Culinary Masters

Eating With The Fishes: Europe’s First Underwater Restaurant

There’s a famous scene in The Spy Who Loved Me where baddie Karl Stromberg sits feasting in his sub-aqua dining room, sharks hustling impatiently at the windows. It’s an ominous, dark, dramatic tableau and one purely confined to celluloid – until now. Under is a 110-foot long underwater restaurant-cum-aquarium showcasing the wonders of the deep, […]

African Odyssey: Wolfgat To Head North for Taste of London

Islington bolthole 1251,  Marylebone Indian restaurant Trishna and Hawaiian joint Island Poké Soho will be among the revered London culinary spots gracing this year’s Taste of London event, which takes place in Regent’s Park from 19-23 June. Now, the line-up has been further boosted with the mouth-watering news that Wolfgat – the South African eatery […]

Wembley’s Culinary Colosseum

Its aspirations were lofty from the start (it was originally opened as the centrepiece of the British Empire Exhibition in 1924), so it’s fitting that Wembley Stadium has hospitality offerings befitting the illustrious setting for 78 FA Cup Finals, six European Cup finals, the Euro 1996 football championship, the 1948 Olympic Games and – most […]

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