Step Inside Lucky Cat By Gordon Ramsay – The New Asian Eating House

Surround yourself with good fortune as you step inside Gordon Ramsay’s latest opening of Lucky Cat in London’s Grosvenor Square, where golden maneki-nekos, the popular Japanese lucky talisman depicting a cat welcoming with an upright paw, line the wall of the bar into the restaurant. Launched in late June 2019, it sees Gordon Ramsay Restaurants embark…

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The World’s Greatest Restaurant Guide: Les Grandes Tables du Monde

It’s the club every elite restaurateur wants to join but few will be welcomed into – Les Grandes Tables du Monde is the world’s most elite dining guide, a club of such gastronomique clout far and wide that it’s rather like the ultimate Who’s-Who of gastronomy. They don’t look for establishments that serve superior cuisine,…

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Bake to the Future – Five of The UK’s Top Young Chefs

We meet the bright young chefs, bestowed with numerous awards already, who are mastering their future through skill, hard work, travel, mentoring programmes and competitions. Watch out for them as they shape gastronomy in the future: HENRY WADSWORTH   From:  Devon  Age: 23 Current location: Belmond Le Manoir Aux Quat’Saisons – Church Street, Great Milton, Oxfordshire, OX44 7PD …

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Step Inside The New Look Mandarin Oriental Hyde Park, London

Just in time for festive joviality, the Mandarin Oriental Hyde Park has reopened its doors for its restaurants, event spaces and spa following its most extensive renovation in its 115-year history. The hotel has been given an ultra-stylish new lease of life by a crack team of  designers: International renowned interior designer, Joyce Wang has…

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The Changing Taste of Indian Cuisine – National Curry Week

In 1998, when Indian restaurants were inexplicably linked with thick generic saucy dishes where you just added your meat choice, National Curry Week was launched to drive better awareness and appreciation of the cuisine that most saw as a lowly culinary food.  Twenty years on and that image has been completely scrambled. Next week National Curry…

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The Full List of Michelin Restaurants for Great Britain & Ireland 2019

The Michelin Guide held its bi-annual award ceremony on Monday 01st October 2018 to announce the very latest restaurants to attain a coveted one, two and three Michelin star status for its 2019 guide. In total in the Michelin Guide for Great Britain & Ireland 2019 there are now 180 Michelin restaurants in the UK…

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Burnt Goat’s Curd Cheese with Apple Purée and Salted Caramel by Jean-Didier Gouges

A vegetarian recipe from recently-appointed Head Chef Jean-Didier Gouges at The Petersham in Richmond. This dish is a winning combination of flavours. Skill Level: 3 (1 simple to 5 being complex and challenging) Serves 4 Ingredients: 150g soft matured goat’s cheese, sliced into 12 pieces 3 green apples, cut into spheres with a melon baller…

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Chef’s Recipe : Steamed Turbot with Crushed-Nasturtium Broth – by Ollie Dabbous from HIDE

From the latest venture by Ollie Dabbous – HIDE, one of the biggest and most exciting openings of 2018. Steamed turbot with crushed-nasturtium broth by Ollie Dabbous –  serves 4 Skill Level: 4 (1 simple to 5 being complex and challenging) Ingredients For the turbot 100g salt 100g fresh seaweed such as sea lettuce, or 25g…

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Ultimate Dining Experiences: where to go for one-of-a-kind epicurean adventure

We have often been asked to help with ideas for the ultimate dining experience. Whilst for most of us going to a Michelin-starred restaurant will always be a special occasion, it is not necessarily as unique, or private as some people might want. With a bit of imagination, however, and if you know who to…

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