We're still a little way off from London's Michelin-starred restaurants being reopened, but in South Kensington Claude Bosi isn't hanging around. While his two Michelin-starred restaurant upstairs in the Michelin building will have to wait - right now he's concentrating on the downstairs oyster bar.
From this week, they'll have a new set menu every day for collection - running from Thursday -
Polish restaurant Ognisko has put on a new vodka and caviar deal for the festive season. We went to get in the Christmas spirit.
SW7 restaurant features Madrid chef Javier Rodrigo Alviz, opening at the Hotel London Kensington. At this new brasserie and bar in South Kensington, expect a fusion of Mediterranean and classic British cuisine.
This new pub is the first for a new pub group. They've also brought in a Glasshouse/Chez Bruce vet to look after the menus in all their pubs and there's an ex The Coach chef in the kitchen.
Chucs are back with a new restaurant. They're still running with a modern Mediterranean menu, but this time they're going for a more casual feel.
Cocktails by Rémy Martin and bar food by Claude Bosi - sounds like a cocktail bar match made in heaven. Thankfully it's closer than that - taking over the downstairs bar space at Michelin House in South Ken.
Just over a year since he opened his restaurant at Bibendum, Claude Bosi has unveiled a new look Oyster Bar on the building's ground floor.
The oyster bar was closed earlier this year for a bit of a do-over and the new design sounds tres chic. There's a six-seater oyster bar, as well as open kitchens and the ever-popular florist.
At the oyster bar they'll be serving nine varieties of oyster from England, Ireland and France - from Dungarvan in Ireland to
South Kensington's iconic restaurant now has a chef to match - we pop in to see how Claude Bosi is enjoying his new Michelin home
27/2/17 - Updated with more news about the opening
Late last year, we had been hearing two rumours - one that Claude Bosi of the recently closed Hibiscus was re-opening in South Kensington, and the second that Bibendum was about to land a big name chef. Then we discovered that the two stories were actually related, as Claude Bosi at Bibendum is on the way.
Bibendum is, of course, the impressive
They've been popping up in Fitzrovia, Tower Bridge and Cannon Street, but now Levantine restaurant Ceru is getting ready to settle down. Co-founded by husband and wife team Barry and Patricia Hilton and inspired by their travels in the region, they're setting down with a permanent restaurant in South Kensington.
Ceru will open all day with a modern take on Levantine cuisine as well as classic mezze alongside grilled
Well it's fair to say that Tom Sellers' new venture, Restaurant Ours, burst on to the London scene with one helluva party last night. Hot Dinners somehow managed to slip past the bouncers and hordes of paparazzi to gain entrance to one of the most fun dos we've been to in a while.
The restaurant itself looks pretty amazing. Having taken over the site vacated by The Collection, it was always a dramatic space, but now, filled with full-size trees entwined
So this is interesting. Launceston Place has a hot new Chef Patron in the kitchen. When head chef Tim Allen left the restaurant last summer, we were wondering who would take over from him. Now we hear it's Raphael Francois, who's moved back to London from New York where he was Executive Chef at Le Cirque.
This isn't Raphael's first time in London though. He used to be Executive Chef at The Connaught hotel, working alongside Hélène Darroze, when the restaurant, Hélène
Well here's a pub opening we're pretty darned excited about. The Hour Glass pub is getting two new owners - Luke Mackay and David Turcan, who currently run Brompton Food Market. And if the food offering at the pub turns out to be anything like the stuff we've had from their deli then this might be worth crossing town for.
Luke has form for taking on pubs and turning them into something special, having already done this with well regarded country pub The Royal Oak
With the opening of a beautiful terrace Ognisko has become a restaurant to take real pleasure in