Tasting Notes

Chrysan – Hakkasan’s new restaurant in London’s East

Hakkasan Group announces partnership with lauded Japanese chef, Yoshihiro Murata to create a new Japanese dining concept for London – Chrysan

This September, Hakkasan Group will launch Chrysan, a Japanese restaurant in partnership with Japan's highly respected Michelin-starred chef - Yoshihiro Murata. Situated within walking distance from both Liverpool Street Station and Spitalfields Market, Chrysan's position within the epicentre of the City makes it perfectly located to appeal to a worldwide clientele. The interior has been designed by Yoshiaki Nakamura, the worldwide...

September 11, 2012

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O-Food – a mould-breaking fast food experience worth trying

The best Fish and Vegetarian Sandwich Bar in Town so far – Starting as a project of limited duration, O-Food has already extended their opening timeframe until the 23rd of September

O-Food’s intention is to show London the future of fast food by focusing on responsibly sourced vegetarian and fish dishes, with a Nordic twist. The fish it uses are non-“Big Five”. The so-called “Big Five” fish comprises haddock, prawns, tuna, cod and salmon. The popularity of these types of fish creates problems when it comes to replenish-able fishing stock. O-food uses fish sourced from low impact fisheries in Kentalong...

September 11, 2012

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Pure Berlin: Reinventing German Cuisine

The gusto ambassadors creating a whole new approach to German cooking

“Hearing Germany, everybody thinks about cars – We would like the German kitchen to come into the limelight.” Sebastian Wussler The team of Pure Berlin, Sebastian Wussler and Miles Watson, is about to change the German plain cooking to a more innovative and creative style and gets started with their project “Studio 21” which is opening soon. They are in the middle of travelling around the world to experience every food...

September 05, 2012

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Jamie Oliver’s Fabulous Feasts

Enjoy a boat tour from Savoy Pier to the Houses of Parliament to the Docklands area and all the way back.

“This is about using great produce and service to create a relaxed atmosphere, so you can sit back and enjoy the food as you take in the scenery along the River Thames. There is no better time to celebrate British food and London itself.” Jamie Oliver The Dine on the Thames is literally a must-do: on a sunny day it is an ideal way to end your day sitting in the Silver Sturgeon enjoying interesting talks on a shared feasting table...

September 04, 2012

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