Smoking Goat is to open a second site in London, Island Poké is to open a second site in Broadgate Circle in the City at the end of the month, Italian steak restaurant Macellaio RC is to open its fourth restaurant in London and P.F Chang’s is to launch its first restaurant in London. In other news, Fancy Crab a new all-day restaurant specialising in Red King crab is to open in London and James Cochran is to open a second restaurant in London.
Breddos are to open a second restaurant in London, Indian Accent is to open on Albermarle Street, Mayfair and Suvlaki is to open a second restaurant in London. In other news, Tuyo a new contemporary restaurant serving Mediterranean small plates is to open in Broadway market this month, Killer Tomato is to open a second site in London and owners of Forza Win in Peckham have opened a summer popup in Mayfair.
JKS Restaurants are to open a second Hoppers in London at St Christopher’s Place, Alan Yau is to open a new fast casual Asian restaurant, Ichi Buns, and Neil Rankin's temper City will open this month. In other news, Flesh & Buns is to reopen with a newly designed interior and Italian street food restaurant, Vico, has closed.
Sub Cult is to launch an 18-month pop up in the City in July, Adam Handling is to launch a coffee shop and deli in the City and Ryan Chetiyawardana of White Lyan and Doug McMaster of Silo are to launch a restaurant together in London. In other news, The Garden Café is to open today in the Garden Museum in Lambeth and Tombo are to open their third restaurant in London.
Duddell’s in Hong Kong is to open in London, Amazon has announced that it is to buy Whole Foods for £10.7bn and Minnow, a new neighbourhood restaurant is to open in Clapham Common. In other news, RIGO’ a new Italian restaurant is to open in Fulham next month, The Sportsman has won the Estrella Damm National Restaurant Awards for the second year running and Orso in Covent Garden is to close.
Rola Wala is to open its first permanent site in London and Gabeto Cantina a new all-day brasserie and cocktail bar is to open in Camden. In other news, the ETM Group is to open a new venue in London this month and the owner of Frank’s Café in Peckham has taken over the Camberwell Arms.
Nieves Barragán Mohacho and José Etura are to open SABOR on Heddon Street later this year. The Government of Japan is to open a new venue in London showcasing the culture and food of the country and Clare Smyth is to open her first solo restaurant next month in London. In other news, the founders of Roka, Zuma and The Arts Club are to open a new restaurant in London and VQ restaurant group is to launch a new 24-hour restaurant in London.
Nobu is to open a new restaurant in London. The 240-cover Nobu Shoreditch will open within the new Nobu hotel on Willow Street in July. Mei Ume, a pan Asian restaurant is to open in the new Four Seasons Hotel London and Simpson’s in the Strand is to reopen this summer after a restoration. In other news, Joe Allen is to relocate to a new location in Covent Garden, The Oystermen are to open their first permanent site in London and Bonnie Gull is to run a pop-up in Mayfair this summer.
Francesco Mazzei and D&D London are to open a new restaurant in Battersea this summer. Smoke & Salt is to open in POP Brixton next month. The Terrace at Rosewood London is to host the inaugural GQ Bar pop-up, Adam Rawson is to launch Bite Me restaurant next month and Eighty Six List is to launch a supper club series in Borough Market. In other news, Pamban a new all-day chai and coffee house is to open in Camden Market, Go-Viet has opened in South Kensington, Mother, a new pizzeria from Denmark is to open in the first phase of the Battersea Power Station redevelopment.
La Fromagerie is to open its third site on Lambs Conduit Street, Tony Conigliaro and his business partner Marco Arrigo are to open a second Bar Termini in London. In other news, Dan Doherty is to launch his first solo venture this Summer, Made of Dough is to open its first permanent site in Peckham next month, Mac & Wild’s pop-up in Devonshire Square has become a permanent restaurant and Kricket is to close its POP Brixton site on 27 May.
The Dead Rabbit in New York will host a pop up at Claridge’s Bar from 15-22 August, the founders of Chick ‘n’ Sours are to open a new fast-casual restaurant CHIK’N this July, restaurateur and chef Victor Garvey is to open Sibarita a wine and cheese bar in Covent Garden. In other news, a new tavern taking inspiration from British public houses is to open in The Langham this summer. The team behind Ducksoup and Rawduck will open Littleduck Picklery in Dalston and Radio Alice opens in Clapham.
Co-founders of Pidgin in Hackney are to open Magpie on Heddon Street next month. Santo Remedio will re-open their Mexican restaurant in Zone 1 later this year. Humble Grape is to open a new site in London, The Vincent a new all-day restaurant is to open in Hackney this month and Cartel has opened in Battersea. In other news, an all-day American diner has opened in West London, Simon Rogan has left Fera at Claridges and Shrimoyee Chakraborty is to open a second restaurant in London.
Adam Simmonds is to open a 12-month popup in London, The Japan Centre is to open a new flagship site on Panton Street, by Leicester Square in September and Señor Ceviche is to open a second restaurant in the former Barnyard site in Fitzrovia. In other news, Ahi Poke is to launch a second London site in the NOVA development, Prawn on the Lawn is to move to Islington and Ladies of Restaurants, the London-based collective of women in hospitality will host an event on 15 May.
A new West African restaurant Ikoyi is to open in London this Summer, Neo Bistro is to open in London and D&D have launched plans to open in New York. Orange Brands Management, the owners of SUSHISAMBA will open in Amsterdam this summer. In other news, The Clifton in St John’s Wood is to reopen next month and MEATliquor is to open its eleventh site on Queensway.