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Discover Food That Loves You Back On Valentine’s Day

Everybody loves food. But did you realise that certain types of food can love you back? You know, the kind of food that tastes so amazing that you can’t help but close your eyes and make involuntary mutterings of pleasure. Exactly the kind of food we specialise in at tibits.

But while our food will love you unconditionally, we understand if you love someone else. That’s why we’re offering this special Valentine’s deal – dinner for two from our food boat, a dessert and coffee each, plus a bottle of Prosecco for just £50. Delicious.

Create your own unique plate from a selection of more than 40 hot and cold dishes – so you can eat exactly what you want and mix together your own personal favourites.
Choose from a variety of aphrodisiac foods to get yourself in the mood, such as hot Carrot and Ginger Quiche, refreshing Fennel – Apple Salad or deliciously creamy Chocolate – Coconut Cream. And our relaxing atmosphere and cosy seating areas will certainly set the stage for love.

Call 0207 758 4110 to book your Valentine’s dinner for February 11th, February 12th, February 13th or February 14th.

Come on, feel the love!
tibits is an all-day, boutique, vegetarian restaurant in Regent Street’s Food Quarter at: 12-14 Heddon Street, London W1B 4DA

Monday Madness at the Albannach

We all want to eat à la carte in a luxurious restaurant, but in reality, this is a treat saved for special occasions… Or at least it used to be.

Albannach, that fine looking establishment overlooking Trafalgar Square, have given us the perfect way to beat the Monday blues by offering 50% off all food from their impressive à la carte menu every Monday from the 4th October until the 18th October (inclusive).

So cheer up this Monday with friends and family for an unforgettable meal at Albannach.

For further details of this fantastic offer please visit

66 Trafalgar Square,
London. WC2N 5DS
020 7930 0066

Getting The Most Out Of Your Wine

It goes without saying that when we’re out for dinner most of us spend a considerable amount of time pouring over the wine list.

Some of us have become so wine obsessed that it even takes precedence over the food menu when we’re at a restaurant (that’ll be me then…).

But even if you know your claret from your Beaujolais and your wine knowledge is the envy of all your friends, you still may not be getting the most out of your bottle, and surprisingly it could all be down to what you are drinking alongside your wine.

How many times have you carefully picked out water when out for dinner? None? Well you wouldn’t be alone. But the practice of ‘water and wine harmonisation’ is growing around the world, with even one of the world’s top sommeliers Andreas Larsson now advising wine lovers on the best water and wine matches to bring out the flavour of your food.

And just as picking the perfect wine can make or break a dish, Andreas believes sipping the right water can enhance even further the food we are eating.

Andreas, who was crowned ‘Best Sommelier of the World’ in 2007, will be conducting water and wine harmonisation sessions on behalf of S. Pellegrino at the Taste of London Festival, which takes place in Regents Park from 17th to the 20th of June.

Now in its seventh year, Taste of London brings together the capital’s finest chefs and restaurants with an extraordinary range of quality food and drink from Britain and around the world.

In the following video (click the link to run directly in the browser) Andreas runs through some of his top tips for making sure you’re getting the most out of your wine by selecting the perfect water accompaniment.

Honey Menu At St Paul’s Creates A Buzz

Today see the start of the Honey Association’s ‘National Honey Week’ (3rd – 9th May) and in honour of this sweet celebration, The Restaurant at St Paul’s has put together a three-course Honey Menu.

Using honey from urban hives owned by The Restaurant at St Paul’s in Regent’s Park, head chef Candice Webber offers diners the chance to mix and match her honey dishes with the restaurant’s a la carte menu, or choose to indulge in all three and have a truly sticky feast.

Goat’s cheese tortellini with soft herb salad, roast walnuts & buttered honey

Honey glazed ham hock, grain mustard mash & spring greens

Regent’s park honey ice & ginger bread sandwich

Honey glazed carrots

Coffee with homemade honeycomb

The Restaurant at St Paul’s Honey Menu is available from 3rd – 9th May and is just £20 for two courses and £24 for three.

The Restaurant at St Paul’s Regent’s Park honey can also be bought to take home starting at just £2 for a small jar.

The Restaurant at St Paul’s
St Paul’s Cathedral, St Paul’s Churchyard, London EC4M 8AD
020 7248 2469

Tom’s Terrace At Somerset House

Two new restaurants will transform eating out at one of London’s finest venues this summer.

The well-known River Terrace Café at Somerset House has been completely re-designed to become Tom’s Terrace when it opens on 29 April. Underneath a futuristic canopy diners will enjoy protection from the London summer whilst enjoying stunning views of the river Thames.

With an informal, relaxed, al fresco-style menu created by Michelin starred chef Tom Aikens, Tom’s Terrace will be a refreshing addition to open-air restaurants in the West End. The menu will include Tom’s Kitchen Tasting Board (which includes Coronation Crab Salad, Mini Burgers and Tartine of Red Onion and Aubergine Compote), Grilled Paillard of Chicken Salad, Hot Smoked Loch Duart Salmon and a delectable range of desserts such as Eton Mess and Mango Rice Pudding.

The existing Admiralty Restaurant will be transformed into “Tom’s Kitchen at Somerset House”. Tom’s Kitchen restaurant in Chelsea has been a remarkable success and the concept, including the menu, will be unchanged in the larger, grander surroundings of Somerset House serving signature dishes including Daylesford 7 hour Confit Lamb and Spicy Crème Brulee. The Deli will sell a selection of lighter fare including Lentil and Goat Cheese Tart, Parma Ham and Artichoke Pissaladiere and Roast Chicken, Grape, Endive and Walnut Salad.

“We’ve been looking to re-fresh our restaurants at Somerset House for some time,” said Jerome Ibanez General Manager “and with Tom we have found a partner who can deliver this re-fresh with style. Somerset House is widely regarded as one of the most beautiful locations in the capital – a must visit restaurant for all diners in the West End. We look forward to offering diners the opportunity to savour both the views of London and the exciting menus on offer – a great addition to complement the summer season of cultural events at Somerset House.”

“Everyone who goes to Tom’s Kitchen in Chelsea raves about the food, the ambience and the service. We are going to take all that and add a dash of architectural splendour to the mix. Tom’s Kitchen at Somerset House is set to become a big player, setting the standard for the London restaurant scene.”

Tom’s Kitchen at Somerset House will open this summer, replacing the Admiralty Restaurant. The menu at Tom’s Kitchen at Somerset House will be the same as in Chelsea. The existing Tom’s Kitchen and Tom Aikens Restaurant will remain independent. Tom’s Terrace will be open daily from 9am – midnight.