Food & Drink

Scandinavian Kitchen: restaurant review

Scandinavian Kitchen: restaurant review

When Jonas Aurell and his wife came to London, they realised that you could only really get three kinds of sandwiches for lunch – wraps, ciabattas and the good, old triangles. They decided to do something about that, and opened the Scandinavian Kitchen.

Best craft beer in London: Artisan and IPA beers

Best craft beer in London: Artisan and IPA beers

Independent breweries are creating beers inspired by their favourite bands and songs. Silvia Rothlisberger explores a new generation of artisan brewers.

From Bukhara to Dollis Hill: London’s first Uzbek restaurant opens

From Bukhara to Dollis Hill: London’s first Uzbek restaurant opens

The First Pint’s Rachel Millard meets the owner of a new Uzbek restaurant, recently opened in north-west London

Dining Out at Home – London Supper Clubs

Dining Out at Home – London Supper Clubs

The First Pint’s Amie Tsang investigates the latest culinary trend to hit London – The Supper Club – and enjoys a welcome break from the traditional restaurant experience.

Diwana, restaurant review: finding real Indian food

Diwana, restaurant review: finding real Indian food

The First Pint is on a mission to find all the ‘real’ international experiences in London. The things we miss. The things that are just like at home. The things you thought you couldn’t get here. The first installment of our series takes on Indian food at the Diwana Bhel Poori in Euston.

The Lamb and Flag: pub review

The Lamb and Flag: pub review

Historic yet unpretentious, this shabby tavern is full of character and atmosphere – and it’s got six real ales!

The Harcourt Arms: pub review

The Harcourt Arms: pub review

It isn’t every day that you can visit a Swedish pub. Enjoy the Scandinavian feeling close to Marble Arch in a quaint pub that just reeks internationalism.