Afternoon Tea – The Drawing Room at Flemings Mayfair

afternoon tea at luxury boutique hotel Flemings Mayfair

Michelin-starred chef Shaun Rankin has come to afternoon tea at Flemings Mayfair

Beautiful to behold and something special to savour – celebrated chef Shaun Rankin has been sprinkling some Michelin-starred magic onto a new afternoon tea offering at luxury boutique hotel Flemings Mayfair.

Served daily in the stunningly refurbished Drawing Room, the delectable new treats have been perfectly paired with either the finest tea leaves from specialists The East India Company or, for added luxury,  a glass of NV ‘Cuvee D’, Devaux, Aube champagne especially selected by Flemings’ award-winning sommelier Andreas Rosendal.

Embracing the same understated luxury of the hotel’s new restaurant, Ormer Mayfair, Shaun’s afternoon tea imbues classic sophistication with simple flavours from his impeccably-sourced produce that speaks for itself.

Savour delicate finger sandwiches of classic coronation chicken on wholemeal; luxurious smoked salmon on black rye and egg mayonnaise in a fluffy brioche bun.  Next, homemade raisin and plain scones are served simply with Jersey Chantilly cream and plenty of preserves.

The all-important top layer of prepossessing petit fours includes a dark, rich, layered opera cake finished with a mini coffee macaron; a soft, light pavlova with exotic cream and fresh fruit and moreish Paris-Brest with smooth hazelnut crèmeux.

Fine teas to choose from include Jasmine Pearls, Lis-Han Oolong, spiced Bombay Chai and Flemings’ Signature Breakfast Blend, all served in beautiful Bernardaud crockery against the refined backdrop of The Drawing Room.  The buidling’s Georgian history is reflected in the room’s harmonious proportions with reinstated period detail including 3m ceiling height and sash windows as well as an original marble fireplace of 1851 providing the focal point of the room. The lavish theme continues with hand-painted De Gournay wall panels depicting evocative scenes of India, a library filled with cultural tomes by Assouline and beautiful artistry from Eileen Schaer.

Afternoon tea is served daily from 12:30pm – 5pm in three tempting packages:

Treat Me (where you and a friend can buy one tea and get one half price), available Monday – Friday for £34.50 per person;

Drawing Room Tea, available Saturday and Sunday £34.50 per person


Drawing Room Tea with Champagne, available Monday – Sunday for £48.00 per person.

Afternoon Tea In The Drawing Room at Flemings Mayfair

7 -12 Half Moon Street
London W1J 7BH
T: 020 7499 0000 |
@flemingsmayfair |


Busaba comes to Eastcastle Street, in the heart of London

Bangkok Now! Busaba comes to Eastcastle Street

Busaba comes to Eastcastle Street

All the buzz of Modern Bangkok is in evidence at the latest opening of Busaba on Eastcastle Street, Oxford Circus. Experience the tastes, flavours and aromas of Asia’s coolest city whilst indulging in fresh, vibrant and zingy Thai dishes and contemporary cocktails.

Bangkok Now!

Busaba speaks the language of modern Bangkok eating, inspired by the traditions of Thai cookery, with the fragrant flavours and vibrant colours of every plate transporting you across the Indian Ocean, with a menu created by Executive Chef Jude Sangsida. Start with small plates of Busaba’s signature Thai calamari with zingy ginger and green peppercorn, or som tam – a fragrant green papaya salad with dried shrimp, peanut, cherry tomato and fresh lime. Noodles are served up in classic soups, such as coconut-rich Northern Thai laksa and tom yam soup, or fried in the sizzling wok and served in a variety of ways including the Sen Chan Pad Thai. Those with a craving for curry can take pleasure in freshly made fiery pastes including jungle chicken with Thai aubergine; mussaman duck with star anise; and songkhla beef with tangy banana pepper best enjoyed with jasmine rice to balance the heat.

New to the Eastcastle Street restaurant is the Bangkok Char-Grill category with dishes featuring a distinct seared barbecue aroma and taste, from Issan-style chicken with spicy cucumber salad, to tamarind-grilled duck with Chinese broccoli, to green curry with grilled chicken. Also available is the new ‘Best of Busaba’ set menu that heroes some of the restaurant’s most popular and iconic dishes, meanwhile the Bangkok Express Lunch menu – priced – at £8.95 offers a selection of speedy, single-pot meals which diners can choose to customise with spices, pastes and meats to their desired tastes.

