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In preparation for the launch of our ‘How to with Hix’ series, we made a trip to the coast to see where the man himself spent his childhood.
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Is there anything better than a blushing fillet of beef smothered in pâtè and duxelles wrapped in buttery, flaky pastry? We don’t think so.

There’s something special about Beef Wellington, so have a read, salivate and then go to one of the our favourites in town to taste it for yourself.
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Doughnuts: there’s more to them than meets the eye. Forget the overcooked, rock-like, over-sugared excuses for doughnuts you get at the local fair, and instead head to one of the below to taste our favourite buns in town.
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London’s best burger, as voted by you. In our 2014 Burger Poll, we nominated the top 20 best burgers in town, and following a month of serious voting, our readers have had their say. 

Here are the results from our inaugural burger poll…
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Romy van den Broeke discovers hybrid Korean fare in the centre of London; but how does it compare to the authentic eateries of Seoul and New Malden?
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In the wake of the launch of his new cookbook Fresh Spice, master of seasoning Arun Kapil shares his extravagant take on the lamb biryani. A classic rice dish, biryani comes in many different forms, usually changing by region, but for Kapil the perfect lamb biryani should be spiked with with ‘red gold’ (saffron).
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Let us introduce the latest addition to London’s Peruvian restaurant scene, Pachamama. Tucked away below Thayer Street in Marylebone, Pachamama has opened it’s doors and welcomes people to sample their unique Peruvian-fusion menu and creative cocktails.
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No one does a Pisco Sour better than Coya, so why not try their secret recipe this weekend and make yourself the perfect aperitivo.
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‘Tis the season to eat asparagus, so whip up Mark Hix’s fresh shaved asparagus salad for either a light lunch or as an accompaniment to roast pork.
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The perfect mix of comforting and fresh, a well-seasoned plate of al dente pasta with delicate crab is a classic. London may be brimming with great Italian restaurants, but the three below have proven their worth with bowls of properly tasty crab linguine.
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