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Premier Chinese Restaurant — Naturally Chinese, Surbiton, London

Premier Chinese Restaurant — Naturally Chinese, Surbiton, London


Naturally Chinese Restaurant

Naturally Chinese Restaurant prides itself on its MSG-free authentic Chinese cuisine. It is also the first Chinese restaurant to be accredited by Coeliac UK.

Restaurant Review: Pho Saigon, Twickenham

Restaurant Review: Pho Saigon, Twickenham


Travel Gourmet

When Liz suggested meeting up this evening and asked me to decide where we ate, it seemed like an excellent opportunity to try out Pho Saigon in Twickenham. We’d talked about it before. She&#…

TV Review: Rome Unpacked

TV Review: Rome Unpacked

by Travel Gourmet @ Travel Gourmet

Since Sicily Unpacked came to our screens in 2012, art historian Andrew Graham-Dixon and chef Giorgio Locatelli have been unpacking their bags all over Italy, giving us an insight into the food, art and history of wherever they travel. The various series over the years have strongly appealed to me as food, art and, of […]

These are the top 10 best restaurants to eat in Sutton according to reviews

by @ Richmond and Twickenham Times | Food

Considering going out for a meal in Sutton but are unsure where to go? This list should help you make up your mind.

This is how you can buy food from all your favourite shops and market sellers in one place

by @ Richmond and Twickenham Times | Food

Many of us will have favourite little shops we love to visit when we’re in a particular area or certain market stalls we always look out for.

M Restaurants | Mike's Interview in Marina Magazine

M Restaurants | Mike's Interview in Marina Magazine


M Restaurants

Read Executive Chef Mike Reid's interview in this month's Marina Magazine.

Jerusalem Home-Cooking And Palestinian 'Pizza': Have You Tried This Soho Restaurant?

Jerusalem Home-Cooking And Palestinian 'Pizza': Have You Tried This Soho Restaurant?

by Lydia Manch @ Londonist

Don't miss the tahini ice cream

Greyhound Cafe Makes A Fashionable Entrance To The London Food Scene

Greyhound Cafe Makes A Fashionable Entrance To The London Food Scene

by Robert Greene @ Londonist

From fashion to food.

Cinnamon and spice

by Amie @ Naturally Chinese Restaurant | RSS Feed

I’ve always relished this heart warming drink during the holidays. After a long day of work, and when it’s warm and cozy in the comfort of your own home, this recipe is like magic to lift the spirits and put you in the mood for the Christmas. A mild touch of cinnamon and spice to this medium bodied red wine ... Read More

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THE VALENTINE’S DOGGY BRUNCH

by barnard555 @ M Restaurants

Learn to cook for your Dog - 11am Masterclass with Executive Chef, Michael Reid

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FOOD – ole pera, finsbury park london

FOOD – ole pera, finsbury park london

by junkienews @ Food – Sarah's Thoughts

One of my favourite restaurants in London, Ole Pera not only serves you delicious Mediterranean cuisine, they are also a great choice for those on a budget. I was first introduced to Ole Pera by my first ‘London’ friend and … Continue reading

Menu for Panda Garden 126 Heath Road, Twickenham London TW1 4BN

Menu for Panda Garden 126 Heath Road, Twickenham London TW1 4BN


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NEW YEARS EVE AT M BAR & GRILL

by barnard555 @ M Restaurants

M BAR & GRILL is a 10 second walk across the road from the Station entrance and the perfect venue for a special festive evening!

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M Bar & Grill: Twickenham’s Glamorous New Gastropub

M Bar & Grill: Twickenham’s Glamorous New Gastropub


Luxurious Magazine

A touch of central London makes its way to the leafy south west. The award-winning M Restaurants has just opened its third foodie venture in Twickenham.

Pho and Bun restaurant review

Pho and Bun restaurant review


Culture Whisper

From the team that brought you Viet Eat, Pho and Bun aims to revolutionise Vietnamese street food offerings in London

Christmas Is Coming

by Amie @ Naturally Chinese Restaurant | RSS Feed

It’s already that time of year again. Autumn came and went so soon. The past week, we can all agree, has been a significant degree colder reminding us that it’s time to bring out the winter gear, and get ready for the holiday season – A cold Christmas is coming. But the good news is that the festivities are also ... Read More

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See inside this steak restaurant that's been given a mouth-watering makeover

by @ Richmond and Twickenham Times | Food

The Beefeater Monkey Puzzle has reopened after undergoing an extensive makeover.

