Food and fashion collide while pancakes go gourmet.
Food On film
Cinemas have gone al fresco to rooftops and under bridges. Edible Cinema, a collaboration between Soho House chef Jake Rigby-Wilson and Bombay Sapphire mixologist Sean Ware, uses taste, aroma and texture to create a multi-sensory film experience. Catch Some Like It Hot with corresponding cocktails and goodies at Babington House’s three-day film festival. We’re intrigued.
On the flip side
Krug Champagne will team up with three Michelin-starred chef, Pierre Koffman, to create a pop-up crêperie. The Krug Kreperie will take up residence in Covent Garden (2–8 December), before moving to the Berkeley hotel in Knightsbridge until January.
Crêpe and a glass of Krug Grand Cuvée £35
020 7235 1010
Ginger and Spice
Founded three years ago by foodies Suz Mountfort and Kerry Adamson as an experimental art and food pop-up, Gingerline has cavorted through nine ventures. Snap up tickets for their latest alternative dining adventure, The Hideout, which promises a four-course banquet with theatricals.
From November £55pp
Crazy for Christmas
Thought Christmas markets were limited to a melee of mince pies? Taste of Christmas in East London’s Tobacco Dock proves otherwise, with Mark Hix and Gizzi Erskine whipping up festive favourites and sharing Christmas cooking tips. Plus, 180 stalls groan with everything from chocolate and cheese to seasonal spices to fill Christmas stockings.
In the net
Longing to learn how to cook a crustacean? Stay at Cornwall’s Watergate Bay Hotel and learn the art at Rick Stein’s Seafood School.