Dessert

By Tempus | 30 Mar 2020

This Provence sommelier shares her essential tips to curating your personal wine cellar at home

Aurélie Deharbe is Chef Sommelier at five-star hotel Terre Blanche Hôtel Spa Golf Resort, Provence.  The first thing to do before creating your own wine cellar at home, is ... Read More

By Freddy Clode | 07 Feb 2020

Les 110 de Taillevent brings French romance to London this Valentine's Day

With London's fine dining scene outshining cities of the world, choosing the perfect venue to take your loved one for Valentine's Day is a nigh on impossible task. Thankfully, I've found t... Read More

By Sofia Gymer | 20 Dec 2019

A very merry Christmas: a short guide to wine-pairing this yuletide

After a whole year of being oh-so-good, the month of December is decidedly for unabashed decadence. ‘Tis the season to swap yoga for yule-logs, Pilates for parties, spin for shopping, presents a... Read More

By Ross Forbes | 12 Dec 2019

Remy Martin’s official dessert pairings are the perfect festive indulgence

Christmas is a wonderful time to revisit old comforts, indulge in a bit of luxury and even try something new. Why not all three? Cognac, traditionally portrayed as an after-dinner drink, is a spirit s... Read More

By Michelle Johnson | 05 Dec 2019

Gridiron is firing up London's Mayfair with its seasonal menu

Gridiron by COMO is an oasis of warmth beneath Park Lane hotel COMO Metropolitan London. Combining the skills of chefs Richard Turner and Stephen Englefield, this luxurious restaurant is known for its... Read More

By Rebecca Hopkins | 04 Nov 2019

How Levan's new wave of bistronomy is still shaking up London's restaurant scene

On an unassuming road in Peckham, very special things are happening in the kitchen at Levan: an all-day bar and dining space inspired by the new wave of bistronomy that began in the quartier... Read More

By Sam Bradley | 30 Oct 2019

New Chelsea restaurant The Hunter’s Moon is perfecting the fine art of contrast

Achieving the perfect contrast can be a difficult game to play. Lean too far to one extreme and all sense of balance is lost, but get stuck in the middle and you’ll be bland enough to be forgott... Read More

By Rebecca Hopkins | 07 Oct 2019

Chef Adam Handling fuses elevated gastronomy, contemporary art and sustainable produce in his ‘Shared Roots’ dining experience

He is best known for his love of local produce that defines his London flagship Frog, but chef and restaurateur Adam Handling has taken the sustainable dining movement to new heights with his new, lim... Read More

By Michelle Johnson | 04 Sep 2019

J. Sheekey Atlantic Bar’s summer lobster menu redefines theatreland dining

It’s difficult to imagine finding fine dining in the heart of London’s theatreland. Yet, established more than 100 years ago, seafood and shellfish restaurant J. Sheekey, and its sister-re... Read More

By Oli Ross | 05 Aug 2019

Elegance and eccentricity combine at Bob Bob Cité

Upon entering Bob Bob Ricard's new City-based establishment, Bob Bob Cité, you get pleasantly smacked in the face with an icy blast of new age Art Deco elegance, a mix of garish acrylics an... Read More

By Michelle Johnson | 23 Jul 2019

Chakra Kensington aims to heal from within with its elegant Indian cuisine

It's an unfair stereotype, but Indian food is often considered more accessible than it is elegant, thanks to the wealth of the brilliant mid-range restaurants that London has to offer. Enter Chakr... Read More

By Ross Forbes | 20 May 2019

Thai break: from eco-living in Koh Samui to cultural immersion in the capital

The Kingdom of Thailand is known for its fine cuisine, sandy beaches and rich cultural heritage. But what efforts is this hot-spot making when it comes to luxury travel? From my experience hopping fro... Read More

By Lauren O'Neill | 14 Mar 2019

Discover the relaxed fine-dining restaurant showcasing Florence's gastronomic arts

Florence is a city renowned for its incredible culture, picturesque buildings and mouthwatering food, but with so much to do and so many places to eat within it’s four historic walls, it can be ... Read More

By Michelle Johnson | 04 Jan 2019

Avenue's red-blooded menu brings a shot of Manhattan to St James

Nestled amid the high end St James' boutiques and restaurants, it would be easy to see Avenue restaurant as yet another business dining experience. In fact, the New York-style restaurant has had s... Read More

By Rose Adams | 30 Oct 2018

The Bürgenstock Resort is taking wellness to magnificent new heights

For a European jaunt abundant with postcard-perfect views, the Swiss city of Lucerne is the one to beat. From the Rigi, Pilatus and Stanserhorn mountains that frame its famed lake – the largest ... Read More

By Lauren O'Neill | 25 Oct 2018

Pennyhill Park offers a perfect countryside escape in Surrey

Living and working in the fast-paced city of London is truly exhilarating, but every now and then a weekend retreat is in order to reset and recharge. The beauty of the city is its close proximity to ... Read More

By Rose Adams | 26 Sep 2018

11 gastronomic launches that are not to be missed this October

As we approach the autumnal month of October, welcoming shorter days and cooler nights, there’s no better time to treat your taste buds to the finest food and drink offerings the capital ha... Read More

By Rose Adams | 14 Sep 2018

Prepare for a very fashionable weekend with our selection of London's best events

London is enjoying a modish moment this weekend as London Fashion Week makes its stylish return. A host of the biggest names in fashion are to premiere their spring/summer 2019 catwalk designs –... Read More

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