If you don't have the budget or enough days holiday to take to do a gastro tour of Italy this year, an upcoming event at Selfridges will do the job instead.
The newly-opened rooftop restaurant Alto by San Carlo is throwing one heck of a dinner in June where the chefs from five top Italian restaurants are popping up for just one night. All in all, there'll be seven Michelin-stars at the restaurant that night who have been gathered together by the Italian
If you've got a soft spot for the good old days, then head to VIVI where you can enjoy your chicken a la king in London landmark Centre Point with Vivi. Just head to the bridge link, and look for the PlayPlax inspired lights...
Just around the corner from Selfridges and St Christopher's Place, chef Zahra Khan is getting ready to open an all day cafe with a special breakfast menu by popular Finnish Instagrammer Vanelja.
It's that time of year where the summer plans for London's rooftops are being unveiled, and latest among these is the John Lewis rooftop - which is becoming Summer of Sound On The Roof. That's because this year, it's all about music. So expect live gigs, DJ sets and acoustic music on their rooftop all summer long.
But frankly, it's more about the food for us - and there's the great news that
Building on their partnership in other stores, Selfridges' Oxford Street store is the latest to get into bed with the San Carlo restaurant group who'll be launching Alto in the store's iconic rooftop space.
The next street food folk to pop up at Selfridges Food Hall are Grill My Cheese. The Leather Lane purveyors of toasted cheese sourdough sarnies will be putting on a combo of classic dishes and Selfridges specials during their four week spot on Oxford Street.
From their classics, you'll find G.M.C (farmhouse mature Cheddar, Farmhouse Cow Milk Mozzarella and bechamel sauce) £6 and their Insta-worthy Rainbow Toasties with beetroot, rocket and
If you were left bereft, or at the very least mildly annoyed, by the news that Dean & DeLuca weren't opening a London store after all, then this should perk you up. They've just done a deal with Selfridges, making the London store the only place in Europe you can buy their products from.
The new 50-item range is now available at
London finally ups its food hall game with six huge food halls planned across London featuring kitchens, communal dining areas, bars and shops
Been up to the third floor of House of Fraser recently? If you have, you might have noticed a new addition in the form of Evans & Blanc, an art deco-themed Champagne bar and restaurant kitted out with plenty of gins, fizz and cocktails, plus seasonal dining.
Here’s some of the food you can expect:
If you're embracing the whole healthy January thing you may be interested to know that next week the Notting Hill plant-based restaurant and bar, Farmacy, is launching a pop up shot bar at Selfridges. It forms part of Selfridges 2018 #EatHappy campaign which runs from January to March and is all about promoting healthy, sustainable and enjoyable food.
You'll find the Farmacy Shot Bar in the department store's Food Hall where they'll be serving up herbal remedies in
We head up on the festive rooftop at John Lewis to check out a Bristol-based popup
It's not often we see a high street conveyer belt sushi chain taking on afternoon tea in upmarket department stores, but now Yo! Sushi has plans to do just that.
They'll be reimagining the traditional cream tea dinner with a lot less cream and a lot more fish - sashimi, seared sushi and tempura nori nachos will all make an appearance, plus salmon caviar draped in edible gold "for that extra Christmas
We're already in an American frame of mind here at Hot Dinners, what with Thanksgivingcoming up this week. So news that Selfridges is putting on a s'mores pop-up was right up our street.
This festive sugary venture is the brainchild of the folk behind Aubaine who'll be serving them in ‘Selfridges Kitchen’ on the fourth floor of the Oxford Street
If you do like to be beside the seaside, head down to the newest Swingers, which will be opening up in the former BHS flagship building off Oxford Street to bring you cocktails, crazy golf, and loads of (as of yet unannounced) street food vendors, including one famously Instagrammable dessert seller we’re yet to find out about.
Those who’ve been entranced by the sound of Bristol’s charming walled garden restaurant The Ethicurean, but haven’t made it over yet, will soon be able to try their menu when they pop up on the John Lewis rooftop.
It’s the latest restaurant to set up in the department store’s rooftop pop-up space, The Gardening Society.
Although famous for charmingly British food with a
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