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Picture of Hawksmoor Seven DialsKitchen Communications Ltd is a lifestyle public relations company specialising in food and drink, restaurants and bars. Set up in 2006, Kitchen is a partnership of two experienced industry professionals, Henry Taylor and Irena Pogarcic, whose aim is to promote the wealth of gastronomic experiences and quality produce in the marketplace.

The partners have over 20 years experience in this specialist field, having worked with some of Britain’s best restaurants and bars including: Hawksmoor, Vinoteca and Harvey Nichols Restaurants. Food and drink campaigns have included Allens of Mayfair, Artisan du chocolat and Hangar One.

  • Kitchen is a lifestyle consultancy specialising in restaurants, food and drink PR
  • Kitchen PR campaigns are client specific and bespoke
  • Kitchen has wide reaching network of contacts and friends within the media, the industry and opinion formers
  • Kitchen Directors are actively involved in all aspects of campaigns
  • Kitchen specialises in publicity, consulting, profile and brand building

100 Hoxton

100 Hoxton Street N1 9ES

Picture of 100 Hoxton Since its launch in early Autumn 2013 Londoners have been flocking to 100 Hoxton to sample the innovative cooking and cocktails and demand for their fabulous fusion foods has been so great that they are now open for weekday lunch and weekend brunch.

Lunchtime diners at 100 Hoxton can choose from a delicious and concise selection of 100 Hoxton Wraps ranging from Lamb paired with onion tahini yoghurt and pomegranate or 7-spiced Crispy Quail with yellow plum chutney and chicory pancake amongst others.

For the weekend brunching crowd, 100 Hoxton offers a fusion inspired brunch, which is sure to be an instant hit. The 100 Hoxton Big Breakfast with Pork Belly and spring onion hash, fried eggs, tomato, mushrooms, avocado salsa and jalapeno dressing or Spiced Scotch Egg with coconut, pickled radish and watercress are just some of dishes available to cure an end of the week hangover or to relax over with the weekend papers while enjoying a Bloody Mary with homemade chili sauce and coriander.


http://www.100hoxton.com


Ballaró

154 Haverstock Hill NW3 2AY

Picture of Ballaró Ballaro is an elegant and charming, sixty-cover restaurant serving reasonably priced seasonal Sicilian and Mediterranean dishes from renowned Italian chef Carmelo Carnevale. Since its opening in 2013 it has become a firm neighbourhood favourite amongst the residents of North London.

Carmelo’s menu at Ballaró jumps right off the page and immediately makes the diner want to tuck straight in. This is a chef whose sole interest in life is cooking and his sublime menu pays tribute to his native Sicily and its famous Ballaró market in Palermo.

Starters include Red Prawns Tartar with Clementine, Capers and Campari Dressing or Deep Fried Squid with Chilli and Lime Mayonnaise and Chickpea Pancakes or Fassona Beef Carpaccio with Watercress and Puntarelle Chicory.

The pasta course is a must at Ballaro with Cavateddi with Cime di Rapa Broccoli, Sundried Tomatoes, Ragusano Cheese, and taggiasche Olives or Ricotta Gnudi with Saffron infused Pecorino Cheese and Pistachio Nuts or Homemade Spaghetti with Slow Cooked Veal Osso Buco Ragout in Nero d'Avola Wine.

For the mains you can sample Sicilian Couscous with Scallops, Prawns and Octopus or Rack of Lamb with Pumpkin, braised Radicchio and Mint Yoghurt sauce.

Puddings follow on perfectly with Italian classics including perfect vanilla Panacotta or fabulous Tiramisu with Marsala.

Ballaro offers alongside the a la carte menu at lunch a fabulously priced weekday set lunch menu with two courses for £12.50.

Carmelo has devised a stunning, yet affordable two course Italian family Sunday Lunch offering. Inspired by Sundays back home in Palermo, his large family all getting together on the day of rest, tucking in to dishes cooked by him and his Mamma. The Italian Family Sunday Lunch at Ballaro is priced at £18.50 for two courses.


http://www.ballaro.co.uk


Fifth Floor Bar

Harvey Nichols SW1X 7RJ

Picture of Fifth Floor Bar Spring may not quite yet have sprung, but that doesn’t mean we can’t look ahead and enjoy the delicious flavours the season brings.

Indulge this spring in a delicious cocktail at the Fifth Floor Bar. The team have created a cocktail list with intriguing tastes and flavour combinations that they believe will be big hits for the months ahead.