Riverside Planning Application Update

Riverside Planning Application Update

by twickerati @ Twickerati

The mass debate over the future of Twickenham Riverside rumbles ever onwards. The planning application is still live and although the official consultation period seems to be over it’s still possible to make comments on LBRuT’s grand ‘New Heart for Twickenham’ scheme, Fleming’s Folly, Fort Riverside, call it what you will. In fact, recent days […]

Mark Smith - The Casual Dining Show

Mark Smith - The Casual Dining Show


The Casual Dining Show

Mark is the Managing Director of Pho, who have 25 Vietnamese restaurants across the UK, where he was previously the Finance Director.  Before joining Pho, Mark spent his career in retail, holding various Director positions at Evans Cycles and Sweaty Betty.

Food Trends 2018

by David Steel @ bartlett mitchell

Looking at the up and coming food trends for 2018 I realise that this year will...

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FOOD – limeyard, ealing london

FOOD – limeyard, ealing london

by junkienews @ Food – Sarah's Thoughts

Not willing to give up American cuisine just yet, I paid a visit to Limeyard, an all day American kitchen in Ealing. With quirky decor such as a chequered floor, wooden tables and a surfboard hanging from the ceiling, one … Continue reading

Christmas Greetings Twickenham

Christmas Greetings Twickenham

by twickerati @ Twickerati

Ho ho hum. Christmas is upon us which means it’s that time of year when we look back over the last 12 months and wonder if they were any different from the previous 12 months. Or the 12 before that. In Twickenham!!! What happened this year? In the Brexit fall out, our new remainer MP […]

These are the 10 best restaurants to eat at in Croydon according to Tripadvisor

by @ Richmond and Twickenham Times | Food

We know you're always on the lookout for a great meal so we've put together a list of the best places to grab a  bite to eat around Croydon, according to reviews on TripAdvisor.

Giggling Squid: An En-Thai-cing New Restaurant In Wimbledon

Giggling Squid: An En-Thai-cing New Restaurant In Wimbledon

by Tabish Khan @ Londonist

Succulent prawns and a lighter cheesecake.

‘Love Yourself – Detox Yourself’ Menu

by barnard555 @ M Restaurants

This month we introduce a five course sensory stimuli on plate, in glass and more!

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Lemongrass Low Down

Lemongrass Low Down

by thejadecave @ Uncategorized – The Jade Cave

I’ve been tardy posting in the last month, and have lots of things to update you with. It’s Monday afternoon in Vietnam and I’m actually sitting in my Vietnamese friend Lily’s (who you might remember from earlier blogs) parents’ house in Hanoi as I type this and it’s suddenly started pouring down very very hard with […]

FOOD – haché burgers, clapham london

FOOD – haché burgers, clapham london

by junkienews @ Food – Sarah's Thoughts

My search for the best cheap eats in London led me to gourmet burger restaurant Haché Burgers. Opened in 2004, Haché Burgers offers quirky unrivalled burgers at an inexpensive price! But the one thing which really sold it to me … Continue reading

This restaurant gives you a great view of the Sport of Kings - but do you dine like a king too?

by @ Richmond and Twickenham Times | Food

Absolutely spectacular - that’s the only way I can describe the view from the Panoramic Restaurant at Kempton Park.

Hottest dumpling of all

by Amie @ Naturally Chinese Restaurant | RSS Feed

While the cold is upon us and we can’t get enough of the warmth of good comforting food, our chefs are excitedly plugging away at a new menu revision for the new year. We want to streamline our menu to offer the dishes you love while at the same time, we want to make sure that we are continuously working ... Read More

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Speaker Q&A: Brian Trollip, Dishoom

by Emma-Louise Jones @ The Casual Dining Show

Brian Trollip has been overseeing the day-to-day running of Dishoom’s operations since 2010.  Voted the ‘Coolest UK Restaurant’ in 2016 by Cool Brands, and a new entry on this year’s ‘The Sunday Times 100 Best Companies’ list, the Indian restaurant group now has six sites and employs over 700 people. He’ll be at the show […]