Let’s Drink

Complementing the menu’s Thai ingredients and flavours, a vast selection of Asian beers and Thai spirits are available from the bar alongside other traditional refreshments and cocktails made using fresh, exotic fruits. Highlights include the refreshing Guava Bellini created with guava purèe; Asian Mojito with kaffir lime leaves; and ginger spiced Red Mule featuring a dash of hibiscus syrup. For those after a pre-weekend treat can take advantage of the bar’s 2-for-1 cocktail offer available all day every Thursday. Beer lovers will be sure to opt for a chilled bottle of Busaba Saison – exclusively brewed for the restaurant by Hop Kettle Brewery – or Chang, Thailand’s most famous beer.

A wide selection of soft drinks are also available, including loose leaf teas, chilled sips including Aloe Vera Juice and Ecos Thai Coconut Water, and Busaba’s famed fresh juice blends, such as Koh Samui (orange, carrot, lime and coconut) and Guava Collins (guava, kaffir lime leaves, lime and coconut).

A Temple

The interior reflects present day urban Bangkok with all its diversity and creativity, welcoming guests with a unique sensory experience of tastes, sights, aromas and energy. Described as Asia’s new metropolis of cool, Busaba has brought this to life via an exclusive collaboration with two of Bangkok’s most recognisable street artists, Alex Face and Rukkit. Their graphic street art is displayed within the restaurant and on the menus alongside images of Bangkok and art from throughout the city. Additional features include the temple wall with gold, brass, timber and Thai brickwork, alongside a new kitchen pantry and feature bar. As well as the classic Busaba square communal tables, guests can choose to dine in spaces created for singles and couples at the concertina windows or on high tables near the bar.

All Things Techy

Thai foodie fans can take advantage of Busaba’s free loyalty app and ‘Path to Enlightenment’ programme, with every visit being a step closer towards exclusive treats, VIP experiences and complimentary dishes. The app also allows and rewards guests for paying the bill automatically at the table, splitting the cost between friends where needed, so there’s no more waiting around after a meal. A ‘click and collect’ service is also now available via the Busaba website, offering flexible dining for those on the go.

52-53 Eastcastle Street, London W1W 8ED


Squid Kitchen Now Open | Hackney Kitchen + Bar Residency


Squid Kitchen -Street Food Sensation

Come and get your squid on with streetfood sensation Squid Kitchen’s new kitchen residency at café 119 Lower Clapton in Hackney, where they are firing up some Spanish sizzle this autumn. Expect tapas and tipples aplenty in East London, throughout October and November 2016 where treats are inspired by the vibrant food markets of Madrid.

 Squid Kitchen is excited to announce its first full venue kitchen and bar takeover since launching in 2014. Growing from a food market stall trading at Partridges in Chelsea, and followed quickly by a series of successful residencies including The King & Co. in Clapham which was listed in the Evening Standard’s ‘Top 5 Kitchen Takeovers’, September 2015.


The casual dining environment offers a relaxed, authentic experience, perfect for delving into a range of flavoursome small plates, or for enjoying a bar snack accompanied by a glass of Rioja.

 Guests are invited to feast on a selection of traditional small plates with a contemporary twist showcasing a fresh perspective on London’s tapas offerings. Enjoy rustic Spanish grub including ‘Slow Cooked Chorizo with paprika, piquillo peppers and sherry vinegar chickpeas’ (£6.50), ‘Beetroot, Morcilla & Manchego with walnuts, apple compote and sordough (£8), or a signature ‘Baby Squid Stew with piquillo peppers and pinto beans’ accompanied by garlic toast perfect for mopping up (£7.50).

Highlights from the bar snacks include ‘Spinach & Chickpea Fritters with Aioli’ (£4) and ‘Chorizo, Apple & Thyme Sausage Roll’ (£3), while treats feature a ‘Tarte de Santiago’ an almond tart with vanilla cream, and weekly changing ‘Spanish Cheese’ paired with fig jam and walnuts, both at £5.50.

A red and white house Rioja from the Sonsierra and Valle de Jubera regions (glass £5.50, bottle £22), features on the drinks list alongside locally-brewed craft cerveza from Beavertown Brewery (£4.50) and Umbrella Brewery (£4), as well as Square Root Soda (£2.50) handmade in Hackney. A choice of 2 refreshing gin-based cocktails include White Sangria (£7) or a Spanish G&T made with orange bitters and orange zest (£7) to give guests a taste of Madrid’s mercado.

