The people behind Covent Garden's The 10 Cases have popped just across the street for their next restaurant, the seafood restaurant Parsons. We went down for a look.
If you want to eat well and do something for others this Christmas - then head straight to Covent Garden where Cook for Syria is launching a popup cafe and takeaway in the heart of Seven Dials - open from this weekend until Christmas Eve. The popup cafe, on the middle of Monmouth St, will serve mezze dishes by the Syrian chef Imad Alarnab, from the much-loved Imad’s Syrian Kitchen popup: he’ll be making delicious plates of hummus and labneh and babaghanoush which
The Ten Cases is growing again - this time across the road, where they're opening a restaurant that's all about seafood.
Baileys lovers, 'tis the season to be jolly as you're getting your own festive pop-up in Covent Garden, with customisable drinks, Baileys desserts and chocolate reindeer.
If you, much like us, can't simply can't get enough creamy booze goodness as soon as it hits December, then you'll be wanting to get yourself down to the new 'Baileys Treat Shop' stat.
There, you'll be invited to curate
Everything about By Chloe. screams NYC cool, from the full stop in its name to its determination to call itself ‘plant-based’ instead of just plain vegan. But aside from that, there’s more than enough to draw in animal-loving punters - from its super central Covent Garden location to its vegan mac and cheese and quinoa taco salad.
Wondering if we've gone peak London? Wonder no further as Covent Garden prepares to welcome the city's first permanent avocado all day restaurant
If your idea of welcoming in the weekend involves curling up with the papers quietly at home, then we're pretty sure that the new Joe Allen brunch won't be for you.
On the other hand, if you love the idea of someone belting out Defying Gravity or Luck Be A Lady while you knock back a Bloody Mary or two, then this is right up your street.
The piano brunch runs all weekend with a soundtrack of live show tunes to sharpen your appetite. Dishes are
It seems just about everyone is getting in on the animal-free thing lately, from Pret to KERB. Now, not one to be left out, Carluccio’s has just announced they’ll be
Theatreland stalwart Joe Allen has moved, but has it taken its legendary charm with it? We went to find out
The people behind the Palomar and The Barbary have opened a coffee shop with some pretty bad-ass cakes on offer. We pop down for a look.
23/8/17 - Updated with opening details and the menu.
There's another new place from the people behind the ever-popular The Palomar and The Barbary, siblings Layo and Zoe Paskin. They're opening a new coffee shop called Jacob the Angel in Neal's Yard.
The menu has been put together by head chef Daniela Gattegno, who was sous chef at nearby The Barbary and before that Ottolenghi, Moro
15/8/17 - updated with opening date
What: Adam Handling opens in Covent Garden
In a nutshell: The Frog goes west
Summing it all up:Adam Handling is bringing his Frog concept from Spitalfields to Covent Garden.
Covent Garden gets a new coffee shop from a duo that started their business as an Old Street pop-up
There's a new wine bar in Covent Garden by the same people behind Encant. And it's all about the cheese and charcuterie too. We check it out.
They're pretty huge in the States and now P.F. Chang's is coming to London with their new concept. Expect an Asian brunch and drinks from the people behind Worship St Whistling Shop.
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