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  • Gelupo launch a Michelin gelato range with Roux, Koffmann and more


    We're pretty partial to a scoop or two of Gelupo ice-cream so we're quite taken with their latest wheeze. To tie in with the launch of the new Michelin guide they've come up with a special collaboration - seven gelato collaborations with seven Michelin-starred chefs. Each flavour ties in with the kind of dishes you'd find at their restaurants. And they are:

    • ‘Dr Henderson’ (an unusual blend of Fernet-Branca and crème de menthe) from Fergus
  • The huge Oklava Sunday Feast headlines their own kebabs

    The Oklava Sunday Feast will certainly fill you up this weekend

    We do like the sound of the new Sunday special at Shoreditch's Oklava. Chef Selin Kiazim is putting on a, frankly huge, feast that is rounded off by some special kebabs. Apparently, the Kebab, or ‘kebap’, is something that Selin always did with her family on Sundays.  And its inspiration is drawn directly from childhood holidays in Cyprus, where her family would all get round the table and enjoy this spread, which

  • London restaurants sign up for Goatober


    If the idea of Go Sober for October doesn't sound too enticing, here's another month-long enterprise that might be more your thing. Goatober will be a month long celebration of Britain's dairy billy goat meat industry. Inspired by the US version where dishes are served up in restaurants like Gramercy Tavern, Babbo, Spotted Pig and Bar Boulud, it's been pushed in Britain by James Whetlor from Cabrito Goat Meat and they've got an impressive list of restaurants taking

  • Gizzi Erskine launches a chicken satay dish at LEON


    Here's an easy prediction. The new tie-up between fast food chain LEON and Gizzi Erskine will be a runaway success. Launching next week, the chef and food writer Gizzi will showcase the dish she created - the Chicken Satay Salad costs £6.45. It was inspired by her cookbook Gizzi's Healthy Appetite and consists of sweet potato, carrot and daikon spiralised salad, topped with LEON’s chargrilled chicken and finished with a punchy pot of satay sauce with a sprinkling of

  • Benares launches regional Indian street food menu

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    Benares is paying homage to the diverse culture and heritage of Indian street food with a new menu set to launch this month at the Michelin-starred Indian restaurant and bar.

    Available from next Monday until Christmas, the street food menu features five dishes, each of which have been designed by a chef from the Benares kitchen.

    The menu is made up of dishes from every corner of India and pays homage to the diverse cuisines of each

  • Test Driving 34's Champagne Lover's Lunch

    34 600Unlimited champagne makes this Mayfair spot suddenly very affordable this summer.

  • Where to watch, eat and drink the Rio Olympics in London this summer

    pizap.com14700771330311We've handed over the baton to Rio, so it's time to sit back and enjoy the Olympics from a restaurant beside the Olympic stadium rather than in it. Here's what London's restaurants and bars are doing for it

  • Head to CAUnival this August for a special charity DJ BBQ burger


    We love a good cause here at Hot Dinners and no cause is closer to our hearts than Action Against Hunger. So we're right behind an initiative from CAU Restaurants which is supporting the charity with all manner of BBQ food and fun. This is the second year the restaurant group's put on its #CAUnival festival and this year they're teaming up with barbecue top dog DJ BBQ.

    DJ BBQ kicks off the month long festival with an evening of food, drink and music at CAU St

  • Notting Hill's Little Yellow Door launches an emoji-only menu


    Another day, another London restaurant with a crazy, headline-seeking story. Hot on the heels of World Emoji Day - Notting Hill restaurant The Little Yellow Door has launched what they say is the world's first emoji-only menu.

    The summer special, illustrated by the cartoon-style graphics, is on offer every Wednesday and Thursday throughout July and August, at £15 for two courses.

    We won't attempt to translate the dishes into emojis here, but you can

  • ROKA Charlotte Street launches a kaiseki cocktail pairing menu


    We've long had wine pairing and then there was beer pairing - now London is seeing a new-ish trend for restaurants to pair food with cocktails. We recently tried the cocktail pairing menu at the Clove Club Bar. And now there's another intriguing combination in Fitzrovia with Rokas Shochu launching a Kaiseki Cocktail Pairing Menu next week.

    The seven course menu of small dishes has been worked on by the ches in conjunction with the bar team. Diners

  • Salon Brixton launches an extended experience at dinner


    Chef Nicholas Balfe has been turning out some stunning food at his Salon restaurant in Brixton since opening in 2012 - and we're excited to hear about the new 'extended experience' he's come up with for the dinner service.

    The six course set menu, with some very inventive snacks thrown in too, will change frequently: on the night we went it was full of truly

  • MASH London launches a wagyu steak tasting menu

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    For one month only, Soho steakhouse Mash is putting on a wagyu tasting plate allowing diners to try three different Wagyu meats – Kobe XO, Wagyu XO and Australian AACo Wagyu – for £80.

    TasteWagyu starts Sunday 5 June 2016 and is available Sun - Thursday until 5 July 2016. It'll be served at lunch and dinner and you have to say you're looking to try it when booking.

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  • Royal Garden Hotel brings out 1966 anniversary Bobby Moore menu

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    It's been fifty long years since England lifted up the World Cup. But rather than dwell on how many opportunities we've had (and failed) to recapture the cup, how about eating out to commemorate the glorious game instead?

    Back in 1966 The Royal Garden Hotel in Kensington was the official host of Bobby Moore's winning World Cup team. Google it and you'll see some frankly amazing shots of the hotel completely mobbed as the team come out to show off

  • Galvin at Windows introduces new fast food bar menu


    The bar at Galvin at Windows right at the top of the Hilton Park Lane was always a pretty sweet spot to drink, but the addition of a new gourmet fast food menu has it back at the top of our must-visit list.

    Head Chef Joo Won has come up with all manner of enticing bar food for his La Nuit menu. So there's a Dirty Smoked Bacon Burger (£14), the Galvin's Dog Deluxe - both £14, there's a Dirty Portobello Mushroom Cheese Burger (£12) and Joo's also putting on his

  • The Diner puts on two burgers for its Beeferendum


    While we feel sure that this isn't the last European referendum-themed resturant story we'll get, it has the big advantage of being the first. For the next 3 months The Diner will be embarking on Beef-erendum. They've come up with two burgers to help you choose whether or not the UK should remain in the European Union.

    ‘Le Dave’ Burger (above, right) features a French Charolais beef patty, topped with Swiss cheese and caramelised onions, scattered with


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