 Squid Kitchen is open 7 to 11pm every Thursday, Friday and Saturday, until 26 November.

Walk-ins are welcome or purchase a £30 ticket which includes a welcome cocktail, bar snacks, 3 small plates and pudding, per person and ensures guaranteed seating. For reservations please email

Squid Kitchen | 119 Lower Clapton Road, E5 0NP | @squidkitchen| #SquidKitchen


5 Must Visit Bars in Soho, London

Basement Sate

5 Bars in Soho You Must See!

Soho is without a doubt one of London’s key areas for discovering things new and unseen. With its quirky cafes and unique stores, there’s no shortage of things to do or places to stumble upon. And that eccentricity and variety might apply even more so to its nightlife. Soho is a land full of surprises, unique twists and unusual delights. Though its bars may not look as flamboyant from the outside, they bring just as much style, sass and sophistication as any City bar you’re used to. Here are five of the best Soho Bars in London

Bar Termini

With a five star rating on TimeOut, Bar Termini’s customers shout its praises for it, and rightfully so. The bar is famed for its exquisite coffee and cocktails, book-ending your day the only way you need.

The bar’s coffee is overseen by none other than Marco Arrigo himself, Head of Quality for Illy and the trainer of more barristas than anybody in the UK. Termini’s cocktail menu, meanwhile, is created and curated by alco-alchemist Tony Conigliaro, and together they make quite the team.

Booking ahead at Bar Termini is essential after 5pm – there’s only room for 25 people and its seated only, ensuring you get the full tipple-and-talk experience. Prices of cocktails are slightly higher than the norm, but include triple measures. Overall, you’d be hard-pushed to find better value cocktails in this location.

Soho Zebrano

A restaurant and party bar, Soho Zebrano is perhaps best known for its free-flowing Prosecco and astounding Happy Hour deals on cocktails, beers and wines.

The venue was once home to some of London’s best comedy and music of the mid-sixties, giving it an already-esteemed appeal. Nowadays it runs a weekly programme of entertainment including live music, DJs and networking events, offering VIP table areas on weekends with real ‘members-only’ style service.

Thanks to its convenient placement close to the West End’s centre, Zebrano is a great place to enjoy a pre- or post-theatre dinner – particularly if American-diner-style food is just your thing.

Milk & Honey

A tiny, discreet bar nook ensconced away on Poland St, Milk & Honey is one of Soho’s worst kept secrets. Find it via the nonchalant sign next to a buzzer on Poland St, and take a step straight into Manhattan with M&H’s classy, serene and uninterrupted space.

Known for the best Manhattan-style cocktails, M&H is relied on for its non-stuffy atmosphere and a calm, laid-back yet civilised night out. Though it’s members-only, that doesn’t mean you’re out of luck. Non-members can also stop by if they book before 11pm on (ground floor or basement bar).

Bar Soho

Bar Soho is London’s favourite 19th Century-styled haven; a cocktail bar and club boasting times of time gone by on Old Compton St. Filled with fun interiors and wonderfully themed decor, it’s a sultry array of visual delights combining svelte textures with sumptuous surprises.

Throughout its rooms are sofas hollowed out of Victorian bathtubs; fairground ride loungers in the middle of the dance-floor and a suitable does of red hues to complement the ‘dive bar’ feel. Favourite areas among guests tend to be the Bathroom and the Boudoir, both of which are available to reserve privately and enjoy your own VIP table service.

Within the Bar Soho lair, one can also indulge in various drinks packages, Happy Hour deals and even cocktail masterclasses – a brilliant party activity for groups of 8 or more brought to you via Late Night London.

Basement Sate

Who loves cocktails? Who loves dessert? If you love both those things together, then Basement Sate may just be your new favourite place. Delivering a hearty dose of ‘Parisian chic’ to Soho, Basement Sate embodies a bit of everything – drinks, nibbles, cocktails, dancing, and yes, dessert – all under one convenient roof.

Expect exquisite dessert plates that will excite your taste-buds and beg to be shared, each one artfully designed to accompany the cocktails. There are also cocktail and pastry classes and a rota of DJs throughout the week.

Like many of the other bars on this list. Basement Sate makes itself deliberately obscure. You can find it past an unmarked doorway on Broadwick St, down some rather unassuming stairs. But don’t let its nonchalance put you off – many say it’s just like “relaxing in a friend’s living room”, meaning you can be yourself just as you would anywhere else.

