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London’s last word in Peruvian food

Coya, an upmarket restaurant, bar and member’s club in Piccadilly, has cemented Peruvian cuisine as much more than a passing fad on the city’s food scene.
Read more… 24 January 2013

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Mini guide to the Peak District’s restaurants and pubs

Alongside its natural splendours, this charming upland area of England is home to welcoming country pubs, cosy cafes and contemporary restaurants.
Read more… 21 January 2013

Eat your way around Yorkshire

Fifteen new culinary tours that show how the region's specialities are created, bred or grown are putting the moreish back into the moors.
Read more… 10 January 2013

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Mini guide to New Forest's pub walks

A joy to explore on foot, England’s New Forest has an abundance of trails, inns and natural beauty spread across a landscape of pastures and forests.
Read more… 16 November 2012


Aperitivo hour comes to London

The Italian tradition of aperitivo – pre-dinner drinks with snacks – is fast becoming a trend in London, replacing the after work pint with something more sophisticated.
Read more… 12 November 2012


London’s gourmet fast food fad

Bubbledogs, a new restaurant serving hotdogs and Champagne, is the latest place to indulge in the culinary trend of upscale fast food.
Read more… 06 September 2012

Exploring London’s coffee crescent

The area from Shoreditch in the east along to Farringdon in the west is a particularly rich seam for caffeine lovers.
Read more… 24 August 2012


Gourmet street food in London

Held in a 20,000sqft disused car park in East London, Red Market hosts some of London’s best guerilla grillers and roaming food stalls.
Read more… 09 August 2012

Eat your way around the Cotswolds

Long before a “back to basics” approach to cooking became trendy in the UK, this fertile English region was already renowned for its use of locally-sourced, fresh ingredients.
Read more… 02 August 2012

A beer revolution in Sheffield, England

This northern English city is quietly forging a reputation as the UK’s beer capital. If there is a British version of Portland, Oregon - albeit without the cool factor – this is it.
Read more… 23 July 2012

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