Carousel has just revealed a new Autumn line-up and, as ever, it's pretty impressive. If you're not familiar with Carousel, it's an events space plus a restaurant with a difference in Marylebone. They have an ever-changing list of chefs who take over their kitchens - and often attract some impressive talent from both the UK and abroad. It's also often a good chance to spot chefs who might be
The latest of London's classic restaurants to get a big overhaul is The Royal China Club. It's been part of Baker Street for 12 years and now they're just coming out of a big revamp, during which they've taken over the building next door too.
That next-door takeover now means that they've grown to twice the size - fitting in 180 people. Most of those extra spaces come from the brand new private dining rooms. And they haven't held back on that
Only the best for Marylebone's residents and workers - this new deli and cafe will serve up British produce and Swedish pastries making it a very handy addition to the area.
Update - Dan Doherty tells us all about the new pub, right over here.
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Dan Doherty has been very busy of late. Not only is he a judge on the BBC's Britain's Best Home Cook and is
Delamina is the latest restaurant from the people behind Strut and Cluck. This time there's a much stronger focus on Eastern Med cuisine - we popped along to try it out.
The last three months have been a bit of a whirlwind for chef Dan Doherty. In April he announced he was leaving the restaurant which catapulted him to fame - the open-all-hours Duck & Waffle. Last month his TV show Britain's Best Home Cook launched and news of
For its 21st birthday, Marylebone classic The Orrery got a new look and new menu - we went to check both out.
The chocolates are hand-finished in gold and colour, and you can get even gold in your hot chocolate, which should tell you all you need to know about Connaught Village’s newest cafe from luxury chocolate brand Saint Aymes.
The couple who opened turkey restaurant Strut & Cluck in Shoreditch are now behind this new Eastern Mediterranean kitchen on Marylebone Lane
Marylebone’s Carousel has just announced its next run of guest chef residencies coming in over the next two months, and there's plenty of interesting faces, from Edinburgh's up-and-coming Scott Smith to ingredient-focused Anton Orjollet, and the return of the award-winning Santiago Lastra.
First up on 6-10 February is Glasgow’s Rosie Healey, who cut
Marylebone’s new spot is a cafe by day, bar by night, and comes with a sunshine-soaked Mediterranean-themed menu, plus an indoor garden for you to enjoy.
This is from Bea Vo (who originally set up Bea's of Bloomsbury) and it's the second Butterscotch in London after the successful opening at White City. Expect all kinds of afternoon tea, a porridge bar and more sweet treats.
Hippy Fish will let you create your perfect poke bowl from a selection of upmarket ingredients, or select a pre-made bowl like their premium lobster and black caviar.
Carousel, which knows a thing or two about organising top residencies in its airy Marylebone venue, has just announced its line up of guest chefs for the New Year.
First up, from 4-13 January, its Romy Gill, who’ll be working together with Carousel’s in-house head chef Ollie Templeton to whip up a set menu packed with "West Bengal meets West Country dishes", so expect plates like spicy crab on sourdough with
Simon Rogan's Roganic returns to the same street as the original, but this time as a permanent fixture.
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