Basement Sate – ‘Parisian chic’ in Soho, London


Christmas In Provence | Enjoy a French Christmas

Christmas In Provence

Enjoy the 5-star Crillon le Brave Hotel in the foothills of Mont Ventoux

From 24 to 26 December 2016 (3 days/2 nights)
Rich in symbols, traces of beliefs and omens, Christmas traditions are deeply rooted in the hearts of the people of Provence. A time for sharing and getting together, it’s a succession of festivals, rituals and customs that punctuate daily life: santon fairs, Christmas markets, concerts and pastorals, with nativity scenes you can’t afford to miss during your stay at the foot of Mont Ventoux in the 5-star Crillon le Brave Hotel!

christmas in provence

Christmas at the foot of Mont Ventoux in the 5-star Crillon le Brave Hotel!

To spend your holiday in this ever-so-charming village hotel is a little lke a dream. With its old stone houses, its narrow streets which are now corridors and passageways, its comfortable, elegant rooms and exceptional cuisine, it really is the magic of Christmas that is on offer.

christmas in france

At the hotel, the celebrations start on Friday 23 December at 18.00, with a traditional concert in French and Provençal in the beautiful church of Saint Romain, just before your aperitif is served.
On 24 December, you’re invited to a Christmas Eve meal with all the colours of Provence and its traditional 13 desserts around the fireplace.

A relaxing, friendly atmosphere with the majestic Mont Ventoux in the background

Christmas tree

On 25 December, Christmas dinner is served in the Grange, the hotel’s gourmet bistro, beneath the Christmas tree. A relaxing, friendly atmosphere with the majestic Mont Ventoux in the background…

A 2-night stay (23 to 25 or 24 to 26 December) for 2 people is from €665 and includes:

– 2 nights’ accommodation

– breakfast each day

– Christmas Eve dinner on 24 December OR Christmas dinner on 25 December

You want to extend the celebrations? An extra night before or after Christmas is -50%, breakfast included!

Christmas in Provence

To book, click here, select your dates and the offer “Christmas in Provence“, choose your room category and the price will be calculated automatically.You can also contact the booking service at or T. 33(0)4 90 65 61 61


10 Amazing and Affordable English Wines You Need To Know About

If you are looking for Affordable English Wines read this pearl.

Amazing English Wines

Affordable English Fine Wines

There are a lot of great wines that you can get for a small price, and through this guide we will help you pin-point ten esteemed wines that were highly scored and awarded and don’t cost you everything you got.

1. Worcestershire Rosé: Sixteen Ridges

This Worcestershire rosé will would you proud if you’re after a glass of crisp, dry pink stuff for a hot summer’s day. It’s ripe, rich and explodes with flavor while staying delicately balanced. Great with anything, shellfish and pasta comprising goat’s cheese.

Affordable and Amazing English Wines

2. Nyetimber Blanc de Blancs, 2009: Harvey Nichols!

This refined, pale-gold Chardonnay fizz comes from among the top names in English wines, which uses only its grapes from its Sussex wineries.

A large award winner only at that year’s International Wine Challenge, it is a real competition to Champagne, because of the citric notes and foamy texture, balanced by a mild creaminess.

3. Exton Park Pinot Meunier Rosé:

A delicate aroma of honey and peach fills each glass of it, and you can really appreciate this wine if you’re into fruity wines and easy to drink rosés.

Exton Park Pinot Meunier Rosé

4. Bolney Wine, Pinot Noir:

While English winemakers have favored white or sparkling wines, this year two silver medals were awarded at the International Wine Challenge, among which is this aromatic, reddish bacon, cherry, and cedar wood noted wine which makes for interesting smells and flavors.

It goes a treat with cheese, pudding with berries in and, interestingly, meats you’d usually appreciate with white wine, like pork, chicken, and rabbit.

Amazing English Wines

5. Giffords Hall Bacchus, 2014:

Place back that predictable New Zealand Sauvignon Blanc on the shelf and try this for a new option. Bacchus, which will be a Riesling/Sylvaner cross, is a notoriously difficult variety of grape to grow, but this crispy East Anglian Wine does it proud, with gooseberry and elderflower notes.

Giffords Hall Bacchus, 2014

6. Wiston Estate BlancBlancs, 2010:

Another supremely elegant single-vineyard from Sussex, this one is youthful and dynamic, with citrus and biscuit on the nose, and a flavor that’s rich and creamy, while additionally fresh.

