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Restaurant review: Temple & Sons, City of London

A literal stone's throw from sister restaurant City Social, Jason Atherton's Temple & Sons brings fun and nostalgia to the Square Mile party

The Foodism 100: Positive Change Hero 2019

The Positive Change Hero award is designed to highlight individuals working in any sector of sustainable and ethical food and drink who's helping to drive the movement forward

Flavour of the Week: Opso

'Social' Greek food (which, for your information, means more than just hummus and slices of pitta bread).

Fareshare: Foodism 100 winner 2018

Meet Fareshare – the UK's longest-standing food redistribution charity which won the Best Social Enterprise award, sponsored by Seafood from Norway, at the 2018 Foodism 100 awards

The Michelin Guide 2017: London's winners and losers

2017's Guide has just been announced, so we take a look at the London-based winners and losers of the prestigious stars

What to eat, drink and do in London: second weekend of February

Make the most of your weekend with this wonderful guide to what to eat, drink and do in the capital

Lahpet, London Fields: restaurant review

Having first introduced Burmese street food to the capital at Maltby Street Market last year, Lahpet takes on Hackney, bringing its brand of Myanma cuisine to East London

Change Please: the coffee brand serving up cups to aid the homeless

 The Big Issue and Old Spike Roastery are teaming up to harness our coffee dependence as a force for good.

Make Alex Head's grilled summer peaches

Slightly charred, warm and juicy, these grilled peaches make the perfect sweet end to a barbecue in the summer sun

The Escapist: Oddbox co-founder Deepak Ravindran

Deepak Ravindran, co-founder of Oddbox, on starting a business that loves all veg