Megan's have already opened two successful restaurants on King's Road and Parson's Green and this is their third. As before, expect cafe by day, restaurant at night and for dogs to be very welcome at any time.
If your idea of a great time out is breaking bread with your mates or family, then new restaurant Fayre Share in Victoria Park Village will be right up your street. Every dish here can be ordered in sharing sizes making this a great place for groups.
Looks like there could be another new Caravan on the way - this time on Great Portland Street. Expect coffee and brunch aplenty.
Having closed The Richmond in Hackney, Brett Redman and Margaret Crow are back in the seafood game with their new restaurant at the swanky Principal Hotel London on Russell Square.
The much-loved Clapton wine bar always did well when it came to food and now they're going one step further opening their first full restaurant in Netil House where Ellory used to be.
City breakfasts just got a whole load more fun with the arrival of Le Swine in Spitalfields - the first permanent spot for the popular bacon buttie street food traders.
They've already opened around the country and internationally too, and now San Carlo are bringing their main Italian restaurant to London. And id sounds like they've spared no expense.
So this clearly isn't your average bowling alley (particularly if your local bowling alley is the lovely, but oh so very unmodernised Rowans in Finsbury Park). It's the new All Star Lanes which has just opened in the new Westfield London extension and it does look beautiful. The whole place is massive with 10 walnut-finished bowling lanes, karaoke rooms, no fewer than three bars and a private room to boot.
The whole thing aims to be a little slice of Miami in West
Charred, smoked and grilled is the name of the game at Brigadiers, which will be cooking up all manner of kebabs, chops, tikka and feasting options for hungry City sorts, with a huge selection of beer to wash it all down.
The ex-Claridges Head Chef returns to London to open a riverside restaurant and cafe at the Tower of London with a terrace and bar overlooking the Thames.
South London duo are teaming up with J2K to open their own restaurant serving everything from fried chicken to waffles and, of course, crepes.
So this is a bit of a surprise. We weren't expecting to hear about a new Corbin and King (The Wolseley, Delaunay, Zedel et al) restaurant opening, but in an email today Jeremy King announced they'll be opening in St John's Wood next year.
"I am delighted to let you that we have just received the keys to a new site in St John’s Wood – on the High Street." said Jeremy. The site is the old Carluccio's. But before you get too excited, it seems there's
They've been mainstays of the street food scene for a while, and now fried chicken purveyors Mother Clucker are settling down with a permanent Exmouth Market restaurant.
Just around the corner from Selfridges and St Christopher's Place, chef Zahra Khan is getting ready to open an all day cafe with a special breakfast menu by popular Finnish Instagrammer Vanelja.
The team behind Gunpowder, Madame D and Gul & Sepoy bring their latest to Tower Bridge. And there will be a bakery/wine bar too.
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