Wiston Estate BlancBlancs, 2010

7. Camel Valley Pinot Noir Brut 2013:

This delicate salmon-peach-colored the Lindo family makes in Cornwall sparkling rosé is delicious.
Created entirely from pinot noir, among the three primary champagne grapes, it kicks off with aromas of raspberry and wild strawberry, which lead onto a creamy, fresh and light flavor with berry notes at the forefront. More refreshing and gentle than champagne, it truly is an utter joy from start to finish.

Camel Valley Pinot Noir Brut 2013

8. Trevibban Mill Black Ewe Red, 2014:

Planting began for this All-Natural Cornish vineyard; that managed to win a silver medal in the International Wine Challenge has a vibrant bouquet of berries and red fruit, with black cherry and clove continuing onto the palate.
Goes particularly well with roast lamb with cheese, pasta dishes and rosemary.

 Trevibban Mill Black Ewe Red, 2014

9. Hambledon Vineyard Classic Cuvée, NV:

Soft and yet quite dry, it is well balanced and has a long, lingering aftertaste. You can enjoy it better with seafood.

Hambledon Vineyard Classic Cuvée, NV

10. London Cru Bacchus 2014:

Kent is the region of this aromatic, crispy and light white wine with fresh perfumed notes of elderflower and citrus, with a glowing, smooth flavor that lights up dishes while also showing its worth. Additionally, it has an acidity that cuts through oils, so it goes with anything tempura.

London Cru Bacchus 2014

Affordable English Wines

=> For details of more affordable English Wines and to start your discovery of wine – Visit This Recommended Guide


Rhug Afternoon Tea, Denbighshire, WALES

afternoon tea

Enjoy A Rhug Afternoon Tea in Beautiful Denbighshire

Featuring an assortment of freshly made mini sandwiches, the Rhug Afternoon Tea focuses on seasonal and local produce, offering guests a selection of egg mayonnaise using local free range eggs from Nant Ucha Farm, Rhug Estate’s very own organic beef pastrami with dill pickle, Snowdonia Black Bomber cheese with homemade sun-dried tomato chutney and smoked salmon, cucumber, rocket and cream cheese wraps.

Paired with scones, clotted cream and preserve, plus a variety of homemade mini cakes and a choice of tea, the Rhug Afternoon Tea is available throughout the week at £14.95 per person, or just £19.95 with prosecco.

Owned and run by Lord Newborough and secreted away amongst the rolling hills of Denbighshire, Rhug Estate is the perfect place for visitors to spoil themselves as they admire the surroundings of the beautiful Welsh countryside.

Afternoon Tea is available Monday – Friday from 2.30pm to close by pre-booking only. Please call 01490 411100 to book.

Rhug Afternoon Tea

Rhug Estate, Corwen, Denbighshire LL21 0EH United Kingdom


Fancy Funkin Chicken Brixton

Fancy Funkin Chicken

Fancy Funkin Chicken, Coldharbour Lane, Brixton

Opened 30 September 2016 on Coldharbour Lane in Brixton, Fancy Funkin Chicken is a chicken shop and bar brought to you by a dynamic trio of young hospitality insiders, Nathan Pattie, Rollo Weeks and Lars Larson. No stranger themselves to the odd late night pit-stop to one of London’s many chicken joints, these guys know what it takes to manage the pecking order and elevate the humble chicken into something a bit fancier.

Expect an enticing menu of traditional herbed and spiced free-range fried chicken. Ethically sourced birds from a tranquil farm in Glastonbury are crusted with a Southern American recipe. Highlights include a kicking trio of Funkin Hot Wings, Funkin Funkin Hot Wings and I Can’t Feel My Funkin Face Hot Wings. Wings and boneless bites feature alongside a hearty selection of fried or flame grilled chicken breast or thigh burgers such as the Totally Tropical Burger, served with char’d pineapple and smoked chilli mayo and the momentous Big Cheese Burger, slathered with triple cheese, caramelised onion and honey glazed bacon. Teamed up with sides of fiery Chilli Cheese Fries, America’s favourite Tater Tots, Waffles and Corn Breads “a corn 3-way”, and polished off with Doughnuts straight out of the fryer, we’re talking serious eats.

“Funk fried” or flame grilled chicken aside, boozy concoctions, craft beers, wine and bubbles flow from the bar in bountiful supply. Fancy Funkin Chicken’s carefully curated cocktail list is full of flavour and refreshingly fuss-free, using locally sourced ingredients such as fruit from Brixton Market, and presented with immaculate attention to detail. Signature cocktails include the Hibiscus and Blackcurrant Julep, using a sprinkle of homemade hibiscus and blackcurrant syrup with Bourbon, mint and a dash of lime, and the Daisy, a biting mix of Tequila, fresh passion fruit, passion liqueur, lime and Aperol over ice.

