As the lockdown continues one of the (few) positives is that there are now many more opportunities to get meals from some of London's best restaurants sent right to your door - anywhere in the country. The latest to throw their hat into the ring is particularly interesting - as the Michelin-starred Lyle's gets ready to send out their own boxes.
There are three boxes -
For London's grouse lovers there are two ways to enjoy the game bird - in restaurants and at home. We gave both a try.
From estate to plate, we have a comprehensive list of where to dine on the best birds in London, whichever style you fancy.
Wild British game - it's seasonal, it's local, no wonder London chefs are loving putting it on their menus. Everyone goes crazy when grouse hits restaurants for The Glorious Twelfth in August, but the game season is now fully on with everything from partridge to woodcock and mallard available. We've picked out a few hero dishes where you can try it in London right now.
When the chap behind Michelin-starred pub The Harwood Arms opens a new place devoted to British food cooked over fire in Bard country, we thought it was worth taking a look. And yes, it happens to have a cracking cocktail trolley too. Sold.
Knowing how much Londoners love their pasta, we popped along to Jun Tanaka's Fitzrovian restaurant to check out his new seasonal menu.
If you've wanted to attend either of Lyle's previous two game events but weren't fast enough off the mark, then this year might be the year you finally get to go. Hot Dinners have the scoop on the 2016 line-up for this top chef event and it looks pretty unmissable.
The gist of it is that Lyle's chef James Lowe invites really interesting chefs from all over the world to come and cook over two days in October. But the dinners are the
With all the spurious National Weeks we have flying around it's not surprising that a London pub chain has taken it upon itself to launch its own such week. This is how National Pheasant Week came about. It's the brainchild of the ETM group and takes place from the 16-22 November 2015.
Which is where this rather marvellous sounding dish comes into play. The Finger Lickin’ Pheasant Bucket costs £15 and features eight
If you were tempted by blogger Chris Pople's elegiac account of eating grouse at Racine last year, only to have your hopes at replicating that meal dashed when chef Henry Harris decided to close the restaurant down, then we have good news for you. Henry is returning to the pass for a night at Craft London to cook up a game supper worth