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.
We're not ones to say no to a tipple of neat vodka, and when we heard about Samarkand's 40 infused vodkas and contemporary twist on Uzbekistan food we couldn't resist.
Taking inspiration from this Silk Road City’s eclectic mix of food, culture and stunning architectural beauty, Samarkand makes Uzbek dishes delicate, vibrant and flavorsome.
From the peeps behind Trishna & Gymkhana, Hoppers is inspired by family home cooking and roadside boutiques of Tamil Nadu & Sri Lanka, with a range of dishes based on fermented batter crepes, otherwise known as hopper and dosa, at the heart of the menu.
Australian chef/owner Bonny Porter and her team have brought something completely new to the London casual dining scene. Balls & Company are the pomp out of your pompom, taking the humble meat ball to culinary excellence with a commitment to freshness, provenance and a touch of class.
Lobster Kitchen serves up the sea’s sexiest shellfish inspired by the lobster huts that line the coast of Maine bringing New England to Central London.
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