IN&OUTTONIGHT 16 Wednesday, 4 November 2009 London Lite STAR RESTAURANT KellyBrookatLocale Bangers, Enjoygreatbarmeals whilewatchingLondons bestfireworkdisplays BLUEBERRY AND RASPBERRY MERINGUE PUDDINGS Serves 4 4 slices Warburtons Soft White Farmhouse, made into breadcrumbs 300ml milk 50g caster sugar tsp vanilla extract 2 large eggs, separated 150g blueberries 150g raspberries SHARE breadcrumbs between 4 baking dishes. Warm milk, stir in sugar, vanilla and egg yolks. Pour into dishes, leave for 5min. Warm blueberries with 1 tbsp water and sugar until juice begins to run. Take off heat, stir in raspberries. Put dishes in oven, bake 15-20 mins. Cool, share fruit between them. Whisk egg whites, add remaining sugar and whisk until stiff. Pile on to desserts and return to oven for 5-6 mins. BREAKFAST SPECIAL Serves 2 4 slices Warburtons Wholemeal Medium, crusts removed 2 tbsp apricot jam 1 egg, beaten 4 tbsp milk 25g butter 1 tbsp vegetable oil 1 large banana, sliced 100g raspberries Runny low-sugar honey SPREAD jam on bread, cut into triangles. Beat egg and milk. Heat butter and oil in pan. Dip triangles in egg mix, cook in pan. Add banana to pan, cook 1 min. Spoon on to triangles with raspberries. Drizzle with honey. 1ingredient2ways LOCALE 222 Munster Road, SW6 (020 7381 6137) LOCALE is a mini chain of Italian neighbourhood- style restaurants set in villagey locations from Balham to East Dulwich. The menu is overseen by executive chef Gianpaolo Barone, who ensures all dishes stay true to their tried-and-tested family recipes. WHO Kelly Brook is a big fan of Locale in Fulham. WHO ELSE Kelly Jones of Stereophonics, Sir Trevor McDonald, Daniel Radcliffe and Robert Vaughan. AMBIENCE Your typical trattoria, with a New York edge. Exposed brickwork, antique mirrors and leather banquettes are given a warm glow by low-level lamplight and floor-to-ceiling glass frontage. WHAT TO ORDER Start with antipasto Locale (10.95) for two people -- a large platter of bruschetta, aubergine caponata, grilled artichokes, buffalo mozzarella and freshly baked focaccia and then order seafood linguine (12.50) with chilli clams, mussels, calamari, baby octopus and king prawns. WHAT TO DRINK Star mixologist Andy Pearson has created a new autumn cocktail menu inspired by Italian flavours from grappa to limoncello. BEST TABLE Go for the table for two by the window. NEXT BEST THING Caf Caldesi, 118 Marylebone Lane, W1 (020 7935 1144, caldesi.com) Cool Italian: Kelly Brook, left, is a fan of Locale in Fulham L ONDONS skies will be a blaze of colour this week as firework displays take place in parks and gardens across the capital. This year, Guy Fawkes Night is set to go off with a bang, with more pubs and bars than ever before laying on Bonfire Night specials, so the fun doesnt stop when the last firework fizzles out. Heres our guide to where to warm up before and after the show... AlexandraPalace Saturday, fireworks at 7.30pm, adults, 4, under-16, 2 BONFIRE NIGHT at Ally Pally is legen- dary. This year theres a funfair, stalls, live music and a German beer festival a l o n g s i d e t h e pyrotechnics. One of the key pubs for revellers is Victoria Stakes, where this year theyre doing a three- course Guy Fawkes menu for 30. Treats on offer include slow-roasted hogget with spiced aubergine stew, rabbit and cinna- mon terrine, lentil and mu t t o n s o u p w i t h cracked wheat, and sticky toffee pudding. Victoria Stakes, 1 Muswell Hill, N10 (020 8815 1793) BatterseaPark Saturday, bonfire 7.30pm, fireworks display 8pm, adults, 6, under-10, 1 HARD by the park gates, you couldnt find a handier spot for some of the best fireworks south of the river than the Prince Albert. This year, theyre appealing to our inner child by serving toffee apples (3) and to our outer adult with mulled wine (4) and cider (3.50). To soak it all up, barbecue grub, hot soups and fat sausage baps (5), will be served in the beer garden. Should the weather gods let us down, the Prince Albert promises to be nice and cosy inside, with real ales like Sharps Doombar, Adnams Old Ale, Hogs Back TEA and Sambrooks Wandle (brewed in Battersea, dont you know!). The Prince Albert, 85 Albert Bridge Road, SW11 (020 7223 5378) CrystalPalace Tomorrow, gates open at 5pm, kids fireworks at 7pm, main display 8pm. Over-14s, 5, children aged 5-13, 3, under-5s, free EVER since the first event in 1865, thou- sands of sparkler- w a v i n g , t o f f e e apple-munching visi- tors have streamed into Crystal Palace Park for its Bonfire Night fireworks. Crystal Palaces smartest bar, the Exhibition Rooms, is en route to the park and will be feeding the crowds from a barbie out front. Stop by for a burger or hot dog washed down with a cool beer or two. Those who dont like loud bangs or large crowds can always take shelter indoors over a deli- ciously spiced apple and blackberry pie martini, pomegranate bramble cocktail or Napoleons nectar with gingerbread BY HILARY ARMSTRONG live music and a German beer festival a l o n g s i d e t h e course Guy Fawkes Treats on offer include slow-roasted hogget with spiced aubergine stew, rabbit and cinna- mon terrine, lentil and mu t t o n s o u p w i t h cracked wheat, and CrystalPalace Tomorrow, gates CrystalPalace Tomorrow, gates CrystalPalace open at 5pm, kids fireworks at 7pm, main display 8pm. Over-14s, 5, children aged 5-13, 3, under-5s, free EVER event in 1865, thou- sands of sparkler- w a v i n g , t o f f e e apple-munching visi- tors have streamed into Crystal Palace Park for its Bonfire Exhibition Rooms, is en route IN ASSOCIATION WITH bread!