It's all change on Dean Street as Rambla transforms into fine dining Californian spot SoLA. We went to see what a Soho meets the west coast of America looks like on the plate.
Lina Stores has been in Soho for 75 years, but now they've just opened a big new restaurant and deli in King's Cross. We went down for a look.
The Ivy Asia sees the group taking over from Jamie Oliver's Barbecoa in St Paul's. And they've gone BIG, We stepped onto their glowing floor to check it out.
Having popped up in residencies across town, Tel Aviv chef Oded Oren has settled on Dalston for his permanent and hospitable home.
The arrival of Douglas McMaster's no-waste restaurant Silo has been hugely anticipated. We head to Hackney to see if it can live up to those big expectations.
Having sharpened Londoners' appetites for Spanish and Italian food with the Salt Yard Group, the former founder is now hoping his new opening Volta do Mar will do the same for Portuguese food.
Jonny Lake and Isa Bal have opened Trivet in Bermondsey - and they've brought plenty of ex-Fat Duckers with them. We nipped over to London Bridge to check them out.
Employing Irish talent and using Irish produce as inspiration, Richard Corrigan's new London opening challenges perceptions of what it means to be an Irish restaurant. We went down to London's Silicon Roundabout to try it out.
Mayfair's first food hall is, as you might imagine, a glamorous affair. Set in a Grade I listed church it has everything from a crypt wine bar to pizzeria, roof terrace and grocery store. We went to check it out.
The latest Market Hall has landed just off Oxford Street. It's their largest food court yet - we went down for a first look.
Le Comptoir Robuchon in Mayfair aims to keep the legacy of Joel Robuchon alive. We head down to try it out (and their amazing pureed potato).
The old Walton Lodge laundry building in Brixton finally has a new inhabitant, from the same people behind The New Zealand Wine Cellar in Pop Brixton. We head to Coldharbour Lane to visit The Laundry.
Sam Harrison, the man behind Sam's Brasserie, has found a riverside home for his latest restaurant. We head to Hammersmith for a look.
Crouch End's dining scene has always been pretty interesting, but the arrival of a group with tonnes of restaurant experience to open this sustainable seafood and wine spot actually makes it worth crossing town to try.
Popping up in Shoreditch for six months only, we head down to check out Emile - the restaurant from The Drapers Arms' Nick Gibson and chef Damian Clisby.
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