Leicester Square

  • studio88 leicester squareThe folk behind Farringdon's Pianoworks have just opened a new live music venue with duelling pianos, cocktails and Asian-inspired food served in bamboo cones

  • Petit Bistro serves French-inspired in Leicester Square's new luxury hotel Victory HouseThe folk behind Randall and Aubin are behind a new bistro that's just opened on Leicester Square, covering all the French-inspired bases a visitor to Central could need, from pancakes to fish and chips and steak.

  • Magnus Reid from Legs is behind the menu at The W's Perception

    It's all change at the W London just off Leicester Square, as they've just opened a new bar and lounge called The Perception.

    And while the bar and their cocktails do look impressive, it's their new "dining series" which is the most interesting. They'll be hosting long residencies there, where they recruit top chefs to come and take over the menu. And first up is Magnus Reid, the man behind

  • Everything is better with sprinkles at EasyJet's Leicester Square pop-up

    Anyone who’s been to the Netherlands will (hopefully) have already been exposed to one of their greatest exports: sprinkles for breakfast, also known as hagelslag. 

    Whether you’ve already a fan - and let's be honest, how could you not be - or you’re wondering what all the fuss is about, you’ll be able to get your fix of bread, butter and hagelslag at EasyJet's new Leicester Square pop-up,

  • Leicester Square Kitchen brings Peruvian and Mexican to central LondonTiger prawn tacos, Mayan-spiced chicken ensalada and Robata-grilled Pisco-glazed smoked paprika ribs with lime are some of the sharing plates up for grabs at the new Leicester Square Kitchen, a new restaurant in a Leicester Square hotel.

  • Food Store brings healthy deli fare to go in Leicester Square

    What: Food Store

    In a nutshell: Healthy, international food, just off Leicester Square

    Summing it all up: There are salads, pastas, mains and smoothies at Food Store's new central London venue, where offerings are big on international flavours, from Brazil to Morocco - and it should provide a viable alternative to the takeaway options dotting the

  • USA's cheap-and-cheerful MOD Pizza rocks up to Leicester Square

    There’s no arguing with the fact that £7.87 is a more-than-fair price for a pizza, especially with all the toppings you could want, and enough even to make you overlook the fact that it is a bit of a weird number. MOD Pizza, a US-based chain, will soon be bringing their super-fast affordable pizza to the capital when their first London store opens in none other than Leicester Square.

    Not only will you be able to


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