You’ve probably heard about BAO, made famous by their regular Hackney post at Netil Market serving deliciously light, hand-made Taiwanese steamed-milk buns with flavour-packed fillings.
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.
Inspired by a road trip to Mexico City (a.k.a Distrito Federal), and the USA, DF Mexico started as an experiment in 2014 at The Old Truman Brewery.
Latium opened in 2003 and since then has built a reputation as one of London’s finest independent Italian restaurants focusing on modern Italian cuisine. The spotlight at Latium is on the culinary habits of Lazio, the area in Northern Italy where head chef Maurizio Morelli was born.
Situated on Charlotte Street, one of the fasted grown culinary streets of London, Family owned Pescatori focuses on fresh, sustainable seafood and authentic Italian dishes. The charming wooden terrace with fresh flowers and olive trees leads through to a warm cosy brick dining room, flanked by leather booth seating and white clothed tables, exposed beam ceilings and an open kitchen.
Jason Atherton, a London based Michelin- Starred chef ofPollen St Social & Social Eating House fame has opened his latest restaurant, Berners Tavern, a gathering place for all day dining and entertaining in The London EDITION Hotel. Heading up the kitchen is Phil Carmichael, who has cooked with Jason for over ten years.
The short, seasonal daily changing menu at 10 Greek Street makes this tiny restaurant one of the best gems in Soho.
The dishes are mainly modern European/Bistro with interesting combinations while the drink list includes an extensive wine selection, digestives, beer and cocktails.
The guys behind Ping Pong have brought the energy of underground Tokyo to life on the Streets of Soho.
Chotto Matte offers the very best of Japanese and Peruvian cultures with high-quality Nikkei cuisine, creative cocktails, bespoke art, live music & DJ sets and great design - all wrapped in a high energy, central Soho location.
Coal Vaults opens in an historic building originally used for storing coal in the early 19th Century. The copper, timber, steel, and old London stock brickwork interior offers five separate vaults for private dining as well as the intimate bar and 100 capacity dining room.
Coal Vaults offer a small-plate menu featuring ingredient-led cuisine, focusing on quality and using seasonal produce.
Located on central London’s busy Charlotte Street is Nizuni; a brilliantly authentic, contemporary Japanese restaurant.
Upstairs, take in Nizuni’s delicate and relaxed atmosphere whilst experiencing some of their distinct signature dishes, which include Hamachi Usuzukuri (sliced yellowtail with avocado mousse, grated mooli with truffle oil), Gindara (grilled soy marinated black cod) and Tuna Tartar.
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