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The ultimate Indulgence: Mister Lasagna’s Nutella Lasagna for Easter

SEEN is trying very hard to resist, as is anyone who gave up chocolate and carbs for Lent. It’s no good, we must all hop down to our nearest Mister Lasagna this Easter weekend. The lasagna specialists will be launching their Easter special, an eggstremely indulgent Nutella lasagna! The Italian-inspired dessert has been revamped and …

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Adam Rawson’s World Cuisine at The George & Dragon

SEEN is very excited to announce that YBF’s 2015 ‘Chef of the Year’ Adam Rawson has launched his first extended kitchen residency at the recently renovated Victorian pub, The George & Dragon, right in the heart of Fitrovia. Adam is cooking a new popup menu inspired by his exploratory travels around the world, in search of the most exciting flavours and ingredients to bring back to London.

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SEEN Loves: #LoveScotch

As part of the mission to bring scotch whisky to younger consumers, the #LoveScotch campaign has established their pop up shop in The Drift Bar and Restaurant on Bishopsgate. At £30 per person, participants will be able to mix their own festive, whisky-based at a special masterclass on 29th November.

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Lobos Soho: The New Carnivore’s Paradise

Full moon is always a good time for Lobos (wolves). Timing with this week’s super moon fever, the team behind Lobos Meat and Tapas at Borough Market has opened Lobos Soho at Frith Street; their second garito (Spanish neighbourhood joint), just next door to the iconic jazz club Ronnie Scott’s.

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SEEN Loves: Jaz and Jul’s Chocolate House

SEEN had a high old time celebrating with ethical choclatiers Jaz and Juls at their warm and cosy Chocolate House in Chapel Market, Islington at the beginning of this month. Located at the far end of the market (from Angel tube), SEEN can tell you that it is a very welcome destination in the colder weather.

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Five Years of Fabulous Food: Dabbous

It’s hard to believe that nearly five years have passed since Ollie Dabbous, one of the UK’s most in-demand chefs, together with award-winning mixologist Oskar Kinberg, opened Dabbous; a Michelin-starred Modern British restaurant in the historically bohemian Fitzrovia. Since then, this fabulous restaurant has received numerous accolades. The first one, achieved just months after opening, was a Michelin Star. Dabbous won the Best Kitchen in the Tatler Restaurant Awards 2012, and was number 11 in the UK’s Top 100 Restaurants, 2013. It’s safe to say that the discerning diner is in very inspired hands indeed.