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Try dishes from around the world at this new restaurant in Westminster and get 50% off the food bill
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Updated 3/4/18 with revised opening times
Ahead of its permanent restaurant opening up in South London this summer, fresh pasta joint Fat Tony's is bringing fresh pasta to central London for two months. It'll be popping up at Tony Conigliaro's Italian Bar Termini Centrale on Duke Street.
The man behind the brand is young, self-trained chef James Young. Young has been travelling around Italy for inspiration, stopping to do a stage at
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If you can believe it, London which is about to see its 14th Taste of London festival hitting Regent's Park for the summer! The event is a celebration of the London restaurant scene. But it's also a massive draw for visitors and for visiting chefs.
This year there are two international chefs in particular that you should make a beeline for at the festival.
First is Pierre Herme, named
We're always intrigued to see how Taste of London is going to step it up each year. You can always rely on the food festival to have something new to get London's foodies going and this year is no exception. Of all the fun stuff they have planned, we reckon The Taste
Yes, there's a tube strike. And yes, it's raining too. But rather than let yourself be bogged down in general commuter misery, you could instead look at this as a great opportunity to get into a restaurant that has previously required serious planning if you were ever hoping of getting a table. And that restaurant with the mile-long walk-ins only queue? it should be much more manageable during the strike.
So rather than join the rest of humanity in the queue
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