Badly fancying a taste of Mayfair during the lockdown? Well, the delivery service from Park Chinois offers a bit of luxury direct to your door.
During the last lockdown, Claridge's Davies and Brook restaurant - by NYC chef Daniel Humm - launched a stupidly popular delivery service. Claridge's Fried Chicken, aka CFC, was a massive success and now the service is back for Lockdown 2.0
There is one big new addition to the menu - Humm has added his Roast Chicken with Foie Gras and Black Truffle dish to the menu. Billed as "a family favourite that his mum used
This is VERY poor timing. As London spends its first evening in lockdown once again, one of our bars has just been named best in the world.
The Connaught Bar nabbed the top spot at the hugely competitive The World's 50 Best Bars 2020 which revealed its list today. It was a "deserving winner" said the judges "for the work that is put in and the level of artistry applied to the cocktail craft."
London was the best
They may have temporarily shut up shop on West India Quay, but KERB are about to launch a brand new market in the centre of town. They're launching South Molton Street Market, taking over the pedestrianised street right around the corner from Bond Street Station.
There will be weekly changing vendors, with the best of KERB making an appearance and things kick off with:
It was only a matter of time before somewhere like sketch joined the delivery revolution. Their new ‘sketch at home’ is a series of three meals and a drinks collection that you can either pick up from the restaurant or get delivered to your door.
Mmmm menu & Mmmm vegetarian menus are four-course meals created by sketch's Executive Chef Frederic Don. They're £75 per person (wine pairing is £45/£75 more) and you'll get instructions on
Where is it? On Heddon Street, underneath Momo
Who's in charge? Running things here is Eric Lorincz who previously headed up the American Bar at The Savoy which he took to the top slot in the World's Best Bars list.
What's the vibe? Think subtle tropical meets clubby drawing room - so the chairs are studded Chesterfields while the plants and decor are a bit tiki.
Why is it
While you may not be able to have a martini at the Connaught Bar after 10pm, the hotel has just unveiled something new for the daytime - a brand new patisserie. It's on the side of the building on Mount Street with its own entrance, meaning you can pop in and pick up Connaught cakes and patisseries all day long.
It's both eat-in and takeaway and they'll be featuring 10 seasonal patisseries,
This very extra Mayfair restaurant serves up sushi, steak and great times as an added bonus. We put on our glad rags and joined the Mayfair set for the night.
Over the past two years, Hide's 'diffusion range' - a cafe called Hideaway - has been popping up in various locations - first in the Burlington Arcade and then, for a longer period, down at Chelsea Barracks. Now Ollie Dabbous and his team are getting ready to open it in a permanent spot on Mount Street.
The cafe will take over the spot previously occupied by the Mount Street Deli. Open all day and with seating inside and out
Next door to Momo in Mayfair Mo Diner takes the American diner concept on a spin through the Med with Eric Chavot doing the food.
Next up from Japan centre is a new ramen restaurant, inspired by the Yokocho alleys of Japan and based in Heddon Street. They'll have a range of ramen from across Japan, in a restaurant with a 70s feel.
This Mayfair pub, best known for its pies, has been taken over by the team behind the Guinea Grill. We went down to see what changes they'd made.
Settling in for a longer stretch on Heddon Street, this sustainable restaurant residency has an ex-Dinner by Heston team creating fireworks in the kitchen.
Will Giannino Dal 1899 be the restaurant to succeed at this spot in Mayfair? They're hoping that the long lineage of the Milanese original will entice Londoners to try it.
We're always in the market for an enticing bar food menu and news reaches of a particularly moreish sounding one in Mayfair.
The Lucky Club is a cocktail bar in the basement of streetwear label The Lucky Club's Davies Street store. Now brothers Louis, George and Jack Hartshorn who run the place have launched Katsubo - a Japanese food offering to go with those drinks.
The short menu features six burgers served up inside soft
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