Dinner Time Stories who brought us the smash hit pop-up, Le Petit Chef is back with the latest venture, Banquet of Hoshena. As most of us know, we eat with all our senses and not just orally and their latest pop-up is all about immersing yourself in the kingdom of Hoshena
With the recent closure of Veneta at St James's, you do wonder whether the project of turning that area into a foodie destination by the Crown Estate has stuttered somewhat. Anzu, which we've reviewed previously on Townfish has made an intelligent move by opening a Tonkotsu ramen residency for most of January and February
The most scintillating dining experience you will encounter this Christmas season and in the coming months is undoubtedly Dinner Time Story, a pop-up, multi-sensory tasting feast taking place in the ultra-hip venue that is TT liquor in Shoreditch
The myriad of options that come up each year for Christmas parties can tax the brain of the most professional event planner
Having been a Londoner for numerous years, I would have never imagined I would be writing these words that Elephant and Castle is becoming a foodie heaven
There seems to be an overabundance of Christmas markets this festive season and it really takes something ultra special to make your offerings stand out from the crowd
If you've ever visited the charming four star Montague on the Gardens Hotel, you will know it is situated in a row of fine Georgian houses in close proximity to the British Museum. It has an old world charm, which you suspect the many visitors of the British Museum would appreciate. However, what you might not expect, is a magical winter wonderland in their back garden terrace.
Going out to Christmas parties is a crucial part of the team-bonding experience at your work or an opportunity to charm someone dear to your heart
Ballie Ballerson is such a brilliantly simple concept, you might wonder why you didn't think of it in the first place
The King & Co is a much-loved local pub for residents of Clapham. They have their popular events such as their hugely entertaining and funny quiz nights
If you haven't enjoyed the frivolities of a supper club yet, you need to make a booking with Popdown by Cuisson straight away
Dinner at the Twits: the most gloriously gruesome immersive dining experience you will ever experience
We love recommending to our followers quirky, unusual experiences to savour and having Dinner at the Twits must be one of the most bizarre dining experiences you will ever encounter
Before the likes of Nobu coming on to the restaurant scene and making fusion cuisine fashionable, there was Trader Vic's already in business in London back in 1963
Immersive cinema has been all the rage for a number of years now. There are a plethora of options out there from screenings in disused railway tunnels and others where dressing up is compulsory
If you still haven't visited the London Wonderground on the Southbank including their charming 1920s Paradiso Spiegeltent, where have you been?
Immersive theatrical experiences are still all the rage these days: Gingerline, The Art of Dining and A Place in Time
There are food street festivals and then there is Night Tales. It is as much a celebration of delectable street food and drinks, as well as a musical celebration.
Whether it is team-building or going on a first date, Londoners are always on the lookout for the latest quirky adventure to bring excitement to the occasion
You might not have heard of Aaron Webster and Remi Williams, the fantastic chefs behind Smoke and salt
If you think Brazilian cuisine is all about churrascarias, then think again. The opening of Rio Boteco in the Institute of Light in Hackney is going to change your perception of what Brazilian food is all about.
If you visit Jimmy's website, you will find that talented chef, Jimmy Garcia is a very busy man: corporate caterer, celebrity TV chef, pop-up restaurateur, wedding caterer and food writer.
As pop-ups go, the beach bar at the Montague on the Gardens is one of the most unlikely venues you will ever see.
Who doesn’t like a summer pop-up to bring some frivolity to hardworking Londoners? There is plenty of competition around between bars to bring the most exotic and colourful experience possible to their guests.
Summer is fast approaching and we will soon see a host of fantastic pop-ups appear around the City. First off the mark is "La Petite Provence" at The Folly.
If there was ever such a thing as a perfect marriage on the restaurant/bar scene, it would be combining the zero-waste, "we will recycle everything" attitude of Silo restaurant in Brighton and the completely revolutionary and unique style of White Lyan
By now, you might have worked out the successful formula for launching a successful street food business: have young, impossibly presentable and hospitable owners
When you think of the words: Italian takeaway, 99% of you will be thinking pizza and it is often the poor quality ones which will offer you a free bottle of coke to hide the taste of their inferior ingredients.
It's a real testament to the popularity of Le Bun that they can open a summer pop-up in a rowdy Brixton pub and then move to a top boutique hotel for their winter pop-up at the Zetter Hotel in Clerkenwell.
Having visited their multi-coloured radiant summer pop up by Tower Bridge during the warmer months of July and August, I was curious to see what they have been up to with their winter pop up special on Cannon Street. Ceru specialises in food from the Levant which is a large part of the eastern Mediterranean.