25 Of The Best Foodie Things To Try In London This Summer


Looking for the best things to try in London this summer? Whet your appetite with The Wordrobe’s gourmet guide to the city’s coolest new happenings.

From secret terraces and stylish new restaurants to the best of the brunches, fill your diary (and stomach) with our top 25.


  1 Take off with Mr Fogg’s x 365 Aviation’s new limited-edition cocktail

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Cool off with a sip of this limited-edition drink. Launched to celebrate their joint love of travel, the award-winning 365 Aviation, the premier private air charter service – and London’s most adventurous bar, Mr Fogg’s Society of Exploration, have co-created a new cocktail.

The experimental, vodka-based Chocks Away cocktail aims to push boundaries in the bar world.

The cocktail offers a twist on the traditional Martini, blending Grey Goose L’Original vodka, St-Germain Elderflower liqueur and Martini Riserva Speciale Ambrato vermouth.

Completed with a drop of olive oil mixed red food colouring floating on top, the finished creation is both delicious and unique. One mouthful, and you’ll feel like you’re soaring through the clouds.

Where: Mr Fogg’s Society of Exploration, 1A Bedford Street, Covent Garden, WC2E 9HH
When: July until November, at a cost of £13.


 2 Discover Fentimans Secret Spritz Garden

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Can you keep a secret? The Fentimans Secret Spritz Garden has opened its doors in Farringdon and it’s perfect for a seclusive sip.

Hidden behind ivy-covered walls and unknown to passers-by, the Spritz Garden is hideaway filled with fragrant herbs, aromatic plants and delicious spritz cocktails.

Created by the botanical soft drink and mixer makers Fentimans, the garden is filled with medicinal herbs and plants including 200-year-old olive tree.

Order away to enjoy the full range of Fentimans tonics – from the sweet citrus of Valencian Orange to the candied notes of Pink Rhubarb – which are complemented by homemade herbal infusions and liqueurs, fresh fruit and exquisite aperitifs.

Spritzes include the Rose Spritz (Fentimans Rose Lemonade with Martini Prosecco and fresh strawberries), Valencian Spritz  (Fentimans Valencian Orange Tonic Water with Belsazar White Vermouth and peach liqueur) and Pacific Island Spritz (Fentimans Yuzu Tonic Water with passionfruit liqueur, white wine and basil).

When: Now until – 29th August from Wednesday to Saturday, including the Sunday of the bank holiday weekend.
Where: Fentimans Secret Spritz Garden, near Farringdon station, London
How: Find out more here.


3 Sip up the sun at Gin Mare’s ‘Med Garden’ takeovers


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Gin Mare is bringing a taste of the Med to London and Manchester, with the launch of its ‘Med Garden’ take-overs. 

Taking up residence at award winning Red Lion & Sun (London), Iberica Canary Wharf (London) and Iberica Spinningfields (Manchester), Gin Mare’s Med Gardens will transport its guests straight to the relaxed climes of the Mediterranean. 

Providing the perfect setting in which to kick back with a G&T and enjoy delicious dishes, get ready to sit back and sip up the sun in style. 

On the tipple list, choose from Triple Orange G&T (Gin Mare, orange marmalade, 1724 tonic, orange bitters and orange) as well as  Mediterranean Tiger (Gin Mare, Ysabel Regina, tiger nut liqueur, banana liqueur and pineapple juice) – with plenty more to try. 

Where: Red Lion & Sun (London) Iberica Canary Wharf (London) and Iberica Spinningfields (Manchester).


4 Spend summer at Nobu Shoreditch


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Spend summer in style at Nobu Shoreditch. Offering eveything from cocktails to a weekly gin-spired Hendrick’s BBQ, there’s plenty to indulge with at this trendy hotel.

Order fresh and original Asian-inspired cocktails from the exciting new cocktail menu, such as Ki No Bi G&T Martini and Oni Negroni.

