Select from Tombo’s classic options or build-your-own poke bowl at their newest venue in Fitzrovia, and indulge in a matcha green tea sundae.
There’ll be hilopites pasta, bottarga fish roe and graviera cheese on the menu at this new Greek restaurant on Great Titchfield Street, from the team behind Roka and Zuma.
A new Fitzrovia branch of Carnaby Street's Señor Ceviche will not only have all the usual favourites, but there'll be an exciting new brunch menu, and an underground pisco bar with loads of cocktails, as well as the usual Sours.
They've popped up in Summer festivals with their van and now Saucy Chip have found a home in Jerusalem Bar and Kitchen. Expect gourmet chips with special toppings.
Monica Galetti's new restaurant on Charlotte Street is taken for a spin.
What: Sonic Sandwich
In a nutshell: Fish finger sarnies and BLTs from the burger maestro Burgerac
Summing it all up: If you like your sandwiches classic and comforting, and ideally accompanied by nachos, get down to Sonic Sandwich, Burgerac’s newest venture, in Little Portland Street’s The Social.
Ever wanted to work your way through the entire set of baos at Bao but thought it was maybe a little too much? Well now you can have the lot, all miniaturised into the new Mini Bao Set.
All five baos are on the mini set - so that's the Classic, slow braised pork, peanut powder, shredded coriander & fermented greens, the Confit Pork, Cod Black, Daikon and a new one to the list - the Beef Short Rib bao - slow cooked beef
06/02/17 - Updated with opening date and menu details
She's currently best known as a MasterChef Professionals judge and before that, Monica Galetti was the senior sous chef at Le Gavroche, where she'd been for 2 years. Next up is her own restaurant called Mere in Fitzrovia.
Here's what we know:
In a nutshell: Indian tapas in Fitzrovia
Summing it all up:The folk behind India's biggest food festival have launched this Indian small plates restaurant and cocktail bar
This winter, you’ll be able to tuck into award-winning burgers and a whole host of British pub classics at The George & Dragon pub, where YBF Chef of the Year Adam Rawson will take the reigns for his first long residency. He's been popping up in various places over the last few months but this sees him setting up shop at The George and Dragon for three
Pilau is the newest in a flurry of roving food vendors to find a home for just in time the winter. After a series of successful residencies, the Indian street food seller has opened its first permanent site in Fitzrovia, and will shortly be taking over another space in Soho before Christmas.
Those visiting their new Goodge street premises will be able to get your hands on a their hearty Indian wraps, choosing
We're very much liking the sound of an imminent pop-up coming to the Newman Arms in Fitzrovia. The whole thing has come about as a partnership between Matt Chatfield (Cornwall Project) will supply the beef and veg, Zeren Wilson the wine and front of house will be Jon Cannon-Gierth (ex Simon Rogan & Tom Sellers).
The whole thing has come about as a partnership between Matt Chatfield - he's supplying the beef and
Breakfast wine, deep-fried oyster baguettes and vermouth gelato - The Remedy is launching a new all-day menu, and it’s an absolute corker.
So what's on offer? While the fresher-faced among us will be able to grab everything a conscientious worker would want first thing - flakey pastries, homemade granola, freshly pressed juices and coffee - they’ll also be serving "breakfast tipple in
Hot on the heels of the flurry of South American restaurant openings in London comes Pisqu, a Peruvian restaurant dishing up cuisine native to its capital city, Lima.
Boasting Japanese, Spanish and Chinese influences, Pisqu’s menu is a tribute to natural ingredients indigenous to the Andes and Amazon. There’ll be aji peppers, yuca, Peruvian potatoes and a whole host of South American herbs we’ve barely even heard of - camu and cedron, or maca and achiote
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