Stevie Parle is about to switch things up a notch in Joy at Portobello. As well as the courtyard and seats upstairs, he's now joining forces with the folk at Spiritland and his own restaurant Pastaio, bringing them to the downstairs space. It'll actually be a development variant of Pastaio, which will act as something of an experimental kitchen for the group.
Three years after closing his much-loved restaurant The Dock Kitchen, Stevie Parle is back with a summertime popup at Ladbroke Dock. We went to check it out.
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There was a lot of sadness when Stevie Parle announced the closure of his much-loved Dock Kitchen back in 2017. While efforts to find a new permanent home haven't quite come to fruition yet - we're getting the next best thing, a huge restaurant,
Good news for the pasta loving workers and residents of Canary Wharf - Stevie Parle's Pastaio is coming your way. The perenially popular pasta spot, which opened in Soho this time last year and has been packing them in ever since, has signed up for a long-term residency at Giant Robot.
They'll be taking over the spot previously held by Pocho in the street food trading space at Crossrail Place.
As you'd expect the menu will feature
Head to Stevie Parle's restaurant in Clerkenwell where the new Autumn menu has just been revealed.
With a regularly changing menu of top fresh pasta dishes, Parle's Carnaby restaurant is the complete package
They say all good things come to an end, so Stevie Parle must be feeling bittersweet about announcing the imminent closure of his first restaurant The Dock Kitchen.
In a newsletter emailed out to the restaurant's clientele, Parle says: "I’m writing to let you know that Dock Kitchen will be closing for good after lunch on the 23rd of December. Our lease is coming to an end and unfortunately we have to move out. I’ve been holding off letting everyone know that we’re
This modern Italian dining room is an exercise in good taste, from design to what's on the plate
If you were tempted by blogger Chris Pople's elegiac account of eating grouse at Racine last year, only to have your hopes at replicating that meal dashed when chef Henry Harris decided to close the restaurant down, then we have good news for you. Henry is returning to the pass for a night at Craft London to cook up a game supper worth
Some of these we've had ourselves, some we've seen being raved about on Twitter and Instagram. What there's no doubt about is that these are the dishes currently being talked up on London's restaurant scene.