Taking over the site that once held classic Indian restaurant Gaylord is a pair of new openings. There's Pali Hill, serving up Indian seasonal dishes and Bandra Bhai, a basement cocktail bar that's inspired by a smuggling den.
Akoko is the first project from last year’s Masterchef: The Professionals finalist William JM Chilila. He'll be opening this West-African influenced restaurant in Fitztovia
What's a two-Michelin-starred delivery experience like? We try out &Home with James Knappett as his Kitchen Table comes to you.
The main restaurant is now open, but Ben Tish's Norma is taking the at-home set up one stage further, with three flavours to choose from.
First up is the really full-on approach, which essentially brings the restaurant to you. This is completely bespoke and will be fully catered, with chefs and front-of-house staff coming to your home (with all necessary social distancing, of
Scottish chef Nico Simeone has brought his ever-changing six-course tasting menu restaurant Six by Nico to London. We head down to try it out.
Changes are afoot at The Kitchen Table.
The two-Michelin starred restaurant is essentially one big kitchen counter for communal eating. That's been great up until now - but doesn't quite work with the new socially distant age. So the restaurant is not only getting a big refurbishment, but it's also expanding into the Bubbledogs space, where they'll be adding a
Jun Tanaka delivers the best of his menu to your home. We give it a try.
Before the lockdown, Mortimer House was already the host of a number of highly rated pop-ups and supperclubs. Now, as things inch back to normality, they're starting their residencies again, kicking off with Mao Chow.
Mao Chow had previously found fame at a Dalston pop-up before ...
Bubbledogs and Kitchen Table might be closed for dining in for the moment (although Bubbledogs is on Deliveroo) but there's some good news for Bubbledogs fans. Sandia Chang is launching Bubbleshop which will be the place to go to buy the very best grower Champagnes - alongside a
Scottish chef Nico Simeone is heading to London with his concept restaurant, hitting up Fitzrovia with a regularly changing tasting menu.
Yesterday's announcement by the government that restaurants could reopen was welcome news to many. But not all restaurants fit even the 1m plus rule. One such place is Kitchen Table. The two Michelin-starred restaurant in Fitzrovia is all about the counter dining experience - and that's clearly going to take them a little longer to work out how to reopen safely.
So what does one of London's top restaurants do in the meantime?
While there aren't that many people working in central London during the lockdown, other than key workers, some great restaurants are still delivering to those living in the centre of town. We round up the best.
Vegans were already well catered for at David Moore's Pied a Terre, with dedicated a la carte and tasting menus on offer. Now, they've kicked off their delivery service and this has started with an all-vegan menu too.
Here's this week's selection:
Originally hailing from LA. Eggslut opened their first London restaurant in Notting Hill and it was a huge hit. This sees them expanding to Fitzrovia where they'll be serving up more of their eggy buns to Londoners.
Lima, the Peruvian restaurant in Fitzrovia, is the latest restaurant in town to kick off a delivery service - but not just one. They're launching two different offerings at the same time.
First up is Lima at Home. As you can imagine, that's offering up signature Lima dishes to eat... at home. So the menu will feature sea bream or scallop ceviche or slow-braised suckling pig with parsnip &
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