It's time to run down the new restaurants that will be coming your way in May. The upcoming month sees Irish-influenced menus, bao buns and karaoke, top cocktails and a restaurant that's been five years in the making...
North Greenwich is getting a dining and drinking emporium mixing Aussie coffee know-how with South American food inspiration.
King's Cross is getting a new brewery, taproom and restaurant as Australian craft beer brand Little Creatures prepare to open behind Granary Square.
The people behind Lyle's open their second restaurant in Borough called Flor. This time it's part wine bar and part bakery.
Hugely popular American street food sensation The Halal Guys are building on their UK base, picking Earls Court as the location for their second London restaurant.
The same people who brought us Soane's Kitchen have taken over the gallery cafe in the South London Gallery in Peckham for their latest opening.
Over in Farringdon, South African braai restaurant Hammer & Tongs are just getting ready to unveil their new wine bar. They've taken over the old basement bar to launch The Protea Wine Bar - a space devoted to South African wine.
The new bar will feature a 100% South African wine list - covering South African Cabernet Sauvignons, Pinotage, Chenin Blanc and more. They'll also be doing wine flights if you fancy trying something a little
The huge Standard hotel comes with not one, but two ground floor drinking spaces. Run by ex-Pachamama chef Adam Rawson, there will be Isla (focusing on British coastal cuisine) and the more British pub/dive bar Double Standard.
The Stratford Brasserie second restaurant to be announced in the fancy Manhattan Loft Gardens in Stratford. It's an all-day brasserie that should have a very impressive look - coupled with an enviable outside space.
Soho's iconic restaurant Bob Bob Ricard is opening a second place on the third floor of the Cheesegrater and they've got a top chef to head up the operation
It's all change at the Bulgari hotel in Knightsbridge where Rivea is being replaced by Sette and the whole restaurant and bar is being turned, literally, upside down.
Up until now, chicken wing specialists Orange Buffalo have been serving up their wings as street food - but now they're opening their first restaurant in Tooting Broadway.
If you've been wondering what's happening with the unusual restaurant that's been built on the Duke of York Square by the Kings Road, then let us enlighten you.
The Duke of York Restaurant was designed by Nex— Architects and it's pretty eyecatching. The spiral building is topped by a public roof garden and features the UK’s first fully retractable glass wall allowing the restaurant's wall to sink completely into the lower ground floor, so the restaurant becomes
The Embassy Gardens development is getting a new all day restaurant as part of this lifestyle store opening.
It's always lovely being the bearer of glad tidings, and for anyone who was a fan of Mayfair restaurant Wild Honey, this is very good news.
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