Tapas

The Rise of the Gluten-Free Diet Coeliac Disease

Antony Bennett | Posted 17.06.2014 | UK Lifestyle
Antony Bennett

Many people in this world watch their diet. Some have to watch what they eat due to a variety of food allergies, but 1 in every 100 people in the UK have coeliac disease and have to steer clear of foods that contain gluten for life.

A Foodie's Guide to Spain's Ultimate Dining Hotspots

Adam Bown | Posted 13.05.2014 | UK Lifestyle
Adam Bown

Spain is a gastronomic Nirvana for foodies, with towns, cities and regions all boasting delicious local specialities. However, we've tasted our way through España to give you the inside scoop on the best places to taste tantalising tapas and other Spanish delicacies! From cosy and obscure to super chic and incredibly sleek, these Spanish hotspots are not to be missed.

Is Valencia the New Barcelona?

Lorenzo Belenguer | Posted 25.01.2014 | UK Lifestyle
Lorenzo Belenguer

Valencia, the third most important city in Spain, used to be the best-kept secret. Not anymore. Valencia has been selected on several occasions by the prestigious travel guide Lonely Planet as one of the coolest top five cities and with one of the top ten urban beaches on Earth.

Tour and Tasting at Arzak

Antony Bennett | Posted 23.01.2014 | UK Lifestyle
Antony Bennett

In the development kitchen, the boys are working three months ahead for a dish (yes that's per dish) and they are currently working on about ten dishes before they will be ready to go downstairs to the restaurant, this is tapioca and lobster...

Bermondsey Street - A Restaurant Mecca

James Emtage | Posted 11.04.2014 | UK Lifestyle
James Emtage

One pocket that's crying out for a dalliance is Bermondsey St., which hides away behind London Bridge. Its niche is its restaurants: it is so overflowing with a stunning and varied selection of eateries that it qualifies to be a foodie pocket of its own. Here are four of my fave.

Antony Bennett Interviews Acclaimed Chefs Juan Mari Arzak and Elena Arzak: Part Two

Antony Bennett | Posted 17.12.2013 | UK Lifestyle
Antony Bennett

This was the beginning of modern cuisine in Spain; there was a round table in Madrid where they invited the most important chefs in Spain to get together with food journalists. They invited myself, Bocousse and Raymond Olivier from Paris.

Antony Bennett Interviews Acclaimed Chefs Juan Mari Arzak and Elena Arzak: Part One

Antony Bennett | Posted 23.01.2014 | UK Lifestyle
Antony Bennett

The excitement level in me is at 100% - I'm about to burst as I pull up to a restaurant ranked number eight in the world with no fewer than three Michelin stars. Armed with my whites neatly folded into my bag and my note pad, I'm ready to lean straight into my next culinary learning curve.

Our Favourite Places: Hungary

Jane Mountain | Posted 05.12.2013 | UK Lifestyle
Jane Mountain

Hungary, a country that is known for her magnificent capital city and not much else. But we soon discovered that Hungary is far more than just Budapest.

Getting Instructed At Ametsa

Ben Falk | Posted 29.10.2013 | UK Lifestyle
Ben Falk

My Mum is a pretty good cook. So is my friend Lottie. Last time I went round to her house for dinner, she had spent 24 hours tending to some pork. It was spectacular. That said, neither my mother or Lottie can claim to be the World's Greatest Female Chef. Elena Arzak can - she was crowned as such in 2012.

Food In August: What's In Season?

The Huffington Post UK | Posted 02.08.2013 | UK Lifestyle

It's the final month for berries (we've found cherries in July a bit lacklustre to say the least) in August - but what other foods are coming into...

Three Great Little Independent Munchers

James Emtage | Posted 11.04.2014 | UK Lifestyle
James Emtage

Nice. Little. And independent. It's what I often crave from a meal out. There's something about the service, the attention to detail and the quality of the food that allows you to differentiate between a person who genuinely cares about their restaurant to a person who solely cares about their profit.

Un Poco De Madrid...

Rebecca Root | Posted 05.08.2013 | UK Universities & Education
Rebecca Root

Eating and drinking aside, there is an array of culture to soak up in Madrid. On arrival I had thought differently. I couldn't list anything I particularly wanted to see or do, with no famous landmarks pitching it as a competitor to Paris. But I was wrong and soon discovered the history that lay deep in old Madrid.

My Recommendations for the Best Food in London

Mr Hudson | Posted 16.09.2012 | Home
Mr Hudson

I often find myself making long lists of recommendations for others, whether it's a friend going to NYC for the first time or a new arrival in London Town. Either way I get a kick out of knowing that they will be able to eat well and that a good restaurant might have a new customer.

Barcelona - Fitness Holiday with a Difference!

Marc Marchant | Posted 18.04.2012 | UK Lifestyle
Marc Marchant

The past decade has seen a rapid rise in the popularity of fitness holidays, boot camps and yoga retreats. Whether it's learning to kite surf in Tarif...

This is not Just a Plate of Ham. This is the Finest Jamón Ibérico From Acorn fed Pigs

Rachael Everitt | Posted 24.12.2011 | UK Lifestyle
Rachael Everitt

As a foodie PR and blogger living in London I'm constantly amazed at the amount of tapas bars we have. I'm probably more aware of this than most as tw...