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BrindisaTapas Kitchens opens fourth restaurant in Shoreditch

Named Tramontana, Brindisa’s fourth restaurant celebrates the cuisine of the Spanish Mediterranean. This includes the Catalan and Levantine Coasts, from northern Catalunya to Almería and the Balearic Islands. Fresh fish, rice and pasta along with an exceptional array of Mediterranean vegetables and fruit are strong elements of this cuisine. The warm and unique climate of this area of Spain provides a colourful, diverse range of dishes and a balanced way of eating...

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Trishna Launch New Game Menu

Trishna, the Marylebone restaurant specialising in the coastal cuisine of south-west India, will mark the arrival of the game season with a five-course set menu specially created by Head Chef, Karam Sethi. Combining the delicate, intricate spices and flavours of Karam’s cooking with the best seasonal produce from the UK’s moors, woods and hillsides, each dish will also be accompanied by wine pairings from Trishna’s sommelier, Sunaina Sethi...

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Bubbledogs is Open

Bubbledogs, James Knappett and Sandia Chang’s restaurant serving hot dogs and champagne opened at the end of August and Kitchen Table at Bubbledogs - where Knappett and his team will host intimate lunches and dinners to a maximum of 19 guests seated around his open kitchen – will open on 18th September...

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Honibe Honey Drop Goes Into Space!

Island Abbey Foods Ltd., a PEI based natural health product and specialty food producer, has announced that their Honibe® Honey Drop® is going up to the International Space Station (ISS) as part of the official Canadian Space Agency (CSA) Snacks For Space competition which identifies Canadian snack solutions for use in space! The Honey Drop, only one of a select few chosen from over 150 submissions, will be going into space as a novel food innovation and will provide the International Space Station crew with an alternative to the liquid honey currently used during their missions.

The Honey Drop was rated on a scale from 1-10 by the CSA. The CSA has given the product a 7.2/9.0 score for organoleptic properties and an 8.0/9.0 score for suitability for space...

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London's First Urban Food Week 10-16 September 12

This September, London will feast on the fabulous local produce being grown, produced and cooked on its doorstep, with the capital city’s first Urban Food Week . The week of activities is being organised to highlight the importance of buying and eating local food, urban growing and planting forage for bees.

During the week, restaurants, cafés, bars and pubs across the city will be showcasing dishes and drinks made with ultra-local fruit, veg and herbs from urban farms, and from London honey cultivated in community beehives...

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