Former NOPI Head Chef Ramael Scully is to open a restaurant in St James’s Market in the new year, the Pergola team have announced “epicurean avenue” The Prince at West Brompton Crossing and Club Gascon reopens after its refurb. In other news, 184 Green + Grill is to open in Notting Hill next month and London hospitality gets charitable with annual fundraisers StreetSmart and Auction Against Hunger.
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Acclaimed Stockport restaurant Where The Light Gets In has introduced a pre-pay booking system, Mackie Mayor will open their Northern Quarter market on 17 October and Swedish health-food mini-chain Friska is coming to Manchester Science Park. Over in Leeds Caddick Developments have announced their plans for SOYO, Mahmood Mazhar is to redevelop a Merrion Street site and Liverpool is to get the north-west's first Rosa’s Thai.
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Big names are coming to The Kitchens in Old Spitalfields Market, Koya is to open in The Bloomberg Arcade and the winners of the SRA's Food Made Good awards have been announced. In other news, Swingers are to open a vast 20,000sq ft site in the old BHS building, and Italian is the order of the day with new openings Passo and Flour & Grape. In addition, ToastED is to reopen as a new Terroirs, whilst Nape is to pop up in the West End.
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Harry’s Dolci from Caprice Holdings is due to open in Knightsbridge in December, the latest outpost of Cinnamon Kitchen has been announced for Battersea Power Station and soba noodle specialists Yen is to open at the 190 Strand development in November. In other news, CODE congratulates the new recipients of the Michelin Bib Gourmands, Dabbawala is to open on Maddox Street and Simon Wright has been working on an urban cidery just off Maltby Street Market.
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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.
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