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Learn to cook Thai at Mango Tree

More than just a cooking class: Last night was my fourth visit to Thai restaurant Mango Tree and the experience gets better with each visit. This latest visit was for a Thai cooking masterclass taught by celebrity chef Ian Pengelley. The night was more than just a cooking lesson; it was a fun night of interactive cooking, a joking chef …

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Euphorium Bakery

New City Location City workers are in for a treat; Euphorium Bakery, one of London’s oldest artisan bakeries has just opened a flagship store on Threadneedle Street. At the official launch last week, I was really impressed with the interior – high ceilings, handmade wooden tables and traditional furnishings, a sitting area over two floors and interesting paintings too. It …

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The 3 Crowns Pub & Kitchen, Old Street

New pub – Old charm. Old Street has a new hub of relaxation, entertainment and good food; opened just last week, the 3 crowns has a vibe of your local pub and the comfort of your living room rolled into one. It has friendly people and a relaxed atmosphere, perfect for people from all walks of life who work and …

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Primo just raised the bar

‘Overtime’ makes after work drinking chic again. The concept of going to work for a pay cheque and that of after work drinks and happy hour goes hand in hand and has done for centuries. How else will we cope with the tedious and sometimes dreariness of work or get to know our colleagues or meet new people? The thought …

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Cocktails, Good food and Friendly Faces.

A Review of Parlour, Canary Wharf: Last week I went to Parlour bar and restaurant, Canary Wharf for a Thursday night out. I had been looking forward to it all week until my plus one cancelled at the very last minute. Suddenly, going to a cocktail bar in the middle of Canary Wharf all by myself didn’t seem like fun. …

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Steam – UK’s First Calorie Neutral Restaurant opens for one day only.

Ever wanted to experience what Calorie Neutral dining is all about? Here’s your chance. For one day only, Steam – a pop up Calorie-Neutral restaurant will open in Convent gardens in celebration of Miele’s steam-cooking appliances. Steam is all about proving that steamed foods can be healthy and have flavour as well. Meals will include healthy dishes such as scallop …

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SOZAI: Learn to cook Japanese

Learn how to make sushi and other delights at SOZAI. SOZAI – meaning “household dishes” and “ingredients” in Japanese – is a brand new concept and the first Japanese cooking school in the UK where chefs will show students how to make dishes ranging from sushi and tempura, to authentic kaiseki and street food such as ramen and okonomiyaki. The …

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A taste of Latin America: Barrio East

Making the ghetto chic again, one Barrio bar at a time. The opening of Barrio East in Shoreditch earlier this week has cemented the comeback of ghetto flavour. The third in a chain of Latin hotspots around the capital by entrepreneur Ferdie Ahmed and his team, Barrio East provides a taste of exotic Latin culture Londoners need every now and …

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