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Tweet Follow me Croydon AdvertiserWhen asked what the inspiration of the restaurants decoration and interior was, Krept, who grew up in Gipsy Hill, told the Advertiser: “London. The theme is London and you even see London telephone boxes, post-boxes and we’ve even got a bus stop were … and more …read more Source::...

Tweet Follow me Eater LondonAnother restaurant chain is nibbling at the dust. Cote Brasserie has confirmed it is considering options for Jackson & Rye and Limeyard sites, two brands that the French brasserie chain acquired in 2016. Limeyard is described as an “All Day California … and more …read more Source:: London...

Tweet Follow me MetroSri Lankans in London, we’re a pretty diverse bunch. We have a collective heritage tracing back to nomadic tribes, south Indian, Dutch, Portuguese, Persian, British, Arab and African and we’ve been living together on a tropical paradise island ever … and more …read more Source:: London Restaurant...

Tweet Follow me Eater LondonNigella Lawson grabbed a bite at Delamina in Marylebone last Thursday. The restaurant offers Middle Eastern cuisine, and the celebrated author and TV chef raved about the beef and venison kofta with hummus, grilled onions, harissa oil and pomegranate … …read more Source:: London Restaurant News...

Tweet Follow me BloombergWhile not all restaurateurs would agree with Puck’s rosy assessment of London, he’s made a great business by knowing what to do. Puck, 68, says sales total about $600 million a year for a business that encompasses almost 30 fine-dining establishments … …read more Source:: London Restaurant...

Tweet Follow me Evening StandardMany an Italian restaurant will claim to cook their pasta just like mamma used to make it — but does it ever taste exactly like home? A new restaurant in Chelsea is getting you as close to nonna’s kitchen table as possible, by ‘importing’ Italian … …read more Source:: London...

Tweet Follow me Wallpaper*Devotees of Ollie Dabbous were ‘surprised’ when the renowned restaurateur closed his eponymous Michelin-starred restaurant Dabbous last summer. Much to their relief (and ours), Dabbous has joined forces with Hedonism Wines to open a new restaurant, … …read more Source:: London Restaurant...

Tweet Follow me Evening StandardWhen it opened in 2015, the place wasn’t right but on a recent visit, it was practically a new restaurant. Everything has been fine-tuned, upgraded, made better: director of operations Nathan Evans has evidently cracked the whip. The dining room is art … …read more Source:: London Restaurant...

Tweet Follow me News ShopperThere’s a great place to eat down the road that you want to try but your mates are tied up with work or too busy to come with you. So what to do? You could stay indoors and make do with looking at other people’s Instagram posts or you could go along on … …read more Source:: London Restaurant...

Tweet Follow me Eater LondonCovent Garden’s famous-for-foraging restaurant Native has today announced its imminent closure, via Twitter. In a lunchtime post, the restaurant explained: “Today it has been confirmed that we have to leave our Neals Yard site in the very near future … …read more Source:: London Restaurant...

Tweet Follow me Eater LondonIf humans must insist on killing animals to eat, it seems only sensible they also respect all of the beast’s edible components. While nose-to-tail dining isn’t a trend, the age-old cooking discipline has seen exponential growth in popularity in recent … …read more Source:: London Restaurant...

Tweet Follow me Ynyshir review: a restaurant refined to perfectionThe Week UKOur table for two is a huge slab of wood that could comfortably seat four (or uncomfortably six, as it would in many London restaurants). Unvarnished and uncovered, it is the perfect foil for the coarse linen napkins, the white clay pots and all the … …read more Source:: London Restaurant News By Google News ...

Tweet Follow me Evening StandardWasabi was full, with itinerant young professionals shovelling in healthy fast food alone at the harshly lit counter. Apart from the chains, new restaurants here are either immediately hot — meaning you can’t get a table — or are short-lived novelty … …read more Source:: London Restaurant...

Tweet Follow me Just Opened London (blog)We love London’s hottest new restaurants and bars and we know you do too – so why not let them know? This year, we’re sponsoring two awards at The London Lifestyle Awards: the Just Opened London Lifestyle Award New Restaurant of the Year and Just … …read more Source::...

Tweet Follow me The Drinks BusinessDishes, realised by chef, David McIntyre, may include starter of big eye tuna tartare with perky wasabi aioli and Togarshi crisps, followed by prime, rested USDA Creekstone 14oz rib eye, South Devon Angus 6oz fillet, or, from arguably the widest … …read more Source:: London Restaurant News...

Tweet Follow me Manchester Evening NewsThey call it the best Italian restaurant in town and, to be honest, it’s hard not to agree with them. Randall, of course, has an impeccable pedigree and a career that has already taken him from California to the River Cafe in London, where he was … …read more Source:: London Restaurant...

Tweet Follow me Courier MailAng’s impressive resume includes stints at NOBU Mykonos, acclaimed London restaurants Zuma and Roka, Switzerland’s Badrutt’s Palace Hotel, and Raffles, Singapore, and Walsh says he couldn’t be more confident in his choice. “I’ve never hired an employee … …read more...

Tweet Follow me decanter.comIt’s always been a bit of a mystery – why doesn’t London have more three Michelin starred restaurants? Hide Above restaurant, with the dazzling Ollie Dabbous at the helm, may rectify that. No expense has been spared to make this one of the most … …read more Source:: London Restaurant...

Tweet Follow me ObserverPrincess Eugenie has said that this restaurant/bar/art gallery is one of her favorite haunts in London, which she finds particularly attractive due to its Instagram-worthy setting. The princess isn’t wrong—the pink dining room, in particular, brings … and more …read more Source:: London Restaurant...

Tweet Follow me Evening StandardOur guide to the London restaurants with big reputations. This time we visit The Delaunay, a grand and glamorous Aldwych favourite. The backstory The Delaunay opened in 2011, the follow-up act to iconic sister site The Wolseley on Piccadilly which had … …read more Source:: London Restaurant...