British Food Fortnight, Saturday 17th September – Sunday 2nd October

With British Food Fortnight (Saturday 17th September – Sunday 2nd October) already in full swing, it’s time to take a bow and celebrate with us, as we bring forgotten British favourites back into favour and onto our plates at our nine London restaurants and pubs, from today and for a limited time only.

The Botanist Sloane Square
~ White Park Beef hotpot, bone marrow and roasted roots

Th​​​​e Botanist Broadgate Circle​​​
​~ Dexter beef cobbler, greens
The Jugged Hare​, Barbican
~ Jugged hare​, creamed mashed potatoes, cabbage and bacon
Chiswell Street Dining Rooms, Barbican
~ Pork faggots, pease pudding, caramelised onion gravy
One Canada Square, Canary Wharf
​~ Verjuice jellied eel, pickled quail egg, parsley vinaigrette
​~ Hebridean lamb cawl, dulse broth, Gentleman’s relish shortbread
Ealing Park Tavern, South Ealing
~ Steak and kidney pudding, Jersey rock oyster, stout gravy and parsley mash
​~ Eccles cakes with Lancashire cheese
The White Swan, Farringdon/Holborn
​~ Wild Suffolk venison frumenty (one of England’s oldest dishes dating back to medieval times)
The Well, Clerkenwell
~ Mock turtle stew, cabbage and mash

At The Hat and Tun in Hatton Garden, enjoy a revival of a traditional pie and mash shop, with pie, mash and lashings of liquor, plus a refreshing pint for just £8.

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Sipsmith Summer Cup on us

Whether it’s hot and humid or wet and windy this Bank Holiday weekend, we’ve got just the treat to help bring a taste of summer to your staycation.

​​​​Join us for lunch or dinner at The Botanist Sloane Square, The Jugged Hare, The Well and Ealing Park Tavern, from Saturday 27th – Monday 29th August and we’ll treat you to a refreshing Sipsmith Summer Cup. ​With notes of Earl Grey, lemon verbena and cucumber, this gin tipple, served with lashings of lemonade, is the perfect British summertime pick me up.

Simply quote “Sipsmith Summer Cup” when booking.​​

​​​​Terms: available from Saturday 27th – Monday 29th August when dining with a minimum one main course

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Slider Decider 2016

Saturday 10th September

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From midday on Saturday 10th September, some of the UK’s most talented and creative chefs will gather at foodie-hub Broadgate Circle to showcase their slider skills and discover who deserves the ultimate title of Slider Decider Champion 2016.

Celebrate all things “Slider” as the chefs rotate on a number of slider stations around the circle selling their unique creations hot off the grills, throughout the day. Guests attending will be able to purchase books of five slider tokens for £15 (all sliders priced at just £3 each), then once the winner has been crowned, continue the festival spirit and grab a drink from one of the outside bars whilst live music plays into the night.

From the huge number of entrants that fought to make the shortlist, 16 have been selected including last year’s returning champ Adam Rawson, formerly Pachamama, who is hoping to hold onto his crown with his “Global Traveller” – aged Basque beef patty, truffle aioli, wild rocket, balsamic onions, pancetta and gorgonzola. Other innovative and downright delicious creations will be available to try from Ben Waugh (Maze Grill), Jacques Fourie (Ember Yard), José Pizzaro, 2014’s Slider Decider winner Tim Anderson and The Botanist Broadgate Circle’s Jay Pullum.

Hosted by journalist and food writer Joe Warwick, all finalists will fight it out in front of food fans from across the capital and a stellar line-up of judges: Alexi Duggins, Editor at Large of Time Out; Jamie Klingler, Founder of National Burger Day and Publishing Manager of Shortlist’s Mr Hyde; Metro restaurant critic Andy Lynes and Mike Gibson, Associate Editor of Foodism.
Not only this, all guests attending will become judges themselves. Everyone will receive three ‘Champion Slider’ stickers to assign to their favourite sliders throughout the event. The chef with the most by 4pm will be crowned the ‘People’s Choice Winner’. The Botanist Broadgate Circle’s new outside bar and Long Arm Brewing Co. will be offering a selection of chilled drinks throughout the event.

Take your Saturday afternoon, sandwich it between two brioche buns, and take a big bite – it doesn’t get tastier than this.

#SliderDecider / @BotanistEC2
The Botanist Broadgate Circle, London, EC2M 2QS
T: 020 3058 9888

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It’s been a turbulent couple of weeks, first we were knocked off kilter by Brexit, then Boris’ ambitions took a dressing down from Gove and, all the while, we’ve been left wondering where on earth our British summer has gone.

​There’s a lot to be gloomy about but one thing’s for sure, you can count on us to lift your spirits with a warm welcome and, for the rest of this week only, FREE BEER!

​​Dine at any ETM Group venue from today, Tuesday 5th July – Sunday 10th July and enjoy a complimentary pint or bottle of Long Arm Brewing Co. beer on presentation of this email or quote “free beer” when booking.

​​Terms: offer applies to dinner bookings only when ordering a minimum of one main course. One free pint or bottle per person. Not valid in conjunction with any other offer.

ETM Group and COREcruitment at Imbibe Live

On Monday 4th and Tuesday 5th July, ETM Group will be joining forces with COREcruitment to exhibit at Imbibe Live, where more than 10,000 of the UK’s leading drinks professionals join together for an incredible two days dedicated to all things liquid.

