This will be the fourth Humble Grape in London, with a huge amount of wine to drink there or take away. And a seasonal menu on top of that too.
From next weekend, Lutyens Grill at The Ned will be throwing open its doors to the public. For the past year, this old-school steak restaurant has been the only spot on The Ned's ground floor which was open just to club members and hotel guests. But no more.
The space itself was the Bank Manager's office back when The Ned was the Midland Bank headquarters. As you might expect it's all gorgeous wood panelling with a lovely parquet floor and the lighting was
They've already had big success in Soho with another offshoot in Harvey Nichols. Now the next main Zelman Meats is coming to the City - expect lots of cuts of meats and some rotisserie chicken too.
Those who work in the Square Mile will most likely be familiar with the ETM Group's style by now - ritzy, brasserie-style dining with a something-for-everyone menu and well dressed wait staff. Now they're making the move to Broadgate with the greenhouse-inspired Broadleaf, bringing a big open plan kitchen, a bar laden with cocktails and shuffleboard.
London Institution Club Gascon has undergone a pretty big refurb. We head down to see what's new about the space.
The Listing is the latest offering (the 22nd, in fact) from the Drake & Morgan group, which is also behind City favourite The Anthologist. It looks to continue things in a similar vein, with a luxuriously decked out interior, all day dining, and a cocktails list that include hot toddies...
A great new food hub is opening in the city with some pretty impressive names attached. We head down for a look...
Big changes are afoot at Old Spitalfields Market. They're launching new "Kitchens" onto the market floor and they've a pretty stellar line-up planned for them.
There will be ten of the kitchens that will be serving the market and here's who will be in them at the start, all serving up unique dishes:
Koya is legendary for its affordable, authentic approach to Japanese udon noodles. Now, they're heading to the City, with new dishes, breakfast, and a bar filled with sake…
Bleecker are bringing their next burger restaurant to the shiny new Bloomberg Arcade. With more seats than ever before but the same great burgers.
Thirsty City workers can avail of a hefty wine list at Vinoteca’s newest location, nestled between the two Bloomberg buildings. There’ll be a central bar, a mezzanine, and even the option to wine and dine alfresco, if the weather cooperates…
The recently opened Napoleon Hotel holds the illustrious titles of London’s smallest hotel as well as that of ‘most bars per guest’. This single room ‘grand’ hotel sports THREE - making that more than one per guest. We spent the night...
This is the latest Caravan to come to London. Part of Bloomberg Arcade, it's bringing new dishes and a brand new brunch menu along with it.
History buffs can celebrate the days gone by with the British-themed food and drink at The Lampery, a new restaurant that draws inspiration from Samuel Pepys’ favourite foods, who was a former resident on the same street.
Head up to the 40th floor private dining room for a late night dinner with an epic view
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