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Trinity, Clapham, Review

Adam Byatt's Trinity, Clapham

4 The Polygon, Clapham, London, SW4 0JG www.trinityrestaurant.co.uk Trinity is the second Clapham restaurant of chef patron Adam Byatt, with the first being the now defunct Thyme, and it works very hard to amalgamate fine dining with its friendly neighbourhood restaurant ethos. From the outset, there’s the unassuming entrance. Soft lighting gently framed the windows with only…

A potted tale of Canteen

Canteen's Great British Food cookbook

Canteen is the critically acclaimed mini restaurant chain whose raison d’être is to serve wholesome British food and this has been a major factor in its success from day one. There are four busy locations across central London playing host to a branch of Canteen: Spitalfields, Royal Festival Hall, Baker Street and Canary Wharf. Now coming…

‘Home Bake’ by Eric Lanlard

Home Bake by Eric Lanlard

Eric Lanlard‘s new book Home Bake looks too good. So good in fact, it’s almost obscene. That’s the conclusion I’ve come to after some two weeks of picking it up, flipping through the pages and mulling over what I thought of it. You see, every time I thought of something to write, I got distracted…

‘Littledish favourites cookbook’ by Hillary Graves

Little Dish Favourites Cookbook by Hillary Graves

You may know Little Dish as the company that makes fresh, healthy food for kids using only natural ingredients, an idea which has no doubt been of endless help to busy mums and dads everywhere. Well, they have now released their first collection of recipes, The Little Dish Favourites Cookbook. Little Dish Favourites reads like a…

Perfume Diaries Afternoon Tea at Harrods Preview

“Champagne for everyone!” Dahling, that’s how things roll at Harrods. Well, at least that’s the way things went down when I was invited to attend a cake making master-class this week with celebrity Patissier, Eric Lanlard, at Harrod’s Poggenpohl Kitchens. The event was the tasty preview of the Perfume Diaries Afternoon Tea opening at Harrods next…

‘A delicious way to earn a living’ by Michael Bateman

The late Michael Bateman, a prolific writer and food enthusiast, was probably the father of modern food journalism. When he started out in the 50s, it was considered a topic of little worth, but a topic he nevertheless continued to champion throughout his life. A Delicious Way to Earn a Living is a collection of…

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