We will be on the hunt for hot new talent to join ETM Group in both front and back of house roles. Are you looking to take your next step in your career and looking for a new opportunity with plenty of training and development? If so, then this is the perfect opportunity to meet with a member of our Head Office team who will be on hand to answer questions and discuss the career options available.

Registration to the exhibition is free. Simply follow the below link and complete the registration form:

OLYMPIA, Hammersmith Rd, London W14 8UX

Stand number:

Opening times:
Monday 4th July – 10.00-17.00
Tuesday 5th July – 10.00 – 17.00

A Royal Toast

​Celebrate the Queen’s 90th birthday with us by raising a toast with her favourite tipple, a Dubonnet gin cocktail. Plus, enjoy our take on her favourite childhood treat, Jam Pennies, which we’re serving deep fried with vanilla ice cream, coulis and fresh strawberries. A royally good combination which is strictly for your pleasure for just £15!

Available from Wednesday 8th – Sunday 12th at The Well, The White Swan, The Gun, The Jugged Hare, One Canada Square, Chiswell Street Dining Rooms, Ealing Park Tavern, The Six Bells, The Botanist Sloane Square and The Botanist Broadgate Circle.

‘Get Battered’ for National Fish and Chip Day

​Quite frankly, one day just isn’t enough to pay homage to the nation’s favourite dish of fish and chips. ​​Which is why, from today until Friday 3rd June, we’re inviting you to drop anchor with us and enjoy our beer battered cod, hand cut chips, mushy peas, tartare sauce for just £7.50!

Available in the pub at The White Swan, The Well, The Six BellsThe Gun and Ealing Park Tavern for lunch and dinner.


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British Beef Week- Whole-y White Park Cow


White Park cattle originate from the wild forest cattle that once roamed the forests of Europe and they have been in Britain for well over 2,000 years. When the Normans arrived in the 11th Century, they created enclosed parks for the native wild white

cattle, which they hunted for their prized meat. The oldest herd in Britain today has been em-parked in Northumberland since the 13th century.

White Park Heiffers under Hornbeam



It was a loin of White Park beef that King James I knighted “Sir Loin”. During the Second World War, White Park cattle were so rare that Winston Churchill, under the threat of German invasion in 1940, sent three cows and a bull to the USA to ensure the survival of the breed. In 1973 the White park breed was were so rare, with only 58 animals remaining in Britain, that it became the emblem of the newly formed Rare Breeds Survival Trust.



White Park are still a rare breed, with less than 700 White Park cows registered. Our supplier, Mark Leatham has dedicated the last eight years to rearing the breed at Lyons Hill Farm near Dorchester. He is committed to increasing the numbers of this beautiful breed through selective breeding and developing a market for its excellent meat, with the aim of one day removing the breed from its current classification as a “Rare Breed”.

Uncompromising in his efforts to achieve the best flavour in beef, the cattle are grazed on pastures of mixed grasses and they are given plenty of time, well over three years, for their full flavour to mature naturally. Through this approach he has slowly built up his herd and carved a market in the industry, with White Park beef now appearing on the menus of some of the most noted restaurants in London.


In the words of Mark, “once you’ve eaten it, you won’t be shy of coming back for a second helping”!


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Help us spread the word! Refer a friend and win a £200 ETM voucher!


Know someone who’s passionate about hospitality and loves dining and drinking at our venues? Then we’re sure they’ll love working with us even more! We’re recruiting for a great range of exciting opportunities, and we’d love your pals to get involved.

View our current vacancies here:

Ealing Park Tavern | The Botanist, Sloane Square | The Jugged Hare | Chiswell Street Dining Rooms | The Well | The Hat and Tun | The Botanist, Broadgate Circle | One Canada Square | The GunThe White Swan | The Six Bells


What’s in it for you?

Refer a friend to us, and if they’re hired, we’ll treat you to £200 voucher towards food and drink at any of our fabulous venues!

Or help us spread the word – simply share our posts and we’ll enter you into our monthly prize draw for a slap up Bottomless Brunch for you and three friends!


Terms and conditions:

  • To nominate your friend email
  • Your friend must complete a successful 3 month probation period, once passed, you will be issued the voucher.
  • You won’t be eligible if your friend has already worked for ETM Group or if they are already in the recruitment process with us.
  • £200 voucher has no cash value, is redeemable on food and drinks from any ETM venue, cannot be exchanged and change cannot be given.
  • Bottomless Brunch prize includes a 3 course brunch from a set menu for 4 guests. You’ll receive bottomless Bloody/Virgin Mary’s, Prosecco, Mimosas or ETM wine for 2 hours from your booking time. Any additional pre and post drinks will be added to your final bill.
  • Pals for Prizes offer expires on 30th June 2016
  • Bottomless Brunch prize draw will take place monthly
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ETM Group clean up in the DesignMyNight Awards 2015/16

We were over the moon when not just one but five of our venues scooped up awards at the DesignMyNight 2015/16 Awards. Nearly 20,000 votes were cast by DesignMyNight users, voting for their favourite pubs, clubs bars, restaurants and events.

Taking home awards were:

The Gun
– Best Pub in Canary Wharf
– Best Outdoor Space in Canary Wharf

The Jugged Hare
– Best Pub in The City

The Botanist
– Best Casual Dining in Chelsea

One Canada Square
– Best All-In-One Venue in Canary Wharf

The Botanist Broadgate Circle
– Best New Venue in The City

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