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All the details about the latest restaurant openings and soft launches in London
Check out these new London restaurants and bars that should be on your to-do list
The upcoming restaurant openings that we can’t wait to try
Will Lander of Quality Chop House fame has launched all-day eatery Portland on Great Portland Street
Judy Joo brings Korean fried chicken to Kingly Court with her new restaurant Jinjuu
With Sky Garden at the top of 20 Fenchurch Street now open, here’s all you need to know about the three new restaurants
Indian and Portuguese influences are merged at Cyrus Todiwala's latest opening on Waterloo Road.
Arjun Waney has launched his third Roka outlet, bringing the brand's signature robata grill, sushi and cocktails to Mayfair.
The new interactive Swedish restaurant and cooking school, which opens in Farringdon this evening, will mark its launch night with a showcase for event organisers. Guests will be among the first to
explore this new concept in group dining, which sees groups prepare four-course menus alongside Michelin-starred chefs. To RSVP, email Irina
with your job title and contact details, stating whether you’d like to attend from 5-7pm or 7-9pm.
What was 22 Below has become Central & Co – a contemporary venue with a brasserie/bar on the ground floor and a more intimate drinking space downstairs. Expect a tasteful mix of brass
chandeliers, marble tables and vintage wall lights, with touches of art deco. The menu offers seasonal small plates that combine carefully sourced British ingredients. Drinkswise, the bar
specialises in sparkling wines – some of which appear in fizzy cocktails.
Read more about Central & Co.
Regional cuisine from the southern wilds of the USA is the headline act at Lowcountry – so expect a menu loaded with seafood gumbo, bourbon shrimp, moreish maize-coated green tomatoes and
slow-braised ‘fall-off-the-bone’ racks with a whiskey-laced BBQ sauce. Keep your fingers crossed for a long, hot summer as this is the perfect cuisine for alfresco dining – and Lowcountry’s beer
Read the full review here.
85 year-old St James’s restaurant gets a face-lift