CLANDESTINO £13.50
The savoury basil works surprisingly well with campari, agave syrup and sharp zesty grapefruit juice, making this vivid drink thirst-quenching and flavoursome. A simple and sophisticated choice.

GINGER FIZZ £14.50
Kamm & Sons “the British aperitif” is gently stirred with elderflower cordial and complemented with Harvey Nichols Brut Champagne. This delicious combination is perfect for a light spring treat.

HNIX ADJUSTER £12.50
A perfect mix of Beefeater 24 and Solerno liqueur blended with lime and crushed ice. Finished with a hint of rose water and served caipirinha style. Citrusy and refreshing.

BUBBLE BLISS £14.50
An elegant blend of spring delights exploding with fruity and floral freshness. Apricots and oranges are mixed with Makers Mark bourbon and mellowed by peach liqueur and vanilla sugar. Topped up with Harvey Nichols Brut Champane; pure bliss!

PARIS BLOSSOM £13.50
With the trees heavy with blossom and the sun breaking through, this beautiful blend of bay leaves, Martell vsop, chartreuse and orange combine to toast the changing seasons. Delicious!

PICNIC CHIC £12.50
The refreshing, simple ingredients work harmoniously to create a flavoursome, long cocktail. Thyme and lemon juice combined with Absolut vodka and livened with lemonade.

THE FENNEL MULE £13.50
A simple drink based on the classic Moscow Mule, a refreshing creation that perfectly fits with the ethos of the spring season. Fennel infused Chase vodka is shaken with grapefruit and dill bitters, fresh lemon juice and charged with Luscombe ginger beer. Cool and tasty!

The Spring Cocktail Menu is available at the Fifth Floor Bar, Harvey Nichols Knightsbridge until Friday 28 March.

The stunning Fifth Floor Champagne Bar at the flagship Harvey Nichols store in Knightsbridge is an exclusive collaboration with Perrier-Jouët.


http://www.harveynichols.com/hnedit/viva-forever-afternoon-tea/


FOXLOW

69-73 St John Street, Clerkenwell EC2V 8AS

Picture of FOXLOW The ultimate follow on from Foxlow's slow smoked ribs, the Elvis Presley Sandwich is a dessert the King himself would be proud of. Milk soft serve ice cream, peanut butter and banana compote are sandwiched in brioche fried with sugar cinnamon but term, topped with peanut butter sauce and bacon cooked in maple syrup (optional). Not for the faint hearted, but so good!

The Ribwich another menu addition and a lunchtime tribute to Homer Simpson, is a mix of slow-smoked beef, pork and bacon ribs, all pulled into chunks, piled into a soft white bun and topped with house barbecue sauce and and a few dashes of Mark 'The Ribman' Gevaux's Christ on a Bike hot sauce. Tastes like liberty…...

Foxlow, Will Beckett and Huw Gott's 100-cover restaurant and bar opened in Clerkenwell in 2013.

Foxlow, perhaps unsurprisingly, features charcoal grilled steak albeit in less known cuts, such as Deckle, the top, fatty part of the rib- eye, butchered by Tim Wilson of The Ginger Pig. Other grills include Pluma (pork feather steak), supplied by Brindisa. Slow-smoked dishes that Richard Turner and his team have been perfecting over many, many months form a big part of the menu and include Six-hour Bacon Ribs and Eight-hour Beef Shortrib. Fish and seafood comes from Brixham market and poultry from select North Yorkshire farms. Another big part of the menu is a large selection of salads, available to order individually or as an assortment providing lighter options for lunch or dinner. Desserts, from Hawksmoor’s pastry chef Carla Henriques include a fabulous selection of Soft Serve Sundaes.


http://www.foxlow.co.uk


Hawksmoor Air Street

5A Air Street W1J 0AD

Picture of Hawksmoor Air Street The Hawksmoor Air Street Bar menu features amongst other dishes, it's latest favourite thing: The Mitch Tonks' Crab Sandwich.
A heavenly sandwich first tasted at Mitch's restaurant Rockfish in Dartmouth, lovingly made with only the freshest crab meat, cucumber and pickles, layered between fluffy white bread now takes pride of place alongside Hawksmoor's already infamous buttery Lobster Roll.
Cornish rock oysters or Colchester natives served with or without Hawksmoor sausages are also available as well as fried rock oysters served with tartare sauce and lighter snacks such as Fried queenies, triple cooked chips and pickled cockles. For those with a sweeter inclination, macaroons and salted caramel rolos round up the offering.


