From Peter Street to Panton Street. Here are The Dumbwaiter's Best Bites of the Week.
Leandro Carreira is planning to open an authentic Portugese restaurant, veteran chef Henry Harris is to take over The Truscott Arms and drinks expert Tony Conigliaro has just opened a new bar in France. In other news, Club Gascon has closed for a refurb and refresh, Gul and Sepoy is to open this September and Mam, the latest from Salvation in Noodles will open in Notting Hill. The square has closed for refurbishment and Sosharu will relocate from Clerkenwell to the west end.
From Wigmore Street to Windmill Street. Here are The Dumbwaiter's Best Bites of the Week.
As a new exhibition charts our obsession with photographing food, we look at the hottest dishes, the dark side of Instagrammed cupcakes and how social media is changing the way we eat
Amongst the tumult of sky rocketing rents, lively competition, and the incoming perfect storm of Brexit, Chloë Hamilton looks at what the icons of the London dining scene are doing to keep afloat.
Flavour Bastard will launch next month on Frith Street, Japanese restaurant TAKA is the latest name to arrive at Mayfair's Shepherd Market and US vegan mini-chain ByCHLOE will open a 70-cover restaurant in Covent Garden this autumn. In other news a one-bedroom hotel is to open in the City, the line up of restaurants at Bloomberg Arcade has been announced and Natoora is launching an app to give chefs real time info on their fruit and veg.
From The Pavement to Panton Street. Here are The Dumbwaiter's Best Bites of the Week.
James Wood of Shoptalk talks branding and design with Dan Doherty, Chef Director of Duck & Waffle Local.
Luca Longobardi and Chris Denney of 108 Garage are to open a second restaurant, The Mandrake is to open in Fitzrovia in September and Nuno Mendes is to open a new restaurant in London. In other news, Monocle’s third annual restaurant awards have been announced, Waka, a new grab-and-go concept is to open in London and Chef Scott Hallsworth has launched a new pan-Asian pop up in Farringdon.
From Tower Bridge to Hoxton Street. Here are The Dumbwaiter's Best Bites of the Week.
There is an epidemic ruining our G&T’s. Zeren Wilson is on a mission to bring back tonic water with more fizz.
CODE’s Chloë Hamilton takes a look at the latest goings on from the world of hospitality.
Siblings behind The Palomar and The Barbary will open Jacob the Angel at 16 ½ Neal’s Yard, Grain Store in King’s Cross is to close and the Coal Rooms is to open in Peckham next month. In other news, Jean-Georges at The Connaught is to open this Thursday, The Mint Gun Club has opened in Stoke Newington and Burger & Lobster is to open a second restaurant in Manhattan.
CODE’s Adam Hyman takes a sneak peek at the new Annabel’s that opens in Berkeley Square later this year. The latest project by Richard Caring takes private members’ clubs to a new level.