A new location for Wild Honey, Market Halls comes to Oxford Street, Cinnamon Club arrives in Sardinia, Farmer J opens a new bar in their King William Street site and Old Street gains a new resident: Flamboree.
Both the Woodhead Group and the H&M Group open new restaurants, Tania Steytler opens a Thai and Laotian pop-up in Soho, the duo behind Mazi launch a new site and chef Shaun Presland replaces Foxlow with Pacific.
A new sandwich shop in Kings Cross, a second branch of O'ver, Gold opens in Notting Hill and news of the offerings from the Stratford Hotel.
Cooking classes at The Langham, a new bakery on Warren Street, the opening of the new Buxton hotel and Nigella's new app.
A new Islington Italian, a second branch from Chik'n, Bread Ahead kicks off at Wembley this summer and Kapé and Pan open their third branch in Battersea park.
Kebab Queen in Covent Garden, a specialist agave bar coming early April, the continued boom in private members clubs and the shortlist for the Roux Scholarship.
A new 90 cover site from Sam Harrison, a spruce-up from Momo, the announcement of the Great British menu and the fifth annual Murphia List.
A new Charlotte Street venture from Rohit Chugh, Indo-Chinese restaurant Fatt Pundit arrives in Soho, Cannon & Cannon launch a crowdfunder and Kitchen Provisions comes to Coal Drops Yard.
Brian Hughson appointed head chef at 20 Stories, Mission Mars gets second site in Liverpool, Loop opens in Leeds and a offer for Bruntwood Debate tickets at NRB19.
Anna Haugh's first solo restaurant, a private members’ club from the Home House stable, a new neighbourhood Italian - Cent Anni & Who's cooking dinner.
The latest offering from Victor Garvey, a new restaurant on Maddox street showcasing regional Indian food, Bao Borough & Jolt.
The new arrival from Gordon Ramsay, a Pasticceria Marchesi spin off in Mayfair and a Highbury collaboration between Dan Miller, Max and Noel Venning and Brodie Meah.
Northcote's collaborative adventure Obsession continues, there's news from Claridge's, a new concept from Nick Jones and the Soho House group and Southern Indian cuisine is coming to Baker Street.
Fresh from celebrating CODE’s 30 under 30 there’s news from the Mediterranean (A.O.K) and Scandinavia (Soderberg), along with competition from local to global with Brixton Kitchen and the World’s 50 Best.