Foodies can also make the most of the daily Kampai happy hour, that runs from 4pm until 6pm. Enjoy of the team’s favourite Japanese tipples and Nobu-style bites included the beloved Lychee and Elderflower Martini (£8) and Baby Scallops New Style (£5)

Following the huge success of 2018’s Wagyu Whisky Wednesdays, Nobu Shoreditch will this year partner with the quintessential Hendrick’s Gin on their weekly Jin Wednesdays, bringing the unique magic of Nobu outdoors.

Think live DJs, an exclusive cocktail menu and of course, plenty of gourmet BBQ dishes.

Back again for a second year, the hotel has also launched their renowned Pink Free-flowing Brunch available every weekend throughout August.

For £75, guests can revel in two hours of unlimited pink Prosecco and specially curated ‘Japanese Palomisha’cocktail, a fruitful blend of Sake, Tequila reposado, Fresh Grapefruit Juice, Yuzu, Pomegranate syrup and Club Soda.

You’ll also enjoy unlimited access to the restaurant’s famed Bruch and Dessert Bars, complete with freshly-made sushi and cold dishes and a selection of Nobu-style deserts.

Where: 10-50 Willow St, Hackney, London EC2A 4BH
How: For more information and to book, please click here.


5 Discover designer sanctuary at Jurema terrace


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When the heatwave strikes, head to The Mandrake hotel for a relaxing retreat at the award-winning Jurema terrace. 

Offering a laid-back cabana affair surrounded by a lush, evergreen sanctuary of hanging passion flower and jasmine plants, this incredible space is perfect for feeling like you’re drinking tipples in the jungle rather than the heart of London.

Found on the first-floor terrace, tucked away from the bustle of the city, there’s plenty to try.

Serving bespoke cocktails and bar nibbles from YOPO, this designer terrace is exactly where you’ll find us when the hot temperatures strike.

Where: 20-21 Newman St, Fitzrovia, London W1T 1PG
How: Click here to find out more and make a booking. 

6 Help shatter mental health stigma with 100 Wardour Street 


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Break the mould – 100 Wardour St is taking strides to shatter the silence surrounding mental health and bring together the creative community with a season-long campaign called “Wardourfest”, in partnership with the charity Mental Health Mates, founded by journalist Bryony Gordon and actress Mika Simmons. 

As part of this summer campaign, launching on 2nd July, 100 Wardour St is uniting the local worlds of food, floristry, cocktails and music to open up the conversation about mental health and create an inclusive and relaxing atmosphere within the venue.

As part of this, 100 Wardour St will be inviting a host of artists and curators to celebrate individuality. 

Wardourfest will see 100 Wardour St’s Atrium transformed into a “feel good garden” designed in conjunction with Bryony Gordon.

The Soho oasis will be adorned with natural décor and bright colours specially selected to inspire a balance of calm and creativity; with a percentage of proceeds generated from the garden going direct to Mental Health Mates.

The garden will feature a range of activations from a botanical-inspired aperitivo menu featuring Ketel One Botanicals, to flower arranging classes and cocktail supper clubs where Executive Head Chef Kim Woodward will turn her talents to cocktail pairings. 

On Wednesdays, 100 Wardour is endeavouring to support and nurture young, fresh talent with their latest weekly live music showcase, ’Wardourfest Presents’ – a night which will welcome upcoming artists to the stage to showcase their creative talent. Finally on Thursday evenings, 

When: Launching 2 July 2019
Where: 100 Wardour St, Soho, London W1F 0TN
How: Click here to find out more and make a booking. 


7 Sip on Mayan-inspired cocktails at Zuma 


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Get your Zuma fix with this exciting cocktail partnership. Luxury Guatemalan rum, Ron Zacapa, has launched the Zacapa-Zuma Ritual Serves – a selection of two theatrical cocktails available exclusively at Zuma, the internationally renowned, Japanese restaurant and bar in Knightsbridge.

Inspired by Mayan heritage, these bespoke tipples, pyramid shaped glass box, with a cloud of volcanic like smoke enveloping the drinks, are perfect for a mysticalsip.

To pay homage to Mayan culture, they also feature traditional Mayan ingredients including cacao nib and black corn.

