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24 July 2014

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  1. Published : Wednesday, 2nd April 2014

    Fischer's | Fischer'€™s | Vienna Comes To Marylebone

    If you thought that Viennese cuisine was being under-served in London then think again, as Chris Corbin and Jeremy King bring an element of early twentieth century Vienna to the streets of Marylebone in the launch of their newest venture Fischer’s. These two men are the brilliant minds behind Corbin & King Restaurants who have owned and managed some of London’s most revered and successful restaurants, such as The Wolseley and The Delauney. They have really honed their recipe for success and are transferring their knowledge into this current project, while also adding extra strings to their bow with the title of hoteliers as they open Beaumont in Mayfair. When it comes to coffee houses and cafés, Austria knows how to maximise the social occasion like no other and it has become part of their tradition, if not their identity...

  2. Published : Tuesday, 18th February 2014

    Polpetto | Polpetto Re-launch | Return of the Soho Dining Room

    Polpetto is set to re-open its doors after a small hiatus. After the original venue proved to small and the restaurant’s 23 seats were always oversubscribed. Polpetto occupied the first floor of the French House pub on Dean Street for two years with Florence Knight at the helm. During that time it attracted critical acclaim (“amazingly good… flawless… perfect” – The Telegraph) and gained a massive following of fans. Florence Knight returns to the London dining scene as executive head chef of the new Polpetto on Berwick Street, which opened on the 10th February 2014. She will to continue to showcase her unique brand of meticulous seasonality and simplicity...

  3. The iconic One Canada Square building in Canary Wharf will be receiving a new, modern European restaurant and cocktail bar, located in the stylish lobby, as of September 2013. The forthcoming venue will also be named One Canada Square, as a nod to the famous 800ft, 50-storey building which it will be based in. This new addition to the former tallest building in Europe will contain a 30-cover bar and 100-cover restaurant with a mezzanine floor. It is the vision of Tom and Ed Martin of the award-winning ETM Group, who also opened The Botanist restaurant and bar on Sloane Square, and have several other venues around London...

  4. Reminiscent of more traditional English countryside restaurants, Bumpkin offers refuge from the contrasting surroundings of London, as it sits just off the lively Fulham Road. With the dining facilities spread over three separate areas, Bumpkin’s highlights include The Secret Garden outside (with access to The Chelsea Gardener), as well as a charming secluded top-floor function room, dubbed The Botany Club...

  5. Chotto Matte’s menu has been created to manifest a relaxed, sharing environment. Some of the highlights will include dishes such as: Avocado Tempura served with smoked truffle potato, ikura, shiso and daikon; BBQ Pork Belly served with anticucho, tomato and nashi pear salsa; Grilled Baby Chicken marinated in coriander, garlic, and ginger served with spicy pomegranate salsa; and a selection of fresh, sustainably sourced sushi. The menu will also incorporate a tasting menu of seven courses priced at £40...

  6. The heart of Canary Wharf will soon see the opening of Tom’s Kitchen, a modern British Brasserie which uses the finest locally sourced ingredients. Located in Westferry Circus, the new venue will be open seven days a week and will be serving from breakfast right through to dinner. tom aikens david griffen photography 1646 7419 Chelsea 682x1024 Toms Kitchen Canary Wharf | Tom Aikens Heads East Tom Aikens, Chelsea, © David Griffen Photography Using classic Brasserie-inspired décor throughout, there will be a dining and bar area, as well as a welcoming communal area, featuring coloured leather and glazed tiles giving it an authentic feel. Tom’s Kitchen will also have an outside terrace which will seat 80, perfect for after work drinks or al fresco dining...

  7. The heart of Canary Wharf will soon see the opening of Tom’s Kitchen, a modern British Brasserie which uses the finest locally sourced ingredients. Located in Westferry Circus, the new venue will be open seven days a week and will be serving from breakfast right through to dinner. tom aikens david griffen photography 1646 7419 Chelsea 682x1024 Toms Kitchen Canary Wharf | Tom Aikens Heads East Tom Aikens, Chelsea, © David Griffen Photography Using classic Brasserie-inspired décor throughout, there will be a dining and bar area, as well as a welcoming communal area, featuring coloured leather and glazed tiles giving it an authentic feel. Tom’s Kitchen will also have an outside terrace which will seat 80, perfect for after work drinks or al fresco dining...

  8. Mr. Fogg’s, a new and extraordinary bar has opened in Mayfair, drawing its thematic premise from Jules Verne’s infamous adventurer Phileas Fogg. The design of the bar is based on the Victorian Mayfair house in which Fogg himself would have lived...