www.thehawksmoor.com


Hawksmoor Guildhall

10-12 Basinghall Street, EC2V 5BQ N1 6NN

Picture of Hawksmoor Guildhall Toast Presents: The Future of Meat
5th April at Hawksmoor Guildhall

TOAST have partnered with Hawksmoor and The Ginger Pig to bring together three experts on the topic: Hawksmoor executive chef Richard Turner, The Ginger Pig owner Tim Wilson, and Philip Lymbery, CEO of charity Compassion in World Farming and author of Farmageddon: The True Cost of Cheap Meat.

The panel will share their perspectives on the UK’s current relationship with meat, what a healthy, sustainable supply chain could look like, and what we'll really be eating 100 years from now.
Will Beckett and Huw Gotts third steak restaurant cocktail bar, Hawksmoor Guildhall opened in 2011 on Basinghall Street in the City. Situated in the shadow of the actual Guildhall, a stone’s throw from Dolly’s, the 18th century restaurant that lays claim to being the first steakhouse of them all, it feels like it has been a City institution since the dawn of the 20th century.

On sale now at www.eatdrinktoast.com/events tickets cost £40 and will include a Bloody Mary on arrival, the ‘The Future of Meat’ debate and brunch on Saturday 5 April.

www.eatdrinktoast.com @EatDrinkToast

While the 'dictionary thick' charcoal-grilled steaks from Longhorn cattle are the main feature at lunch and dinner, breakfast revolves around the long-forgotten Plum Pudding Pig. The breakfast menu, available 7-10am Monday to Friday, features everything from Devilled Veal Kidneys on Toast to Manx Kipper and Poached Eggs and the Ultimate Hawksmoor Breakfast to share with Smoked Bacon Chop, Sausages, Black Pudding, Short-Rib Bubble & Squeak, Grilled Bone Marrow, Trotter Baked Beans, Fried Eggs, Grilled Mushrooms, Roast Tomatoes, Dripping Toast and HP Gravy.


http://www.thehawksmoor.co.uk


Hawksmoor Knightsbridge

3 Yeoman's Row SW3 2AL

Picture of Hawksmoor Knightsbridge Will Beckett and Huw Gott are excited to announce that Hawksmoor will be coming to West London this summer with the opening of Hawksmoor Knightsbridge on Yeoman’s Row planned for June.

Will and Huw have taken over the site that housed Frankie’s restaurant. Huw says to expect “a bit of old school glamour and atmosphere and another menu that revolves around what we do best – amazing steaks from ethically reared British cattle and a few surprise dishes and cocktails which we’re currently perfecting”.



http://thehawksmoor.com


Hawksmoor Seven Dials

11 Langley Street WC2H 9JG

Picture of Hawksmoor Seven Dials From Monday 10th March there'll be a new Third Burger at Seven Dials – the Five Pork Burger. Working on the assumption that more is always better, we've topped a Tamworth pork patty with sausage meat stuffing and a couple of slices of smoked bacon. On the side there's sausage gravy for French-dipping and a couple of extra-long pork scratchings. To balance it all out we snuck in some Spring Greens which brings a little Sunday Roast into the mix and a dollop of homemade apple ketchup. Definitively the piggiest way to get your greens.


http://www.thehawksmoor.com


Hawksmoor Spitalfields Bar

157 Commercial Street E1 6BJ

Picture of Hawksmoor Spitalfields Bar It’s ‘April Fool’ Josh Reynolds’ turn on the Desert Island Drinks list this month at Spitalfields Bar. Drop in for cocktails that include ingredients like Salted Pineapple Syrup, Kaffir Lime, Nettle and Byrrh, although not all in the same drink. The five monthly changing Desert Island Drinks are personal favourites chosen by a different member of Hawksmoor's crack cocktail team, along with fine non-changers.

The food menu at Hawksmoor Spitafields bar features a compilation of sandwiches ideally suited to soaking up the carefully selected cocktails. The menu also features a selection of popular staples of the Hawksmoor bar menus: Hot Dog and Chili Cheese Dog, Shortrib French Dip, Cheeseburger and the Lobster Roll amongst others.

Die-hard fans will be surprised with the ‘almost vegan’ (there is some butter in the brioche bun) Chana Masala Burger, a tribute to a much-missed local curry house, Sweet and Spicy on Brick Lane.

