Chocolate week is happening from 15-21 October this year. It’s all about the chocolate delights taking over the restaurants and markets for the week.
It’s that time of year to have Semla. Semla is associated with Lent.
If you are celebrating Valentine’s Day in the USA, then check out Zagat’s list of these restaurants. From Atlanta to Washington D.C, a range of romantic restaurants are on the cards.
Pancake Day or Shrove Tuesday falls on the 13th February this year. Fancy taking up a pancake eating challenge or heading to a pancake party?
The 25th January is Burns Night and there are planty of places to celebrate it in London. From the gorgeous venue at Bourne & Hollingsworth, quality whiskies at The Gallery to the Scottish street food masters at Mac & Wild, plenty of special menus are on offer.
Lumiere London returns to London from the 18th – 21st January. To coinicide with this light installation festival, there is a Dine Your Way package.
A couple of Tea Shops have opened in the past few months in the area of Angel. One is in the quaint Camden Passage and the other is in the Angel Central centre.
If like ourselves, Christmas dinner is your favourite meal of the whole year, then the pop up restuaurant from McCain is for you.
The beautiful palace that is Hampton Court plays the setting for the BBC Good Food Festive Feast show. It is taking place on the 8th-10th December 2017.
Pastel de Nata is a Portuguese custard tart. They are best when they are warm and ever so moreish. Our favourite place for the Pastel de Nata has to be Canela Cafe in Covent Garden.
Diwali is the Festival of Lights and this year it is on 19th October. There are lots of places that you can enjoy the festivites and food delights.
Head up to Cumbria and the Lake District, not only for the stunning scenery but also for some delicious foods. In Cartmel, you have the choice of dining at the two-Michelin star restaurant L’Enclume or take yourself for sticky toffee pudding at the Cartmel Village Shop.