Ah now this is a shame. News reaches us this morning that Eric Chavot, who made such a hit of the new Bob Bob Ricard restaurant Bob Bob Cité, is departing the restaurant.
In a statement issued today Chavot and the restaurant's owner, Leonid Shutov, say "Eric is to leave his post at the critically-lauded City restaurant at the end of January 2020. His departure is for private, family reasons."
“Since joining us over two years ago at
This restaurant is the latest from the Daisy Green group and it sounds like they've got an excellent location just outside Barbican. And yes, they will have the all-day Aussie brunch.
City folk in Fenchurch Street are the first to be able to try out Wagamama's new grab-and-go concept Mamago, which opened yesterday. Described as "Wagamama's little sister - more upstart, less sit-down" - the new space will be open from 7am through to 6pm
You can head in here early in the day for breakfast dishes like yuzu marmlade + mandarin coconut rice pot or a multi-grain coconut porridge with brown rice syrup along with
Baraka is an all-day restaurant cooking Anatolian cuisine in their stone oven or as open-flame Mangal cooking. Expect mezza, tagine, kebabs and their own baklava. Plus a handy terrace.
Liverpool Street has been doing rather well for burgers of late. Following the recent opening of Honest Burger, the Patty & Bun opposite Liverpool Street station is about to get a lot bigger.
Originally mainly takeaway with a few stools inside, they're
The latest Ivy is opening in the impressive space that once held Jamie Oliver's Barbecoa. This time they'll be launching an Ivy with an Asian-influenced menu.
Liverpool Street is getting more burgers with the announcement of the opening of a new Honest Burgers. Their new place is just up the road from the station on Old Broad Street, taking over from Gow's restaurant. It'll be one of the bigger Honests, seating 136 inside.
As usual, you'll be able to get all the usual Honest favourites - like the Tribute which is beef, bacon, American cheese, burger sauce,
If you've been missing Le Bun's French-inspired burgers, then this is the news for you. They're kicking off a residency in The City at New Street Grill and Old Bengal Bar, taking over the food for four weekends.
The burgers on the menu include
The next restaurant from steak masters Flat Iron is something of a departure. They'll be concentrating on bavette steak - and pairing that with a huge range of wines by the magnum.
Join The Jugged Hare’s infamous gourmet dinner series this game season, The Murphia Games, as they enjoy the finest culinary creations from Ireland’s most celebrated chefs.
Would you describe yourself as an honest person? One way to really put that to the test is with the return of Vinery London next month. This irregular pop-up boasts that it's the only honesty wine bar in London where they trust you to pay what you think you should.
The idea is that you buy a ticket (£7.50) which gives you entry plus a wine glass which you can then top as much as you like throughout the evening. When you head off into the night,
This will be the fourth Farmer J in London as they serve up healthy breakfast and lunchtime snacks in their signature "fieldtrays".
The Dining Room at the Ned sees an Italian chef enjoying himself, using the bounty of the British isles.
Waka is coming back to the City, bringing its Nikkei Peruvian/Japanese grab and go food to Houndsditch.
You might remember that a couple of years ago, we tried out a one-room hotel in London - above the Black Rock Whisky bar. Well, that's going through a bit of a change - planning to become what they're calling "London's first Whisky hotel".
Black Rock, the whisky bar previously only in the basement, is taking over
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