To write on spag bol is to wade into a mire of controversy thicker and darker than any ragu that ever came out of nonna's kitchen.
Foie gras, then.
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I've never been a great one for forward planning – my Christmas shopping usually starts around 20 December – but sorting out your Christmas drinking now is a good move because retailers are in full swing with seasonal wine offers.
By the time I'd paid £11.99 for the all-you-can-eat buffet at Britain's biggest restaurant, I was angry and tired.
London is the home of the best bar in the world.
According to Wikipedia, déjà vu is the feeling that one has previously witnessed or experienced a new situation, which is what I felt when I stopped by The Anthologist bar in Gresham Street to catch up with Pinstripe and the Detective.
London has many spectacular private spaces in which you can create the ideal Christmas party. But don't delay. You've got six weeks to go.
"It doesn’t get any better then this!" shouts TV Chef and entrepreneur John Torode on the Masterchef television show. But is he referring to his landmark bar/restaurant - the now legendary Smiths of Smithfields (SOS) - or the relative newcomer that is the Luxe in Spitalfieds?
One of my favourite scenes from the legendary TV series, The Sopranos, is when Mafia boss Tony is talking about the great things the Italians have introduced to the world.
Bacteria which are responsible for most food poisoning is spread by splashes and droplets of water caused during cleaning
Campaign group warns of risks of sugar consumption leading to obesity and diabetes