Get ready to sip on:
1 The Imox Negroni – a twist on the classic negroni, featuring Zacapa 23 rum, Campari infused with cocoa nibs, and Vermouth infused with roasted black corn
2 The Cib Colada – a take on the Pina Colada, will feature Zacapa 23 rum, coconut, vanilla, dried yuzu, pineapple, chili, star anise and charcoal, topped with bubbly sake and gold glitter

When: Available now.
Where: 5 Raphael St, Knightsbridge, London SW7 1DL
How: Visit here to make a booking. 

8 Spice up your life with Cinnamon Kitchen’s new menu and tropical terrace


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Transporting diners to a tropical oasis, Cinnamon Kitchen’s all weather terrace has been transformed this summer. Whether you fancy a quick snack or a full on feast, their new all-day dining experience will deliver on flavour fusions in a casual and relaxed summer setting.

Complete with giant palm trees, colourful daybeds and festival-style festoon lighting, Cinnamon Kitchen’s terrace is perfect to cool off with a creative cocktail and some of the best Indian food in London.

When it comes to the cocktails, make sure you don’t miss The Wordrobe’s tipple of choice: the zero-proof Peach and Chilli Iced Tea to the City Lights – a heady mix of Bacardi Carta Blanca, Amaretto, guava juice and vanilla sugar.

The extensive menu serves up some salivating dishes with the likes of tandoori Barnsley lamb chops, banana leaf-wrapped seabass, wild prawns and broccoli with almonds and rose petals. Or if you’re in need of a hearty dish, the Kitchen’s classic and flavour inducing curries or biryanis will not disappoint.

A new tasting menu is also an option here, taking diners on a journey of discovery and showcasing the very best dishes from the last 10 years at just £70 for a six course feast.

When: Available Monday – Saturday, open from noon – 11pm
Where: 9 Devonshire Square, London EC2M 4YL
How: Click here to make a booking. 

9 Open the door to Four Seasons Hotel London at Ten Trinity Square’s new terrace 


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Ready for a rooftop rendezvous? Four Seasons Hotel London at Ten Trinity Square has opened its doors to an exclusive rooftop bar, The Residence.

Situated on the terrace of one of its luxury private residences with seriously impressive views, it’s perfect for a sip of luxury.

The bar offers lounge seating, intimate tables and an exclusive VIP area for guests to enjoy the view over a menu of imaginative summer-inspired cocktails created by Harry Nikolaou, Head Bartender of Rotunda.

Drinks include The Mexican, a twist on the classic Margarita with flavours of mango and agave; The Colada, a minimalistic Pina Colada combining rum, coconut water, pineapple, lime and spices; and Harry’s signature Trinity Negroni from Rotunda.

The wine list will include a selection from Cloudy Bay. Alongside the drinks, Asian-inspired dishes and light bites will be available including a selection of sushi rolls and colourful summer salads.

When: Thursday-Friday 5pm -10pm. Saturday, 12pm – 10pm
Where: Four Seasons Hotel London at Ten Trinity Square
How: Please contact +44(0)203 297 3799 or diningreservations.tri@fourseasons.com to book. 


10 Celebrate Bastille Day with cider-fused cocktails at 108 Marylebone


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Ooh la la. If you love cocktails and all things French, pay a visit to 108 Bar at 108 Marylebone Lane for drinks with a seriously ‘sassy’ edge.

The venue is paying homage to Bastille Day, France’s most iconic celebration, with a menu of cocktails expertly blended with Normandy’s very own Sassy Cidre.

Available throughout July and August, enjoy the fragrances of France with a range of five refreshing tipples.

When: Available until the end of August 2019.
Where: 108 Marylebone Ln, Marylebone, London W1U 2QE, UK
How: Click here to find out more and make a booking. 

11 All hail the Bloody Mary at 34 Mayfair

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34 Mayfair, the sleek modern grill restaurant central London has recently launched a decadent new brunch, available every weekend from 11am until 5pm.
Featuring the likes of chocolate and hazelnut milkshakes, hot & sour Iberico ribs, buttermilk fried chicken waffles and more, this is no brunch for the faint hearted (or small appetite’d).
What’s more, they’ve recently added to the offering with arrival of a Bloody Mary Menu like no other. Think unique and never-before seen twists including mezcal and clamato, sake and beef consume, port and champagne foam. See the full tipsy lineup here. 
When: Saturday and Sunday, 11am – 5pm.

