Fancy a 'triple cheesemas' burger? Or a duck and hoi sin pizza? Get all that and more on these festive fast food menus
The fast food giant is celebrating the anniversary of its first UK branch, which was in Woolwich
As secret menus grow in popularity, 'food hackers' are sharing their favourite off-menu creations on social media
Google trends shows that interest in a Canadian dish of chips, cheese and gravy is growing around the world
Plastic cutlery and razor wire are 'industrial chic', say food critics as Pizza Express meets Pentonville
Innovative restaurant slips in annual list after years as Britain's best
Ed Wilson and Oli Barker pair gutsy food with good, affordable wine for Francophile heaven
Corbin and King have pulled off a brilliant coup with classic brasserie fare at a famous Chelsea site
Tapping into the trend for poshed-up junk food, this restaurant bar is a guilty pleasure
Jaw dropping views make it a delightful experience, but the wine prices might give you vertigo
A street vendor in Kabul sells balloons to a group of Afghan children. Although the economy in Afghanistan has shown some signs of improvement since the fall of the Taliban in 2001, low wages and unemployment remain challenges for the government.
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