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Vegan fried chicken burger in The Tiger, Camberwell

by Laura @ Middle of Adventure

  There’s this amazing little pub in the centre of Camberwell that I’ve been wanting to tell you about for a while. It has a quirky decor (lots of different sized prints, paintings and photographs in different styles on its colourful walls), big windows that bring in lots of light and, most of all, the most amazing food.   I first went here a few months ago with my friend, and, as I wasn’t that hungry, I just opted for a few sides. Having those sides (amazing little halloumi bites with jalapeño sauce and twice cooked fries) made me promise myself that the next time I’d go there, I’d go super hungry. The Tiger has an amazingly varied vegan menu (half of the menu is for omnis, the rest for vegans and veggies) with lots of different burgers, small bites and even a Sunday roast.     After my first visit, I knew I had to go back. So, last Sunday, I met up with the same friend and suggested we go here again and very luckily she was more than happy to accept.   On Sundays the menu is shorter than normal, but there’s still a few different burgers, lots of sides […]

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Casual Dining show expands its drinks menu

by Emma-Louise Jones @ The Casual Dining Show

Pub, bar and restaurant buyers looking to refresh their drinks menus are set to enjoy a tastings extravaganza at next month’s Casual Dining trade show, which returns to the Business Design Centre, in London, on 21-22 February. Thanks to a 41% increase in exhibitors offering alcoholic beverages for 2018, visitors will be able to see […]

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The Vegetarian Vietnamese: Food From The Jade Cave

The Vegetarian Vietnamese: Food From The Jade Cave

by thejadecave @ Uncategorized – The Jade Cave

I’m excited to be building up to my presentation on 17th June at Asia House, where I will be interviewed by the renown Sichuanese Food writer, Fuchsia Dunlop, accompanied by lots of Luke’s beautiful photographs from Vietnam. I’ll be discussing the findings from my research into Vegetarian cuisine over there, via pagodas, vegan restaurants and […]

A Lidl New School Begins

A Lidl New School Begins

by twickerati @ Twickerati

Big builds continue around the leafy boulevards of Twickenham. This time the big ‘un is actually a Lidl one… and a school It’s all getting underway on the site of Ryde House in Richmond Road, East Twickenham. The plan? A new Lidl supermarket on the ground floor with a new home for the relatively recently […]

Casual Dining Restaurant & Pub Awards 2018 finalists announced

by Emma-Louise Jones @ The Casual Dining Show

Over 80 restaurant and pub operators from across the UK are now one step closer to being crowned the nation’s best, following the announcement of the Casual Dining Restaurant & Pub Awards shortlist today. The awards, organised by Diversified Communications UK, recognise and celebrate the standout restaurant and pub operators of the year across the […]

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Living in Twickenham – World Travel Family

Living in Twickenham – World Travel Family


World Travel Family

Life has gone full circle and here we are living in Twickenham again, on the outskirts of London. It’s where our kids were born and where we bought our first homes before emigrating to tropical North Queensland. I have to say I’m quite happy with that, it’s a nice place to call home and within …

A guide to Winchester: how to spend 24 hours in the city

by Laura @ Middle of Adventure

  As I mentioned in my latest post, Jim and I spent last weekend exploring Winchester, where we went to celebrate our fourth anniversary. I hadn’t done much research on what to do in the town (aside from booking a few food spots, of course…), which allowed us to be a bit more spontaneous. It also meant that I didn’t have a lot of expectations, which probably helped me fall in love with the city even more.   As we found a few very lovely spots during our 24 hours in the city, I thought I would put together a little guide to Winchester. It’s mostly filled with places to eat in, of course, but I’ve thrown a few other interesting bits and bobs in there too!       STAY: HANNAH’S BOUTIQUE B&B   Hannah’s is located on Parchment Street, right in the centre of Winchester, and it’s possibly one of the most wonderful places I’ve ever stayed in. With £190 per night, it’s also on the more pricier side, but you really get so much for your money. If you’re ever looking for a really special place to stay in for a special occasion, this is most definitely […]

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Popular Thai Restaurant Opens Veggie-Only Branch In Soho

Popular Thai Restaurant Opens Veggie-Only Branch In Soho

by Harry Rosehill @ Londonist

Thai food done tapas-style.

