Posts Tagged ‘food’

Taste Peru in Piccadilly

Taste Peru in Piccadilly

Despite its auspicious address on London’s Piccadilly, Coya is a calm and discreet venue in which to sample one of the hot culinary trends for 2013 – Peruvian food.

Coya itself is part members club, part bar and part restaurant, which means you may have to look twice to spot its Inca-inspired logo on the doorway facing Green Park. (more…)

A recipe for success in the sky

A recipe for success in the sky

The plan was simple. First, transport dozens of the world’s travel press to Doha and unveil the new all-star chef menu available in Qatar Airways business and first class cabins.

Next, fly in the four high profile chefs from the corners of your airline network, and line them up in front of an audience inside a brand-new multi-million dollar event centre to answer questions about the ambitious plan to take their multi-Michelin-starred reputations into the sky at 35,000 feet. (more…)

Insider tips: Mumbai

Insider tips: Mumbai

Karam Sethi is head chef at London’s acclaimed Indian restaurant Trishna, and knows his way around Mumbai pretty well, too. Here he recommends the best places to eat in India’s glitzy city, from authentic street food stalls, to Trishna’s own sister, widely recognised as one of the best seafood eateries on the globe… (more…)

A foodie spectacular hits London

A foodie spectacular hits London

Your mother probably told you not to play with your food, but this weekend ‘mother knows best’ is thrown out the window as the most inventive foodies come to London for the Experimental Food Society Spectacular. (more…)

A South Australian food safari

A South Australian food safari

Kangaroo Island’s first ever food safari will be held at Southern Ocean Lodge, which featured in the Gold List 2011, in August this year.

Bringing local producers and food legends Maggie Beer and Simon Bryant together with guests, the culinary journey takes place over five nights, and will include an itinerary of food-and wine-related excursions. (more…)

Eat your way through time with culinary-adventurers Bompas & Parr

Eat your way through time with culinary-adventurers Bompas & Parr

Usually it would be advisable to steer clear of food with too much of a history. But make an exception for experimental duo Bompas & Parr’s The Complete History of Food, in association with Courvoisier, next week as they take diners on a gastronomic journey through the ages in a Belgravia townhouse. (more…)

Meals on wheels

Meals on wheels

Check out the new face of food trucks around the world, from London to San Francisco.

These days it’s just not enough to grab a portable barbecue, fling it in the back of an old VW camper, drive to Peckham, whip up a batch of ?10-a-pop organic burgers and call yourself a food truck. (more…)

Food Festival in San Francisco

Food Festival in San Francisco

If you’re in San Francisco this weekend make sure you head to the San Francisco Street Food Festival – the event that brings together the city’s micro-entrepreneurs and renowned chefs to celebrate local and international food. (more…)

Portugal’s first pop-up restaurant opens

Portugal’s first pop-up restaurant opens

Portugal has joined the pop-up phenomenon by opening its very own temporary restaurant today. Hosted in Vale do Lobo, a luxury resort in the Algarve, the three-week event sees the country’s top chefs cook for a select number of guests. (more…)

Street food goes gourmet

Street food goes gourmet

A new street food concept has popped up in Covent Garden for the London Restaurant Festival. Serving from an Airstream trailer, top chefs Jun Tanaka, Executive Chef at Pearl Restaurant, and Mark Jankel, chef and founder of The Food Initiative, will provide gourmet food at street food prices (all dishes cost between ?4.50 – ?6.50) to Londoners on the go. (more…)

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