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Bryn Williams at Somerset House 24-Mar-20
Somerset House. Bryn Williams. A match born in heaven? We were keen to find out. The large neoclassical building has played host to some incredible works of art fashion and, yes, cuisine (we’re looking at you Skye Gyngell) and Bryn Williams has made his mark on fine dining whether rattling the pans in the kitchens of Le Gavroche or Marco Pierre White or in his own restaurants such as Odette’s or Bryn Williams at Poth Eirias. We visited on a quiet Tuesday evening.
Bong Bong’s Manila Kanteen - Hackney 10-Mar-20
Lee Johnson and Sinead Campbell shone on BBC’s Million Pound menu with their Filipino street food concept BBQ Dreamz, winning big. Now, after a series of residencies and pop-ups across the capital and a name change to the altogether more memorable Bong Bong’s Manila Kanteen, they’ve found permanent digs on Hackney Road in Bethnal Green. We popped in early on a busy Thursday night to see how they were bedding in…
Boulevard Soho 26-Feb-20
The Boulevard has relaunched in the centre of London and is easily one of the funkiest and most attractive small theatres in the capital if not the country. Launched by director of Soho Estates Fawn James alongside artistic director Rachel Edwards, Boulevard is accessed by a two-floor glass bridge across Walker’s Court. Once across, you’ll find a helical staircase leading up to the theatre as well as a restaurant and bar where we happily whiled away an afternoon.