We visit the new addition to the Coupette family: Atelier Coupette in London’s Soho, where everything is served in miniature and there is a constant experimentation with flavour. If that sounds a bit too whimsical read on to understand exactly what we mean.
Chino Latino, the pan-asian fusion cuisine restaurant with venues in Leeds and Nottingham has its London space in the Park Plaza hotel on London’s riverbank. We at Vada pop in on a Thursday evening in August to find out the vibe.
Part of the Holmes Hotel, Kitchen at Holmes embeds the hotel’s Sherlock Holmes theme, but is keen to showcase it is more than a gimmick. They have launched their summer menu, so we at Vada revisited to sample what’s on offer.
Part of the Holmes Hotel, Kitchen at Holmes offers fun food and Sherlock Holmes themed cocktails. We at Vada visited in early January to try the offering.
Part of the new art’otel London Battersea Power Station, we were invited to visit the newly opened TOZI Grand Cafe offering a menu rooted in northern Italian traditions. Here’s our review.
Coco Grill and Lounge is a completely alcohol-free experience near London Bridge. Vada Magazine were invited to try out their menu from across the Mediterranean and virgin cocktail selection.
Opened earlier this month, Pulia, in London’s Borough Market offers dishes from Italy’s region of the same name, Puglia. We at Vada were invited to try out what this new Italian restaurant has to offer.
What sounds like it should be a hotel restaurant, The Residency is actually a new neighbourhood eatery on upmarket Westbourne Grove, in London’s Notting Hill. We at Vada Magazine popped in to see what this new venue adds to the local area.
Common Ground café and eatery in Finsbury Park, London has launched a new plant-based and vegetarian evening menu, so we at Vada popped in to try the new dishes.
Vada Magazine heads to the new bar and restaurant TH@51 at the luxury 5-star Taj Hotel in St James, London, to try their spin on a global food and experiential cocktail menus.