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Piate: Andreas Hagisoteri – Share and Share Alike

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Piate: Andreas Hagisoteri – Share and Share Alike
Andreas Hagisoteri Family-run restaurant Piate offers a delicious shared dining experience in a warm, welcoming atmosphere The hospitality gene runs deep in the Hagisoteri family. Andreas, who recently opened Piate on King Street (opposite Tesco Express) in partnership with his father, is the grandson of (another) Andreas who owned the...

La Toscana: Buon Appetito!

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La Toscana: Buon Appetito!
Giovanni and Gabbi La Toscana is serving classic Italian cuisine with a modern twist If expertise and experience count, then La Toscana will be a welcome addition to Chiswick’s dining scene. Gabbi, the Head Chef, has cooked in restaurants in Tuscany and London for 30 years and Giovanni, the Manager,...

The Brackenbury Wine Rooms: The Best of British

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The Brackenbury Wine Rooms: The Best of British
Thor Gudmundsson Wine expert Thor Gudmundsson explains why still wines are a challenge to produce in the UK British producers have been getting some fantastic results with sparkling wines made in the style of Champagne, even out-performing established brands at international competitions. However, the situation has been less rosy on...

Flynn’s Pub & Townhouse: A New Era Dawns

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Flynn’s Pub & Townhouse: A New Era Dawns
James Fitzgerald With highly-rated accommodation and an imminent refurbishment, Flynn’s Pub & Townhouse is a business transformed... You could say that James Fitzgerald, the tenant of Flynn’s Pub & Townhouse on Dalling Road, has the perfect background for a trade that’s all about people. A qualified psychologist, he practised in...

Thor Gudmundsson tells us why natural wines are a sign of quality craftsmanship

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Thor Gudmundsson tells us why natural wines are a sign of quality craftsmanship
Natural winemaking is now a badge of quality craftsmanship in the vineyards and winery as natural wines respect the environment and the consumer. Natural wines are often organic, sometimes bio-dynamic, and definitely made with fewer additives than more industrial wines, notably sulphur. Even a few years ago natural wines could...

The Stonemasons Arms: Jack Davis

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The Stonemasons Arms: Jack Davis
Jack Davis - General Manager Anyone driving round Hogarth Roundabout in Chiswick recently cannot have failed to notice the intense stare of a giant-sized chef perched on the advertising hoarding. The man glaring down on the thousands of cars passing beneath is Gavin Sinden, the Fuller’s award winning Chef of...