We have two pieces of Trivet-related news today.
First, their pastry chef Arran Schaffer has moved on to create a new project with ex-Ritz pastry chef de partie Derya Adema, called London Loaves. It's a micro-bakery in Stoke Newington, currently popping up at the Flowers N16 Garden centre on Church Street. Derya tells us that they set up London Loaves as a passion
If you're looking to stock up on Italian groceries and have Angela Hartnett cook you pasta-to-go, then right now Cafe Murano Bermondsey is where it's at.
Have you been missing St John's amazing custard doughnuts? Or maybe there aren't enough Eccles cakes in your life right now? Well, the wait is nearly over as this week sees the return of the St John Bakery.
They're starting things off with the main bakery on Druid Street in Bermondsey and we're promised the return of fresh doughnuts, pastries, sourdoughs, raisin loaves, wine and more. Quoting Fergus
Just across London Bridge, the delights being delivered include excellent tapas, proper bao buns, Middle Eastern mezze and lots more.
Ever since we spotted her talking on Instagram about getting ready to do takeaways, we've been waiting for Angela Hartnett to release more details. In an email to customers today she finally revealed that she'll be doing a delivery service for Cafe Murano.
Using the group's latest restaurant to open - the one in Bermondsey - they'll be doing all manner of ready-made meals and fresh pasta both to collect
José's tapas bar may be closed, but you can get the complete Pizarro experience at home, delivered. We gave it a try.
It's a good week for Spanish food lovers in London. Two of the city's best Spanish restaurants are reopening for delivery. So if you can't get to Galicia or Extremadura, then at least you can enjoy the gorgeous food from that region in your home.
First up is José Pizarro who has opened a delivery and collection service from his restaurant Pizarro in Bermondsey. On offer, you'll find a range of classic tapas, including Galician
Newish pasta spot Legare in Tower Bridge is among the many London businesses pivoting to a new way of doing business in the wake of the Covid crisis. They're now open as a collection and takeaway-only spot, with plans to offer delivery soon.
Taking a quick look at their new streamlined menu, seems there's plenty to keep SE1 residents happy. You can order ribollita, salumi platters and gorgeous-sounding sarnies (Porchetta
The same team who recently brought us Catford Mews culture centre in Lewisham, are now setting their sights on Bermondsey. The Really Local Group's next venture is The Blue - an all-day community space.
The project sees the Really Local Group take over the old Thorowgoods furniture shop, bringing a three-screen cinema to the area along with a coffee shop, a café, bar, co-working and a food and craft hall featuring local artisans and
Dandy, as a concept, has roamed all over London - now it's settled down in permanent digs in Bermondsey's Maltby Street. We went to try out its latest iteration.
Jonny Lake and Isa Bal have opened Trivet in Bermondsey - and they've brought plenty of ex-Fat Duckers with them. We nipped over to London Bridge to check them out.
Two Italian friends are behind this new seafood restaurant and wine bar on Bermonsey Street where the Italian wine selection is every bit as important as the fresh and raw fish being served up
We head over to Bermondsey to see how Tom Cenci's menu has transformed what used to be Village East into Loyal Tavern.
Bermondsey is the next location for Angela Hartnett's Murano spinoff, with classic Italian dishes and cocktails on the menu.
Ex Duck & Waffle chef Tom Cenci comes to Bermondsey to launch Loyal Tavern, taking over from Village East (but run by the same group). There will be seasonal menus - and cheese toasties for late-night snacks.
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