A Simple Side Dish from The River Cafe Look BookMar-2023
The latest cook book from The River Cafe is a delightful collection of achievable Italian dishes, easy to source and prepare, on your own or with the family in tow.
Recipe — A Typical Greek Squash, Feta and Oregano Pie by Daphnis and ChloeAug-2022
A typical Greek recipe to try at home from Evangelia Koutsovoulou of Daphnis and Chloe.
Patter Places — ToklasAug-2022
Set discreetly into an expansive side section of brutalist building 180 The Stand, new restaurant Tokla reimagines mediterranean comfort food.
P(l)atter Recipe 4 — Friendly Biscuits to ShareApr-2022
A sweet and as-simple-as it gets way to please your friends — and your afternoon. Baked & plated at Casa Balandra.
Patter Places — Café DecoAug-2021
Café Deco is a charming new bar, restaurant and wine shop located in Bloomsbury. This low-key neighbourhood known for its intellectual and literary community is a fitting setting for this refined and welcoming spot by chef Anna Tobias (formally Rochelle Canteen and The River Cafe) and the 40 Maltby Street team.
P(l)atter Recipe 3 — A Trio of Wine SnacksJun-2021
A glass of wine comes with endless snack options—so here we share a fun trio of recipes that have been hitting the right tone for our food editor Zsuzsanna Toth.
P(l)atter Recipe 2 — Banana-Ricotta Pancakes with Buckwheat, Hazelnuts and JamMar-2021
An everyday-proof recipe born out of a morning spent curiously foraging the fridge. This indulgent dish is ideal for a slow weekend morning, combining high-quality ingredients with mouth-and-mind blending textures.
P(l)atter Recipe No.1 — Puntarella Alla Romana in Her Best DressFeb-2021
This salad is a colourful ode to process, marking the passing of winter, celebrating the soil, and time endured. A perfect uplifting lunch, that happily transports to an outdoor picnic with friends (soon).
Low Intervention — The Most Modern of Wine ShopsMay-2020
New digital bottle shop Low Intervention has democratised access to emerging organic wines from incredible makers. Natural wines are pure, kinder to the planet and possibly better for your health — delivered monthly, direct to your door.