There's no doubt that restaurants with access to an outside area are going to have a better time of it than others as places reopen for business this weekend. So props to The Berkeley who not registered, 'ooh we have quite a decent outside space at the back of the hotel' but also 'why don't we do something brand new with it?'
To that end, they'll be opening an entirely new alfresco restaurant on Saturday. The Garden at The
Look, we were already jealous about folks living in SW1, but now we're even more so.
Not only are they in one of London's swankiest postcodes, but now they're also getting an at-home cocktail service direct from The Berkeley's Blue Bar.
The Blue Bar Bikes are now available seven days a week. So if you fancy one of their martinis mixed for you on your doorstep, you simply call them up and one of the team will
Harrods have kicked their men's shoe department upstairs, creating a large space for their newest offering, an all day restaurant that'll be great for the kids too.
We may be a few months into 2020, but news from the Heston Blumenthal camp is that they intend to mark the occasion with a new series of menus at the two-Michelin-starred Dinner by Heston Blumenthal located in the Mandarin Oriental Hyde Park hotel.
Called ‘Edible History’, the menus intend to commemorate significant moments in both time and literature. One of these significant moments in time is The Fat Duck’s
Cueing lots of talk about "breakfast at Tiffany's" Harrods is about to get a brand new cafe in conjunction with the famed jeweller. They're launching The Tiffany Blue Box Cafe which will be landing in Harrods - the first time it's appeared in Europe (the original launched two years ago in New York, of course).
As you can expect it'll look very pretty with their Tiffany blue
It's all change at the Fat Duck Group in 2020 following an announcement on New Year's Day by their executive head chef of Dinner at Heston, Ashley Palmer-Watts that he was leaving.
Posting on social, the chef at the two Michelin-star restaurant said: "After 20 incredible years, it is time for me to move on from Bray for a new chapter and to take on fresh challenges. I will initially be spending soem time with my family as I
One of London’s top hotels, The Berkeley, has gone all secret squirrel on us. They've been working on a brand new bar and opened it without anyone having a clue. Called The Berkeley Bar and Terrace, it's the hotel's second bar, joining The Blue Bar, and will be a pretty cosy, intimate affair by the sounds of things.
While the terrace part of the equation is going to be pretty
The main restaurant at the Bulgari has been reborn as Sette. That means a brand new look, an Italian menu via New York and much-lauded pasta dishes. We popped down to try it out.
Harrods has unveiled its glittering, redesigned Dining Hall and it turns out to be quite the food destination.
We're now in the final stages of Harrods' Food Hall 2.0. Over the course of almost two years, the famed department store has been slowly unveiling a multi-million pound redesign of its food and drink emporium. Firstly, there was the revamp of the wine department, followed by the
22/7/19 update, unfortunately, the residencies have been cancelled.
Sweet-toothed fans of afternoon tea will want to make a beeline for Harrods this summer. The Knightsbridge department store has enticed four of the best French pâtisserie chefs – Pierre Hermé, Angelo Musa, Cédric Grolet and Yann Couvreur - to put on residencies in their tea rooms.
The series, which runs from July through to
The Mantl is offering up a modern take on Turkish cuisine in the heart of Knightsbridge.
It's all change at the Bulgari hotel in Knightsbridge where Rivea is being replaced by Sette and the whole restaurant and bar is being turned, literally, upside down.
There's no surer sign that summer's on its way than when terraces, all across town, begin to be unveiled in their new plumage.
Top of your to-try list has to be the new Perrier-Jouet terrace at Harrods which launched to a celeb crowd last week. The fourth floor terrace (we honestly didn't even know it was there) is apparently a sunny spot facing due south west - perfect to sit and sip Champagne in. And when the weather properly bucks up there's an
One properly iconic London dish is Marcus Wareing's custard tart. Adapted from his own grandmother's recipe, it first hit centre stage when it was picked as the dessert course in the first ever Great British Menu back in 2006. That's when Marcus cooked it for the Queen’s official 80th birthday lunch at Mansion House.
At the time he told The FT, "The challenge is in getting the right balance between egg, cream, sugar and milk. It took weeks to
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