Experimental Indian restaurant comes to London
Top Chinese restaurant group comes to St James
A collaboration between Theo Randall, Colicci, and The Royal Parks with an emphasis on healthy and vegan options looks set to put London's royal park cafes on the map.
Imperial Treasure restaurants have been winning Michelin stars and more awards across Asia and now they're opening in London. Expect a Chinese fine dining experience in a luxe restaurant.
This hidden St James gem has been around since before World War II, but with a new cocktail list and bar menu it should attract a slew of new fans.
They've already opened around the country and internationally too, and now San Carlo are bringing their main Italian restaurant to London. And id sounds like they've spared no expense.
Ex NOPI head chef Ramael Scully is going it alone in this St James's Market spot. We head down for a look.
Hot Dinners popped along to the official launch of Rochelle Canteen's bar at The ICA on the Mall last night. The restaurant has already been garlanded with positive reviews since it opened (and won a Hot Dinners award into the bargain for its AMAZING rabbit and bacon pie). Now it's pushing its cocktails and bar snacks into the
The former Head Chef of Nopi breaks out on his own with his first solo venture in the St James Market development in central London.
Rochelle Canteen has expanded, opening a sibling restaurant at the ICA. We went along to see how the move from Shoreditch to the Buckingham Palace environs has worked for them.
Wilton's is London's oldest restaurant but does it offer London's diners anything new? We went to find out
Popular east London spot Rochelle Canteen from Margot Henderson and Melanie Arnold is going all central. Expect similar style food.
Fancy lobster rolls and watermelon martinis? Then you need to head on over to this bar in St James
Given how much we, or at least I, love martinis - it's a mystery as to how it took so long to get around to trying those at Dukes. Because, if you didn't know it already, the St James hotel has forged quite the reputation as purveyor of the best in town.
What Dukes has going for it, in spades, is history. It used to be the favoured watering hole of the James Bond creator, Ian Fleming. Legend has it that the author came up with Bond's catchphrase 'shaken not
In a nutshell: All day traditional dining with a contemporary twist.
Summing it all up: Tuck into classic British cuisine in Duke Hotel's new restaurant GBR, including British charcuterie and halibut with red wine and truffle crisp bar snacks. And maybe extend your visit to try one of Duke's legendary martinis at their hotel bar...
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