Greggs has refused to disclose details of its new “black card” that entitles holders to free Greggs for life, possibly because it’s as simple as that. The national bakery presence-turned-pop culture hero
The founders of Oklava, the two-site Turkish restaurant, bakery, and wine bar found in Shoreditch and Fitzrovia respectively, have responded to the government’s pledge to overhaul to the U.K. immigration
This weekly column suggests London restaurants to try over the weekend. There are three rules: The restaurants must not be featured in either the Eater London 38 Essential map, or the monthly updated and
London Fashion Week began with dinner at Laylow in Notting Hill. It wasn’t an official event, but Vogue editor-in-chief Edward Enninful’s early birthday party — he’ll be in Milan for the big day, of course.
Home Secretary Priti Patel has today announced new plans for U.K. immigration law, which would have major ramifications on the restaurant industry, a sector which is fundamentally dependent on a category
Congratulations to the New York Times for writing a piece on the state of London food that isn’t laden with out-of-date generalisations. 2018’s ‘Beyond Porridge and Boiled Mutton’ caused consternation
London’s bar scene, no longer mysterious slash laughable, is held in highest regard by the world’s bartending fraternity. These essential 15 addresses will bring the most elegant negroni, the most inventive
Welcome back to Insta Stories, a column examining the London restaurant scene through the often-problematic medium of Instagram. This week’s filter is a full Nelson. Q: Is Valentine’s Day a charming opportunity
Nuno Mendes, London’s most famous and revered Portuguese chef, has departed Michelin-starred restaurant Mãos. He opened the tasting menu space with Blue Mountain School entrepreneur James Brown on Redchurch
Michelin-starred Mayfair restaurant Gymkhana will reopen on 18 February, 9 months after a fire shut the premises down. The menu that made it famous and earned it that Michelin star in 2014 remains, with
Burger King is scared of the U.K.’s potato sandwich game Burger King is reintroducing a french fry sandwich to its menu for the first time since 2013, when it tried to put French fries in a bun with a
For an island nation, Britain’s seafood culture is underdeveloped. Its rich waters do not give its coastal towns the kind of restaurants that are commonplace in the likes of Spain or Japan. Of course,
One of London’s most creative and singular chefs, Leandro Carreira, will open a new Portuguese taberna in Soho in April, in partnership with Alex Hunter of Bonnie Gull Fitzrovia and The Sea, The Sea on
Great British Menu returns to the BBC in Spring, with judges Andi Oliver, Oliver Peyton, and Matthew Fort asking some of the U.K.’s best chefs to cook a series of dishes inspired by children’s literature.
Among the usual what-the-fuckery that surrounds environmentally conscious tyre manufacturer Michelin’s annual star release, one elevation stood out four months ago. Comparing it to the Oscars, Mayfair
Anthony West, the cafe owner and barista behind The Black Chapel in Wandsworth — one of London’s best coffee shops before West left the business 2018 — will open a new late-night cafe and dessert shop