IN&OUTTONIGHT 20 Wednesday, 22 July 2009 London Lite Subjecttotermsandconditionswhichcanbefoundonwww.gatwickairport.com gatwickairport.com STAR RESTAURANTH RobbieWilliamsatSushinho Fusion: Robbie Williams is a fan of Sushinho Pigeon, Lardon and Potato SaLad Serves 2 l4 pigeon breasts l150g new potatoes l75g smoked belly pork (diced) lWatercress (half a bunch) l75ml hazelnut oil l30ml olive oil plus extra for frying l1tbsp sherry vinegar l1tbsp Dijon mustard lSalt and pepper Cook, peel and slice the potatoes. Fry the pork until golden. Mix the hazelnut oil, olive oil, vinegar and mustard to make a dressing. Fry the potatoes then pan-fry the pigeon breasts until pink. Mix and dress everything except the pigeon. Place the sliced breasts on top and serve. Pigeon, Beetroot and LentiLS Serves 2 l4 pigeon breasts l100g puy lentils l250g beetroot, diced lOlive oil lSalt and pepper RINSE the lentils and boil until cooked. Pan-fry the pigeon until pink in the middle. Place the mixed beetroot and lentils on a plate, drizzle in olive oil and add salt and pepper. Slice the pigeon breasts in half, place on the lentils and serve. From Richard Teague, head chef at Villiers Terrace, N8. pigeon1ingredient2ways SuShinho 312-314 Kings road, SW3, sushinho.com BRAINCHILD of ex-banker oliver Girardet, this new Brazilian-Japanese fusion restaurant may sound an odd concept, until you remember there are more Japanese in Brazil than anywhere else outside of Japan. Who Robbie Williams dined last week with two mystery brunettes. Who eLSe Comedian Patrick kielty, Brian Johnson, lead singer of rock band AC/DC (two nights in a row), and Chelsea FCs 18m signing, Yuri Zhirkov. atMoSPhere Exposed brickwork blends seamlessly with bamboo. The open frontage is a dream for watching the people of Chelsea sail by. BLending in Dress to party. What to order Dishes are perfect for sharing. With 30 pieces of sushi and sashimi, the Sushinho sushi platter, 35, is a winner, as are the wasabi prawns, 10. What to drinK The house cocktail of sake, grapefruit and passion fruit, the Sushinho Sakeirinha, 7. BeSt taBLe For a great view plus seclusion, go for the table next to the interior window. neXt BeSt thing LEtranger, 36 Gloucester Road, SW7, 020 7584 1118 A UgUst is set to be a scorcher, we hear. so its a good thing the capitals pubs have stepped up to the mark by beefing up their beer gardens to include everything from treehouses to cabanas and fountains. Most outside spaces have the added bonus of gas heaters, too, so even after the sun goes down you can still enjoy the outdoor vibe without shivering. Heres our pick of the best... Tiki-style treehouses: GrandUnion tHe novelty of climbing into a treehousetoenjoy apintwithfriends addstotheholiday feel at the Brixton branch of this popular chain.thehutsonstiltsareflankedbypalm bushes,canbereservedinadvanceandcome into their own on sunday afternoons, when the barbecue is fired up and the DJ moves outdoors. If you dont manage to bag one of thefourtreehouses,thereareplentyof picnic Pintsand Pimmsin thegreat outdoors bEER GARDENS GET A mAKEOvER tablesandchairsfromwhichyoucantakein acultfilmclassiconathursdaynightthanks to the venues enormous outdoor screen. If nothing on the barbecue takes your fancy, grand Union boasts a hefty burger menu -- theFiredearthBurger(6.75)willbesureto spice up your sunday afternoon. 123 Acre Lane, SW2 (020 7274 8794, gugroup.co.uk) Jug of Pimms: 13.95. Pint of lager: 3.40. Seats: 200. Sunlight: noon till 8pm. Countrygarden:TheAlbion AlreADyboastingabeautifulgardenwhere thick curtains of wisteria hang off a pretty pergola,IslingtonsAlbionhasuppedtheante by incorporating barbecues and outdoor fridges, smart newfurniture, and even a herb garden -- ensuring therestaurant food benefits from the very by alex kasriel index.html2.html3.html4.html5.html6.html7.html8.html9.html10.html11.html12.html13.html14.html15.html16.html17.html18.html19.html20.html21.html22.html23.html24.html25.html26.html27.html28.html29.html30.html31.html32.html33.html34.html35.html36.html37.html38.html39.html40.html41.html42.html43.html