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Posted: 27/07/2022

We all know the roast is a staple dish of a British Sunday rather than just a Christmas dinner tradition. A weekly trip to the nearest carvery or tavern and enjoying a Sunday pub lunch is the way we roll in the UK. While you are reading this you are probably already dreaming of roasted meats; lamb shoulder, roast chicken, pork loin, beef rib, roast turkey… the list goes on. Here are our top picks for Sunday Roasts in London so you can book a table at one of the best restaurants for Sunday lunches and dinners! Hawksmoor - Air Street Famed as one of the best restaurants in London for seafood and steaks, this place is usually high on a food...
Posted: 15/07/2022

Discover where to find the freshest seafood bites of Greater London Marina.The time for steak and steakhouses is over – a culinary delight of seafood is taking the scene! There is nothing quite like sitting on the waterfront of French Riviera on a sunny day with a glass of delectable white wine in hand and a plate of a fisherman fresh catch in front of you. Now, we’ve hit the summer season and London’s diners are at the ready to excite their taste buds with some fresh seafood flavours. Picture yourself digging into freshly sourced seafood delights such as crispy calamari, Alaskan lobster rolls and Chilean sea-bass fish tacos or ha...
Posted: 30/06/2022

Pre-Theatre MenusLondon is full of adventures to be had. You’ve got the quirky pubs on the streets of Camden, the speakeasies of Shoreditch, Oxford Street shopping, and beautiful places to get some air like Hyde Park and Regents Park; you can even get an open roof bus tour and whiz right by the Houses of Parliament! However, what has remained one of the best things the city has to offer Londoners and city visitors alike is the award-winning theatre you can see across Central London. If you have got your theatre tickets sorted, you will want to plan a delicious pre-show fix near your show so you can make curtain up! Let’s face it, no...
Posted: 15/06/2022

Soho Restaurant in London: How to Choose? Wondering where to eat in central? Looking for some of the most exquisite food around? Here is why Soho should be your top choice for London dining! Ok we know what you are thinking… what’s Soho got that Covent-garden, Fitzrovia or Knightsbridge doesn’t? What’s the well-kept culinary secret that you don’t know about? Here’s the thing, there are many areas that claim to have best restaurants in London; places like Borough Market, Shoreditch and Islington are often referred to as ‘trendy’ by foodie influencers. However, if you want to really appreciate how diverse, innovative, and ...
Posted: 13/06/2022

Fondue, not just a dish which enchants the eater with its melting pot of flavours and aromas, but a social dish; every person who serves it to you will have their own theories about its origin, preparation, and the correct technique to devour it! Whatever theories one holds, you’ll always end up discussing it as the blended combination of gooey melted cheese bubbles away on its stovetop in front of you, and now you can have the joy this experience right in the heart of London’s cultural epicentre – Soho! That’s right, there is a little hidden gem waiting to be discovered by the foodie in you! Tucked away down the side of Rupert St...
Posted: 05/08/2021

Top Tips for brunching in Soho Brunch: The one word that makes it totally acceptable to start drinking midday alongside devouring your favourite meal of the day – breakfast and lunch. Long gone are the days of the Sunday roast, weekend brunch has taken over. Sunday brunch has now exploded into a sacred weekly meal in your favourite brunch restaurant.  Let's be honest, our brunches shouldn't be restricted to just one day a week, so from Sunday 8th August, our Alpine Brunch will be available every Saturday and Sundays from 11am-5pm, so you can enjoy bottomless bubbles, cocktails and cheese fondue all weekend.   We th...
Posted: 10/01/2020

Where did Raclette originate from? Raclette is traditionally a Swiss dish that has been enjoyed for decades, especially in the Alpine region of the country. Hungry skiers often look forward to raclette after a morning, or day, on the slopes and it has become a quintessential part of the Swiss dining experience. If you’re keen to try the tastes of Switzerland – especially if you have a passion for cheese – this is one dish that needs to be on your Culinary Bucket List. Where does Raclette really come from? Raclette has become incredibly popular in Europe’s ski regions but it was the Swiss mountains where it is originally thought t...
Posted: 02/10/2019

Well-Kept secrets: Swiss wines to seek out While Swiss food and drink is often dominated by topics such as chocolate and cheese, when it comes to Swiss wine there is also a lot to shout about. Only 1% of Swiss wines are actually exported so you’re unlikely to have stumbled across a bottle in your local supermarket or on a regular restaurant menu. When most of us think of wine we might go straight to French or Australian vineyards. However, Swiss wines have a lot to offer – and it’s partly because the Swiss are so reluctant to export them that they have remained such a well kept secret. A bona fide wine growing region Despite the fa...
Posted: 01/10/2019

Date Advice: Our top ten date tips Whether you’re relatively used to dating or trying it out with no prior experience that first date can be nerve-wracking. These are our top ten tips for making sure you have a great time. 1. Ask for a date sooner than later. According to research, if you wait longer than 23 days from an initial online interaction then you may have built up unrealistic expectations that your date will have a difficult time meeting. 2. Be safe. If there’s anything that makes you feel uncertain about this person then listen to your instincts and back off a little. You can take precautions for the date itself, such as...
Posted: 23/09/2019

Take part in one of our new interactive cocktail and ice carving workshops led by drinks expert Zoran Peric. The workshops, which include an ice carving demo and three contemporary cocktails, are priced at £50pp for two hours and are bookable for groups of six up to 10. For further info & to make a booking please call 020 3995 7500 or email info@heritagerestaurant.co.uk.
Posted: 19/09/2019

12 things you absolutely have to fondue The fondue is an essential culinary experience, whether you’re a fan of traditional cheese, hot oil or something sweeter like chocolate. Whatever you choose as your base it’s a good idea to have plenty of variety when it comes to what you dip. Just in case you’re in need of a little inspiration here are 12 things that you absolutely have to fondue. Savoury 1. Cheese. It’s kind of obvious but cheese is a key component in the traditional fondue. You can make a fondue with cheddar but there are some other cheeses that will give you a richer, more indulgent taste, such as emmental and gruyere. ...
Posted: 18/09/2019

There’s no doubt that chocolate is an absolutely essential tasting experience in Switzerland. However, if you have a sweet tooth it’s not the only treat to try. 1. Gebrannte Mandeln. These are essentially deliciously sugared almonds that you can buy everywhere, from supermarkets to fairs and festivals. 2. Berliner. Not an authentically Swiss snack but widely consumed in Switzerland nevertheless. You wouldn’t be far off if you described a Berliner as a jam doughnut. 3. Bärentatzen. The name means ‘bear claws’ but these are actually delicious, ridged chocolate cookies. 4. Biberli. A small pocket sized snack made from two slices...