The City's latest high rise restaurant looks pretty amazing, but having a top chef in the kitchen means there's more to Insta than just selfies of yourself and those views.
The famed pastry chef goes cronut-free in Covent Garden, with pies, pithiviers and puddings on the menu. We take a look.
Dandy, as a concept, has roamed all over London - now it's settled down in permanent digs in Bermondsey's Maltby Street. We went to try out its latest iteration.
The Connaught in Mayfair has managed to launch a third restaurant in the hotel, resurrecting the classic Connaught Grill, adding a Jean-Georges touch. We went down for an early look.
Tom Aikens pares things back for his latest restaurant, with the main emphasis on a counter dining experience. We head along for a look.
The people behind Goodman and Beast have come to Chelsea with an Italian restaurant that celebrates seafood, pasta, steak and more. We head over to Chelsea for a look ourselves.
The restaurant formerly known as Kyseri is now Oklava Bakery + Wine - and we think Fitzrovia residents and workers are going to find this new incarnation to their taste.
Once they were BBQ Dreamz and now they're focused on their Filipino cuisine. We head up to Hackney Road to try Bong Bong's Manila Kanteen.
The second restaurant at the Corinthia London is far from an also-ran as chef Andre Garrett proves with his seasonal, luxury take on the best of British and European produce.
Fitzrovia has a new Eastern-Mediterranean-inspired restaurant in the shape of Ampeli - and it has a pretty decent Greek wine list too. We head over to try it out.
Taking over the old Spuntino site, this new Sri Lankan spot feels like instant hit material with everything from the decor and snacks to drinks channelling Columbo via East London.
It's the latest big addition to Borough Market and sees them edging into the food hall arena, with Elizabeth Haigh's Mei Mei, Brindisa and more all taking part. We head down for a look.
This plant-based restaurant in Spitalfields is a big hit with Hot Dinners readers - we went to find out why.
The Gladwin Brothers have already had hits with The Shed, Nutbourne and others - this sees them opening their latest restaurant in Soho. We head down for a look.
From the group that brought us Yosma and Hovarda comes Barboun - an all day spot in Shoreditch with food inspired by all things Levantine.
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