A “theatrical” in-house butchery and a Ligurian bakery are the highlights of the third incarnation of Macellaio RC.

CORIANDER STUTTARD travelled to Tuscany this autumn to help out with the olive harvest at Agriturismo Donata Origo

I’m no ramen expert, but Bone Daddies’ tonkutsu might just be the richest served up in London.

The thrust behind the new healthy kids’ menu at Theo’s Simple Italian became apparent, when my daughter’s friend proclaimed she had never eaten carrots in her life - because vegetables make her “want to throw up when they get to her throat”.

The Gazette samples the tapas at Brindisa Shoreditch, where Spain’s artisan producers are celebrated.

The Old Dairy reopens with a new menu that leaves ZOE PASKETT craving just about all of the dishes they have on offer

Zoe Paskett visits Panzo, Exmouth Market’s new pizza place that uses a special twice cooked rice dough

The roof top at the Queen of Hoxton is reinvented every season – and winter tends to be my favourite time of year.

The Gazette catches up with Marco Pierre White in his eponymous Islington Steakhouse for the launch of his latest cookbook, Essentially Marco.

The 17th century Carmelite’s garden is one of many long lost Venetian vineyards in the middle of a revival, for the sake of wine education

Dave Arkin of Arancini Brothers and chef Mark Hix talk to Zoe Paskett about specialising their food and the difficulties in the restaurant industry

According to UNICEF there are around 13.5 million people in Syria in desperate need of aid. #CookForSyria aims to help.

When Ottolenghi hands you the mantle of “new champion of Middle Eastern food”, you’ve got to be doing something right

As a working mother-of-three with a non-stop schedule, dinner time all too often creeps up and I’ll find the cupboards are bare – but there are hungry mouths to feed.

EMMA BARTHOLOMEW dines at Sagardi, the first branch of the Basque chain to open in the UK after Spain and Latin America

Last Days of Shoreditch returns for a winter run until December 17 every weekend up to Christmas.

Emma Bartholomew attends the launch of Helio’s Cantina, set in a London Fields railway arch alongside a 54-seater cinema

After learning the traditional dishes from his mother, Richard Elysee is sharing his family recipes and hopes to spread the knowledge of this distinctive cuisine throughout the capital.

The Islington Townhouse is the latest venue from Hippo Inns, serving pub food style tapas with a buzzing atmosphere

After a long summer, the temperature in Gozo is cooling down to the mid 20s, and culinary thoughts move away from salads and chilled vegetable soups

One-time ‘enfant terrible’ of the British culinary landscape, Marco Pierre White, was the youngest chef to be awarded three Michelin stars 20 years ago when he was just 33 – a title he still holds to this day.

Bridget Galton talks to two brewers fascinated by the alchemy of mixing barley, hops, yeast and water.

EMMA BARTHOLOMEW visits Oslo in Hackney Central, where the new lunch time menu is inspired by Scandinavia

Oktoberfest East has Bavarian specialities, DJs, games and Munich imported beer

Korova in Tufnell Park serves delicious Mediterranean style food throughout the day using locally sourced, seasonal produce.

Fierce and passionate Fiona Provan, who owns The Calf at Foot Dairy on the Suffolk/Norfolk border on the Somerleyton Estate, is trying to change dairy farming

Newington Green is home to The Alma, one of my all time favourite pubs. But tonight I am visiting the Lady Mildmay, just around the corner. Bearing in mind the location, it has a lot to live up to.

Emma Bartholomew discovers a new passion for turkey at Strut & Cluck in Shoreditch.

McQueen bar has expanded across the street in a disused yard revamped as an al fresco terrace, where its pimped-up ‘posh dogs’ have been named after the iconic actor.

A relaxed atmosphere and sophisticated tastes meet Zoe Paskett at Salut! where she finds delight in modern European meat and veg

Emma Bartholomew tries out 100 Islington, the second venue from the super-talented chaps behind the successful smash-hit 100 Hoxton.

“Modern dining using ancient techniques” is Smoke and Salt’s motto, and it makes for intriguing and immaculately presented food.

Farley Macallan “reinvents the local” with biodynamic wines and provides a welcoming atmosphere, despite its position on Hackney’s noisy crossroads

“You’re going to be ok, it’s like eating peanuts,” my friend coaxed me, as I contemplated spooning the grasshoppers past my lips, which were on top of the guacamole sitting in front of me in Santo Remedio.

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