Other dishes include a supercharged Fillet ’o’ Fish, with Jalapeño tartare, Seoul Ribs, XO Chicken Wings, Pulled Pork Bun and the not-very-vegan Pig’s Head Poutine


http://www.thehawksmoor.com


Machiavelli

69 Long Acre, Covent Garden, London WC2E 9JS

Picture of Machiavelli Machiavelli Kitchen and Dining Room, Covent Garden’s best-loved Italian deli, café and restaurant has put together a perfect selection of Christmas hampers, filled to the brim with finest Italian products. There is a hamper for every occasion with the elegant Classic Hamper with a bottle of Prosecco di Valdobbiadene Extra Dry Col de'Sallci along with biscotti biscuits and a panettone, a Cheese Hamper with three delicious artisan cheeses and a bottle of Massolino Barolo from Serralunga d'Alba. The Tea Hamper has a wonderful Continental alternative to the classic English afternoon tea. The Cook's Hamper is the perfect answer for cooking up some classic Italian fare and the Larder Hamper will ensure you have everything you need to create a delicious Italian meal this Christmas. Prices start from £45.




http://http://www.machiavellifood.co.uk


Manicomio Chelsea

83-85 Duke of York Square SW3 4LY

Picture of Manicomio Chelsea Manicomio nestles perfectly in the converted barracks that once housed The Royal Military Asylum in Duke of York Square, hence the name, Madhouse in Italian. Over the years, Manicomio’s offering, including a fine Italian restaurant and bar, casual café, deli and takeaway and a delightful dining terrace have built a loyal following, becoming an absolute must both with the discerning Chelsea set and lovers of fine Italian food from all over this city.

This May Manicomio Chelsea restaurant, café, deli and bar will be ten years old. To celebrate a decade as one of London’s best-loved Italian restaurants, Manicomio’s delectable new anniversary a la carte menu will feature ten years of seasonal spring and summer signature dishes, handpicked from menu archives by Head Chef Tom Salt. This brilliant anniversary menu will run in the restaurant at Manicomio Chelsea from Monday 13th of May through to August with seasonal changes along the way due to some of the ingredients featured.

Poco Café (sister to Manicomio restaurant) has just launched a delightful summer terrace complete with a BBQ menu and a cocktail list created in collaboration with Tanqueray Gin. Think cocktails with a distinctly Italian feel, such as Tanqueray Negroni and String Cello (Tanqueray Ten, limoncello, pineapple juice, lemon juice, basil).

The Poco Café BBQ menu is short and sweet with daily changing antipasti to start and mains including Swordfish with rocket and daterino tomato and Banham free-range chicken spiedino and Wye Valley asparagus, parmesan and lemon. Prices range from £10.50 to £14.

The Poco Café summer BBQ terrace menu and Tanqueray cocktails are served from Tuesday to Friday only, from 5.30-8pm until end of July.


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Manicomio City

6 Gutter Lane London EC2V 8AS

Picture of Manicomio City Manicomio City restaurant, café, deli and bar opened in June 2008 and over the last five years has built a first class reputation as a destination for some of the finest Italian food, drink, produce and service on offer, not only in The City but all over London.

This Autumn, as the nights begin to draw in and temperatures drop slightly, Manicomio City, housed in an impressive glass fronted Norman Foster building dominating one end of Gutter Lane, launches an exceptionally priced, evening only, T-Bone steak and Chianti Classico sharing offering at its first floor restaurant.
Priced at £65 for two people (just £32.50 per head), this delectable steal of a special features a 750g longhorn T-Bone steak from the award winning Ginger Pig, alongside a bottle of 2009 Castellare Di Castellina, Chianti Classico. Manicomio Head Chef Tom Salt and his talented team will expertly season and chargrill this fine piece of meat to your spec. Every Ginger Pig longhorn T-bone steak is served simply, the Italian way, with maple roasted onion squash and salsa verde.

The award winning Ginger Pig Farm was started twenty years ago by founder Tim Wilson on a near derelict Yorkshire moors farmhouse with three Tamworth Pigs. The company now has five butchers shops around London and farms 3000 acres in the finest stretch of the Yorkshire Moors as well as supplying meat to a handful of London’s best restaurants. Their longhorn T-Bone steaks for Manicomio City are expertly aged, the meat perfectly marbled with fat to create a sublime tasting, succulent piece of steak that just melts in your mouth.

