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Ember Yard - Small plates, smokey

60 Berwick Street, London, Ember Yard is the fourth restaurant from Salt Yard Group and takes inspiration from Spanish and Italian methods of cooking over charcoal.

Chiltern Firehouse

Chiltern Firehouse celebrates contemporary, ingredient-focused cooking, with an underlying American accent. Michelin-starred chef Nuno Mendes draws on a career split between the United States and Europe to create a changing menu of reimagined classics.

The Clove Club

The Clove Club (opens Monday). The latest pop up from the Ten Bells guys in the Shoreditch Town Hall will have a bar serving a concise edit of Old and New World wines, sherry and some classic cocktails (you'll have to come back to try out their set menu)

Villandry

Villandry-one of my all time favourite shops in the whole world

Pate Moi - delicious mushroom pate. Intense earthy flavours, great on toasted bread. We always get the 3-tub special at Borough Market.

Pâté Moi - the famous British pâté, hand made with organic mushrooms from Suffolk and plenty of love. Adored by vegetarians and carnivores!

Kappacasein at Borough Market - THE BEST CHEESE TOASTIE ON THE PLANET!

Kappacasein at Borough Market - THE BEST CHEESE TOASTIE ON THE PLANET!

Our strategy - go with a bunch of people (e.g. 7) and order everything on their tapas menu. You'll walk out with a very happy (triplet-sized food baby) tummy :)

Salt Yard is an award-winning bar and restaurant serving modern tapas inspired by the flavours & produce of Spain & Italy.

Honest Burgers - go for the oh-my-damn rosemary salt chips (the burgers are not bad either!)

Honest Burgers - go for the oh-my-damn rosemary salt chips (the burgers are not bad either!

Pei Mei | Wind Chicken

Pei Mei | Wind Chicken

What goes on behind the scenes of a cookbook? - Diana Henry

My latest book, A Change of Appetite, is out this week. the recipes are tested, the pictures are calming. But what exactly goes into the making of a cookbook?