Where: 34 Grosvenor Square, S Audley St, Mayfair, London W1K 2HD

How: Please click here to find out more and make a booking. 


12 Celebrate the the 50th anniversary of ‘Abbey Road’ with The Ivy St John’s Wood

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This year will see the world celebrate the 50th anniversary of ‘Abbey Road’, one of The Beatles’ greatest most popular albums.

In celebration of the golden anniversary and the restaurant’s proximity to the iconic recording  studio, The Ivy St John’s Wood has launched an exclusive new cocktail menu, dessert and installation inspired by the Fab Four themselves.

Available from Monday 19th August until Sunday 29th September, the additions to the cocktail menu, named after iconic songs from the Abbey Road album will include ‘Here Comes The Sun’ and a tempting‘Golden Slumbers’.

In further celebration, the restaurant will offer a decadent chocolate treat inspired by the classic image of The Beatles  crossing Abbey Road.

Featuring a delicious combination of gluten-free chocolate brownies with cherries and popping  candy, the ‘Abbey Road Brownie’ (£7.95) is an explosion of flavour and the perfect delicious tribute.

Where: 120 St John’s Wood High St, St John’s Wood, London NW8 7SG
When: Available from Monday 19th August until Sunday 29th September.
How: Find out more and make a booking here.


13 Try Nightjar’s new Arts & Crafts cocktail menu


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Experience a sip of the exquisite this summer. Award-winning bar Nightjar has launched the second iteration its of Arts & Crafts cocktail menu with a focus on fascinating new distillates, liqueurs and bitters from independent distilleries.

While the Nightjar menu remains divided into the bar’s traditional four sections, spanning the history of the cocktail (Pre-Prohibition, Prohibition, Post-War and Nightjar Signatures), it embraces a diverse new range of non-alcoholic products available, such as Everleaf, Seedlip and Three Spirit.

Supporting small, niche producers who experiment with unique methods of distillation, guests can taste the likes Empirical Spirits, H.Theoria, Electric Bitters and Liqueurs, Rebel Rabbet and Kew Orangerie Triple Sec

One of the world’s best watering holes, Nightjar is frequently featured in the World’s 50 Best Bar Awards list.

On a breathe new life into forgotten cocktails and bring fresh perspective to classic recipes remains unerring, the new menu is a must-try for any drink connoisseur in the city.

Where: Nightjar, 129 City Road, London, EC1V 1JB Telephone: 0207 253 4101
How: Visit barnightjar.com or phone 0207 253 4101 to find out more and make a booking.


14 Devour St Leonards’ New Saturday Brunch


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Jackson Boxer and Andrew Clarke are introducing a brand new Saturday brunch service to their acclaimed Shoreditch restaurant, St Leonards.

An extension of St Leonards menu of honest, simple fare made with unimpeachable produce and classic flavours, Jackson and Andrew have devised dishes to tee off weekends, accompanied by brunch cocktails from their Hair of the Dog drinks list.

Served each Saturday from 12 until 4pm, temptations include Smoked pork cheek hash with poached egg & hollandaise, Bavette steak & eggs with corno peppers & salsa macha,  Grilled mushroom tartine with herbed labneh & poached eggs and Brioche ricotta with rhubarb & pistachio.

The specially created Hair of the Dog cocktail selection will be perfectly placed to accompany generous brunch dishes. Sip on Beef stock bloody marys made with beef or vegetable stock and forest salt, Walnut Margaritas with olmeca altos blanco, walnut & pale ale syrup or the N.70 10 made with mezcal, lemon juice, hogweed & cherry vinegar syrup.

When: Available at St Leonards every Saturday from 12-4pm, with brunch dishes starting from £10.
Where: 70 Leonard St, Hackney, London EC2A 4QX
How: To find out more and make a booking, please visit stleonards.london


15 Eat well at by CHLOE.


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Guac save the queen! New York’s hippest casual vegan restaurant has finally arrived in Covent Garden, serving delicious and hearty vegan dishes, by CHLOE. aims to redefine what it means to eat well. Even better, they’ll do so in style.

