Firebrand pizza has won a lot of fans in its original Marylebone site - and now they're opening a second pizzeria in Clerkenwell. But that's not all, as they're also opening Diggs, an all-day cafe next door.
Carving out space on the hotel's ground floor, The Connaught is bringing back its legendary restaurant The Connaught Grill with Jean-Georges Vongerichten providing a modern take on grill room classics.
Over at Camden Market, their Asian Alley has had a bit of revamp over the Christmas hols, doubling in size and expanding on the range of food on offer.
Taking over two arches now, the alley now feature food from Malaysia, Thailand, China, Korean and Japan.
New to the space is Indonesian trader Pino's Warung. Founded by Pino Edwards, a former Annabels members club manager, Pino's intention is to showcase his home country
The next opening from Dominique Ansel won't be all about the Cronut - but there will be a lot of pastry involved (and a more traditional bakery downstairs).
London's first Showaken ramen bar is now open at the Japan Centre's Panton Street location, serving up special ramens with a retro-style vibe.
Wing Shack has grown quite the following in Loughton, so they're coming into town with a new chicken shop in Clerkenwell. Expect wings, fillets, burgers and more - as well as a pretty varied selection of sides that includes plantain and cajun squid.
The original Bar Douro in Flat Iron Square (near London Bridge) has proven such a hit that they're getting ready to open a second. This time they'll be bringing their Portuguese wine and food to a big new development near Broadgate.
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Ever since they first opened their doors in Highbury in 2017, Bourne's Fishmongers have been on a mission to share their enthusiasm for British seafood with Londoners. The duo behind it are Lee Bourne and John Long. Bourne trained as a chef at Islington restaurant Fredericks before heading into the fishmonger trade at top London fishmonger Steve Hatt. He teamed up with fellow Highbury local John
Not content with already having three of London's loveliest rooftop pools, at Shoreditch House, White City House and The Ned, the folks at Soho House are about to unveil their latest one in the centre of London.
180 House will be the group's newest outpost of the club and - as the name suggests - it'll be slap bang in the middle of the West End when it opens this spring.
At the top of this 1970s building, on the ninth
There are big changes afoot in the Elephant and Castle area at the moment. And while those developments have come in for some criticism, the biggest of them is the creation of Elephant Park, which is creating a new area for homes, shops and
New to Tottenham is the upcoming Perkyn's, serving up coffee in the day and over 60 types of beer in the evening.
This new all-day cafe in Seven Dials aims to be an "east meets west fusion café".
In what is certainly the month for vegan and vegetarian-based offerings, popular plant-based burger bar Halo Burger (currently in Pop Brixton) are about to open their second restaurant, in Shoreditch.
As before, they've teamed up with Beyond Meat, and they'll be the first in the country to be launching with Beyond Meat's 4.0 patty, which they say should taste more like meat than ever. Plus Beyond
The duo behind neighbourhood favourite Fink's Salt & Sweet are expanding - but they're not going far. Their second place will be a coffee shop on nearby Gillespie Road.
Ok, then - We may have to consider rewriting our 2020 restaurant preview.
A brand new restaurant group has just been announced, led by Neil Rankin (Temper, Simplicity Burger) and Handley Amos (former regional director at Nandos
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