The Pergola crowd know a thing or two about rooftops - now they've taken the next step by opening up a greenery-laden year-round spot on the roof of the Olympia, and will be keeping punters warm and dry, without having to forgo the view, thanks to glass walls.
Having opened Riding House Cafe and now runnning Blixen Clive Watson is well able to put together a lovely all day space so hopes for this new Tower Bridge hotel restaurant/cafe are high.
The cafe with the pink wall of flowers is expanding with two new central London openings planned for behind Oxford Circus and in Selfridges.
Burgers and poutine are given a classic French treatment at this Francophile street traders third London opening in Tooting Market.
Opening up right next door to Franco Manca, the burger chain that brought you the Dead Hippie and introduced Londoners to the delights of the Jagermiester ripple ice-cream is bringing its burgers to South London.
Expect a British/Italian small plates menu from this new vegetarian and vegan restaurant opening up on Stoke Newington High Street
A new two-storey vegan spot in East London with a lengthy drinks menu, lots of international food and an ingredients list that's so organic, it's certified by the Soil Association.
There'll be space for 120 and a similarly large menu packed with curries, salads, rice, noodles and plenty of little tapas plates for you to sample at Giggling Squid's 28th branch.
After a successful pop-up a few years ago, Albert Adrià is coming back to London for good with an all-dessert restaurant in the swanky Hotel Cafe Royal.
Don’t be distracted by the highly ‘grammable flower tunnel and croquembouche tower - it’s the gorgeous French eclairs, choux and chouquettes you’ll be wanting to focus on at this new branch of Maitre Choux.
Seb Lyall, the brains behind London's naked restaurant and Bletchley Park cocktail bar, is at it again with a whole, 200-cover space to play with on Hackney's Mare Street. First up - an arcade that rewards, or punishes you, with shots, depending on how well you play.
Covent Garden's Flesh & Buns is opening a second restaurant just north of Oxford Street and this one's going to be huge with more of a Peruvian Nikkei vibe going on as well as the old izakaya favourites.
What can’t you cook on a grill? Nothing, according to Alexis and Emmanuel Ross, who are taking inspiration from the tapas and pintxos bars of northern Spain for their new venture Screwdriver by cooking everything 'a la plancha'.
The team behind Gunpowder, Madame D and Gul & Sepoy bring their latest to Tower Bridge. And there will be a bakery/wine bar too.
Albion & East, who’re known for their cavernous, shabby-chic halls, scale things back a bit with Cattivo, a new Italian-style cafe with a basement cocktail bar.
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