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The past few months haven't been the greatest for the hotel business, but that isn't stopping new hotels from opening. Sure, quite a few have put their opening dates back a bit - but here's one that's just about to open in Clerkenwell.
Yotel already has hotels in both Heathrow and Gatwick - now they're moving into central London for the first time. If you're unfamiliar with them, they're best known for their
Have you been going low on pork pies and confit potatoes? Well, if you're local to Clerkenwell, the painful wait is over. The Quality Chop House shop closed just as the current lockdown began, as many restaurants were unsure of their next moves. But as of today, they're back in action.
There's a slightly new look - things have been moved around to facilitate social distancing - but they're promising that all their usual stock is in
Firebrand pizza has won a lot of fans in its original Marylebone site - and now they're opening a second pizzeria in Clerkenwell. But that's not all, as they're also opening Diggs, an all-day cafe next door.
Wing Shack has grown quite the following in Loughton, so they're coming into town with a new chicken shop in Clerkenwell. Expect wings, fillets, burgers and more - as well as a pretty varied selection of sides that includes plantain and cajun squid.
It's early news on this one - but we hear that Clerkenwell is getting a promising new restaurant in 2020. It sees painter Jonny Gent, restaurateur Jon Spiteri (one of the founders of St John) and architect Russell Potter (SODA) restoring an old Grade II courthouse for a mix of a creative studio and a restaurant with bar.
it's one of the best restaurants in Clerkenwell and serves a mean weekend brunch, but now Modern Pantry is losing the chef that's led it for ten years. Chef Anna Hansen, who also launched Providores with Peter Gordon (which is closing at the end of July) before opening the Modern Pantry, is moving on.
Here's what she had to say:
I can’t thank the loyal customers of The Modern Pantry enough for making it the
When the bartender who ran the World's Best Bar for years prepares to open an all-day bar and restaurant in London with fellow top class mixologist Monica Berg, you better believe people are going to sit up and take notice. And when TÁ TÁ Eatery is in charge of the food? Lucky Old Street.
The former wine buyer at Club and Cellar Gascon has come back to the area to open a wine and tapas bar on St John Street.
Following on from their TacOver series, in which chefs from all over the world popped up at their gaff and did some amazing taco mashups, the guys at breddos are doing a special seasonal version.
Their Christmas TacOver is going to be a one off tasting menu with TABASCO® Sauce and they've lined up some cracking partners for it. Joining Nud in the kitchen in Clerkenwell will be:
Head to Stevie Parle's restaurant in Clerkenwell where the new Autumn menu has just been revealed.
We reported on Quality Chop House opening a wine bar back in July - but now they're taking things a little further. Their former Sous Chef Nick Bramham will be putting together a new menu for the place, serving up small plates every Tuesday - Saturday night. Here's what's on the menu:
London is awash with collaboration menus and cocktail pop-ups, but one coming to Clerkenwell next month sounds particularly noteworthy.
MARTINI are joining up with Italian restaurant LUCA for a month long aperitivo festival and the food sounds every bit as amazing as the drinks they'll be serving to go with them. They've roped in Michelin-starred Head Chef Matteo Baronetto of Turin’s Del Cambio, one of Italy’s oldest restaurants. Matteo has, in turn, worked with LUCA
Not content with a restaurant, bar and deli, Farringdon's Quality Chop House is now adding a cafe too. If you've been to the deli there recently - and we have many times for arguably the best pork pies in London - you'll have seen the wine shop that's next door (previously run by Noble Wines). It's that area that's becoming their new cafe.
There you'll be able to sit down and work your way through as many of those pork pies as you can (and we
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