What’s new in the grab & go market?

by Lin Dickens @ bartlett mitchell

Our new ‘Food to Go’, a sustainable and delicious ‘grab and go’ food concept is proving...

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FOOD – cream’s cafe, ealing london

FOOD – cream’s cafe, ealing london

by junkienews @ Food – Sarah's Thoughts

Whilst I was getting the final bits and bats for my trekamerica trip, me and Ali stopped by Cream’s Cafe in Ealing for a sweet treat. With branches across the England, Cream’s Cafe is an American style diner specialising in … Continue reading

Brunch at the Dalloway Terrace, Bloomsbury

by Laura @ Middle of Adventure

  I’m doing Veganuary again this January, just to get back on track and to remind myself that it is, in fact, possible not to eat all of the cheese all of the time… Mostly, though, it’s an opportunity to challenge myself and pay a bit more attention to restaurant menus and really try and find more sustainable options. Hopefully I’ll carry on doing that even after January is over!   So, in the spirit of trying out new things, last Sunday me and Jim headed to Veganuary brunch (well, Veggie-nuary for him) to a spot I’ve been wanting to visit for months now: The Dalloway Terrace in Bloomsbury. Before visiting the restaurant I kept seeing photos of it on Instagram and became absolutely obsessed with the decor. I saw someone describe Dalloway Terrace as a kind of Narnia, and that’s exactly what it is: a cosy winter wonderland and a (very) welcome escape from the madness of the nearby Oxford Street.     We had booked a table for 10 am, but as it wasn’t quite ready when we arrived, we were shown to the lounge and bar area and asked to wait for a few minutes. The decor […]

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Travel Gourmet’s Desert Island Recipes

Travel Gourmet’s Desert Island Recipes

by Travel Gourmet @ Travel Gourmet

I’ll confess immediately this is a stolen idea! Observer Food Monthly celebrated their 200th edition today and the Observer‘s long-in-residence food writer, the wonderful Nigel Slater, wrote a piece choosing his ‘desert island’ recipes over Food Monthly‘s life. That’s a fun idea, I thought. I’ll choose my ‘desert island’ recipes from the blog; I also […]

FOOD – huddersfield food & drink festival

FOOD – huddersfield food & drink festival

by junkienews @ Food – Sarah's Thoughts

This weekend celebrates 15 years of Huddersfield Food & Drink Festival. With over 50 stalls to whet your appetite and live cooking demonstrations, visitors had the chance to sample food and drinks from around the world. As an avid festival … Continue reading

FOOD – pho house, highbury & islington london

FOOD – pho house, highbury & islington london

by junkienews @ Food – Sarah's Thoughts

Not to be mistaken for popular chain Pho Café, Pho House is a quaint little Vietnamese restaurant just a few doors down from Highbury & Islington station. Boasting quirky décor, attentive staff and delicious, healthy food, it’s no wonder why … Continue reading

Pic of the Week: The Twickenham Glow

Pic of the Week: The Twickenham Glow

by twickerati @ Twickerati

If you’ve seen a strange yellow glow in the night sky in the vicinity of Twickenham Stadium then we can reassure you that aliens are definitely not landing. After recent heavy use of the stadium for rugby and NFL it’s all down to the RFU using special lights to encourage the grass to grow. With […]

Homes & London: A TASTE FOR SUCCESS

by barnard555 @ M Restaurants

CEO and Founder, Martin Williams, is featured Homes & London magazine's brand-new website.

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NEW YEARS EVE AT M VICTORIA ST

by barnard555 @ M Restaurants

M Victoria St is the perfect venue for a special festive evening.

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FOOD – monty’s nepalese, northfields london

FOOD – monty’s nepalese, northfields london

by junkienews @ Food – Sarah's Thoughts

Established since 1980, Monty’s Nepalese Cuisine is an Indian and Nepalese restaurant with branches in Northfields, Kingston and Ealing.  Lovers of curry and wanting to try sometime a bit different, me and Ali visited the Northfields restaurant. When we arrived … Continue reading

A Vibrant Lunch

by Amie @ Naturally Chinese Restaurant | RSS Feed

Most of January centers around planning. Feeding the mind with positive thoughts for the year ahead and nourishing the body with good food and regular meals. Both these contribute to a healthy start for the year and reinforce our commitment to our goals. As the weather takes a mood of its own, there is less predictability, and so I always ... Read More

