• Stein's on the Quay is the Padstow pop up restaurant to visit this summer

    steins on the quay pop up restaurant padstow

    Sunny weather got you planning your summer escape from London? Well, there's a new restaurant in Cornwall's foodie capital, Padstow, that you might want to try.

    While a lot of cookery schools fall foul of current social distancing rules, the team at Rick Stein's have cunningly transformed their quayside school into a pop-up restaurant for the summer. Stein's On The Quay, as the name suggests, sits practically in Padstow

  • Prawn on the Lawn moves to a Padstow farm for the summer

    prawn on the lawn cornish farm

    In news that has got us googling prices of train tickets to Padstow, Prawn on the Lawn's Cornwall outpost is switching locations for the summer.

    Katie and Rick Toogood, who run the restaurant and fishmongers in Highbury & Islington as well as the place down in Cornwall, are relocating their Padstow restaurant to a nearby Cornish farm for the summer.

    Prawn on the Farm will be their summer residence, taking over space at nearby

  • Test Driving Wright Brothers At Home - from the shore to your door

    wright brothers at home delivery review

    While we wait for London's seafood restaurants to reopen for business, Wright Brothers are bringing their amazing seafood from the fish markets of Brixham right to Londoners' doors. We took a box to check it out.

  • Richard Corrigan starts Bentley's delivery service with Mr Oyster Boy

    bentleys london launches the oyster boy delivery

    Right now, we can't think of anything we'd like more than to perch up at the marble counter at Bentley’s Oyster Bar & Grill with a glass of fizz and oysters being shucked in front of us.

    But, while we wait for that day to arrive, we can at least take advantage of chef/owner Richard Corrigan's new delivery service. Mr Oyster Boy, which launches this week, will bring a range of dishes from that restaurant (along with

  • Cornerstone is selling its salmon pastrami and trout ham

    cornerstone selling its own cured fish

    This weekend, Hackney restaurant Cornerstone had its second birthday. But as they're currently closed for business, it was a bit of a quiet affair, marked only with a post on Instagram by chef and owner Tom Brown.

    While the restaurant itself is closed, clearly Tom wants to keep busy so he's been making his 'sea-cuturie' cured salmon and trout available for pick up from his restaurant. The salmon pastrami and chalk stream farm

  • The Oystermen have launched a shop that delivers across London

    The Oystermen have launched a shop that delivers across London

    We've already seen that many restaurants are becoming shops during the current lockdown, and the latest to join them is The Oystermen. They may be based right in the heart of London in Covent Garden - but they're delivering across the capital too. 

    And it's quite the offering. There's a large range of fish, meat veg and quite the impressive deli and grocery range which includes everything from a harissa nut mix to their

  • Manzi's will be Corbin and King's next project - a huge seafood restaurant in Soho

    Manzi's will be Corbin and King's next project - a huge seafood restaurant in Soho

    Eight years after opening their massive Brasserie Zedel, restaurateurs Corbin & King are launching another affordable restaurant. Manzi's in Soho will be a homage to the much-loved Manzi's fish restaurant and will be a seafood restaurant that's both fun and affordable.

  • Test Driving Wild Tavern - Goodman Restaurants go Italian in Chelsea

    pasta2The people behind Goodman and Beast have come to Chelsea with an Italian restaurant that celebrates seafood, pasta, steak and more. We head over to Chelsea for a look ourselves. 

  • Bourne's fishmongers are opening an evening seafood bar in Highbury

    bourne's fishmonger and seafood bar highbury

    A Hot Dinners exclusive

    Ever since they first opened their doors in Highbury in 2017, Bourne's Fishmongers have been on a mission to share their enthusiasm for British seafood with Londoners. The duo behind it are Lee Bourne and John Long. Bourne trained as a chef at Islington restaurant Fredericks before heading into the fishmonger trade at top London fishmonger Steve Hatt. He teamed up with fellow Highbury local John

  • The Oyster Bar pops up with seafood and champagne at the Notting Hill Fish Shop

    notting hill fish shop london

    Popping up at the newish Notting Hill Fish Shop for the festive season is a Chamapagne & Oyster Bar.

    Run by Chris D'Sylva who we last saw at Islington's The Compton Arms and Chantelle Kallmeier (ex-Wolseley), they'll be serving up French and British oysters along with Ruinart Blanc de Blanc and "a tight list of White Burgundy."

    On the menu you'll find a succinct choice of six oysters, four cheeses including a very

  • The Melusine seafood restaurant is coming to St Katharine Docks

    The Melusine seafood restaurant is coming to St Katharine DocksThis seafood restaurant in the docks is all about serving up sustainably caught seafood from around the British Isles. There'll be ever-changing sharing plates as well as grilled, poached or fried whole fish on the menu. 

  • Wild Tavern on Chelsea's Elystan Street is the latest from the folk at Beast and Goodmans

    wild tavern opening on elystan streetChelsea folk are about to get a new neighbourhood spot with a distinct Mediterranean focus from the same group that gave us Goodmans, Beast and Burger & Lobster

  • Test Driving Lyon's Seafood and Wine Bar - worth making the trip to Crouch End


    Crouch End's dining scene has always been pretty interesting, but the arrival of a group with tonnes of restaurant experience to open this sustainable seafood and wine spot actually makes it worth crossing town to try.

  • Baccala is bringing seafood and Italian wine to Bermondsey Street

    baccala restaurant bermondsey streetTwo Italian friends are behind this new seafood restaurant and wine bar on Bermonsey Street where the Italian wine selection is every bit as important as the fresh and raw fish being served up

  • Test Driving Seabird - What's that in the sky? London's hottest new restaurant.


    We head up to the 14th floor of the Hoxton Southwark and fall hopelessly in love with this high rise seafood spot where the decor is pure Miami but the vibe is all London.

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