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The Square, London

The Square, London
Restaurants over 20 years old holding two Michelin stars are a rare sight these days around London so today we thought we'd go and visit one. Phil Howard has been at The Square over half his life after stints with the legendary Marco Pierre White at Harveys and Albert...
Phil Howard Cheesecake
  As we head into the festive period the supermarkets go all upmarket and begin to stock items that we don’t see on a regular basis. One of these items is cheese and a new ‘posh’ cheese on the shelves just happened to be Brillat-Savarin, a cheese that i’ve been...
Phil Howard Chicken Wings
The addiction continues - my usage of The Square cookbook is reaching the kind of levels I should really seek medical help for, but the food is just so damn tasty! With Christmas now upon us the supermarket shelves are filled with luxury items, in particular speciality cheeses. Vacherin Mont...
halibut phil howard the square cookbook
Phil Howard's two books from his two michelin star restaurant The Square based in London are works of a lifetime spent trying and perfecting classic dishes with modern touches. Sadly Phil and The Square parted company last year but thankfully you can still sample Phil’s cooking at his new venture...

Times Square, New York

Times Square, New York
If anything encapsulates the ‘city that never sleeps’ mantra of New York City, it’s the heartbeat of the city - Times Square. Famous for New Years celebrations, street performers and history as a no-go zone in the city, it’s simply somewhere that you have to visit. “Hey! Yo! Big...
Son of Steak Masterclass Nottingham
Trinity Square is home to some superb bars and restaurants in central Nottingham. One of which is Son of Steak. A steakhouse with an affordable menu featuring a good variety of different cuts of beef. Our evening masterclass would unlock all the secrets of what makes a...

Kitchen W8

Kitchen W8, London
Where in London can you get a three course lunch for £28 with a Michelin Star? The answer is this place, Kitchen W8. I’m a big fan of Phil Howard (previously of The Square, now Elystan Street) who part-owns Kitchen W8. Looking through the menu, you can see glimpses...
Street Food, Basel
Normally you would arrive in Basel hungry for Fondue or Toblerone, not Pad Thai and Argentine steak. If that is the case, however, you can get your fix of the world food scene in the Markthalle beside the main SBB station. If, like us, you arrive on a Sunday when...
Adagio Basel City Hotel
Aparthotel Adagio Basel City, Hammerstrasse 46, Clara, 4058 Basel, Switzerland Switzerland has a habit of making you lose weight - from the pocket. That’s an issue when it comes to decent accomodation in one of Europe’s most expensive countries. We searched across Basel for some decent dwellings to keep a...

Duomo Climb, Milan

Milan Duomo, Milan
Duomo Climb, Milan Piazza del Duomo, Milan Milan’s most famous building, other than perhaps the San Siro stadium, is it’s Cathedral or Duomo - Duomo di Milano to give the official title. We first laid eyes on this incredible building on our first trip to Milan back in 2009 and now...
NH Collection Piazza Carlina, Turin
NH Collection Piazza Carlina Piazza Carlo Emanuele II, 15 Three nights in Turin, but where to stay? There’s a vast range of hotels ranging from top of the range and modern to log cabins up in the mountains around the city. We decided to stay at NH Collection at Piazza Carlina...

The Tree, Leicester

The Tree, Leicester
Formerly known as The Orange Tree, the Tree is a completely renovated pub on Leicester’s High Street. A kind invitation for a media get together to go and check out both the pub and it’s menu got us very excited about seeing the new features.