Zayane

Zayane

Zayane, a Moroccan restaurant that claims pride of place on Goldborne Road, has been open for over a year; pretty good innings for the unforgiving ‘restaurant-eat-restaurant’ world of Notting Hill fine dining. On ducking through the door, the interior is cosy and almost akin to a cafe [admittedly there aren’t...

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Mayfair restaurant brings cherished Italian custom La Passeggiata to life for the first time in London

Mayfair restaurant brings cherished Italian custom La Passeggiata to life for the first time in London

This Autumn, Italian restaurant Mercante is celebrating Italy’s rich culture by encouraging Londoners to take time out of their busy days to connect with each other on a leisurely pre-dinner, sunset walk, a passeggiata. As evening sets across Italy and the piazzas catch a beautiful sun-kissed glow, Italians of all...

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Around the Dinner Table: How to Give Kids the Best Start to the New Term

Around the Dinner Table: How to Give Kids the Best Start to the New Term

With the new school term starting for many of us this week, we’re all likely putting paramount importance on giving our children the best start possible to the school term. However, far more basic than after-school activities, ensuring that everyone’s getting their necessary dose of brain-enhancing foods, and even checking...

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The Vatican through the ages

The Vatican through the ages

  When the Roman Emperor Constantine was baptised a Christian on his death-bed in 337AD (whether or not he was sincere in his conversion, or even properly understood the religion’s tenants are another matter) both the Empire and Christianity were changed forever. Early Christians surged to take advantage of this...

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Dining Out: Koshary Kitchen

Dining Out: Koshary Kitchen

https://www.kosharykitchen.com/ When Ramy Amir started writing his dissertation on the rise of street food in the UK, few could have imagined that he too would one day be contributing to this rise. Besotted with the capital’s diverse and multi-cultural cuisine, the savvy food entrepreneur sought to bring about popular dishes...

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The Vatican through the ages

The Vatican through the ages

  When the Roman Emperor Constantine was baptised a Christian on his death-bed in 337AD (whether or not he was sincere in his conversion, or even properly understood the religion’s tenants are another matter) both the Empire and Christianity were changed forever. Early Christians surged to take advantage of this...

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Art St. Kitchen

Art St. Kitchen

Art St. Kitchen takes its moniker from the rather whimsically named Art Street.  Art Street, which presumably earned its name due to it’s a proximity to the Tate Britain, is a snaking capillary leading to the Thames and Art St Kitchen takes full advantage of its scenic position....

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The beginner’s guide to ethical eating

The beginner’s guide to ethical eating

It can be difficult to eat ethically in today’s world – but there are a few golden rules to stick by if you want to reduce your impact on the world this Bank Holiday. To make yourself feel good about what you’re putting on your table, just follow these easy...

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Dining Out: Zuaya

Dining Out: Zuaya

5 Kensington High St, Kensington, London W8 5BA 020 7938 3533 Zuaya, a Latin American restaurant tucked inside a sinew linking Kensington High Street to Kensington Court, promised to be something different from the insipid Europhile cuisine synonymous with the Royal Borough. The new chef, Francisco Lafee, whose glittering CV extends...

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Fulham Market Halls announces its new opening

Fulham Market Halls announces its new opening

“We’re very excited to bring the Fulham Broadway ticket hall back to life and think we’ve created something new and unique for Fulham and London. We’ve studied the local area and pulled together a varied roster of traders, from local favourites to street food stars, that we hope will please...

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