There are few things that can make us want to travel south of the river for, but the delicious tandoor grills at Cinnamon Kitchen will do the job. The newest branch in the group has opened in the amazing Battersea Power Station as the first chapter in the exciting regeneration of the Grade-II listed building.
There’s a new French crêpe and galette restaurant in town which can only be described as the furthest thing from a local crêperie. L’Ami Malo on a small cobbled lane in Shoreditch is chic and designed with slick copper and wood furnishings, an array of indoor plants and a sexy cocktail bar boasting a potent menu to boot.
One of our all time favourite London restaurants, The Manor in Clapham has evolved and we're stoked! Chef Robin Gill has diversified the area even further with Sorella; a true neighbourhood Italian-inspired restaurant in Robin's infamous contemporary and delectable style. The crockery and stoneware's pretty sexy too.
Simon Rogan is back in London with his cult pop-up Roganic, and this time it's for reals! The permanent site takes up home on Blandford Street and brings all our favourite elements of ’Enclume, Simon’s two Michelin star restaurant in the Lake District, to London for good.
So maybe Fay, Grace and Marina didn’t love the adulterated name, but with all the bastardry aside Flavour Bastard’s bottomless brunch takes boozy weekends to a whole new level.
The Oystermen "Seafood Bar & Kitchen" showcases the finest and freshest oysters and seafood from all four corners of the British Isles, and is the first permanent site from the Oystermen.
Take the chef behind Chick n’ Sours and Bleecker Burger, pair him with the business brain behind Patty & Bun, Nopi and Tom Kerridge’s Hand and Flowers, and you’ve got a dream team in a hole-in-the-wall drinking den on Brick Lane. Hopscotch, far more stylish and sophisticated than the fast food delights of Chick n’ Sours or Bleeker Burger, is the epitome of hipster style with subtle nods to almost every interiors Pintrest board going.
It’s official, summer has returned to the rooftops of Oxford Street with the opening of Sisu; London’s latest cocktail hotspot! The team behind last year’s alfresco favourite #NotchLDN are once again serving up the best rooftop vibes in town, as the space has transformed into a utilitarian nature reserve where you can escape the bustle of the city in Scandinavian-inspired surrounds with a greenhouse, street food restaurant and cocktails on tap.
Trendy urbanites took to the streets of Soho and Fitzrovia awaiting a bar stool at BAO, now from the same team comes XU to immerse you into the world of Taiwanese cuisine and the island's unique cultural diversity. Named after one of the founder’s late grandfather, XU pays homage to the rich history and cultural past of Taiwan, with influences from across mainland China.
If there is one thing we love it’s Asian noodles, and so our visit to Tang certainly caused a frenzy. The noodle bar is practically hidden away on a busy street in Fitzrovia. So much so, we saw two un-expectant foodies walk straight past it at least twice before finding the little wooden doorway.
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