An intimate new bar at The Ned, the hotel and club from Soho House and the Sydell Group, The Library Bar features a big champagne list and high-end cocktails.
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.
Charred, smoked and grilled is the name of the game at Brigadiers, which will be cooking up all manner of kebabs, chops, tikka and feasting options for hungry City sorts, with a huge selection of beer to wash it all down.
Tucked in off Bishopsgate the Devonshire Club's new chef is bringing a fresh seasonal menu to the table while opening the doors at weekends to non members.
Peruvian in The City
Istanbul bao purveyors BunCo are bringing their take on the bao craze to London, promising non-traditional fillings.
Fenchurch Street is the latest part of the City to get its own poké restaurant and Honi Poké is open from breakfast through to post work sustenance.
The Italian food and wine marketplace confirms their first London opening will be in the heart of the City at Broadgate.
Murat Kilic and Pierre Apri have taken some hefty inspiration from the region, but given it a European flavour, meaning Amber's menu is Middle Eastern food, but not as you know it, making it a perfect fit for its high end Piazza Square address.
City hotel the Andaz London Liverpool Street has just opened a public house brewing its own beer and serving up a roast every day of the week
Soho's perenially popular udon noodle bar Koya has expanded to the City. We went along to see how the newer, bigger restaurant was doing.
We have to admit, at this time of the year, good comfort food really does make it easier to bear the cold weather. So the news from Jose Pizarro's, Pizarro in Bermondsey about the introduction of a paella menu is just the sort of thing we want to hear.
There are three paella dishes on the menu, including the ones pictured above - "‘rabbit & chicken in escabeche" and "black rice, prawns, cuttlefish, herbs
The duo behind Randy’s Wing Bar love chicken wings, so much so they even once drove across the US in the hunt for the best sauce. Now they’re branching out from their original Hackney Wick base to bring all that saucey, chickeny goodness to hungry folk in the City.
Bar and restaurant overlooking Finsbury Square
8/12/17 - updated with Three Cranes soft launch details
There was much rejoicing when it was announced that Maida Vale's Truscott Arms would reopen (to be renamed Hero of Maida), home to top roasts and a widely beloved upmarket boozer, with none other than Racine’s
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