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In a nutshell: Quique Dacosta does London
Summing it all up: Multiple Michelin-starred Quique Dacosta is coming to the UK with a restaurant that has a big focus on rice. And maybe a bit of paella.
An all-day vegan cafe in Fitzrovia, eschewing junk food in favour of healthy, nutritious dishes.
London's Rathbone Square will be the first European opening for this cool coffee chain which originated as a one man spot in Tokyo.
Yotam Ottolenghi's latest restaurant is here - with fire, fermentation and waste consciousness on the menu. As well as spectacular corn. We pop down for a look.
Fancy making your own cocktails by jamming a miniature into a soft drink can? Then GENUINE Liquorette, inspired by an NYC bar, is just what you've been looking for...
Covent Garden's Flesh & Buns is opening a second restaurant just north of Oxford Street and this one's going to be huge with more of a Peruvian Nikkei vibe going on as well as the old izakaya favourites.
Laura Christie and Selin Kiazim already have success in Shoreditch with Oklava - and now they've brought their take on Turkish cuisine to Fitzrovia with Kyseri. We went down to try it out.
Roast Kitchen is a more laid-back version of the Roast restaurant that's been very popular in Borough Market for over a decade. Expect roast meats to be a big thing...
Yotam Ottolenghi's new restaurant in Fitzrovia will be a bit of a departure. Veg will still be at the heart, but this place with an ex-Grain Store chef will see them using fire and fermentation more.
Looks like there could be another new Caravan on the way - this time on Great Portland Street. Expect coffee and brunch aplenty.
It's always a worry when any central London pub closes its doors, ostensibly to be renovated. So when The Newman Arms shut a year or so ago to have the upstairs section turned into flats, the chances that this historic pub, which had been a popular spot for foodie pop-ups more recently, would ever reopen seemed pretty bleak.
So we're particularly pleased to see that not only is it remaining a pub, but the 18th century boozer has also had a bit of a
For homesick Philadelphians or Londoners wanting a taste of America, this Fitzrovia restaurant is a friendly place for a big feed.
If you haven't heard of Daniel Humm, then this is the main thing you need to know - he's Executive Chef at 11 Madison Park, aka the current Best Restaurant in the World (according to the World's 50 Best). So, as you might expect, it's a little hard to get into his New York
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We make a return visit to Jason Atherton's Fitzrovia hotel restuarant to try out some new seasonal dishes
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