When it comes to dessert, I normally play it safe, or buy something fabulous.
This info-graphic has 24 quirky facts for you to impress your drinking buddies with the next time you go out for a couple of cold ones!
Different parts of London create different expectations. The City is structured, macho, and expensive. Soho: dishevelled, creative and media. Shoreditch is stylised, design-led, and pretentious. Simplistic and bordering on stereotyping? Absolutely. But time and again, restaurants assume the persona of their locale. It’s logical when you think about it. So when we went to review a restaurant in leafy Barnes, we had very different expectations.
Celebrate Easter in style with the most delicious and beautiful Easter chocolate the UK has to offer ....
Tate & Lyle Sugars has created the world’s first hotel made entirely from cake!!
A new environmental campaign launches today encouraging chocolate lovers to become checkout-campaigners in their choice of Easter Eggs with the aim of halting the destruction of the world’s rainforests.
I finally went to Cuba last year, after talking about it for what felt like most of my adult life. What a place. The combination of people, music and architecture managed to exceed my very high expectations. Even the food was surprisingly good. Another surprise was that Cuba unearthed my taste for rum.
You always learn interesting things doing this job. For example, I never knew that there was a large Japanese population in Brazil.
It takes a certain confidence to try and overshadow St Paul's Cathedral.
The Silver Rooster would be a good name for a gastropub. But, to make a mark in the City of London in the '90s, you needed a foreign moniker (preferably French) and a clever pun. So the restaurant at the top of No 1 Poultry was named Coq d'Argent. Too witty for words
Venture serving only porridge-based dishes follows trend for ‘brinner’ – using foods associated with breakfast and ‘reinventing’ them for dinner
Like your ice cream with a little glitz ? A cafe in Dubai just rolled out an ice cream scoop priced at $817 (3,000 Emirati dirham).
Would you eat or even want the world's oldest burger? Two Aussies have preserved a McDonald's quarter pounder with cheese for 20 years, with no mold.