Referred to as ‘the best vegan restaurant in town, maybe the world’ by Infatuation and awarded ‘best veggie burgers in NYC’ by Time Out New York, by CHLOE. doesn’t compromise on flavour, taste or satisfaction.

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On the menu, you’ll find locally-sourced ingredients and fresh dishes, including the Guac Burger, Quinoa Taco Salad, and Avocado Pesto Pasta, which are all free of animal products and contain no preservatives or artificial flavours.

Pop by at the weekend for brunch to enjoy a spread of morning oats, smoothie bowls, and pancakes, along with cold-pressed vegetable and fruit juices – perfect for a lazy weekend.

Where: Drury House, 34 – 43 Russell Street, WC28 5HA
How: Click here to find out more and make a booking.


16 Refresh with Blakes’ new Monkey 47 Lavender Terrace


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Calling all botanical fans! Blakes, the world’s original boutique hotel in South Kensington, has installed a blooming lavender field across the whole of the iconic black facade of the hotel – known to be the favourite flower of the hotel’s latest guests: the Blakes bees, which reside in beehives atop the property.
As well as the installation, the hotel has launched the Monkey 47 Lavender Terrace – and it’s a summery must-visit.
The gin, boasting 47 hand-picked herbal ingredients includes fresh floral notes and a flowery lavender aroma, together with lavender, are the key ingredient of Blakes’ Bar Manager Chris Cwiek, Summer cocktail creations.
Try a trio of signature cocktails: Fields at Provence, Lavendula and Monty Mash. We especially recommend the Lavendula, made with a homemade infusion of St Germain and Monkey 47 Gin, as well as homemade lavender syrup, St Germain, Cream the Violette and lemon juice.
For the foodies, Blakes’ Head Chef Peter Del Campo has created a seasonal menu of dishes inspired by the herb including Duck Honey glazed; Beetroot cured salmon, Lavender & dill; Lavender panna cotta, Blueberry & Monkey 47 and Lavender & Monkey 47 macaroons, available rain or shine this summer.
Where: 33 Roland Gardens, Kensington, London SW7 3PF
When: Available now. 
How: Click here to find out more or make a booking.

17 Sip seasonal tipples at Coupette


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Coupette in Bethnal Green launched its highly anticipated and stunning new menu, ‘Summer’.

Created by bartender Chris Moore in collaboration with local sign writer, Ged Palmer, the new menu is the first offering from a new series of seasonal menus, many of which are inspired by local creative figures from the bar’s Bethnal Green location.

The beautifully designed cocktails sing with the optimism of the season – think plenty of fresh, fruity flavours with flavour.

While each cocktail Coupette’s menu is presented in beautiful glassware and is consciously balanced for simplicity and discovery, design also an integral to its nature.

Cost: Click here to make a booking.
Where: 423 Bethnal Green Rd, London E2 0AN


18 Go bottomless at temper


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Nothing celebrates the start of a long-awaited summer like an afternoon filled with barbecued meats, chilled drinks and a cracking playlist. temper has launched a new Bottomless Barbecue Brunch launches at its Covent Garden location, complete with DJ and all.

Book your place to enjoy a brunch feast of adobo-marinated chicken, old spot Cumberland sausages with honey & chilli salt, temper cheeseburgers, kimchi slaw and bottomless Mojitos, Cosmos, Margs, Wine and Beer for a whole 90 minutes.

Plus, all pre-booked tables will enjoy a Pimms pitcher for the table.

When: Every Saturday, tables are available from 12 noon until 3:30pm.
Cost: £35 per person.
Bookings: Visit temperrestaurant.com to find out more and book your space.


19 Enjoy pimped up pastries with Caravan Fitzrovia

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Consider yourself a croissant connoisseur? As part of an exciting new series, Caravan Fitzrovia is pimping up its pastries by calling on a handful of top cookery writers and influencers to put their own spin on the humble croissant.

