This Soho restaurant has a Swiss-inspired menu that means quite a lot of tableside theatre will be involved - from Raclette dips to fondues and grill-your-own-food charbonnades.
Having built up a fanbase at the Boxparks in Shoreditch and Croydon, street food traders Coqfighter are hoping they have the chops to take on central London.
It's been common knowledge for a while that Australian chef Shaun Presland had his sights set on opening a restaurant here in London. But last week, we finally found out exactly where. He's opening Pacific, taking over the space recently vacated by Foxlow on Lower James Street in Soho.
If you're wondering why this is big news, well Shaun's a hugely well-respected Aussie chef, who's spent years learning about Japanese cooking from some of the best
Big news dropped last night in one of restaurateur Jeremy King's irregular emails. In between updating folk on the progress of Corbin & King's next restaurant Soutine, he casually dropped into the conversation that they were also working on a huge new place.
Taking over the spot once held by Jackson And Rye, this is a retro-styled restaurant with American food and revue acts.
Soho's latest opening is a Japanese izakaya-style spot. Robata, which officially opened its doors on Old Compton Street today, is a project from entrepreneur Sonny Huang whose family has two Chinese restaurants in Birmingham.
Sonny has teamed up with designers turnerbates Design & Architecture to come up with this Japanese pub serving up dishes cooked over the open robata grill. On the menu you'll find:
The people behind Chick n' Sours are bringing their fast food fried chicken spot CHIK'N to Soho's Wardour Street. Expect their usual top class fried chicken sandwiches and some new additions to the menu too.
SOW is kicking off a new bowl food brand in Soho - and they've a menu from an award-winning chef.
Now we know there are plenty of fun police out there who hate the idea of gimmicks. But we are not among them and, frankly, this latest conceit at Burger & Lobster sounds like an absolute hoot.
The Soho branch of the restaurant group has teamed up with Taittinger to launch the Champagne Train - where flutes of champagne are served by a train rolling down a 9m model railway track on the bar itself.
It's their version of the bottomless brunch. So
It's all go for On The Bab. The Korean street food spot has moved from Marylebone to Soho and opens today on Archer Street, replacing owner Linda Lee's Mee Market.
The new Soho restaurant will serve up the usual bibimbab, bao, dumplings and Korean fried chicken that the group has become known for. But there'll also be a few new things on the menu, exclusive to Soho - including a Korean-style wrap - stuffed with rice, vegetables and kimchi and your choice of bulgogi
Yeni sees a top Turkish chef open in the heart of Soho. We head down to take a look.
Momos will take centre stage at Fatt Pundit which is inspired by the Indo-Chinese food found in Kolkata.
25/2/19 - updated with Asma's charity details
We've known for quite a while that London's very own Asma Khan was going to be the star of the upcoming Netflix TV series but were sworn to secrecy until Netflix deemed it time to go live with the info. And, honestly, we just couldn't be more pleased. Asma's rise to star restaurateur and chef status hasn't been an easy one, as she tells us below, but it's most
Are theme restaurants going to be a thing again? Because if what's being planned to replace MASH in London turns out to be right, we have to wonder what else will be around the corner.
As first reported
Next time you pop into Carnaby Street’s Jack Wills, BEAR’s new in-store cafe will be on hand to ensure you’re fueled up with coffees, croissants or if it’s after 5pm, a glass of something stronger while you flick through the rails.
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