Search results for ‘seafood’

Flavour of the Week: Galley

Destination restaurants are no longer limited to the centre of London. Case in point: Islington's Galley, where an open kitchen and great seafood make it well worth the trip

Celebrate Britain's sustainable seafood with this offer from D&D London’s Chop Houses

Enjoy two courses from the Chop Houses's Coast to Coast menu for just £24.50, exclusively with Foodism

Make The Ninth's pickled mussels, peppers and chorizo

Jun Tanaka is a deft hand with seafood. This herby, summer shellfish recipe packs a proper flavour punch and comes straight off the menu of his Michelin-starred restaurant The Ninth

Make Jacqueline Chio-Lauri's seafood sinigang

This sour and savoury seafood soup – seasoned with vibrant gremolata and a welcoming punch of fish sauce – is a Filipino favourite for a verygood reason

Westerns Laundry, Lower Holloway: restaurant review

This week, we head to Westerns Laundry and get our chops 'round plenty of fresher-than-fresh seafood – including a drool-worthy dish of baked lobster fideuà pasta

Neptune, Bloomsbury: restaurant review

Welcome to Neptune, Principal London's seafood restaurant that's making waves in London's hotel restaurant scene with its stylish interiors and best of British menu

Manu Canales's Wild Alaska Pollock kebab

As part of the Be Different campaign with Wild Alaska Seafood, the Le Bab head chef created an innovative kebab, made with pan-fried Wild Alaska Pollock and Persian rice

Nud Dudhia's Baja fish taco with Wild Alaska Pollock

As part of our Be Different campaign with Wild Alaska Seafood, Breddos Tacos' co-founder dreamed up this delicious taco, served up with mango salsa and chipotle mayonnaise

Watch: What's the difference between sake and white wine?

Unsure on what beverage will pair best with your dinner? Watch our resident sake expert explain the key differences between sake and white wine.

A French-inspired dinner party menu from Le Pont de la Tour

Impress your guests and pretend you're a kitchen whizz with these deceptively simple French recipes from Le Pont de la Tour