After flirtation with lager in Skyfall, 007 will revert to type and order his favourite tipple – but with a twist – in new film
Not to be confused with the Portuguese or French versions, this silky dessert in a crisp crust is a British classic. But should the pastry be enriched with sugar – and should your custard be made with cream or milk?
Benito's Hat's birthday bash promises free burritos, party games and lots of prizes to be won!
Urban myth states that if you pick food up off the floor quickly enough, it’s still safe to eat – but scientific tests suggest it’s slightly more complex
Whether eaten as a snack, main meal or even for breakfast, this tangy chickpea curry is arguably the most popular vegetarian dish in India. But should you used dried pulses or tinned, add or omit fresh coriander – and can you really eat it with pasta and parmesan?
Spanish dining with an upmarket twist
Hard or soft boiled? What about hard steamed? Coarsely chopped or mashed with a fork? Mayonnaise or mustard – or both? White or brown bread? The beauty of the classic sandwich-filler ‘lies in its simplicity’
New Japanese Izakaya restaurant in Covent Garden
A newly formed United Craft Brewers is attempting to define what craft beer is in the UK. Is that possible? And, if so, is it a good thing?
It’s not the quality but the composition that counts when you’re unleashing your inner Keith Floyd
Scandinavian cuisine in London
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Launch of ‘Circle of Life’ 18-strong cocktail menu at the highest bar in Western Europe
Beanz means Heinz – right? We pit the nation’s favourite against the supermarket own-brands, to see if cheaper tins contain better beans
Not the kind of Ping Pong bar that you may or may not have visited on that business trip in Bangkok, this is a family friendly venue where you can eat, drink and play ping pong!
When it comes to London, the choice of date destinations is unrivalled. Or for some, it’s daunting. In deciding where to go, do you opt for somewhere that screams romance, or do you keep it casual?
Coffee shops, supermarkets and The Great British Bake Off are fuelling taste for American and European snacks, market analysts say
The world’s first crisp sandwich shop has opened in Belfast. If you can’t go yourself, here’s a fun recipe for a hot, crunchy homemade potato crisp sarnie
Londoners love their budget Asian food chains - Wagamama, Busaba Eathai, Ping Pong, Yo!, Itsu. Slightly less well-known is dim T cafe, which fits the mould financially, but delivers a bit more atmospheric bang for your buck (or pound).
Supper is a healthy meal delivery service app that connects cooks with diners!
Art Deco Australasian / fusion style, hits London
Can cheaper supermarket own-brands topple the mighty McVitie’s? We put them to the test, judging the biscuit, the chocolate and the all-important dunkability
Supermarket claims 75% of its customers prefer non-curved version of pastry, citing ease of spreading jam as a factor