A trio with experience in London's top food stores have picked Camden to launch their range of upmarket deli and cafes.
Ever since he opened in London Ansel's bakery has been packed - so expect fans to follow him here to Covent Garden, particularly if there's a new menu of cakes to try.
A nine-month renovation and a new chef make for an entirely new offering on one of London’s most famous streets as Cheyne Walk Brasserie becomes No. Fifty Cheyne.t
British curry house favourites are re-imagined in plant-based form by street food favourite SpiceBox.
James Erasmus - who comes via the Harwood Arms and the Ledbury - is offering a monthly-changing set menu drawing on his South African heritage and seasonal British produce.
London's Rathbone Square will be the first European opening for this cool coffee chain which originated as a one man spot in Tokyo.
Time Out have been planning a food market in London for some time. Now they've finally settled on Waterloo with a huge area of food and drink planned.
From humble beginnings in 2011 to a Soho institution, Spuntino charmed Londoners with their American-inspired small plates and counter dining. Now, they’re taking things in a slightly different direction, with a second restaurant with a new brunch and takeaway menu - in Heathrow Terminal 3.
Two Brixton locals, with one foot in Italy and the other in south London, are opening a neighbourhood spot on Brixton Water Lane serving up a range of Tuscan treats.
As any London-based Irish person knows, any trip home is always used to fill your roll-on Ryanair suitcase with as much Tayto, Clonakilty and Barry's Tea as you can squeeze in to take back to London. But now, you'll be able to replenish stocks of your favourite Irish food without going any further than Camden.
The London Irish Centre has just opened its Irish Shop 'An Siopa' and it's filled with Irish household favourites including Tayto, Flahavans, Barrys
When the bartender who ran the World's Best Bar for years prepares to open an all-day bar and restaurant in London with fellow top class mixologist Monica Berg, you better believe people are going to sit up and take notice. And when TÁ TÁ Eatery is in charge of the food? Lucky Old Street.
Dandy Cafe is coming back! Now Dandy Cafe and restaurant, they've kicked off a crowdfunding campaign to launch a new permanent restaurant on Maltby Street. And they'll have their own brewery too...
They've been popping up everywhere from Camden to Brixton, but now the team behind fried chicken stall Other Side Fried are getting ready to open in the heart of London.
Just before Christmas, they'll be throwing open the doors to their new takeaway space just outside the Leicester Square tube station. If they were looking for a place with great passing trade, they couldn't have chosen better.
The menu at their kiosk will
Expect Irish food, drink and hospitality at this Islington bar which is serving up everything from cocktails featuring Barry's Tea to curry chips and Tayto crisps.
One of Islington's most popular cafés is Maison d'Etre, just on the opposite side of Highbury Corner from the station (right next to another Islington fave, Black Axe Mangal). They've been doing storming business there for the past few years in a tiny space and now they've expanded with a second cafe, Maison Bleue.
The second spot is a mere 5 minutes walk away, so if you've ever
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