Ready to embrace your wild side? Pan will be bringing a taste of spring to London’s riverside and we’re giving away a pair of tickets to the action.
A chef who’s earned his merit – The Wordrobe gets the dish on Paul Merrett, chef proprietor of the Fox & Grapes in Wimbledon and frequent guest chef on Saturday Kitchen.
Northern Finland just raised the glamping game with a brand new hotel experience on skis.
With spring (finally) in sight, Executive Head Chef at Sopwell House, Gopi Chandran reveals his recipe for a delicious salad to start the season on the right fork.
Here, Cornish cod is paired with a range of subcontinental flavours for an elegant take on a fish curry.
If you love cocktails and anything Italian, you’re going to love this upcoming March masterclass at Fiume.
A member of the cabbage family, kohlrabi is a funny-looking vegetable. Don’t let this put you off – it’s very easy to prepare and will be a great addition to your diet.
This simple veggie curry is full of creamy flavour and ideal if you’re in a time crunch.
Here’s how to sip, savour and salivate your way through South Tyrol
“Food with love.” We talk cooking philosophies with Bronte Aurell, food writer and co-founder of ScandiKitchen.
This stir-fry is what healthy dinner dreams are made of.
Rhubarb is the ultimate pie fruit. It goes with citrus, berries, custard, cream, hot, cold – it doesn’t seem to matter what you do with it, it always works.
Raymond Blanc shares the secrets to a simple yet superb salade d’aubergine.
In the heart of Notting Hill, The Wordrobe’s Sophie Ritchie sinks her into teeth into the gourmet Golden State.
“This combination is a little fancy and a bit unusual but it all works really well together.”
Creamy, custardy and packed full of coffee – meet your new favourite dessert.
Embrace your wild side with this brand new initiative.
Plate up with your pooch – here’s where to find the best dog-friendly dishes in London.
The Wordrobe has teamed up with VegfestUK Bristol to treat one lucky reader and a friend the chance to win tickets to the May festival.
The days of tasteless tofu and cardboard food are over. With flexitarian diets more popular than ever, it couldn’t be easier to find a delicious vegetarian or vegan dish in London.