For July, Edd Kimber – the winner of the first ever Great British Bake Off – has designed an exciting new croissant – and it’s a zesty must-bite.

Available from Monday 1st July at Caravan-To-Go at Caravan Fitzrovia, Edd has worked with Caravan’s Group Head Pastry Chef, Joshua Meiseman, to create a lemon, blueberry and lemon verbena croissant.

This delicious pimped-up pastry will be filled with a creamy lemon curd and a fresh blueberry compote infused with lemon verbena.

To finish, it will be topped with a blueberry glaze and dusted with dried lemon verbena powder.

The new croissant will be part of Caravan Fitzrovia’s To-Go offering for all of July and is priced at £3.80, with £1 from each sale being donated to Switchboard, the LGBT+ helpline.

Where: Yalding House, 152 Great Portland St, Fitzrovia, London W1W 6AJ
When: Throughout July.
Wallet: £3.80 per croissant. 


20 Enjoy enchanting entertainment at The London Cabaret Club.


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Enjoy some captivating cabaret with The London Cabaret Club. They’ll be taking to the stage to celebrate the start of the fabulous British summertime with its exclusive new Hats, Heels and Horses show, at the iconic Bloomsbury Ballroom.

Once the curtains roll up, discover a journey to a majestic and quintessentially British summer time, paying tribute to England’s rich cultural heritage with an all singing and all dancing extravaganza.

Think enchanting performances from dynamic dancer, impressive ballroom compositions and two exquisite menus to devour alongside.

The Diamond and Gold menu that have been carefully curated to tantalize taste buds with elegant canapes, show stopping main courses made with the best of British summer produce and decedent desserts.

The Diamond menu boats delicious dishes such as a Smoked Duck with a Crispy Noodle Salad and Pan-Fried Sea Bass with Grilled Asparagus, while the Gold menu features Beetroot marinated Salmon with spicy Horseradish Cream and Pan-Fried Rump of Lamb with Garlic Mash and tender Spring Vegetables.

For those with a sweet tooth, both menus feature devilishly delicious desserts of gooey Chocolate Fondant Tart with Raspberry Sorbet and Cream Strawberry Semi-Freddo.

When: Available now.
Where: Victoria House, Bloomsbury Square, Holborn, London WC1B 4DA
Wallet: Tickets from £65 per person.
How: Click here to find out more and make a booking.


21 Bite into burger & beer pairings at K West Hotel & Spa

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National Burger Day (Thursday 22 August 2019) is fast approaching and to celebrate the juicy occasion, Studio Kitchen at K West Hotel & Spa has a selection of patty pairings too good to miss. 

Starting from £11, Studio Kitchen will be serving up some juicy sliders with matching beers – with a varied range to choose from. 

Options include:
1 Meantime on the Seaside: Tuck into three prawn and avocado sea-sliders and a Meantime London Pale Ale.
2 Portobello Lentils: Veggies can opt for the BBQ lentil burger paired with a bottle of locally-brewed Portobello Pilsner.
3 Curious Pulled Pork: Succulent BBQ pulled pork and smoked cheese sliders including a refreshing Curious IPA. 

When: Available from Monday 19 August till Sunday 25 August 2019
Where: K West Hotel & Spa, Richmond Way, London W14 0AX
How: For reservations, please call 020 8008 6600 or click here.


22 Fight food poverty with free cocktails thanks to The Alchemist


 

Fight food poverty with this exciting initiative. Taking place on Thursday 29th August only, The Alchemist has teamed up with local charities to gift customers with a cocktail in exchange for one non-perishable food item.

Taking place to raise awareness for rising food poverty and increasing food bank usage statistics, The Alchemist has put a charitable spin on the idea of a mutually beneficial exchange.

Teaming up with local charities The Alchemist is encouraging donations to local food banks by offering customers a cocktail in exchange for one non-perishable food item.

One cocktail, The Colour Changing One, (Grey Goose vodka, Briottet apple, soda, citrus and magic), will be given for every customer that donates a food item to The Alchemist, but larger donations will be accepted and encouraged.

