IN&OUTTONIGHT 14 Wednesday, 12 August 2009 London Lite STAR RESTAURANTH Planet Hollywood 57 Haymarket, Sw1, 020 7287 1000, planethollywoodlondon.com Reopened this summer in its brand-new 5m Haymarket venue, the planet is back, its walls covered with movie memorabilia. wHo dance music maestro Calvin Harris, right, was in for lunch last week. wHo elSe Britpack actors Jason Statham and danny dyer and the diversity boys are all big planet Hollywood fans. aMBIenCe open- plan warehouse meets sleek film set. Giant screens show a mix of movie clips and footage of diners themselves. BlendInG In Bring a child or a tweenage entourage. danny dyer threw a birthday party here for his seven-year-old daughter. wHat to oRdeR The classic pH burgernfries, 9.95, takes some beating. wHat to dRInK Cocktails such as the Indecent proposal and the Terminator are popular, as is the oreo cookie shake. BeSt taBle Superman fans should ask for the first booth on the right. Its next to a display case containing a piece of kryptonite owned by Kevin Spacey. neXt BeSt tHInG Hard Rock Cafe, 150 Old Park Lane, W1, 020 7514 1700, hardrock.com CalvinHarrisinPlanetHollywood Dinner and dance: Calvin Harris was at Planet Hollywood last week AsliceThelatestwaveoffarm shopsofferscityslickers atasteofthecountry by tamara abraham duCK & RaSPBeRRy Salad Serves 4 l 4 duck breasts l 6oz rocket leaves l 6oz raspberries l cucumber, cut into slices l 1 fennel bulb, thinly sliced l 4oz parmesan shavings l Olive oil l Balsamic vinegar l Salt and pepper pan-fry duck for 8-10 mins, then slice. divide rocket between plates; place duck, 4oz of the raspberries, cucumber and fennel on top. Scatter with parmesan. Mix oil, vinegar, remaining raspberries, salt and pepper; pour over salad. GoatS CHeeSe and RaSPBeRRy Puff PaStRy SlICe Serves 4 l 14oz puff pastry l 2 punnets of raspberries l 10oz of goats cheese log, sliced l 1 egg and a splash of milk l Syrup: 1 chopped red chilli, sugar, lemon juice, olive oil, salt and pepper Heat oven to 180C. Roll pastry, prick with fork, place on baking sheet and brush with beaten milk and egg. Sprinkle with goats cheese and berries and place in fridge. Gently heat syrup ingredients in pan then brush mixture over the slice. Bake for 20-30 minutes. Recipes by Ed Baines, seasonalberries.co.uk B UYING direct from the farmer was once something only country dwellers could enjoy but in recent years farm shops have sprung up all over the city. And Londoners have been flocking in their droves. Fuelled by the Hugh Fearnley- Whittingstall effect, shoppers are increasingly keen to buy seasonally grown food from independent producers, some- thing thats hard to track down in the supermarket mega-chains. Fancy a taste of country life? We donned our Hunters to trawl the urban jungle in search of the best farm-fresh produce. Chegworth FarmShop THe vast cabbages and bright bunches of carrots at the Chegworth Farm Shop make supermarket fare look substandard. Produce comes from the family-run Kent farm, which is famous for its rare varieties of apples. They even make their own fruit juices in flavours like pear and raspberry or apple and strawberry. We defy you to walk out without a punnet of cherries, or a bag of the super-sweet egremont Russet apples. Chegworth Farm Shop, 221 Kensington Church Street, W8; 020 7229 3016; chegworth.com SpitalfieldsCityFarm GRoWN by green-fingered local volun- teers, theres a great selection of afford- able fruit and veg at the Spitalfields City Farm shop. There are also fresh eggs, and even plants and gardening supplies should you feel inspired to grow your own. A registered charity, the farm raises rare-breed animals and runs a string of activities including cookery lessons and fruit picking, plus a young farmers club for children. Spitalfields City Farm, Buxton Street, E1; 020 7247 8762; spitalfieldscityfarm.org Sheepdrove OrganicFarm A SMART butcher in c h i c M a i d a Va l e, Sheepdrove specialises in top-quality meat reared on the family-run o r g a n i c f a r m i n Lambourn, Berkshire. The shop is decorated with pictures of live- stock on the walls, and plays a film about the farm on a s c r e e n i n t h e background. The delicatessen-style store also stocks the farms own honey and organic wholemeal flour -- but the meat is the main event. We love t he new r a n g e o f sausages which come 1ingredient2ways raspberries Sons of the soil: Dom and Craig from the Farm Collective 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.html