Taking the space that once held Galvin Bistrot De Luxe is Ooty Indian restaurant. It comes in three parts - a fine dining restaurant led by the ex head chef of Vineet Bhatia London, an underground cocktail bar and an all-day casual dining restaurant.
In the second week of My Million Pound Menu, where Fred Sirieix and others are handing out wads of cash to promising restaurant start-ups, London stalwart Baba G's has come out top. At the end of the programme, both Jamie Barber and Atul Kochhar were bidding for them, but Kochhar came up top with his £300k
Chef Rick Matharu and winner of Food Network's Recipe to Riches first brought his homestyle Punjabi-Canadian cuisine to Canadians back in 2015. His fusion twist on classics like masala chaat fries and butter chicken mac 'n' cheese won them legions of fans - including the PM Justin Trudeau.
Last summer he started popping up around London and next up is a two week pop-up at the Great Guns Social in Borough for two weeks. Rick - and longtime friend and collaborator Joti
British curry house favourites are re-imagined in plant-based form by street food favourite SpiceBox.
Updated with a first look at the food. As Darjeeling Express goes from strength to strength, Asma Khan has a new venture ready. Calcutta Canteen is an all-day North Indian/Bengali-inspired cafe in Carnaby and the big focus will be on filled bread buns called Pau buns.
The Courthouse Hotel in Soho is getting its own Indian restaurant from a chef with a background in Dinner by Heston and Nobu.
So there was us thinking that London's Indian restaurant scene was at peak excitement with the opening this Autumn of Kahani, Kricket White City and the new Gunpowder at Tower Bridge not to mention the imminent openings of Kutir, Farzi Cafe and London Jukebox.
But then we heard about what was going on at Tamarind Mayfair. The Mayfair spot closed its doors eight months ago for a major refit. When it reopens next month it'll not only have a swish
Ever dreamt of making your own Dishoom-style bacon naan roll at home? Well from next September you can get your hands on the official recipe, with the launch of the restaurant group’s first cookbook, Dishoom: From Bombay with Love.
Those hangover-busting breakfast naan rolls will be just a handful of the 100 recipes that make up the book which, similar to the restaurants themselves, have been inspired by the the food, history, and culture of
After running Michelin-starred Tamarind for a decade, Peter Joseph has come to Chelsea to launch his own restaurant, Kahani. We went along to try it out.
The chef and GM who headed up London's top Indian restaurants including Gymkhana and Jamavar are opening their first solo venture in Chelsea. Expect this to be one of the biggest openings of the Autumn.
The London Jukebox runs world music concerts in London and now they're settling on Upper Street. Expect small music events paired with Indian sharing plates.
The latest addition to the growing number of interesting restaurants at Tower Bridge is the second Gunpowder, serving up Indian small plates. We head down for a look.
This will be the second site from Chakra, with the original being located in Kensington. The new site will be perched on the banks of the Thames in Kingston and will offer a contemporary fine-dining take on Indian cuisine.
We head to The City to Brigadiers to find out what an Indian Gastropub looks like when it's from the same people as Gymkhana and Hoppers.
Fancy a deconstructed shepherd's pie or a masala scotch egg? Then the London outpost of Farzi Cafe is for you. They're already big in India and now the restaurant with its experimental Indian cooking is coming to London.
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