Charred, smoked and grilled is the name of the game at Brigadiers, which will be cooking up all manner of kebabs, chops, tikka and feasting options for hungry City sorts, with a huge selection of beer to wash it all down.
Two of our favourite places in London are getting together on Thursday for a one-off creation and it does look rather spectacular. Burger masters Bleecker are teaming up with smoking legends Smokestak for this mighty fine looking burger.
It's Bleecker beef topped with Smokestak pastrami, pickles, sliced shallots & dill sauce - and on the side, there are fries topped with parmesan & anchovy
Soho's perenially popular udon noodle bar Koya has expanded to the City. We went along to see how the newer, bigger restaurant was doing.
This new Nordic restaurant comes from Soren Jessen, the man behind 1 Lombard Street. Here, it's all about all-day Nordic cooking and Scandinavian pastries.
A great new food hub is opening in the city with some pretty impressive names attached. We head down for a look...
Koya is legendary for its affordable, authentic approach to Japanese udon noodles. Now, they're heading to the City, with new dishes, breakfast, and a bar filled with sake…
Bleecker are bringing their next burger restaurant to the shiny new Bloomberg Arcade. With more seats than ever before but the same great burgers.
Thirsty City workers can avail of a hefty wine list at Vinoteca’s newest location, nestled between the two Bloomberg buildings. There’ll be a central bar, a mezzanine, and even the option to wine and dine alfresco, if the weather cooperates…
This is the latest Caravan to come to London. Part of Bloomberg Arcade, it's bringing new dishes and a brand new brunch menu along with it.
We've had a lot of food quarters opening up all over town of late, from Broadgate to King's Cross to Nova in Victoria. Now another is on the way to Bloomberg's new London hub and they've lined up some pretty special new restaurants. And it's all bang in the centre of the City too.
There will be ten new restaurants in all - under a "covered pedestrian arcade" and Bloomberg's own Richard