If you've been considering leaving town for Easter weekend, we may have news that'll make you change your mind. Returning for a third instalment is Cheese Town - the food festival (not to be confused with the dire Giant Cheese Board which broke the internet just before Christmas).
Moving from Brixton to Flat Iron Square in Borough the event features a range of street food traders, all serving up something deeply cheesy. So there's:
The former head chef of Brindisa and the founder of Portena in Borough Market have joined forces to open an Argentinean parilla restaurant with all manner of grilled meat on the menu.
After setting down roots in Hong Kong, Duddell's is making the leap to the UK, opening its first overseas restaurant in the palatial St Thomas Church in London Bridge.
Traditionally, deep fried carbs are the mainstay of Irish pub grub. Not so at Mc & Sons, who's Chiang Mai head chef will be cooking up heavily spiced traditional Thai food - perfect to accompany your Guinness.
Under the Union Street arches in October, Bala Baya is expanding to the streets with their new Bala Baya Shook. Yes, it's a Middle Eastern style market where you'll be able to pick up lots of Bala Baya goodies to either eat there or grab to take home.
So for breakfast, expect snacks like Babka Pretzels, Pitta Pie and Poppy Seed Filas, Iced Cinnamon Buns, Chocolate Babka Swirl and Quince & Almond
If you hadn't already read our headline you'd be forgiven for thinking this rather rustic scene was a trattoria somewhere south of Naples. But, no, it's actually the basement bar of Gordon Ramsay's Union Street Cafe in Southwark.
The place has been completely transformed into an olive grove complete with olive trees and vines and it's the fruit of the trees which is key to the experience. The restaurant has teamed up with Martini to make a special olive oil cocktail menu.
Bala Baya is bringing Tel Aviv to London, by way of up-and-coming Southwark - we head down to take a look.
14/12/16 - updated with soft launch details.
Southwark’s Old Union arches will be home to new Israeli restaurant come January 2017, with its own in-house Gazoz bar. It’s the first solo venture from Eran Tibi, who cut his teeth working with Israeli food legend Yotam Ottolenghi.
By day, Bala Baya will be sending out freshly, piping hot pitta bread cooked in house in their special pitta oven, Tel
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