After a successful pop-up a few years ago, Albert Adrià is coming back to London for good with an all-dessert restaurant in the swanky Hotel Cafe Royal.
Don’t be distracted by the highly ‘grammable flower tunnel and croquembouche tower - it’s the gorgeous French eclairs, choux and chouquettes you’ll be wanting to focus on at this new branch of Maitre Choux.
Bubble waffles are probably the trendiest dessert around at this moment, and Bufle is the latest spot to dish them out to Londoners. Expect matched cocktails too.
Brighten up your Instagram feed with one of London's new dreamy Chinatown desserts
6/3/17 - Updated with opening date.
In a nutshell: Hong Kong egg waffle stall puts down roots in London
Summing it all up: After cutting their teeth as a festival food truck, this mix-and-match street food from east Asia is making its way to Soho for good.
You know it's Christmas when you start seeing Ferrero Rocher ads on the TV - but that's not enough for the nutty chocolates this year, they're having a pop-up in Covent Garden too.
As to what you'll get from the experience - you can expect a tasting plate of five mini hand-crafted desserts, curated by Cuisson's chef Paul Hannagen. And then - of course - you'll round things off with a Ferrero
Last night, Hot Dinners popped along to The Shard for our first official Christmas party of the season. The do was to launch Vivienne Westwood's Christmas tree at aqua shard, which is part of a wider partnership the designer has entered into with the restaurant.
So in addition to the whopping 18 foot tree (and to tie in with the rainforest charity Cool Earth which Vivienne supports) there's also a special chocolate dessert (pictured), a Johnnie
So this is a bit of fun. The Savoy has introduced a Temptation Wheel - a roulette game where the wheel decides what chocolates, desserts or cocktail you go for. It's to showcase the new evening menu at the hotel's Thames Foyer where they currently do afternoon tea.
The idea is that you call for the wheel, which rolled to the table on a trolley. It's then spun and depending on where it ends up you choose a dessert matched with a hand-made chocolate and
Apparently July is National Icecream Month, which may be a slightly spurious PR scheme, but is proving a rather excellent source of inspiration to London chefs it seems.
These rather wonderful looking creations are the clotted ice-cream and raspberry ripple doughnut sliders currently being served up at maze Grill Park Walk and maze Grill Royal Hospital Road. They cost £8 and come with toasted pistachios and chocolate sauce, as a special addition to