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HOP is bringing Vietnamese food on the go to Broadgate

Coming soon to that growing foodie hub in Broadgate is a new Vietnamese restaurant, Hop, that specialises in boxes of Vietnamese food to have on the go (the word "hop" means box in Vietnamese). 

The menu will cover the wide range of Vietnamese cuisine, including pho and banh mi, bun noodle salads and fusion summer rolls. It's been set up by a former City worker, Paul Hopper, inspired by his own t…

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Tooting's The Selkirk relaunches with River Cottage chef Daniel Stevens

Tooting foodies have what looks to be a promising new gastropub in their midst. The Selkirk, which used to be a pizza and nachos kind of pub, relaunched a few weeks back with a new team. And key to what's making this place sound worth a trip is who's in the kitchen.

Chef Daniel Stevens might look familiar to anyone who used to watch Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall's River Cottage on TV. For four year…

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Red's True Barbecue comes to London and lands in Shoreditch

There's no slowing down the barbecue trend in London as another restaurant will soon be smoking all sorts of meat in Shoreditch. This time it's Red's True Barbecue, which has a number of restaurants in the north (Leeds, Manchester, Nottingham, Headingly), and this is their first in London.

The menu will be the same as in their other restaurants with some fairly outlandish dishes on the menu. Like…

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Mayfair's 34 to host week long Gone Fishing pop-up from Ben Orpwood

Mayfair restaurant 34 is undergoing a week-long change in May as they invite Ben Orpwood, a British chef now based in Sydney, to take over the kitchen for their Gone Fishing pop-up for six days.

He'll be revamping the menu with his own dishes which include:

  • Sharing plates with sashimi, scallops with yuzu & soy granita and tuna tataki from the raw bar
  • Fish skewers, spicy barbecue octopus, hot…

Read more: Mayfair's 34 to host week long Gone Fishing pop-up from Ben Orpwood

Grillstock comes to London with a new Walthamstow smokehouse and festival too

For folks in E17, there's a new local BBQ opportunity as Bristol fave Grillstock warms up for their upcoming festival with a brand new smokehouse. It's the first time they've come to London and they've already opened the doors in Walthamstow.

At the new venue, you can expect a soundtrack and design inspired by their festivals (more of that below) and a mix of booths and communal tables. As for th…

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Dom Pérignon dining experience with Skye Gyngell hits London

Updated 25/4/15 with menu

If you've a taste for the finer things in life, you'll be wanting to get your name down for Les 3 Étages by Dom Pérignon. It's a ten day dining experience, taking place in a secret central London location in May.

What we do know is that the venue is a traditional London townhouse. Over three floors, three expressions of Dom Pérignon will be explored with a series of parti…

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Sesame by Ottolenghi director Noam Bar is coming to Covent Garden

23/4/15 Updated with menu details.

London's love of Middle Eastern food is one of 2015's most obvious culinary trends, which makes Noam Bar in the right place at the right time for the launch of his new restaurant Sesame. Bar, one of the founders of Ottolenghi, has taken inspiration from the market stalls and smoking grill street food of the Middle East for his Covent Garden opening.

"We researche…

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Sake no Hana's cherry blossom pop-up Sakura returns

21/4 updated with new pics

Yes it is indeed Spring, don't let that cold weather fool you. And with Spring comes the cherry blossom and one of our favourite London pop-ups, Sakura at Sake No Hana.  Simply put, the bar is completely redesigned to become an indoor cherry blossom garden. You can see more about last year's pop-up here which is all part of the Japanese tradition of celebrating the cher…

Read more: Sake no Hana's cherry blossom pop-up Sakura returns

Mommi to bring Peruvian/Japanese cuisine to Clapham High Street

Nikkei cuisine - that fusion of Japanese and Peruvian food - is about to hit South London with the news that MOMMI is opening this June. The 85-seater restaurant is from the team behind Camden's KOKO, who already run Bison & Bird in Clapham. They're going to be putting on a mixture of raw and robata grill dishes.

The group's Executive Chef Paul Sowden has put together a menu featuring ceviche…

Read more: Mommi to bring Peruvian/Japanese cuisine to Clapham High Street

Crosstown Doughnuts are coming to Broadwick Street, Soho

22/4/15: Updated with launch date.

We're big fans of Crosstown Doughnuts here and so we're very pleased to reveal the news that they are planning a new permanent shop that'll be opening in Soho in Spring.

The new shop will follow the success of their successful Piccadilly Station pop-up that's finishing up in May. As JP from Crosstown puts it, "Piccadilly Circus Station has been a great test for…

Read more: Crosstown Doughnuts are coming to Broadwick Street, Soho

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