London is over 1,000 miles away from the Amalfi Coast but Sorella in London’s Clapham neighbourhood wants to make guests feel like they’ve stumbled upon a restaurant on the Italian coast line. The restaurant is owned by Robin and Sarah Gill, the same team behind The Dairy, a seasonal, vegetable-forward restaurant in the same neighbourhood. […]
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 […]
Here’s an interesting quote by Leonard Woolf, Virginia’s husband. ‘It is surprising how much one can produce in a year, whether of buns or books or pots or pictures,’ it goes. ‘If one works professionally for three and a half hours everyday.’
‘I would never return to the UK.’ For a chef who grew up in an English pub, and who graduated through the hallowed kitchens of St John, Edward Delling-Williams doesn’t seem to miss too much about British life and work. To be fair to him, being weaned on the local bitter can be a experience […]
Slow Food Dublin’s inaugural food festival, Slow in the City, took place recently in one of the city’s oldest neighbourhoods – The Liberties. Dee Laffan reports on the highlights from the festival and the ethos at the heart of it.