This excellent Chianti Classico featured hails from the Poderri Castellare di Castellina vineyard close to the village of Chianti. Castellare di Castellina produces 250,000 bottles of wine a year in over 33 hectares of vineyards. The 2009 Vintage Chianti Classico is aged in French durmast barrels creating an elegantly complex, full-bodied wine that marries perfectly with red meat.
An identical 750g Ginger Pig longhorn T-bone steak will also be on offer at lunchtime on the a la carte menu priced at £45 for two people without the wine


http://www.manicomio.co.uk/city/


OXO Tower

OXO Tower Wharf, Barge House Street, South Bank SE1 9PH

Picture of OXO Tower Strictly NOT your standard Afternoon Tea, the delicious alternative to soggy sandwiches and stale scones, OXO Tower’s Not Afternoon Tea introduces four fabulous new plates.

‘Rhubarb Rhubarb Rhubarb’ catapults this season’s ‘IT’ vegetable into the spotlight with unique flavour combinations; the indulgent ‘Nuts About Chocolate’ is every chocaholic’s dream; wistfully nostalgic ‘English Puds’ showcases some of our old school favourites (with OXO’s distinctive, modern twist); and the delicate ‘Cup of Tea’ celebrates one of the nation’s much-loved traditions in a most non-traditional way.

As ever, all four plates come with their own unique tongue-in-cheek cocktails, created by the OXO Tower Bar Team.

OXO’s Not Afternoon Tea packages are also still available, which can be purchased as vouchers, making the perfect gift for any occasion (or an excuse to treat yourself…)

Not Afternoon Tea
£24.50 including one bespoke cocktail
£34.50 including two bespoke cocktails.

Not Afternoon Tea is available in the OXO Tower Brasserie Sunday to Friday from 3pm – 5pm and Saturdays from 2pm – 4.30pm.


For further information, to book a table or to purchase a Not Afternoon Tea voucher, please email oxo.reservations@harveynichols.com or call 020 7803 3888.


http://www.harveynichols.com


RD American Sandwiches

37a Hoxton Square N1 6NN

Picture of RD American Sandwiches Red Dog American Sandwiches opened in October 2013 at 37a Hoxton Square. Serving Tom Brooke's authentic take on an American classic: the humble, hearty and delicious sub, available to eat in, take-home or to have delivered.

Tom, an "aspiring legend" in his own words, was a pioneer of the early days of the gourmet, fast 'dude' food scene having opened Red Dog Saloon, an American burger and BBQ joint back in Summer 2011. For the past three years, Tom has been perfecting recipes, smoking techniques and bread-to-filling ratios while plotting to unleash the simple, unputdownable sub on London.

The Red Dog American Sandwiches menu features fifteen hot and cold subs, four dogs, a handful of sides, salads and deserts with Soft (sodas, milkshakes, coffee) or Hard (Kona Longboard Hawaiian larger, Rebel Yell bourbon) drinks to wash them down.The 26-cover diner does not take reservations.


http://www.reddogamericansandwiches.co.uk


Red Dog South

27 - 31 Bedford Road SW4 7SH

Picture of Red Dog South After the huge success of Red Dog Saloon, Hoxton Square, followed by the opening of its little bro Red Dog American Sandwiches around the corner it is now time to give South London its first taste of fine Southern BBQ.

Red Dog South will open its doors on Monday 14th of April 2014 at 27 - 31 Bedford Road, Clapham, just opposite Clapham North Tube.

Red Dog Saloon founder Tom Brooke is heading the kitchen of this impressive 86-cover BBQ and burger joint with a sunny 32-cover terrace. Once again, its focus will be on large slabs of hickory smoked meat and poultry, think melting short rib, juicy stacks of buttery ribs and not forgetting the RDS signature list of pimped up burgers alongside comforting sides and delectable pies and desserts. There’s a large bar for cocktails, beer and bourbon too.

From Monday 7th of April Red Dog South will be on soft launch with 50% off food lunch and dinner for the week. In the meantime you can follow Red Dog South updates on twitter @reddogsaloonn1.


http://www.reddogsaloon.co.uk


SEASON at Fifth Floor

Harvey Nichols, Knightsbridge SW3 1DB

Picture of SEASON at Fifth Floor Make your precious lunch hour count with the new Express Lunch Menu at SEASON at Harvey Nichols. The Express Lunch Menu showcases some of the season’s greatest flavours. Choose from moreish options such as ballotine of red wine braised rabbit with cépe purée, liver parfait and pickled wild mushrooms to start; roast fillet of stone sea bass with squid ink linguine and carpaccio of octopus to follow; and if you can spare the time round it off with rum caramel banana and honeycomb mille-feuille.