Once donated, the food items will then be taken to the local charity and made available to those in need. Please note, The Alchemist will accept any tinned, dried and packaged foods throughout the day, as long as they are in date, and unopened.

When:  Thursday 29th August only.  Only one cocktail exchange per person – The Colour Changing One.
Donations: The Alchemist will only accept unopened and in date; tinned, dried and packaged foods.
Website: Find out more here.


23 Make time for 12:51’s new five-course taster menu


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12:51 in Islington is kicking off each week with a five-course ‘taster’ menu served every Monday and Tuesday evening in the restaurant’s upstairs dining room.

Specially devised by Chef James Cochran, the menu will have the added bonus of being BYO so that guests can enjoy dinner out with a bottle of their favourite tipple, corkage-free.

The exciting new dishes showcase the best of James’ take on modern British cooking, uniquely defined by his Scottish-Caribbean roots and upbringing in Kent.

Sample the talented young chef’s signature creations from his time as ‘Champion of Champions’ on the 2018 series of BBC’s Great British Menu, as well as new dishes from 12:51’s ever-evolving offering.

The taster menu will change daily, but diners can expect plates such as ‘Scottish razor clam, rhubarb, hazelnut & buttermilk’, ‘Roast Cornish hake with wild garlic, cucumber, nduja sausage & pork crackling’ and ‘Slow-braised short rib of Dexter beef, wild garlic, miso, salsify, oyster leaf & bone marrow’. 

Dessert is essential, of course – bite into ‘Banana, yoghurt & peanut knickerbocker glory’ or the ‘Custard tart with honey & hibiscus ice cream’.

When: Served upstairs at 12:51 every Monday and Tuesday evening.
Where: 107 Upper Street, London, N1 1QN
Wallet: £35 per person. Click here to find out more and make a booking.


24 Sip Champagne at The Hari


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Pass the bubbles, darling. Nestled in stylish Belgravia, five-star boutique hotel The Hari, is delighted to announce details for a summer pop-up in collaboration with renowned champagne house, Moët & Chandon.

Pay a visit to admire (and Instagram) the stunning space. Surrounded by delicate touches of seasonal flowers and crawling ivy at the alfresco Garden Terrace, guests will enjoy a choice of sweet or savoury tapas-style dishes alongside a glass of Moët Rosé Imperial Champagne.

Treats include crab salad sliders and orange blossom doughnut balls- plus plenty more.

When: Until Sunday 30 June at The Garden Terrace.
Wallet: £25 per glass including sweet or savoury option.
Where: The Hari, 20 Chesham Place, London, UK SW1X 8HQ
How: Click here to find out more and make a booking.

25 Dig into Daisy Green Collection’s new plant-based menu


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The Daisy Green Collection has launched an exciting limited-time collaboration with plant-based chef Kirk Haworth of Plates, adding five beautiful plant-based dishes to its already hugely popular flexible eating menu, available exclusively at their Scarlett Green site in Soho.

The new dishes continue to push the boundaries of plant-based cuisine, bringing Michelin-star quality and flavour to the buzzing Soho neighbourhood.

A special collaboration between Plates’ Kirk Haworth (formerly of The French Laundry, Restaurant Sat Bains and Quay in Sydney) the new menu pays homage to Kirk’s culinary travels.

Inspired by Kirk’s time spent living, working and travelling around the country, the new additions are born from a personal love of Australian culture – from its renowned high standards of excellent value quality food to friendly service and bright, bold, colourful flavours.

Dishes include:  
• Tomato and strawberry tartare, chilled elderflower, mint & basil
• BBQ vegetable and kimchi taco with whipped avocado, aubergine, slow baked carrot & house pickles
• Beetroot and cumin falafel with rare grains, avocado, pomegranate & toasted seeds
• Herbaceous pancake, pickled beetroot, wild rocket & chick pea aioli
• Fragrant butternut and carrot curry, black rice, toasted broccolini & kaffir lime

When: Available now.
Where: 4 Noel Street, Soho, London, W1F 8GB
How: To find out more and make a booking, please click here.

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