LONDON'S Turkish food scene has grown in recent years, with parts of the capital’s north-east becoming celebrated for small, family-run eateries that pull in diners from far afield.
Food and Drink
PEOPLE from Sardinia dislike being called Italian – they are fiercely proud of their island culture.
AS you wander down the Regent’s Canal in the morning, the wood smoke from the barges suggest toasted crumpets, steam from kettles, and griddle pans with things sizzling away.
JANUARY is a time for renewal but a grim month for the restaurant trade. Empty wallets, new diets and plans to go booze-free keep customers at home.
TWO new pizza restaurants this week – a double dose of dough from Camden and Islington.
WE don’t want any of that pompous nonsense,” declares tutor Heidi Cullip, popping the cork on a bottle of bubbly. We’re at a wine workshop hosted by her North London Wine School.
IT'S an advert to melt the coldest of hearts: a handwritten sign for £2 brownies on the counter at Natural Food Store.
AN explosion of crab shell, hands soaked in scarlet sauce. My Calcutta Street meal was the messiest since childhood – and that’s a glowing compliment.