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The CODE Bulletin
London | 25 Sept

It's all go in Soho: The Good Egg is to open a second branch in Kingly Court, sushi-meets-sandwich concept Inigo will open on Great Windmill street, Dulwich pop-up Oxalis finds a new home at the Sun & 13 Cantons and Aegean restaurant Hovarda will open on Rupert Street in November. In other news, a new branch of The Watch House is to open on Fetter Lane and burger company Cut & Grind is opening its first site inside the student accommodation Urbanest.


Best Bites
The Dumbwaiter's Best Bites of the Week

From fashion shows to Friday fish. Here are The Dumbwaiter's Best Bites of the Week.


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THE NEW YORK TIMES |“He was always going to be a restauranteur”

Drew Nieporent has opened more than 40 restaurants in 32 years including Middle Eastern (Layla), Japanese (Nobu) and Italian (Zeppole)...


The CODE Bulletin
London | 18 Sept

Rochelle Canteen takes over the bar, café and restaurant at The Institute of Contemporary Arts, Dan Keeling and Mark Andrew of Noble Rot magazine & restaurant have launched an eponymous wine import company. In other news, Sophie’s steakhouse is to open a second branch in Soho, Kerb celebrates fifth birthday, and Peckham welcomes the opening of Spike + Earl. Congratulations to all the winners of the Young British Foodies awards.


Best Bites
The Dumbwaiter's Best Bites of the Week

From Holland Park to Holborn. Here are The Dumbwaiter's Best Bites of the Week.


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Chef Phil Howard’s kitchen: ‘Everything is exposed. Nothing can be hidden’

With everything on display, ingredients and utensils take centre stage in Michelin-star chef Phil Howard’s kitchen


The CODE Bulletin
London | 11 Sept

Rowley Leigh is taking over the Parabola restaurant in Kensington's Design Museum, Chelsea favourite Bluebird is to open in Manhattan next spring and the Pergola team is set to transform Hammersmith's Kings Mall food court with Feast Canteen. In other news, St. JOHN will be running the food offering at Bridge Theatre and Galatoire's will be running a three day pop-up at Colony Grill Room. Entries are now open for The Daniel Pontifex Scholarship.


Best Bites
The Dumbwaiter's Best Bites of the Week

From Merrion Street to Middlesex Street. Here are The Dumbwaiter's Best Bites of the Week.


CODE Special
24 hours in Berlin

Mikey Williams popped over to the German capital for the weekend. Here are his recommendations for 24 hours in the city.


CODE Special
The Tyrolean way

The idyllic, picture-book province of South Tyrol mixes Alpine staidness with Italian joie-de-vivre making it a magical holiday destination within easy reach of London. Emyr Thomas of Bon Vivant Travel picks the best places to stay.


The CODE Bulletin
London | 4 Sept

Fabian Clark has secured a permanent site for CLAW on Kingly Street, Bob Bob Ricard is set to open its second site in the Leadenhall building in January with Eric Chavot heading up the kitchen and Villa Mama’s will open in London later this month. In other news, chef Neil Gill will open Gilly’s Fry Bar in early September and Doughnut Time is set to open on Shafesbury Avenue in October. A reminder that nominations open today for the Gold Service Scholarship for young front-of-house professionals.

 


Best Bites
The Dumbwaiter's Best Bites of the Week

From Chicksgrove to Cap Rocat. Here are The Dumbwaiter's Best Bites of the Week.


The CODE Bulletin
London | No. 235 | 29 Aug

Layo and Zoë Paskin are to open Jacob the Angel in Covent Garden on Wednesday, Steve Parle has announced an October opening for his latest restaurant Pastaio and new Sweaty Betty flagship store will hold a second Farm Girl branch. In other news, Pickled Fred an Asian-inspired, ferment-friendly restaurant is to open in Shoreditch and Chef Nicholas Balfe is getting ready to reopen Salon after a quick revamp.


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