Two courses £19.50
Three courses £21.50

SEASON’s Express Lunch Menu is available Monday to Sunday 12-3 pm. For more information or to book a table, please call 0207235 5250 or email reception@harveynichols.co


www.harveynichols.com


The Palomar

34 Rupert Street W1D 6DN

Picture of The Palomar The Palomar, a dynamic new restaurant is set to launch in April at 34 Rupert Street in Soho. Layo and Zoe Paskin, the siblings behind The End and AKA have teamed up with the chefs who created Jerusalem’s celebrated Machneyuda restaurant - Yossi Elad, Uri Navon & Asaf Granit. The Palomar's kitchen will be headed up by Tomer Amedi and specialise in the food from Jerusalem, influenced as it is by the rich cultures of Southern Spain and Italy, North Africa through to the Levant.

More information to follow. In the meantime, you can follow The Palomar updates on Twitter: @palomarsoho / Instagram: thepalomar or sign up for soft opening details at www.thepalomar.co.uk


http://www.thepalomar.co.uk


The Wells

30 Well Walk NW3 1BX

Picture of The Wells Beth Coventry’s pub-with-food in Hampstead is a firm local favourite. Situated between the Heath and Hampstead Village, the Georgian building has three dining rooms on the first floor, seating 10, 16 and 20, which lend themselves perfectly to private dining and events. The main bar downstairs is a comfortable space, suitable for eating, drinking and regular events and there is also plenty of outside seating, ideal for warmer months.


http://www.thewellshampstead.co.uk


Vinoteca

Soho, Marylebone and Farringdo W1F 9SH

Picture of Vinoteca Vinoteca offers it's customers an inviting environment to enjoy a unique selection of wines from all over the globe. With over 285 wines on the menu, incredibly helpful staff, as well as a food offering of unpretentious frequently changing dishes, all four venues are sure to please any wine lover. The wine list reflects a passion for small producers, and is great value for money. The full selection of wines are available to drink in, take away or order online.

Vinoteca Soho on Beak Street, offers a ground floor wine bar with a striking central bar and informal seating as well as a first floor dining room flooded with natural light; a bright an airy space to relax in and enjoy lunch or dinner.

Vinoteca Farringdon boasts an intimate private dining that can accommodate up to 30 people for a seated event. Choose from a selection of menus offered exclusively in the private room from informal sharing platters to feasting menus.

Vinoteca, the second opening in the Vinoteca family, also has an impressive private room, as well an authentic ambience, with a reguarly-chaging menu of largely British cuisine together with a spattering of innovative European dishes.

Soon to join the fold will be a new restaurant in Chiswick.

For those wishing to learn more about the wines on offer Vinoteca has a fantastic selection of Events designed to please and educate any palate from 'Organic & Biodynamic Wine Tasting' to a full tasting of the Winter wine list at the 'Winter Portfolio Tasting'


http://www.vinoteca.co.uk/



Irena Pogarcic

Director

Having worked in the PR industry for fifteen years, Irena has extensive experience across all areas of consumer and lifestyle public relations. She has worked in fashion - representing Preen and Olivia Morris amongst others and with consumer brands such as Bandai toys and Take Two Interactive computer games. Lifestyle clients have included the launch of the Mr & Mrs Smith Hotel Collection book. Since 2001, Irena has found her niche, specialising almost exclusively in food and drink and working with some of London's most popular restaurants and niche food brands.


irena@kitchencommunications.com



Henry Taylor

Director

Henry started his career in the kitchens of The Savoy Group, as an apprentice chef. This included working in the kitchens of Claridges, The Savoy Grill and The Connaught under the legendary Michel Bourdin for three years. After having satisfied his culinary curiosity, Henry temporarily changed direction and joined The Moving Picture Company, London's foremost post production company as a junior producer. Two years later he moved into on-line production, and worked on various commercials and pop promos around the world. Unable to resist his passion for food and drink, Henry turned to restaurant PR and after three years at Jori White PR, set up Kitchen Communications in 2006.


henry@kitchencommunications.com




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