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Writer and Cook

Philip Dundas

The Company Shed

You don’t often find the seaside like it used to be. And I’m not talking knotted hankies, Larkin or Margate. More like the world of Benjamin Britten's Peter Grimes. Estuarine mud flats where fishing is the lifeline and where livelihoods are governed by tides and currents. Here the uric smell of seaweed and mud lime mingle in the nose and on these spring ... more

Lunch and dinner in the West End
Weekday lunches and private dining  
Working with our local community
Affordable space to meet and eat in Shoreditch
Philip's Diary
The Big Gay Supper Club with the Albert Kennedy Trust

We are so proud to announce that as part of our community program, The Kitchen Table Project, we will be partnering with the more

Cooking Without Recipes
'Read, inwardly digest, then throw the book away. This is the first day of the rest of your life in the kitchen'. Simon Callow more

We get caught in a 'sunday' roast mentality - saving the sounds and sensations for the seventh day. But roasting up in the middle of a dreary week can really bring cheer to the kitchen and makes wonderful leftovers.

48 Hours in Rome

There used to be a time when I came back to London worrying about how long it would be before I saw a great market, or tasted simply cooked wonderful ingredients again. 48 hours in Rome is hardly long enough to be an expert, but it certainly reminds me that what we have in the UK can be every bit as good. Now that is a new civilization.

Pip's Dishes

Watch the short film by Freddie McConnell which shows Pip's tips on roasted veg.