From the same team as the London Shell Co. this boat may not be going anywhere, but the food transports you to the British seaside.
Nathan Outlaw is changing his London base of operations. He's opening a new restaurant at The Goring in Belgravia - a more casual seafood-led affair that's the hotel's first new restaurant in over 100 years.
Another interesting opening to add to those coming to Westfield London (including Bleecker and Corazon) as Pascal Aussignac's Catch Me is
What do you get when you put a chef who's spent the last seven year working at one of Mayfair's swankiest restaurants in charge of street food? Well MOLO hopes to provide the answer.
Kicking off at Netil Market this weekend, it sees the previous development chef of Novikov Group, Giacomo Uzzo and business partner Federico Ciampolini serving up gourmet fish buns.
Using top quality sustainable seafood the menu's a mixture of Mediterranean and Asian flavours.
From Mayfair to Earls Court restaurateur Johnny Micalusi has taken over the old Garnier site to bring his super fresh Mediterranean seafood to west Londoners.
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He went down a storm as a MasterChef finalist, now Dr Nawamin Pinpathomrat is back throwing what sounds to be an unmissable popup in London. Crab Anatomy which, he says merges his medical science knowledge and cooking ability.
He'll be using freshly caught Cornish Crab from Rob Wing in St Mawes in a variety of ways. "It’s always been my dream to combine the best of British produce with my own Thai twist, he says, "
This will be FishWorks’ third site - this time in Covent Garden - offering fresh fish to take home and a whole host of dishes to eat in at the restaurant.
This latest addition to Chelsea's Pavilion Road sees the co-founder of Bonnie Gull opening a fishmonger and deli which transforms into a seafood bar in the evening. And he's bringing along a few friends to help too...
If you're looking for somewhere to enjoy the best Italian produce in London then restaurateur Andrea Reitano is hoping his two newest restaurants in Notting Hill and Marylebone will entice you with their day boat fish from the Med and Neopolitan cheese.
Covent Garden's Oystermen doubled its size in Covent Garden - adding a raw bar and more. We head down to try out this highly-praised seafood restaurant.
The duo behind Brunswick House and St Leonards are expanding to the west of the city with this new Scottish-inspired seafood restaurant in Notting Hill.
We take a tour around the British and Irish coast at this small seafood spot with serious ambition at Pop Brixton.
This new seafood spot in Tooting Broadway Market combines the freshest seafood with Italian flair making it a street food spot worth checking out.
The people behind Burger and Lobster are back with another money-saving deal. This time try the very luxe black cod and wagyu beef at affordable prices. We head down to try them for ourselves.
Simon Whiteside originally opened Hook in Camden and now he's bringing his seafood expertise to Pop Brixton with his own restaurant, Roe. Expect sustainable seafood on an ever-changing menu that showcases his Irish influences.
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