His many employees might be concentrated at the lower end of the pay scale but it looks like Sport Direct's Mike Ashley knows how to splash his cash on wine
After a long relationship with Street Feast, Rola Wala finally becomes a permanent fixture in Spitalfield, with their healthy do-it-yourself Indian grub, including Nagaland lamb, Bengali-spiced beef and plenty to please the vegan and gluten-free crowd too.
The people behind the very popular City Indian restaurant Gunpowder have launched a follow-up. We take a look.
Shrimoyee Chakraborty is opening a new Calcutta Street in Brixton, with a big focus on atmosphere and small sharing plates. There’ll be some new menu additions, plus bespoke cocktails made with traditional Shorbot, and a late license until 1am every night to top it all off.
What: Madame D's
In a nutshell: Himalayan cooking on Commercial Street
Summing it all up: The people behind Gunpowder are opening a second spot in Spitalfields. This one will be dedicated to Himalayan cooking.
21/3/17 - updated with soft launch info
What: Tamarind Kitchen
In a nutshell: Tamarind Kitchen reimagines dishes from its Michelin-starred counterpart for more a relaxed dining experience.
Summing it all up: Tamarind Mayfair is opening a sister restaurant on Wardour Street, bringing with it goshts, currys and koftas galore, as well as a
What: Darjeeling Express
In a nutshell: Indian sharing platters from supperclub gone permanent.
Summing it all up: She's had lots of success with her pop-ups and residencies and now Asma Khan is launching a permanent Darjeeling Express restaurant in Kingly Court.
In a nutshell: Indian tapas in Fitzrovia
Summing it all up:The folk behind India's biggest food festival have launched this Indian small plates restaurant and cocktail bar
London's run of top new Indian restaurants continues with Mayfair's Jamavar. We head down to try it out.
What: Kheera Kitchen
In a nutshell: Fresh Indian food for a good cause
Summing it all up: Kheera Kitchen and Crisis are teaming up at the charity’s cafe on Commercial Street, where they’ll be serving up light Indian cuisine and helping vulnerable people at the same time.
Kricket has been winning fans in Brixton for their Indian small plates. Now they've come to the centre of town - we head along to find out what's new...
What: The Baluchi at The Lalit
In a nutshell: High-end Indian comes to town
Summing it all up: The Baluchi is best known abroad as a high-end Indian restaurant that's in luxury hotels throughout India. Now it's coming to London as part of the new Lalit hotel.
Christmas shoppers in Covent Garden who want to warm up with something spicy can now avail of curries, thalis and more at the freshly relaunched Masala Zone. The Covent Garden branch has just had a massive makeover, complete with a new menu and cocktail bar.
Some of the new dishes include
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