Atrium Kitchen and its three adjoining event spaces are innovative, modern and versatile venues in the heart of Camden Market. It is an all day hangout serving contemporary breakfast, brunch, lunch and dinner.
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It’s not easy to open a spate of brand-new restaurants and maintain high standards, but chef-patron Jason Atherton has clearly moved on from being the sor
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All right, Frenchie?’ That’s how Jamie Oliver used to greet his Nantes-born head chef Gregory Marchand when they shared the kitchens at Fifteen.
When Italian food enthusiast Pellegrino Artusi published his book ‘Science in the Kitchen and the Art of Eating Well’ in it marked a turning p
Remember when Pat Butcher came back from the dead? The homecoming of Little Nan’s Bar to Deptford – it originally opened in 2013 and was forced to c
Indian food in London has long since moved on from the days of lager and poppadums in restaurants defined by velvet-lined chairs, a fish tank and a single After
National Vegetarian Week: five of our favourite veggie-friendly restaurants – Now. – Time Out London
For an authentic taste of modern Spain, you can’t go far wrong with Copita. Like sister restaurant Barrica, this is a place where you get properly tapa-si
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Just in case your GCSE Spanish is a little rusty, ‘casita’ means ‘little house’. And Casita Andina is just that: a little house.
While evenings are still busy-to-frantic in this two-floored contemporary trattoria, lunchtime finds Trullo calm and the cooking relaxed and assured. A bargain
Last year a trendy brunch spot called Bad Egg opened in the City. This one is no relation and doesn’t have much to do with eggs – but it is good, ve