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Published:3 December 2009
Camden's Coast Dining
Coast Dining in Parkway,Camden Town

BRINGING Cornwall to Camden” is the idea behind this bright and welcoming new addition to that increasingly impressive culinary centre known as Parkway, Camden Town.

I know it’s hard, as we go into dark, wet winter to imagine all that warmth and famous Cornish light that attracted Hampstead ... > more


TLSee at Swissôtel The Howard
TLSee at Swissôtel The Howard, WC2
Eastside Inn Bistro
Eastside Inn Bistro, EC1
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Mulligans of Mayfair, W1
The restaurant’s rack of lamb dish
Caponata in
Delancey Street

Matthew Lewin visits the recently launched Caponata in Camden Town and finds a wallet-wounding bill is justified by an authentic taste of Sicily

THE Caponata, which opened in Delancey Street, Camden Town, earlier this year serves very good Sicilian food in a ... > more

Zeen in Drummond Street - WAS there anything better than browsing through the weird and wonderful stock at Lawrence Corner? >more

Cinnamon Kitchen - Cinnamon Kitchen is tucked inside the Devonshire Square development, surrounded by office buildings near Liverpool Street Station. >more

‘Wallflower’ cuisine is no shrinking violet
- IN culinary terms, Sri Lanka is India’s wallflower cousin. While everybody is familiar with the balti, how many Brits... > more

Bringing bibimbab to Finsbury Park - HIDDEN round the back of the Centre Point Tower, St Giles High Street has long held legendary status among fans of... > more

Bash of bangers and mash tastes superb
- TUCKING into lunch at Hampstead’s new Naked Sausage, I’m reminded of the late great Peter Sellers who sang ...>more

Japanese food for positive thinking-
MOON Sang Park, who owns the popular Satuma Japanese restaurant in Kentish Town, is able keep calm under pressure ...>more

New arrival is just grand
IT COULD be the sheer romanticism of St Pancras International that has a positive effect on its commuters, or perhaps that...>more

The philosopher of fine food
- WITH its pretty veranda and outdoor eating area you could be sitting on a Greek island – but actually it’s a traditional Greek taverna in ...>more

Authentic Sicilian specialities - VIGATA is named after an imaginary small Sicilian town created by Italian writer Andrea Camilleri. The main character is a food-loving... > more

Real Latin delights in a Mexican setting - WITH furniture rescued from Mexican churches, chefs brought in from a Spanish convent and chocolate brownies fit for... > more

Gordon, me and the heat in the kitchen - PICTURE the situation. Gordon Ramsay, the famously bellicose chef with a strong line in expletive-laden... > more

Ready to heat, and ready to eat - THERE is a scene at the beginning of the film ET where the family order pizzas to be delivered. To my young mind, this was almost as ...>more

Henry’s happier in his new role at William IV gastropub
FILM set designer Henry Davis was strolling through Shepherdess Walk, near Old Street, in search of a...>more

Musseling in successfully on traditional fish’n’chips
BELGO has made its name as the place to go for a traditional Belgian meal of mussels and chips.>more

Even tastier than the sum of its parts
A NEW Chinese restaurant is aiming to prove that small is beautiful with its ‘tapas-like’ dishes. YOU don’t have to go the ...>more

Still one of our hottest Indians
IT’S the oldest Indian restaurant in Hampstead and one of the oldest in the capital. For more than 50 years a Bangladeshi family have ...>more

Village people score a massive hit
- YOU are looking at history,” explains Salar Hamarash as we gaze at a piece of wood which he says formed part of a ...>more

Why we go wild for this Italian! MIMO Rimoli’s family are not primarily restaurateurs: they are food producers. The Rimolis run a buffalo farm in the picturesque...>more

Resurrection enlivens roundabout
- YUKSEL Karagac’s popular vintage fashion shop can be found on the windblown Archway traffic roundabout amid the... > more

A love and plate relationship - IN the heart of Camden Town, with panoramic views of the burnt out market, rises a café with the intention of “healing through nutrition”. > more

The fowl truth
THE chicken welfare campaign launched on TV by Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall and Jamie Oliver urges us to eat free-range chickens, not only ...>more

Sound venues for secret dinners
RADIO 1’s late afternoon DJ Scott Mills looked tanned and well- rested as he perched sideways on one of Camden Brasserie’s...>more

Why Milk Tray has had its day
THERE was a time when the ladies loved Milk Tray.
But growing soph istication and changing tastes has dented the reputation of...>more

Going walkabout with Rebecca
STEALTHILY sleeping in the basement of the antiquarian bookshop where she worked and washing in the local ...>more

Methods meat with approval
- IT is an established fact that disillusionment with supermarket produce is creating a thriving independent food market.>more

Fishing for tasty pastries-
LONDON is in the grip of a gastronomic revolution and there are some who claim we are living in the planet’s number one foodie city...>more

Music and the foods he loves - IS life story reads like the archetypal rags-to-riches tale. Growing up in rural Ireland in the 1950s with 11 siblings, even pudding ...>more

XO Restaurant review - XO is a major new addition to Belsize Park, risen from the ashes of what was formerly the Belsize Tavern on Belsize Lane...>more

A white house worth visiting - THE White House is a striking architectural landmark on Albany Street,initially built as luxury apartments just off Regent’s Park in the 1930...>more

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