The 50 cover dining room’s interior evokes an urban and residential warmth, using raw materials such as oak and artfully rusted steel. Hand-crafted antique and orange neon lighting illuminate navy walls and exposed brickwork adorned with graffiti art. Quirky furnishings such as chicken-shaped wall lights, together with a garden of herbs suspended overhead make for an alluring pen.

Fancy Funkin Chicken will play host to an eclectic and upbeat music programme of Jazz and Funk, with DJ’s performing from Thursday through to Sunday to get the party started.

Fancy Funkin Chicken

Fancy Funkin Chicken is located at 441 Coldharbour Lane, Brixton, London SW9 8LN. For updated follow @fancyfunkinchicken on Instagram and @FunkinChicken #FancyFunkinChicken.


Bodean’s BBQ smokehouse opening in Muswell Hill

Bodean’s, London’s original BBQ smokehouse


Bodean’s, London’s original BBQ smokehouse, is coming to Muswell Hill this October and will be offering 50% off food during its soft opening.

Tables will be available for dinner on Wednesday 12th October, and lunch and dinner on Thursday 13th and Friday 14th October. The opening offer is available for direct bookings only via

Iconic Kansas City-style BBQ joint – Bodean’s BBQ smokehouse is bringing the authentic taste of the Mid-West to the leafy heart of Muswell Hill. Located on Muswell Hill Broadway, the meat lover’s paradise will offer everything from burnt ends to perfectly pulled pork, and the ‘best ribs this side of the Atlantic’.* Plus, from noon till 5pm everyday kids eat free, ideal for family get-togethers.**

Bodean’s Muswell Hill

Bodean’s BBQ smokehouse

348 Muswell Hill Broadway, N10 1DJ
Twitter @BodeansBBQ Facebook BodeansBBQGroup Instagram @BodeansBBQ

T&Cs –
The offer is for 50% off food for for dinner on Wednesday 12th October, and lunch and dinner on Thursday 13th and Friday 14th October. The offer is available through reservation via
Subject to availability
All drinks charged at full price
50% off deal not in conjunction with any other offer


Festive Burger Menu – Luxury Turkey and Elk Burgers For Christmas

Elk Burgers, christmas burger

Enjoy Festive Elk Burgers for a Christmas Treat!

Muriel’s Kitchen

Christmas Burger: Beef Patty with Cranberry Jelly, Brie Cheese & Crispy Onions
Family inspired restaurant Muriel’s Kitchen, will be serving a decadent burger even Santa would love to get his hands on. Layered with all the trimmings including cranberry jelly, gooey Brie cheese and topped with crispy onions, the Christmas Burger will prove to be the ultimate festive indulgence.

Muriel’s Kitchen South Kensington, 1-3 Pelham Street, London SW7 2ND, T: 020 7589 3511
Muriel’s Kitchen Soho, 36 – 38 Old Compton Street, London W1D 4TT, T: 020 7434 0111
Muriel’s Kitchen Richmond, 30 Hill Street, Richmond TW9 1TW, T: 020 8948 7011
Social: @MurielsKitchen

KuPP, Paddington

Elk Burger: Two Elk Patties with Danish Blue Cheese, Smoked Onions & Roast Beets
Scandi-inspired casual dining restaurant, bar & café, KuPP at Paddington Basin will serve up a Nordic delight with their Elk Burger. This strong and mighty beast delivers the most mouthwatering patty, two in fact, dripping with Danish Blue cheese, finished with smoked onions and roast beets to deliver the most satisfying Christmas meal.

5 Merchant Square, Paddington, London W2 1AS, 020 7262 8618
Twitter @KuPP_UK |

Ben’s Canteen

Let’s talk turkey Burgers. Ben’s Canteen will be serving this good looking number, that’s Sage and Shallot Buttermilk Turkey Breast, Squashed Stuffing Ball, Slow Roasted Honey & Mustard Ham Hock, Brie, Cranberry Sauce, Buttered Brussel Tops and Garlic Mayo.

Battersea – 140 St John’s Hill, SW11 1SL, 020 7228 3260
Earlsfield – 422 Garratt Lane, SW18 4HW, 020 8944 0452


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