It closed after a fire earlier this year, but one of London's most popular restaurants is on the way back as Gymkhana has revealed plans to reopen. They've taken time to renovate the restaurant while it's been closed, although the main ground floor keeps much of the same design as before (no bad thing).
It's the basement which has had much more of a renovation.
Kensington based restaurant chain heads north of the river to bring their take on classic Indian dishes to Holloway Road.
This year has been a big year for Dishoom's iconic bacon naan. First, they decided to supersize it, introducing the Bacon Double Naan in April. Now they've gone one further - teaming up with the chaps at Pizza PIlgrims for a special edition pizza - and it's all in aid of charity.
The Dishoom Bacon and Egg Naan Pizza sounds like
Copper Chimney have several popular restaurants in India and this will be their first in the UK - opening at Westfield London in White City. Expect all of the dishes that have been popular in India, all cooked with the same techniques from the very first Copper Chimney in 1972.
If you've ever fancied a late-night snack in Soho, then DUM Biryani may well be the place to go. They're launching The Blind Tiger (a nickname given to speakeasies in the 20s) that'll be dishing out food until midnight.
That food will be small plates and snacks (based on Andhra Pradesh and Telangana cuisine) including Pumpkin Papdi Chaat, a selection of crisp flatbreads with masala pumpkin, yoghurt and chutney and,
As it reaches its 10th anniversary, Dishoom is going back to the beginning, with a big change to its original Covent Garden restaurant. The smallest of the group, it's about to get a lot bigger as they've taken over the space left behind by the now-closed Jamie's Italian next door.
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You know that thing, when you can see a storm on the horizon, thundering closer and closer? Well that's probably how the restaurant group Tamarind must be feeling right now.
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Biryanis and more in Mayfair
One of London's top Indian restaurants, Gymkhana in Mayfair, was the centre of attention yesterday for all the wrong reasons when a huge fire broke out mid afternoon. It took firefighters more than two hours to get the blaze under control, which appears to have been caused by a ventilation fire in the restaurant's kitchen.
Gymkhana Indian Resturant on fire in
Fine dining Indian restaurant Ooty opened on Baker Street back in February and now its sister site Ooty Station is opening up right next door. Compared to the more formal main restaurant, Ooty Station is a casual cafe and bar serving Indian-inspired bar snacks, mains, and cocktails.
Ooty’s Head Chef Manmeet Singh-Bali (who won a Michelin star at Vineet Bhatia) is also behind Station’s menu
Following up from the opening of Kanishka in Mayfair, Atul Kochhar has taken over a huge space in Westminster for his next restaurant, Mathura.
After winning an episode of the BBC's Million Pound Menu, street food legends Baba Gs are finally settling down with their own restaurant in Camden. They'll have their famed burgers and some brand new dishes too.
Be still our beating hearts. One of London's most beloved breakfast dishes - the Dishoom Bacon Naan is getting an upgrade. From next week, the cult group are bringing in a range of new morning delights, key of which is the Double Bacon Naan. Featuring double the usual amount of smoked streaky bacon stuffed into freshly baked naan, with cream cheese, chilli tomato jam and fresh herbs - it'll set you back £9. A small price to pay for its legendary hangover-quashing
Experimental Indian restaurant comes to London
Inspired by the Lucknow region's Awadhi cooking, chef and restaurateur Dhruv Mittal is opening a restaurant with all manner of biryanis, kebabs and lunchtime quick bites.
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