Yes indeedy there is - London eateries never dissapoint ladies and gentlemen!
We present to you the gruesome and indulgent Ben's Canteen, Off With Their Head burger special - an aged beef patty served with cider braised pig cheeks, smoked habanero barbecue sauce, apple & fennel slaw, pickles and smoked Gouda, all for £12. And if that wasn’t enough, chill your bones with Ben’s newest slush – Dark & Stormy (£8). If you’d like to visit Ben’s and check out the combo for yourself please let me know and I can arrange this for you, the burger is available throughout October.
This Autum you can also expect Grapes By Girls to return to Ben's Canteen. After the roaring success of the debut event that took place this summer. This autumn’s event will take place on Thursday 2nd November and will feature seven wines, all produced by women to celebrate female winemakers across the globe, hosted by wine expert Christina Rasmussen.
The nights are drawing in.. maybe someday soon we'll see some pumpkins in the supermarkets (seriously.. where are they??) and it's that time of year again to decide how you'll celebrate All Hallows' Eve!
We are advocating getting involved at home - get the decor out - decide what spooky form you'll take and get your little proverbial bottoms over to Rentuu.com to find a whole lot of stuff to make your Halloween party go with a scary bang.
From Halloween costumes through to lights and speakers that can be hired for just a couple of pounds a day you can put on a great party at home with minimal effort (it all gets delivered and collected) and minimal moolah.
So imagine this - you have rented your Halloween costumes - tick. You have lights and speakers for dancing later into the evening - tick. You have the Xbox set up with a projector to play large as life scary games all night. A Chocolate fountain (make that a spooky white Chocolate fountain with some green food colouring thrown in!) and a popcorn maker for hungry ghouls and ghosts.....seriously now - what more could you want?
So enjoy the indoors this year and put on a spook spectacular - besides, it's far too scary to be outdoors at night...
Many feel they are too old to get all dressed up and go trick-or-treating in the Capital.. If that's you then please do us a little favour and at least celebrate the spooky month with some Insta worthy restaurant visits!
From 27 – 31st October, guests visiting Bread Street Kitchen and Heddon Street Kitchen will be immersed in a unique and theatrical setting and a host of dark dishes with innovative, show stopping Bacardi cocktails.
A spooky five-course banquet at Heddon Street Kitchen includes dishes such as whole roasted suckling pig served with apple compote and rum glazed pineapple and beef tartare with Bloody Mary rose sauce. The banquet also includes a bubbling Witches Pipe cocktail, featuring kiwi fruit, Bacardi Carta Blanca Rum, activated charcoal and pineapple.
At Bread Street Kitchen Head Chef Paul Shearing has created a darkly delicious menu of braised veal shin with smashed pumpkin and black garlic sauce, beautifully paired with the Twilight Tea cocktail, a goblet of Grey Goose, pumpkin purée, lapsang tea and orange bitters.
The macabre, fantastical décor will fully immerse guests and intriguing dishes will be available alongside with mystical cocktails, to offer the ultimate culinary Halloween experience.