During lockdown, the Maybourne Hotel group - The Berkeley, The Connaught and Claridge's - have been busy supporting London's key workers with drive-through coffee stations and accommodation. But their bars and restaurants have been closed off to the rest of us.
Now, things are changing. Over at The Connaught, they've just launched one of their restaurants on the premium delivery service, Supper. Jean-Georges at The
Even if you're happy cooking at home every day, sometimes you just need a bit of inspiration and Clipstone's selection of meals and snacks turns out to be just the ticket.
With hits like Chick N Sours and Chik'n in place - chef and restaurateur Carl Clarke is looking for his next venture - and this time it's all about pot noodles.
Today, he's kicking off a Kickstarter campaign for Future Noodles. Delivered to your door, it's aiming to be "a
For the first few weeks of lockdown, one of the benefits of working from home was being able to knock up our own lunches. Many, many weeks in and that joy has seriously palled. So here who's delivering more interesting sandwiches around London for you to order.
The Adam Handling restaurants may be closed, but the chef has just launched his new "at home" service called "Hame" in case you're suffering from chicken butter withdrawal symptoms (we love his chicken butter - you can see it above).
it won't be served hot - but everything will be fully prepared and ready to cook, with full instructions (including videos) on how to finish
Not all burger kits are created equal and you can expect the one dropping this morning to be an instant hit. In an interesting tie-up, chef Neil Rankin has joined forces with top London butchers Turner & George to sell a limited run of his Simplicity Vegan Burger Kits.
There will be just 100 kits on offer - each containing 4 x Simplicity Patties, 4 Sesame Vegan Burger Buns, Simplicity Burger Cheese, Simplicity Sauce, Pickles,
Whether you want a case of some interesting natural wines delivered, need to overhaul your drinks cupboard or fancy going out for cocktails, it's all here in our comprehensive guide to the best drinking to be enjoyed in London.
You could toil away at home making your own brunch. But when you can order in Gloucester Old Spot muffins, blueberry pancakes or shakshuka without having to get dressed, why would you? Here's our pick of who's delivering brunch to Londoners.
Over the past few weeks, we've seen the return of restaurants to London (albeit in collection or delivery form) turn from a slow trickle into something of a torrent. And as restaurants have worked out what they're able to do - a couple of distinct camps are appearing. Either they try to deliver as close to the restaurant experience as possible - or they pivot to something else during the lockdown.
When you've made your name by sticking to a tried and tested formula, it would take something pretty momentous to change that. But that's a pandemic for you.
For 60 years, Le Relais de Venise has really been a one-dish restaurant. They serve up a simple menu of salad, steak and frites and dessert. And that's it.
But these are trying times we're in and so the company have decided to bring in La Baguette. As the name suggests,
To celebrate World Whisky Day this weekend, we've picked out five whisky cocktails worth ordering around London. All of these can be delivered the day you order, if you're in the bar's catchment areas.
Obviously, the lockdown has meant big changes for many - not least the restaurants that were due to open in the last couple of months. One of those was to be Lila, a restaurant that's going to open in Notting Hill. It's by Jake Finn who was formerly at La Petite Maison, The Ritz, Coya, and Social Eating House.
But as with many restaurants, he's moved to delivering instead - kicking off
Well now, this is welcome news. Given how much Chinatown suffered in a drop off in trade the weeks before lockdown, any signs of revival there are doubly appreciated.
So we're delighted to reveal that one of our favourite hangouts in London, Dumplings' Legend, is back up and running.
The restaurant announced yesterday that it had moved to delivery, with "Stir-fry and Xiao long Bao and our
13/5/19 - updated with Shoreditch details.
The next restaurant to return from lockdown is Homeslice pizza - starting with Marylebone and following up with Shoreditch. They're open for both delivery and collection, setting up shop on Supper and Deliveroo.
It's a limited menu as they've adapted for social distancing rules - so here's what you can expect:
The Woodhead Group are already having big success with the Quality Chop House delivery service (even though we're experiencing severe withdrawal symptoms from going so long without one of their pork pies). Now the same group have reopened another restaurant - Clipstone in Fitzrovia.
They're both open as an online shop, but also as a shop providing food for the locals. If you're nearby,
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