Would you describe yourself as an honest person? One way to really put that to the test is with the return of Vinery London next month. This irregular pop-up boasts that it's the only honesty wine bar in London where they trust you to pay what you think you should.
The idea is that you buy a ticket (£7.50) which gives you entry plus a wine glass which you can then top as much as you like throughout the evening. When you head off into the night,
This will be the fourth Farmer J in London as they serve up healthy breakfast and lunchtime snacks in their signature "fieldtrays".
The Dining Room at the Ned sees an Italian chef enjoying himself, using the bounty of the British isles.
Waka is coming back to the City, bringing its Nikkei Peruvian/Japanese grab and go food to Houndsditch.
You might remember that a couple of years ago, we tried out a one-room hotel in London - above the Black Rock Whisky bar. Well, that's going through a bit of a change - planning to become what they're calling "London's first Whisky hotel".
Black Rock, the whisky bar previously only in the basement, is taking over
A City restaurant has brought in an exciting new chef to charge up its evening offering. By day Farmer J serves up breakfasts and 'field trays' for lunch to City workers beside Monument. By evening it'll now turn into The Fancy Fork - with chef Shuli Wimer running the kitchen.
Wimer, who was born in Galilee, trained up at L28 in Tel Aviv and then spent five years working at The River Cafe in London will serve up a menu inspired by Middle Eastern and Mediterranean
The prolific D&D restaurant group (who own Blueprint Cafe, German Gymnasium, Quaglinos and more) are gearing up for their next opening. Fen will be near the top of a big new building on Fenchurch St.
They've been street food legends for five years and now Sub Cult are getting a much-deserved permanent place in the City. With brand new subs along with the classics, this looks like your new City lunch spot.
We'll admit, we're quite partial to a Konditor cake, particularly their wonderful Curly Whirly concoction. And now, after a rebrand (they've dropped the "and Cook") they're heading to Bank for their next shop.
And this store will be familiar if you've visited their others, featuring all the celebration cakes you could ever want as well as salted caramel brownies, desserts and more. They'll have ten seats
The next people to get into the food hall business are The YBF's. They're teaming up with Rhubarb for this huge new food and drink area inside the big 22 Bishopsgate development.
The much-anticipated sequel to Bob Bob Ricard has opened in the City with Eric Chavot at the helm. We went to see how the millions have been spent.
The original Bar Douro in Flat Iron Square (near London Bridge) has proven such a hit that they're getting ready to open a second. This time they'll be bringing their Portuguese wine and food to a big new development near Broadgate.
Soho's iconic restaurant Bob Bob Ricard is opening a second place on the third floor of the Cheesegrater and they've got a top chef to head up the operation
Rambla's Victor Garvey is back in the City with his latest Spanish restaurant, Barullo - and this time there's added paella. We head down to try it out.
There's a distinct Spanish flavour to restaurateur Victor Garvey's new City gaff which promises to liven things up in Aldgate.
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