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Lemongrass Low Down

Lemongrass Low Down

by thejadecave @ The Jade Cave

I’ve been tardy posting in the last month, and have lots of things to update you with. It’s Monday afternoon in Vietnam and I’m actually sitting in my Vietnamese friend Lily’s (who you might remember from earlier blogs) parents’ house in Hanoi as I type this and it’s suddenly started pouring down very very hard with […]

The Vegetarian Vietnamese: Food From The Jade Cave

The Vegetarian Vietnamese: Food From The Jade Cave

by thejadecave @ The Jade Cave

I’m excited to be building up to my presentation on 17th June at Asia House, where I will be interviewed by the renown Sichuanese Food writer, Fuchsia Dunlop, accompanied by lots of Luke’s beautiful photographs from Vietnam. I’ll be discussing the findings from my research into Vegetarian cuisine over there, via pagodas, vegan restaurants and […]

London's Best Vegan Restaurants

London's Best Vegan Restaurants


Londonist

Pick vegan cookery expert Kerstin Rodgers's brain.

Kew opens new The Botanical restaurant serving ingredients straight from the gardens and stunning views

by @ Richmond and Twickenham Times | Food

Kew Gardens has launched a new dining experience featuring a mouth-watering menu using ingredients straight from the gardens.

Wow! A Twickenham High Street Update

Wow! A Twickenham High Street Update


Twickerati

Wow! You just won’t believe what Twickenham town centre looks like now!! Clickbait, eh?  Hate or despise it you just can’t ignore it. Here at twickerati HQ we’re not in the busine…

Serving Organic Chicken

by Amie @ Naturally Chinese Restaurant | RSS Feed

Demand for good high quality food, we believe, is going to become more and more relevant to the discussion on sustainability of food. With the growth of diets depending on their protein source coming from chickens or other meats, it is important to care about the process of growing these protein sources and making sure that we are putting quality ... Read More

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Restaurant review: Woodlands, Soho

Restaurant review: Woodlands, Soho

by Travel Gourmet @ Travel Gourmet

I was meeting my friend Louise at the Harold Pinter Theatre to see a new production of Pinter’s play, The Birthday Party, which has just opened with a stellar cast including Toby Jones, Stephen Mangan and Zoe Wanamaker. We wanted to eat first but the question was – where? The theatre is in Panton Street […]

A London tick-list for the next 12 months

by Laura @ Middle of Adventure

I think London is one of the most amazing cities in the face of the earth, and I’m so happy to call this place my home. But, I won’t always live here. It’s too big, too expensive, and too busy for the family I will eventually want to have. Don’t get me wrong – I don’t think I’ll ever be small town girl, but I might just be a smaller (than London) town girl.   So, with that in mind, I thought it was time to start doing all the things I want to do in London while I still live here. This list is just scratching the surface, but they are the first things that popped into my mind. Most of them are about food – go figure…   Eating & drinking   1. Dress up and eat in the beautiful (but pretty posh) Chinese restaurant Duddels 2. Return to try the amazing pizza in The Goat, Chelsea 3. Tick off at least 5 places in Time Out’s top 50 cocktail bars list (which I have on my fridge door..!) 4. Have afternoon tea at Sketch 5. Finally try out the vegan fried chicken from Temple of Hackney 6. Step […]

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New food, drink, equipment, tech & services at Casual Dining 2018

by Emma-Louise Jones @ The Casual Dining Show

Casual Dining 2018 has released its exhibitor show highlights for 2018. Visiting buyers will be among the first to see, sample, and source a host of new products, catering equipment and services from 200 exhibiting companies. Blue corn tortillas, vegan burgers, gin salami, cold brews, spiced pear vodka tonic, craft pickles, multi-tier grills, compact draught […]

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FOOD – creams tearoom afternoon tea, the core leeds

FOOD – creams tearoom afternoon tea, the core leeds

by junkienews @ Food – Sarah's Thoughts

Looking for a place to relax after a day’s shopping? Then look no further than Cream’s Tearoom in Leeds. Me and my best friend Nadine headed to this quaint tearoom in The Core for a spot of light brunch and … Continue reading

