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How to Cure your own meat at Mount Street Deli

Tuesday 13 November at 6pm Learn the art of home-curing with Adam Coghlin. One of the city’s leading ‘Young British Foodies’ (YBFs) Adam is an authority on home-curing and smoking different meats and fish and will be teaching guests how to do this easily at home. Just in time for making gifts for Christmas. Tickets £10 To book, call 020 7499 6843. themountstreetdeli.co.uk

British cheeses at The Mount Street Deli

Tuesday 9 October at 6pm Join Hugh Padfield from The Bath Soft Cheese Company for a tasting of their award-winning British cheeses. Hugh’s family has been making an array of soft, hard and blue cheeses from their farm in Kelston, Bath for three generations, using traditional techniques. Taste cheeses including Bath Blue, Kelston Park and Wyfe of Bath, all accompanied with a glass of wine. Tickets £10 To book, call …Read More

Game masterclass at The Mount Street Deli

Tuesday 11 September at 6pm Celebrate the new game season at The Mount Street Deli. Ben Wetherill from Yorkshire Game will be explaining the different estate management and game rearing techniques and providing some morsels to taste too. Yorkshire Game are supplied with gamebirds by a wide range of estates, shoots and individuals. All their suppliers comply with The Code of Good Shooting Practice, and follow the EC guidelines on …Read More

A taste of Spain at The Mount Street Deli

Tuesday 10 July at 6pm Explore the gastronomic treasures of Spain with Brindisa. Brindisa imports the most extensive range of high quality Spanish foods in the UK: from the finest hams and rare regional cheeses to olives and marcona almonds. Many of their delicacies available at the Deli. An evening to taste and learn about the flavours of Iberia. Tickets £10 To book, call 020 7499 6843, themounstreetdeli.co.uk

Shambhala Urban Escape

COMO Shambhala Urban Escape hidden in the Metropolitan Hotel on Park Lane is holistic wellness centre.  Asian-inspired treatments soothe mind, body and spirit. Therapies include deep massage, emotionally rebalancing holistic techniques and Dr Perricone facials for restorative skincare. For reservations [email protected] Metropolitan Spa

Niamh Shields – adventures in food blogging

Tuesday 8 May at 6pm The last few years have been quite an adventure for Niamh Shields. An Irish ex-pat living in London with a passion for food and travel, Niamh began a blog called Eat Like A Girl about the places she  visited, the food she ate and the recipes she cooked. Her integrity and passion were infectious and she quickly began being attracting quite a following. In 2010 …Read More

Little House Mayfair opens it`s doors

A short walk from Soho House and Dean Street Townhouse, Little House Mayfair is one floor of a small building on a quiet corner in Mayfair. Open for breakfast every morning until late every night, the House gives you a cosy new private space for eating, drinking, working and meeting. The club features exposed brick walls and a salon bar, creating a warm intimate atmosphere where members can eat, drink, …Read More


Shhhh….Hush is one of London`s best kept secrets.  Combining bar, brassiere and restaurant,  in the secluded location of Lancashire Court.  Tucked behind New Bond Street and Brook Street Al Fresco dining is available year round and the extensive wine & cocktail lists are certain to please.  Keep an eye out for their screening nights when classic films are shown in the court yard View Website

The perfect coffee at The Mount Street Deli

Tuesday 14 April at 6pm Learn how to make the perfect coffee with Caravan roastery. Caravan is a boutique roastery in Exmouth Market, set up in 2010 by two Kiwis passionate about creating the perfect coffee: Chris Ammerman and Miles Kirby. Caravan roasts small batches of beans daily on their Probat roaster using beans sourced from around the world. They source green coffee from single farms and estates in the …Read More

Ziggy Stardust in Mayfair

Today The Crown Estate unveiled a commemorative plaque to David Bowie’s iconic creation, Ziggy Stardust marking the 40th anniversary of his album, ‘The Rise and Fall of Ziggy Stardust and The Spiders from Mars’. The plaque was unveiled at 23 Heddon Street, just off Regent Street, where the photograph on the front cover of the album was taken – a fact little known until now. David Shaw, Head of the …Read More