Gyoza Bar, Covent Garden

Gone are the days of hidden kitchens, tucked away at the back of restaurants. The head chef is the first person I see as I wander into the glass fronted Gyoza Bar – one of the latest additions to Covent Garden’s long list of eateries. I love the reverse concept. Why wouldn’t you want to…

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FOOD: Cocktail making and burrito building at Rev de Cuba

From burrito building to cocktail making and rum tasting – I was invited to try my hand at making Revolucion De Cuba’s customer favourites. Here’s how I got on in the Cuban cucina… THE FOOD Burrito building “On busy days, the amount of burritos I make is well in to the hundreds” Chef Toddy tells us, as…

FOOD: Craft and Dough = beer and pizza

A new addition to Kelham Island, Craft and Dough offers just two products – craft beer and pizza – hence the name. We arrived at 7.30pm on a Thursday evening and the venue was near to full. Taking advantage of the late evening sun, we grabbed the last remaining bench on the outside terrace overlooking…

TRAVEL: 24HRS ON CARNABY STREET

If you’re new to London, chances are you’ll head straight to the typical tourist hot spots — Buckingham Palace, The Tower of London, Trafalgar Square — but London has many more hidden treasures, especially for those with a love for fashion and food. Nestled between Oxford Street and Regent Street — two of the city’s major shopping destinations…