Yotam Ottolenghi at Cecil Sharp House

The popular food writer and chef in conversation with Hadley Freeman at Cecil Sharp House There can’t be many people in Primrose Hill who haven’t cooked an Ottolenghi recipe or […]

Categories: Books, Events, Food

Sam’s Cafe Goes Festive

Lanah P, the celebrated Epicene Scream star of stage and screen will be holding a mini yuletide concert at Sam’s Café on 17 and 18 December.   Lanah will perform […]

Categories: Christmas, Events, Food

Manna Restaurant Re-opens

Primrose Hill’s vegan restaurant, Manna, has re-opened its doors after having been closed for a number of years. After undergoing a pandemic-induced refurbishment, including a new entrance and vegan bar, […]

Burns Night In

22 January 7-8.30pm (online) It’s Burns Night again, and this year the celebrations usually held at the Primrose Hill Community Centre will be online. Help is at hand to prepare […]

Categories: Community Centre, Events, Food

Neighbourhood Nosh

by Hattie Hartman The first lockdown witnessed an extraordinary outpouring of community support networks, hand-clapping for the NHS and neighbour helping neighbour. As the seemingly endless months of London’s third […]

Categories: Feature, Food, Fund Raising

Dot’s Provisions

By Ollie Collett. Dorothy Woods began ‘Dot’s Provisions’ amidst the government’s Covid-19 lockdown restrictions, with the aim of supplying the Primrose Hill community with health-conscious, allergy-aware food that they can […]

Categories: COVID-19, Feature, Food

A Wizard Chef Dedicated To His Craft

By Nicola Manasseh. Daniel Adams started being passionate about cooking when he was a child; and now, aged nineteen, before lockdown occurred, he was a chef at the Michelin-starred restaurant […]

Categories: Feature, Food, Interview