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Don't miss: 14 things to eat, drink and do in London this weekend: 27-30 June

Searching for fun things to do in London this weekend? Click for 14 of the best pop ups, places and plans to book ASAP on

Best food festivals in London for summer 2018

Grab your glitter, your wellies and a spork: it's festival season. Don't know where to start? Read on to find out the best of the fests

The craft beer revolution and the art of the homebrew

Once an important differentiator, 'craft beer is a term that’s fast becoming ubiquitous. We talk to some of the beer revolution's guiding lights, and find that the best way to keep it craft is to do it yourself

The Foodism guide to... summer in London

Our favourite foodies gives us the lowdown on where to be and what to eat and drink when summer miraculously arrives in London

Best UK beer festivals

Want to sample some of the world’s finest beers in a single place this summer? Hit up one of these epic British beer festivals – we’ll see you at the bar

Don't miss: 13 things to eat, drink and do in London this weekend: 6 December 2019

From deep-fried turkey drumsticks at KraPow to deep-fried camembert burgers at Honest Burgers, there's plenty of excellent grub to eat this weekend. And some of it's not even deep-fried. 

Food, drink and kitchen tech: a taste of the future

What will we be eating in 20 years' time? That's the question we put to industry experts from around the world of food and drink. Get ready for sour beer, happy kitchens and high-pitched wines. Not following? All will be revealed…

Your ultimate guide: Where to eat and drink in Battersea

Clapham’s next-door neighbour is bursting with coffee spots, tasty lunches and delicious dinner options. Foodism scouts where to eat and drink in Battersea

Tired of googling 'Shepherd's Bush restaurants'? Here's your guide on where to eat (and drink) in W12

Scroll the 20 best Shepherd's Bush restaurants, hand-picked for you by the Foodism team, including Bush Hall, Jasmine, Ochi and more

Meet the makers: London's artisan cheeses

Forget old caves and rolling fields – we meet four artisans proving that, when it comes to making cheese, London’s landscape works just as well