French Vietnamese

French Vietnamese

by thejadecave @ The Jade Cave

The audio for my presentation with Fuchsia Dunlop at Asia House is June is up. Happily, it went well, with a lot of kind questions and comments from the audience, despite one of the menu items, lemongrass creme brûlée, having to be dropped at the last minute due to serving bowl supply issues. Fuchsia was […]

A word of thanks

by Amie @ Naturally Chinese Restaurant | RSS Feed

I’m very grateful for the experience of running a restaurant and bringing to fruition what was a straightforward idea of serving good, allergy-free food to the community. It wasn’t initially a career choice, but more of a gut instinct, an on-the-spot decision; and what an adventure it has been! As I come to the close of my 2017, I am ... Read More

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Great Year of Outstanding Food

by Daryll Young @ bartlett mitchell

Last year was my best year for eating outstanding food. I have been lucky to eat...

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Christmas 2017: From Nigella to unicorn magic, 10 top gift ideas for foodies

by @ Richmond and Twickenham Times | Food

If there’s a foodie in your life the chances are they’ll be providing the feast you tick into on Christmas Day.

M ONBOARD THE ‘AMBER LOUNGE’ VIP YACHT

by barnard555 @ M Restaurants

After the success of last year's M Yacht Party at the Monaco Grand Prix, we decided to scale up the luxury and scale down the number of guests.

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Asian Food In London: Old Saigon Review and Biang Biang noodles with Mama Wang

Asian Food In London: Old Saigon Review and Biang Biang noodles with Mama Wang

by thejadecave @ Uncategorized – The Jade Cave

Authentic, regional Chinese cuisine – this is a hard gem to find in London as many will know. In fact, I’m just going to put it out there and say good East Asian food is very hard to find in London, certainly if you’re like me and have a £8 mental (and financial) barrier for how […]

A Bountiful Table

by Amie @ Naturally Chinese Restaurant | RSS Feed

What could be more lovely at Christmas than a bountiful table, laid with heart warming food, maybe some mulled wine or Prosecco, and decorative crackers and Christmas foliage? With the weather stubbornly dragging its cold wind these days, it’s an opportunity to get creative and festive. It helps to plan a little in advance for the big day of your ... Read More

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Lemongrass Pop Up Vietnamese Vegetarian

Lemongrass Pop Up Vietnamese Vegetarian

by thejadecave @ Uncategorized – The Jade Cave

Been a busy month organising a new pop up event on the 10th August with my pal Fran at Una Bicicletta Verde. We’re hosting Lemongrass, a 3 course Vietnamese Vegetarian banquet, and our restaurant/cheffy name is Jade and Verde (Jade being my Viet half and Verde being Fran’s Italian half). And we’re doing it all […]

Turning winter blues to gold

by Amie @ Naturally Chinese Restaurant | RSS Feed

So we made it to 2018! And what next? Some of us have made our new year’s resolutions, and some of us have a long list of To Dos that we know may fade in a few weeks. In Chinese tradition of new year celebration, this year we commemorate The Year of the Dog, and the dog is a particularly ... Read More

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6 things you need to know about Brasserie Blanc in Fulham Reach

by @ Richmond and Twickenham Times | Food

Renowned French chef Raymond Blanc has arrived in Fulham Reach with a new restaurant that sits just by the River Thames.

NEW YEARS EVE AT M THREADNEEDLE ST

by barnard555 @ M Restaurants

Band-e-oki your way into 2018 the M way!

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Speaker Q&A: Glenn Evans, Las Iguanas

by Emma-Louise Jones @ The Casual Dining Show

Our next speaker Q&A features Glenn Evans, head of food development at Las Iguanas, La Tasca & La Viña.  He’ll be appearing in an exclusive panel session, alongside other top chefs, discussing ‘Menu innovation for multi-site pubs & restaurants’ . Glenn’s 21+ years’ experience in the industry includes roles at Hilton Hotels, Compass Group, Marks & […]

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Support Twickerati’s Marathon Effort – Help A Local Charity

Support Twickerati’s Marathon Effort – Help A Local Charity

by twickerati @ Twickerati

Ahoy Twickenham. Your help is required.  This is the bit where I ask you to show your support for twickerati by giving money… to someone else entirely. If you like what you read here (or at least find it vaguely useful) or follow twickerati on social media then I hope you’ll make a donation to […]

