Arthur Hooper’s in the London Bridge neighbourhood has its roots in the market that surrounds it. The restaurant is named after a fruit and vegetable salesman that lived in the Victorian era and his occupation informs the menu of small plates that highlight produce and product from the UK. Angus Wilcox-Pook works the front of […]
There’s a reason why fish & chips is one of Britain’s national dishes. And it’s not necessarily down to a good, crunchy batter; the softness of a well-blanched chip; or liberal lashings of salt and vinegar.
Mike, as he likes to be called, is the type of chef whose passion for food exudes every discussion. A conversation with him is a learning curve and his cheery energy for his work is remarkable. With an appearance on The Great British Menu and the opening of M Bar and Grill in September, the […]
A Q & A with chef Bonny Porter of Balls and Company about her global festive menu Sometimes the most simple dish can updated with a little creativity and the right touch. Last year, chef Bonny Porter, founder Balls & Company, a meatball-centric restaurant in London, decided to create a special meatball for the holiday […]
The bar is where it’s at. In decades past, diners would use the bar to have a drink or wait for additional guests before entering the dining room. Today, diners see bar dining as another option, and some even prefer it to sitting in the dining room.