Some time ago, Salt Yard's Veneta shut its doors in the relatively new St James's Market and we've been wondering what was going to take its place. Now we have our answer with the launch of a six-month residency in that very spot called Norris.
By day it's a cafe and in the evening a bar (with people from Mortons, Soho House and Dean Street Townhouse). We think that St James's Market was
We do like an impressive-looking burger and this really fits the bill.
The latest to try their hand at burger-skills is Nordic restaurant Aquavit in St James's Market. This is their Skagen-burger. and here's how they describe it:
A hearty beef patty made from the highest quality short rib and skirt beef, topped with traditional shrimp Skagen; a refreshing combination of Norwegian
The former Head Chef of Nopi breaks out on his own with his first solo venture in the St James Market development in central London.
Change has come to recently opened Ikoyi, the West African restaurant that opened in St James's Market last year. It's had some rave reviews - and we loved it too - but they've just made the decision to move to a mainly seafood menu, while keeping those West African flavours.
What does that mean for the food? Here's what you can expect:
Updated 28/2/18 with extended dates
If you're looking for a ramen fix, you might want to pop along to St James's Market. Tonkotsu are taking over their sibling restaurant Anzu from the New Year, with a ramen residency.
On the menu will be all their usual ramen, along with a seasonal special of Ham Hock ramen - slow braised and pulled ham hock in reduced ham and chicken stock with noodles, topped with fermented mustard leaf, bamboo shoots, spring
After Giles Coren's rave review of Ikoyi this weekend (one we're much in agreement with) we think now's a better time than any to visit this hidden gem in St James's Market. They're launching two
Previously showcased at Carousel, this is the latest restaurant to hit St James's Market. It's inspired by West African cuisine, adding a fine dining twist.