Review – Prime Burger, The Christmas Dinner Burger

Everyone loves Christmas. And everyone loves burgers. So who wouldn’t love a Christmas dinner burger? It’s that time of year when the festive foods come out to play. The red cups at Starbucks keep arriving earlier and earlier, and I’m sure I had a Pret Christmas Lunch sandwich in
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MeatLiquor: Vegan Triple Chilli Challenge

I am sweating. But it’s a good sweat. Its not a meat sweat. It’s a plant sweat. I’m up on stage with two other potential champs at Meat Liquor’s latest flagship restaurant near Oxford Circus. It’s a noisy dark American diner peppered with bright illuminated signage, dark wooden
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Paul Kelly hosts KellyBronze: Bred to be Wild

Words by Lisa Currie   Turkeys for Christmas With December already upon us and Christmas fast approaching, the British public are sure to be on the look-out for the all-important turkey to grace the centre of their Christmas feast. Before we all charge off to Tesco’s frozen
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Review: Iron Bloom

Innovative food is coming back to Shoreditch – but is Iron Bloom a proper restaurant or just another a Nathan Barley sterotype? TB heads down to the birthplace of the hipster to find out if it’s totally awesome or totally Mexico. Rating: Four stars Cuisine: British
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Crunchy, sweet, salty., sticky - generally amazing food

Review – Tudor Pralines

How one blacksmith became the king of sweet almonds Located in between some of the bigger boys of festival munch Tudor Pralines is almost hidden. I watch from across the path and see countless people miss it as they move from stall to stall. But to skip Nathan Williams’
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Festival or feastival?

Richard heads to Standon Calling in Hertfordshire where he tries to answer the question ‘has festival food become as important as festival acts when deciding where to spend your time and money each Summer?’ There is a scene in legendary British football hooligan film
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Standon Calling promises great grub

  You know that story you’ve heard about the guy who had a party in his back garden which morphed into a massive festival? That’s Standon Calling. In 2001 Alex Trenchard had a birthday barbeque. In 2002 he did it again, only bigger. By 2004 he had included a stage with live
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Review: Hawkyns in Amersham (Take Two)

We make an excited return to the site of a British/Medieval fusion feast but this Buckinghamshire hidden gem has changed its approach. Has it lost it’s sparkle? Rating Cuisine British/Indo fusion with perfect plating and colours to make a rainbow wel-jel Appeals to People
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Review: Belvoir’s Christmas Tipples

   Belvoir has a lot to answer for. I can’t remember the last shopping list I made that didn’t include a Belvoir cordial of some kind. It’s the bottles as much as the labels, they look so smart whilst being fashionably rustic. I hate how much I like their products. It’s
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Review: The Balcon [Pall Mall, London]

Back at the Balcon, on Pall Mall, but paying a little more attention to a fantastic and fantasy themed cocktail menu. Richard investigates… Rating: Cuisine: French bistro In a word Fantastical What is it?: A magnificent cocktail experience with a very good French restaurant
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