In restaurant news this week: Dining out in the UK is predicted to fall by over a third in September, London wine bar Top Cuvée gets ready to open a shop, and a MasterChef: The Professionals finalist prepares to open a West African restaurant in October.
Who’s exhibiting at the Wine & Spirits Show 2020?
Some pretty big names in the world of wine are due to rock up at One Whitehall Place next month. We’ve profiled a small selection of who to expect, and what they’re bringing to our two-day drinks extravaganza.
Come to Chelsea to taste the top celebrity drops
Curious to try the wines from stars such as John Malkovich and Sarah Jessica Parker? Then come to the Wine Show Chelsea from this Friday to Sunday.
Rioja’s 10×10 tasting returns to London
Wines from Rioja is celebrating the diversity of the Rioja category with a showcase of 100 of the region’s top wines in October.
Dalloway Terrace collaborates with Ramsbury Estate
A single-estate gin and vodka producer based in Wiltshire, Ramsbury has launched a two-month residency at the Dalloway Terrace in London called ‘Estate of Mind’.
Mattia Bianchi to host wine event at London’s Naughty Piglets
DIRT. a series of wine events launched by Mattia Bianchi, co-founder of Berber & Q, is returning for a third year with the first taking place at Naughty Piglets in Brixton later this month.
Kahani collaborates with Bordeaux Wine Editions for SUP-PER CLUB event
The head chef of Michelin-starred Indian restaurant Kahani in Chelsea will join forces with wine specialists Bordeaux Wines Editions for an exclusive dinner event later this month called SUP-PER CLUB.
Shortlist for the 2019 Wine List Confidential Awards announced
We bring you the shortlist for this year’s Wine List Confidential Awards, recognising London’s top 100 restaurants for wine, which are set to be presented at the London Wine Fair on 20 May.
The Harwood Arms celebrates 10th birthday with special dinner
London’s only Michelin-starred pub, The Harwood Arms, is celebrating its 10-year anniversary with a special dinner which will see head chef Sally Abé join forces with three of the pub’s former head chefs to create a seven-course tasting menu.