Lemongrass Pop Up Vietnamese Vegetarian

Lemongrass Pop Up Vietnamese Vegetarian

by thejadecave @ The Jade Cave

Been a busy month organising a new pop up event on the 10th August with my pal Fran at Una Bicicletta Verde. We’re hosting Lemongrass, a 3 course Vietnamese Vegetarian banquet, and our restaurant/cheffy name is Jade and Verde (Jade being my Viet half and Verde being Fran’s Italian half). And we’re doing it all […]

University Chefs & Vietnamese Cuisine

University Chefs & Vietnamese Cuisine


Eventbrite

"Wyn Ma is my favourite Vietnamese Chef, he produces the best Vietnamese Food in London"Cyrus TodiwalaVietnamese Cuisine is known around the world as being light, healthy and of course delicious.The leading principles of the Vietnamese Kitchen are the balancing of flavours and the use of the freshest ingredients.With influences from East and South East Asia, as well as Europe, Vietnam has a truly international food culture.The course will showcase dishes that can be recreated within your University kitchens that will delight students, staff and conference guests. Wyn and Cyrus will work together to deliver this exciting course.

FOOD – reform social & grill, marylebone

FOOD – reform social & grill, marylebone

by junkienews @ Food – Sarah's Thoughts

Us Yorkshire folk love a good Yorkshire pudding. Whether they’re Aunt Bessies or homemade by our nan, nothing quite tops them on a Sunday dinner. So when I heard that Marylebone restaurant Reform Social & Grill were dishing out a … Continue reading

Roasted Welsh Salt Marsh Lamb with Persillade

Roasted Welsh Salt Marsh Lamb with Persillade

by Travel Gourmet @ Travel Gourmet

I bought the lamb from Armstrong’s Family Butchers in St Margaret’s, Twickenham. Family butchers are sadly an endangered species now and rarely found. There is no longer a butcher in the centre of Twickenham, none in Richmond. Of course you can find butcher counters in the supermarkets, but it’s not the same. You’ll find butcher […]

FOOD – arthur’s on the green, twickenham london

FOOD – arthur’s on the green, twickenham london

by junkienews @ Food – Sarah's Thoughts

If you ever find yourself south of the River and in the home of ‘England rugby’, be sure to stop by gourmet bistro Arthur’s On The Green for a true taste of Twickenham’s finest food. From the outside, modern British … Continue reading

A few of my favourite things

by Amie @ Naturally Chinese Restaurant | RSS Feed

The next couple of days are the most exciting, the lead up to Christmas day –the time when all the family will be over, presents will be unwrapped and a sumptuous feast will be lain on a beautifully decorated table. It always begs the question, why do we hustle and bustle to make things perfect for a day that will ... Read More

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VALENTINE’S MENU

by barnard555 @ M Restaurants

All three of our venues will welcome you on Valentine's Day with two glasses of Champagne and a rose!

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Kate Moss's brother serves up healthy food to Croydon youths

Kate Moss's brother serves up healthy food to Croydon youths


South West Londoner

Kate Moss’s brother and Croydon Council are transforming the way college students think about food in order to cut the junk out of diets.

DARE to be different – 2018

by Kate Cook @ bartlett mitchell

DARE is bartlett mitchell’s Delicious And Responsible Eating programme, and focusses on the many benefits eating...

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What did we think about this taster menu

by @ Richmond and Twickenham Times | Food

Tasting menus are one of the capital’s latest food trends so we popped into Slug and Lettuce’s attempt to bring more ‘picky’ food to the borough.

WAGYU EXPERIENCE MENU

by barnard555 @ M Restaurants

Dedicated to showcasing the world’s most exclusive and highest grading Kobe and Wagyu Beef

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HOP Vietnamese Street Eats - Team Member - Immediate Start - Part Time (20h/week) job in London (Central), London (Greater) | Gumtree

HOP Vietnamese Street Eats - Team Member - Immediate Start - Part Time (20h/week) job in London (Central), London (Greater) | Gumtree


Gumtree Jobs

HOP Vietnamese - Immediate start - Team Members Wanted - Part Time & Full Time roles available - up to £8.50 per hour

ASK Italian In Grafton Way, Fitzrovia - Book Today

ASK Italian In Grafton Way, Fitzrovia - Book Today


Ask Italian

We're found just a few minutes from Euston and the British Museum, with great views of the iconic BT Tower. Book your next Italian meal with ASK.

