Rachel Khoo

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July 5th, 2017

My latest Parisian adventure: Cafe Sou

At the beginning of the year, I was approached by the Ned – a Soho House x Sydell Group collaboration in the city of London – to come on board for an ambitious new project. Together they were planning on transforming the old Midlands bank  into a 252 room hotel with 9 [...]

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April 29th, 2016

The perfect dinner party over on Khoollect

Earlier this week I updated you on what I’ve been dining on and where during my travels. This is because Khoollect is celebrating the classic art of the dinner party – from menu ideas to the one of the coolest London supper clubs around at the moment. I’m [...]

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August 2nd, 2015

My Picnic Tips {video}

Picnics don’t have to be a complicated affair, the simpler the better I say! Here are a few of my picnic tips: – Make and freeze flavoured water. I shared my flavoured water ideas on my Youtube channel, so you can check that video out if you like. – Of [...]

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November 13th, 2014

Kaiseki in Kyoto and Home Cooking Japanese-style

Having spent the previous night in Tokyo’s Shibuya district, home to the world’s busiest pedestrian crossing and a display of neon advertising so bright it makes Piccadilly Circus look discreet, the tranquillity of Kyoto was all the more marked. There’s a curious dichotomy [...]

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March 2nd, 2013

Friday treat – lunch at The Ledbury

I’m not one to go to Michelin starred restaurants very often as they can be quite pricey and I prefer a laid back dining vibe. However I discovered that the Ledbury (2 Michelin stars) has a great lunch menu offer during the week (£35 – starter, main and dessert) and thought what better way to celebrate the half way mark on researching, writing and testing recipes for my next book than with a little lunch.

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December 13th, 2012

L’éclair de Génie

Forget macarons it’s all about éclairs in Paris. Just opened today by the pâtisserie chef Christophe Adam, L’éclair de Génie is offering a delicious selection of classic (chocolate, coffee, salted butter caramel…) filled éclairs aswell as some unusual [...]

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November 19th, 2012

Three snapshots from my weekend.

A weekend in London and a quick trip to the countryside to see my parents (no they don’t live in Downton Abbey a.k.a. Highclere castle – they live close enough to pop by for a visit).

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