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Starting this weekend, Tomos Parry and his team at Brat are heading back to Climpson's Arch to launch a takeaway service. For the next few Saturdays and Sundays, they'll be serving up dishes like their new brunch options and signature turbot for folk to pre-order and take away with them.
We had the good fortune to give Brat's new brunch a Test Drive the week before lockdown. So believe us when we say that you want his
Heston Blumenthal is bringing Dinner back to London in stages - and one of them involves a takeaway version of his famous Meat Fruit.
The restaurant will be launching with the Garden Terrace on 1 August, followed by the main restaurant on 1 September - but it's the collection service, kicking off on 24 July that has us really interested. It's the first time Heston's tried this in
Returning to the City today is Pascal Aussignac and his restaurant Comptoir Gascon, kicking off a new collection service. It's the first week Pascal's takeaway selection has been available since lockdown and, much like the restaurant, there's a very classic French feel about the dishes on offer with the chef's signature foie gras making an appearance.
Here's a selection of
London's fast-food scene just got a boost with the opening of a new Indian spot on Baker Street.
Tamarind Tiger is the second London restaurant from the Kapur family - who opened Copper Chimney in Westfield London back in October and run a restaurant empire in India. But while Copper Chimney was from an
They've been popping up everywhere from Camden to Brixton, but now the team behind fried chicken stall Other Side Fried are getting ready to open in the heart of London.
Just before Christmas, they'll be throwing open the doors to their new takeaway space just outside the Leicester Square tube station. If they were looking for a place with great passing trade, they couldn't have chosen better.
The menu at their kiosk will
The team behind pop-up turned residency Yolk are bringing their Clarence Court egg pots and new salad boxes to the legal district of New Street Square.
After eight years working for Gordon Ramsay and then as a private chef, Angie Steele has opened her first takeaway spot in the heart of the City.
Two years ago, Rudies opened up in Dalston. Now, they’re heading down the road to Shoreditch’s Boxpark where they’ll be catering for the lunch crowd with their new “grab-and-go” Boxfood, as well as reinventing some of their classic menu options as smaller tapas.
The City gets a new lunchspot as Waka brings Nikkei Peruvian/Japanese cuisine to the takeaway market
Muriel's Kitchen is already doing pretty well with its restaurants in Soho, Richmond and South Ken - and now they're about to try something else, the takeaway market.
They're launching MK by Muriel's Kitchen in Putney, so if you're in the area you'll be able to grab something to go. Planned for the shop are