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1980s New York comes to Paddington Central: Huckster

Paddington Central is fast becoming a destination for all sorts of reasons, not least the food and drink. Inspired by the late 1980’s lower Manhattan street scene, Huckster will recreate the bustle of an urban street market where diners can choose from a selection of New York street food and beverage brands. This will include …

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Celebrating Thanksgiving at The Magazine

With so much heartbreaking political news on both sides of the Atlantic, Thanksgiving reunites Americans the world over with relatives and friends. It’s great to share time with loved ones, and give thanks over a good traditional festive dinner. Once again, and back by popular demand, The Magazine at the Serpentine Sackler Gallery will be cooking a very special Thanksgiving dinner, to take place on the evening of 24th November.

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Chickens and Foxes

SEEN loves food of all descriptions and was very intrigued to try this new rotisserie chicken restaurant practically next to Baker Street station. Their USP is that their Label Rouge chickens are happy, free-range, and slow-grown, feeding on pesticide-free grain. When they are despatched for the plate, their short but happy life results in a tastier chicken. SEEN certainly agrees with those ethics.

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Japanese Food Goes Beyond Sushi with Kurobuta

Kurobuta, one of London’s most innovative and exciting dining destinations, keeps on surprising diners with their chilled-out ambience and exceptional Japanese food. Opened by chef/owner Scott Hallsworth (formerly of the legendary Nobu, in London and in his native Australia) as a pop up, it’s now a permanent fixture in London’s Marble Arch, Chelsea’s King’s Road and Harvey Nichols, Knightsbridge.

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Floating Table Series at Farmopolis Café

SEEN very much enjoyed The Park Table, the summer dining series held at The Magazine restaurant at Serpentine’s Sackler Gallery. Now we are looking forward to the winter series: Floating Table at Farmopolis Café, which will be celebrated in the beautiful floating garden on the Jetty at Greenwich Peninsula. Launching on Friday, 18th November, the Floating Table series will feature a fantastic line-up of chefs, from the much-loved Helena Puolakka (soon to open Aster) to new stars Marcelo Henriquez (ONA) and Andrew Clarke (the eagerly awaited Bastien).

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London Welcomes the ‘Masters of Pisco’ to Pachamama

Pachamama Group (Pachamama and Chicama restaurants), in collaboration with BarSol, are bringing the ‘Masters of Pisco’ to London. The ‘Masters of Pisco’ are some of the best bartenders from Peru and the rest of Latin America. Over the next ten months, Marylebone’s Peruvian-inspired Pachamama, and recently opened Chicama on the King’s Road in Chelsea, will host a series of exciting monthly residencies under the direction of award-winning mixologist and Pachamama co-founder Bek Narzi, well known as one of the world’s finest bartenders.

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Casa Tua – Home is Where the Heart is

SEEN had no problem locating the newest branch of Casa Tua last night – she could smell the delicious food all the way down pretty, tree-filled Cromer Street, not far from bustling King’s Cross and Bloomsbury. It’s definitely a place you want to seek out.

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Adam Rawson’s Autumn Feast: Freshly Foraged

SEEN is delighted to announce that rising culinary star Adam Rawson will be cooking a freshly-foraged seasonal dinner this Friday, 4th November, at Vagabond Coffee, on Holloway Road. Rawson, former head chef at Pachamama and YBF’s Chef of the Year 2015, has teamed up with expert forager, Anton Petrov, to take us for a gastronomic adventure around the English countryside.