Applebee's Fish may be best known for their Borough Market location (after starting as a stall) but now they're about to head further up the river with a summer-long pop-up at the South Bank, joining Truffle under the Hungerford Bridge.
There's a lot to the large space,
The spot under Hungerford Bridge is a prime one for London foodies to keep an eye on. After all, this is where both Pitt Cue and Bleecker have plied their trade in the early days. Now there's a new trader in town. Truffle have opened a summer long residency under the bridge in a shipping container. They'll be serving up a range of burgers (meat and veggie) all with their hit of truffle along with steak and a range of sides.
On the South Bank Menu
Over the course of two days last October, top London bartender and bar owner Ryan Chetiyawardana caused quite a storm on the London bar scene when he announced the closure of the hugely popular Dandelyan in the same week as it took the No 1 slot in the World's Best Bars list.
The bar finally closed earlier this month - but already they've
A restaurant and bar for music lovers has opened on the South Bank - we went to check it out.
South Bank's all-day eating and drinking spot
Spiritland's new Festival Hall digs gives as much importance to what's playing and how it sounds as what's being served up. Oh and it's open very late too.
In case you hadn’t already heard, Dandelyan - recently crowned World’s Best Bar 2018 - is set to close in March 2019. We stopped by to check out their fifth and final menu.
Just in time for the sunny weather, Bleecker is back on the South Bank. If you haven't yet had the pleasure of a mighty Bleecker Burger in the sunshine, then there's no better time than this weekend to head down there and check them out.
They'll be in their usual spot by the Golden Jubilee Bridge, where you'll be able to get all the back cheeseburgers, blue burgers and angry fries that you can handle. And we'll bet
London has no shortage of restaurants with decent views but once you've eaten at London in the Sky everything else must pale by comparison. After all, what bricks and mortar restaurant can compare to being winched 100ft up in the air so you can dine suspended over the city?
For the past four years this restaurant has been popping up all over London and for 2018 it's trebling in size and putting on an impressive roster of
Le Pont de la Tour is getting a new head chef - Julien Imbert who’s clocked up experience at some very famous London institutions, including Sketch, Dinner by Heston, Berners Tavern and most recently as Head Chef at Jason Atherton’s City Social.
He'll also be bringing to the table two years of butchery experience and his Toulouse background, which translate to French classics with plenty of meat-heavy
We're sure that if we were clever enough, we'd be able to give a fittingly bleak monologue about the inherent connection between modern art and junk food - but we're not, so instead we'll just say, hurrah! Burgers, muffins and more with a healthy-ish twist in the Tate Modern.
It's part of the aptly named Tate x Pure Filth pop-up, which will see Gizzi Erskine joined by nutritionist Rosemary Ferguson to
The self-dubbed “MasterChef losers 2016” Bill & Jack, who were finalists on the cooking reality TV show, are bringing their culinary skills to a one month pop-up in the Southbank Centre.
Sunshine and warmer weather means BBQ is increasingly back on the menu - particularly at Southbank’s new BBQ Club & Bar.
It’s a Thamesside pop-up and supper club, set up by Jimmy Garcia (Jimmy’s Underground Pop-Up, DVine Cellars, Cornercopia) and will be spread across two floors. The walk up BBQ bar will remain below, while those who’re joining for the rooftop supper club will head
It’s official - the Rumpus Room is reopening on the 31 March after a serious facelift.
The Mondrian Hotel's restaurant, which overlooks the Thames from the comfort of the 12th floor, has been undergoing a period of lengthy refurbishment. Aside from a range of new playful touches to the interior - pink neon signs, ample indoor foliage, a hall of mirrors - the menu’s had a complete overhaul too.
The new menu will be
What: The Coal Shed
In a nutshell: Fresh seafood, dry-aged steak and specials, plus sharing plates and Sunday roasts, all served Thameside.
Summing it all up: After enjoying considerable success in its seaside home of Brighton, The Coal Shed is making its first foray to the capital where it'll be setting up shop in the new One Tower Bridge development with
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