This week we’ll be sharing some fashionable foodie advice ahead of London Fashion Week, which is fast approaching….
The Meringue Girls
The girls…Alex and Stacy are new on the scene and have created a new foodie trend. Cupcakes and macaroons are out while meringues are on their way in. Cooking from Alex’s basement in East London these ladies have discovered a dessert that shouldn’t be missed.
The flavours range from classics such as dark chocolate, raspberry and Madagascan vanilla pod to more exotic creations: pina colada, gin and tonic and lavender too! We cannot resist their “meringue kisses” so, head down to Harvey Nicholls or Selfridges and give some of their quirky inventions a try!
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Bea’s Bloomsbury Café
If you’re looking for a quaint little café away from the hectic atmosphere of London Fashion Week to test some meringues out at afternoon tea, Bea’s Bloomsbury Café is ideal. This shabby chic location churns out all of the desired treats for a relaxing afternoon and boasts a selection a delicious desserts.
44 Theobalds Road, WC1X 8NW
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For a higher end experience whilst escaping the crowds, here is Sauce’s foodie guide to dining out during London Fashion Week…
Situated in Berkley Square at the heart of Mayfair, Benares, Atul Kochhar’s Michelin starred Indian restaurant, is to celebrate London Fashion Week with two bespoke cocktails. Fashionistas can co-ordinate their drinks with their shoes, accessorising with The Louboutin, a tall drink with a red sole of pomegranate, lemon and gin, topped up with ginger beer. The daper gentleman can enjoy the Mint a la Mode, a short served distinctive green cocktail, a heady mix of citroen vodka, midori, mint and lemon.
The Louboutin and Mint a la Mode are available exclusively at Benares, in both the restaurant and bar, during London Fashion Week, 13th to 17th September 2013. Priced £13.50.
Boasting the best view in London, Hutong is situated on the 33rd floor of The Shard, serving contemporary Northern Chinese cuisine and traditional Peking dishes. Based on the hugely successful restaurant of the same name in Hong Kong, London is the first overseas location for Hutong. The culinary craft is superb with dishes varying from aromatic beef rib braised in lotus leaf to tiger prawns with Sichuan chilli sauce. Hutong is also perfect for a few drinks at the bar, admiring the view with one of their exotic Chinese ‘cocktail cures’ in hand. So if you are looking for a fashionable restaurant with fine dining, Hutong, is perfect for London fashionistas.