This week, leaving it right up to the last minute, one of the year's biggest openings happened. After much anticipation, Din Tai Fung opened in Covent Garden. Here's how it went...
Aida Khan brings the Karachi cooking from her Shola supper club to White City for her first restaurant, celebrating Pakistani food.
They've been around for 27 years to date and expanded across the US. Now America's Halal Guys are bringing their gyros and platters to London.
We take a tour around the British and Irish coast at this small seafood spot with serious ambition at Pop Brixton.
Eggslut are VERY popular in various West Coast of the US incarnations and now they're opening in London. Expect a variety of eggs in buns all day long.
Clothing giant H&M choose London for their new cafe concept's first opening outside of Sweden.
This addition to Marylebone is inspired by the street-markets of Taiwan, and there's quite a lot more to it than bao buns (but they appear too). Expect waffle-like wheelcakes made to order and alcoholic ice lollies in the downstairs bar.
Jason Atherton did a lengthy interview with Squaremeal talking about everything from an upcoming refurb of Pollen Street Social to the hunt for a new location for Sosharu. But there was one snippet revealed in the interview that caught our notice - that he's opening something new in London, a place currently
Amazonico is best described as a luxe rainforest-themed restaurant - with a menu that takes in European, Asian and South American cuisines. It's been a big hit in Madrid and is now opening in London.
He was the man behind the launch of Noma Mexico and now Santiago Lastra is opening his own restaurant in London called Kol. It'll feature Mexican cuisine with UK ingredients.
This new Duke Street spot hopes to be so welcoming that you view it as a sort of home from home (with better cocktails and food than you'd make yourself).
Already home to some top restaurants, there's still more to come at Coal Drops Yard - specifically from one of its top draws, Barrafina. They've already opened the main restaurant - which we took for a Test Drive -
The former wine buyer at Club and Cellar Gascon has come back to the area to open a wine and tapas bar on St John Street.
Returning after an absence of many years, Caviar Kaspia is bringing back its luxury menu to London's Mayfair.
Given a grime-style makeover, this former Strada now aims to serve everything from morning coffee to late night espresso martinis.
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