Sticky Rice and Mung Bean Breakfast Parcels and Vietnamese Supper Clubs

Sticky Rice and Mung Bean Breakfast Parcels and Vietnamese Supper Clubs

by thejadecave @ Uncategorized – The Jade Cave

The little package of yellow, turmeric infused steamed glutinous rice is topped by shavings of cream coloured mung beans and sunburnt crispy shallots.  Taking a break the other day from my lovely green smoothie breakfasts a la Vedged Out, I decided to carb-out and make this popular Hanoian breakfast dish. For some months now it’s been sitting […]

Piecaramba! – the best lunch in Winchester

by Laura @ Middle of Adventure

  Jim and I celebrated our four year anniversary by making a short weekend trip to the beautiful old town of Winchester last Friday and had such a great time. We stayed in a gorgeous boutique B&B called Hannah’s (more on that next week!), walked around a lot and ate so much tasty food. All in all, it was such a lovely stay – I just wish it had been a bit longer! That said, I’m already planning a trip back…   Our first stop was food – of course. As I’m doing Veganuary, I looked for places where I could find good vegan options, and luckily stumbled onto the little gem that is Piecaramba! on Parchment Street. They’re a little pie shop/comic book store with a super colourful decor and as many as 21 (!) different pies on the menu. And, out of the 21, six are either vegetarian or vegan, too! I’d go as far as to say that they do the best lunch in Winchester – it was really that good!     The food was fantastic. I went for one of the vegan ones called Porky Pie, which included BBQ style pulled jackfruit, onion, garlic and paprika, which all complimented […]

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Yan Kit So Memorial Award for Asian Cookery Writers

Yan Kit So Memorial Award for Asian Cookery Writers

by thejadecave @ Uncategorized – The Jade Cave

During my month long hiatus from The Jade Cave involving a couple of rushed house moves, I am thrilled to announce that I was awarded Asia House’s Yan Kit So Memorial Award for budding Asian Food writers. The award is a generous travel grant that will get me to Vietnam this Autumn, where I’ll continue […]

Lemongrass Logo

Lemongrass Logo

by thejadecave @ Uncategorized – The Jade Cave

Tester logo for the new pop up restaurant.

My travel plans for 2018

by Laura @ Middle of Adventure

EUROPE   Dublin, Ireland   I am so ridiculously excited about this. I’ve been to Dublin twice and really enjoyed myself both times – it’s such a laid back city with lovely people and I love that you can pretty much walk everywhere. Plus, who doesn’t love the accent? I haven’t been there in over four years, so I really can’t wait to go back and see what’s changed!   I’m going with three of my girlfriends and we’ll be staying in a lovely Airbnb (my first time ever!) and I’m so looking forward to eating, drinking and roaming the city together. One of my friends is actually a Dubliner too, which, of course, is a massive plus as she will know all the best places to go to. If you have any tips on restaurants or cute bars/pubs, please send them my way!   Helsinki, Finland (x2 – at least)   I thought twice whether or not to include Finland on this list, because as much as I love it and enjoy visiting, it’s not really a holiday as I’ll be rushing around trying to see all of my friends and family. But, as I’m going there for my […]

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Foodism: An Alternative Start to Xmas Lunch

by barnard555 @ M Restaurants

M's Executive Chef Mike Reid was featured in Foodism mag, along with his festive Reindeer Tartare dish.

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Fresh and traditional Vietnamese food on the menu at Ben Tanh

Fresh and traditional Vietnamese food on the menu at Ben Tanh


Richmond and Twickenham Times

There was a time, not so long ago, when the British will have associated Asian food with battered meat and sticky neon-coloured sauce, but the…

Warm Comfort

by Amie @ Naturally Chinese Restaurant | RSS Feed

Which would you say are the foods that bring you warm comfort in the winter? And how do you cook them, if you do? Perhaps it is the way the dish is prepared or its texture, saltiness, even sweetness, but my favourite foods to look forward to this season are the rich dark vegetables. The vegetable or plant food brings the ... Read More

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