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Top Places for Afternoon Tea in London

Posted: 18 July 2017

London is famed worldwide for being the official home of afternoon tea. It’s as much a part of the culture and history of the capital as Big Ben or even the Royal Family. And it’s an experience not to be missed. But if you’re out for the very best afternoon Read more >

Top Things To Do In London During Gay Pride

Posted: 26 June 2017

Over recent years, Gay Pride London has exploded in popularity to become one of the capital’s most beloved and enjoyable annual events. People flock from all over the world to both take part in and show their support for the extravaganza, which has become a real part of the city’s Read more >

Food To Eat While Watching Wimbledon

Posted: 26 June 2017

Strawberries and cream – the most obvious (and unimaginative) accompaniment to the Wimbledon tennis finals. Not that we’ve anything against this delightfully decadent dessert…quite the opposite, in fact! It’s just that when it comes to the most important and enjoyable events of the year, we’re all for getting a little Read more >

Things to Do on Father's Day

Posted: 14 June 2017

Take it from us when we say that choosing the ideal Father’s Day gift is all about creativity. It’s about stepping away from the usual Father’s Day ideas you’ve gone with for the past 25 years and coming up with something a little special. Lucky for you, there’s really nowhere Read more >

Eight Hen Party Games You’re Guaranteed to Love

Posted: 07 June 2017

As you probably already know, hen party games vary from the enjoyable to the downright embarrassing. The way we see it, what your own hen party needs is the perfect blend of both!Exactly how nuts you decide to go with your own hen party activities is of course totally up Read more >

What Can Businesses Learn From The Teamwork Of A Professional Kitchen?

Posted: 11 May 2017

Amid the blood, sweat and tears of a professional kitchen, creating a functioning team is essential. It is the cornerstone of any successful restaurant; more important, perhaps, than the merits of the menu, service and ambience put together. If the kitchen is not able to deliver, then everything else quickly Read more >

5 reasons why cooking is great for team building

Posted: 07 March 2017

You would think that cooking might be detrimental to team building as the temperature rises and yes there are knives involved. Also who hasn’t seen Gordon Ramsey in a kitchen and felt a little scared? But cooking is actually the ideal way to work together and you can learn a Read more >

Destination cooking – a food trend that is here to stay

Posted: 07 March 2017

Food trends come in and go out quicker than you can say ‘superfood’. One year kale is in and the next it’s insects, it’s so hard to keep up these days. However, there are certain trends which are here for the long haul, and ‘Destination cooking’ is one that we Read more >

Seafood Tips & Treats : Bouillabaisse Recipe

Posted: 14 February 2016

Bouillabaisse is the perfect Fish soup to warm you up during the cold winter months! Andrew, our head chef shares his favourite Bouillabisse Recipe. Click to find out our Top Seafood Tips & Treats.Our Fantastic Fish!, Ultimate Knife Confidence and Fine Dining DIY classes all teach you how prepare fish with Read more >

In-Jenius: How to Host a Stress-Free New Year’s Eve Party

Posted: 14 December 2015

Hosting a New Year’s Eve Party always seems like such a good idea, in October. When the date actually comes round, on the back of a month of solid drinking, eating and partying, it can feel like more trouble than its worth. There’s food and drink to sort out, entertainment Read more >

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