The Gladwin Brothers will be opening their third restaurant, Nutbourne in Battersea this autumn and Furanxo, a Spanish bodega will open in Dalston. In other news, Mexican restaurant Santo Remedio has closed, Patty&Bun will open their sixth London site on Goodge Street and a new chicken restaurant and bar Fancy Funkin Chicken will open in Brixton.
From sea bass in Shoreditch to seafood in Mallorca. Here are The Dumbwaiter's best bites.
Jay Rayner discusses the decline in the UK’s pig breeding, Brexit and China…
Foodism meet the writers whose reviews are shaping London's restaurant landscape...
Jowett Yu, head chef at Ho Lee Fook, Hong Kong is in London to cook a guest dinner at Lyle's. Lyle's owner James Lowe gives Yu a guided tour of London's tastiest places ...
Jason and Irha Atherton talk about their ever expanding global restaurant empire, balancing work and family life, and Brexit concerns.
English Wine is beginning to shake off its poor reputation, even receiving praise from our neighbours across the Channel. Callum Edge delves into this recent transformation and picks out six of the best.
Robert De Niro and BD Hotels will open boutique hotel, The Wellington, in Covent Garden in 2019 and Tommi's Burger joint is to open its third London site in Soho. In other news, Walkers of Whitehall will reopen after a refurbishment whilst San Carlo is to open a branch of its Fumo brand on St Martin's Lane next month. Finally, a new Middle Eastern inspired restaurant, Jan will open in Battersea.
From Jersey Rocks to chicken sausage. Here are The Dumbwaiter's best bites of the week.
Albert's, a new private member's club, is to open in South Kensington, whilst The Frontline Restaurant at the Frontline Club in Paddington is to relaunch in October following a refurbishment. In other news, ETM Group are to open three new sites in the next six months and wine bar Clarette is to be opened in Marylebone by the daughter of the owner of Château Margaux. Edwardian Hotels London is to open Monmouth Kitchen on Monmouth Street and VQ is to open its third site in London.
From veal tongue in Bergen to lobster in Bray. Here are The Dumbwaiter's best bites of the week.
Callum Edge explores how the appreciation of sake has lagged behind the recent popularity of Japanese food and culture in the UK, but finds that there is a small group of people championing its naissance.
Pastry chefs have become harder to find amid restaurant culture focusing less on French fine dining and show stopping patisserie. Callum Edge takes a look at what has become of the masters of this dying art.
Broadcaster, journalist and restaurant lover Loyd Grossman bypasses the latest restaurant openings in London and New York and takes us out to lunch at Sweetings.