Hannibal. Drinks and more. Gastropub. Machete London. Brunch+Breakfast. Coffeeshops. Careful cuisine. HURWUNDEKI. Japanese. Dock Kitchen - home. Home / Taste Festivals. Korean. London's ten best afternoon teas. Best for fashionistas: The Berkeley's Prêt-à-PorteaReviewed by Belinda White The Berkeley hotel has craftily targeted its afternoon tea at London’s diehard tea-takers: the fashion pack, who rarely conduct meetings over any other mealtime.
Its Prêt-à-Portea offers everything you’d expect from a traditional afternoon tea but with a twist: each of the sugary fancies is styled after a key fashion look of the season. There was a white Burberry trench coat chocolate biscuit, a Stella McCartney polka dot sponge cake and even a miniature Valentino orange and ginger cake handbag. Charmingly, the waiter talked us through the ‘collection’ using framed catwalk pictures of the exact outfits that inspired each creation. London’s Best Ice Cream. Pondicherry vanilla with heather honeycomb from Chin Chin Laboratories This article was originally published in July 2013, and has been updated for 2014.
While there’s nothing wrong with a 99, we’re often visiting London’s ice cream parlours to sample their wares and find the best. We’re confident that the following places won’t disappoint – though bear in mind that gelateria often chop and change their flavours to keep it interesting. If we’ve missed your favourite, let us know in the comments. Gelupo When we asked around for ice cream recommendations, Gelupo kept being mentioned. Chin Chin Laboratories These guys use liquid nitrogen to freeze the ice cream, which makes their Camden Market shop look more like a lab than a gelateria. Restaurants and cafés. Tricia de Courcy Ling / Time Out Time Out says Posted: Thu Apr 17 2014 New branch of Honest Burgers in Fitzrovia.
Opens Monday 21 April (at 11.30am). On Saturday 26 April at 11.30am there will be a free burger giveaway to the first 600 visitors. This will be followed by a 'pay what you like' day on Sat 4th May until 5pm, with the proceeds going to the Prince's Trust. 22-23 Liverpool Street EC2M 7PD. London's best bakeries. Gail's Price band: 1/4 Started in Hampstead in 2004 by some serious breadheads, Gail’s has gone from strength to strength since then, opening branches in affluent pockets across the capital (South Kensington, Queen’s Park, Dulwich Village, etc).
The highlight of the spring season is light, fruity hot-cross buns glazed with glossy, spiced syrup (£1.20), while regulars include rectangles of seeded spelt dough (£3.20), German rye (£3.20) and white or sourdough baguettes (£1.60/1.70), each made with natural processes and ingredients. But, one of our all-time favourites is the mashed potato, rosemary and nigella seed round, which keeps for days (£3.20).
Old Post Office Bakery Take one German psychotherapist, a disused Brixton post-office-turned-squat, and a secondhand oven, and what do you get? St John Bakery. Les millors gelateries de Barcelona - Menjar i Beure. Eathai Thai Restaurants London. 35 New Oxford Street WC1A 1BH. Time Out says Posted: Fri Jan 17 2014 Steering clear of low-fat everything, recently opened cake shop and café Pain de Mie provides sweet refuge from the world outside.
A soothing pastel palette, pared-back fittings and chill-out lounge music add to the relaxed vibe. And then there’s the cake and pastry offering – don’t expect couture delicacies shrouded in spun sugar à la ‘The Great British Bake Off’. This spot is big on straight down-the-line Gallic tradition. If you try one thing, make it the apple, grape and cinnamon tart – our gold star went to this crisp sweet pastry flan, baked with warmly spiced sponge and flecked with juicy fruit.
Another stumble – pear and frangipane tart made with almond sponge would have been a stunner if it wasn’t for a cloyingly sweet glaze that stomped all over the fruity topping. Launceston Place, Michelin Star Restaurant in Kensington W8. Best cheap eats in London: the full list – Food and drink – Time Out London. Ethos Venue says: Ethos is a self-service restaurant moments from Oxford Circus, specialising in satisfying, deliciously different dishes.
Come in for our signature aloo Scotch egg with spiced tomato ketchup, our finger-lickingly good BBQ seitan ribs, our vibrant healthy salads and of course our indulgent cake pops and other sweet treats! We are open for breakfast, lunch, afternoon tea, drinks and dinner as well as brunch on Saturday and Sunday. Ethos is moments from Oxford Circus but our silver birch tree-filled interior will have you feeling like you're miles away. Best cheap eats in London: the full list – Food and drink – Time Out London.
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London's top 50 restaurants - The full list. 9 D'Arblay Street W1F 8DS. Peckham Bazaar. The 10 best value restaurants in Britain. In an age when it's possible to get a box of chips and three deep-fried wings from a chicken shop for 99p, it barely needs saying that cheap is not the same as good.
It probably is worth saying, however, that cheap is also not always the same as good value. Of course, value can be in the eye of the beholder. It's all about what you regard as a good return for the money spent. And it's all about how much money you have to spend in the first place. If a best restaurant list is a cue for a row, a best value restaurant list is that same row squared. So let me set the terms for this very personal, completely unranked list of great value eating opportunities. Others cost much more but should still be classed as great value. 1: Magpie Cafe, Whitby, North Yorkshire: £12.50 a head. Where to eat in Chinatown. So many chopstick and rice parlours; so hard to know which one to choose.
But Time Out’s food and drink reviewers have eaten at all of them – many times, over many years – to produce this definitive guide on the best places to eat. Chinatown on a budget Baozi Inn Rated as: 3/5 Price band: 1/4 At Baozi Inn, kitsch Communist Revolution decor meets northern Chinese street food tidied up for London. Brazilian Meat Heaven: Interview with Cabana Co-founder David Ponte. G: Tell us about your business: What do you do?
What did inspire you to start? I was born in Rio and have travelled, lived and worked all over Brasil. I love it. So when Jamie asked me about “that Brasilian restaurant thing with skewers”, it was easy to say yes. He could see in 2011 that Brasil was finally coming of age, and sure enough here we are today with the whole world watching Brasil (whether you love football or not). London Evening Standard. New London Restaurants - Openings October 2013. Stylish Disorientation » Paper and Cup. Un nuevo sitio para ir a visitar en mi Guía de Londres y que acaba de abrir hace relativamente poco . Paper and Cup es una pequeña cafetería ubicada en el centro de Shoreditch. Por fuera tiene un color azul intenso que destaca entre las paredes y días grises del invierno londinense.
Y por dentro está decorado con objetos antiguos , tazas, cubiertos y libros que también se pueden comprar. En la carta encontramos desayunos ingleses, tes, pasteles y riquísimas tartas. Es un sitio que nos os podéis perder, un lugar muy especial, con mucho encanto. Lowry & Baker. Hummingbird Bakery, London. American style Cupcakes, Cake & Cookbooks.