Having crossed the Atlantic, the world-famous pan-Asian American restaurant, P.F. Chang’s has made its way to London.
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.
Three Michelin-starred chef Eneko Atxa (his restaurant Azurmendi in Spain is number 16 in The World’s 50 Best), has arrived in London bringing with him a fresh and informal take on Basque cuisine , and we couldn’t be more excited!
Eneko transforms carefully-sourced ingredients into beautifully presented plates that appeal to all senses.
It was Jamie Oliver who gave Head Chef Gregory Marchand this nickname in the kitchen of his Fifteen restaurant, and the moniker has stuck ever since. So it was a natural thing for him to lend that name to the restaurant he opened in April 2009 in Paris’ second arrondissement. Frenchie has now made its way to London, taking up home in Covent Garden.
The fellas behind Soho’s famous Bocca di Lupo have opened a brand new restaurant, Vico. Nestled in the heart of Seven Dials on Cambridge Circus, Vico is all about accessible and affordable Italian street food, alongside award-winning Gelupo gelato.
Lundenwic is a new lunch spot to hit Coven Garden from Scotchtails’ founders Dominic Hamdy and Oliver Hiam.
Ever dreamed of opening a cosy little restaurant on Drury Lane? Well for Lucy Brown and Jenny Quintero - two friends who left their successful careers as a Model Agent and a Publishing Manager to pursue their love of food – Jar Kitchen has made this dream a reality. It’s the pair’s first venture and they were at the helm right from the conception, even carrying out the majority of building work themselves. Every last little detail and personal touch was of the upmost importance to the pair.
Covent Garden is certainly a mixed bag full of hit and miss when it comes to Restaurants. For every foodie delight, there is one horrendous tourist trap or chain to walk by.
Tredwell’s, thankfully adds to the former. This new project from Marcus Wareing offers a chilled and casual setting to enjoy excellent Modern London cooking.
Nestled in the heart of theatre-land, Pacata is the first European restaurant from beer giants, Singha. The interior boasts a fusion of styles with vintage knickknacks, hand-blown glass lighting instillations and historically tiled bathrooms creating an eclectic and cosy vibe.
London's Chelsea institution, Big Easy Bar.B.Q & Crabshack has spread its hooves & claws into Covent Garden. It’s all copper conduits, brickwork, steel and concrete girders in this former electrical power station from the 1800’s, but the exposed timber beams and lots of Big Easy appeal (neon lobsters, Americana and nautical touches) make this three floor space charming and awe-inspiring.
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