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  • Flesh & Buns prepares to relaunch with a new party menu and bigger bar

    fleshbunsCovent Garden has got a hot new party venue as Flesh & Buns prepares to relaunch with a new look and menu

  • Allegra McEvedy is taking over Albertine wine bar on Wood Lane


    What: Albertine

    In a nutshell: Wine bar revamp

    Summing it all up: Chef, author and TV presenter Alllegra McEvedy is returning to her roots and revitalising West London wine bar Albertine

  • The Eagle lands back in Notting Hill


    What: The Eagle

    In a nutshell: Traditional beer and British-Bavarian pub food in Notting Hill

    Summing it all up: Notting Hill’s newest refurbished pub will have unpasteurised beer served straight from the tank, and a menu packed with Bavarian dishes which should go down a treat with the intense flavours of the beer.

  • Tapas Brindisa relaunches in Shoreditch with a regional tapas menu


    Brindisa’s Shoreditch restaurant is set for a winter makeover when it relaunches as Tapas Brindisa Shoreditch. Aside from a pretty serious refurb, the menu’s set to have a bit of a revamp as well. It’ll still be bursting with the quality Spanish food Brindisa are famous for, but this time with a new focus on rural and coastal regions, specifically around the east and south of Spain spanning from Cadiz to Catalonia. It’s due in no small part to the influence from

  • Test Driving the revamped Quo Vadis - compact yet still delivering great British food

    03 quovadisThere are some big changes afoot at one of Soho's oldest institutions. We make a return trip to Quo Vadis to see what's up. 

  • May Fair Kitchen brings in Nobu manager to oversee Mediterranean makeover

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    It's all change once more at the May Fair Kitchen which is closing for a do-over of both the space and the menu. The restaurant at the May Fair hotel, which previously operated as a British grill, has gone all continental. They've brought in Amir Jati, the former head of private dining at Nobu to help switch it over to Mediterranean small plates.

    Looks-wise, the space sounds like it'll be a lot airier with floor to ceilings windows replacing walls

  • Gin trolleys and sharing dishes on the menu at the new look Cinnamon Club

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    MPs heading back to London after the summer recess have a new-look restaurant to check out. The Cinnamon Club has been closed while parliament has been on its holidays and has now repoened after a six week, £1m do-over. Everything from the private dining room to the main dining area has been reworked and they've extended that new brush to the food too.

    Executive Chef Vivek Singh and Head Chef Rakesh Ravindran Nair have all manner of interesting new dishes

  • Selfridges' Brass Rail reopens with a new look and menu

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    Can you believe that Selfridges' iconic Brass Rail restaurant has beens serving salt beef for almost 50 years? The store restaurant celebrates its 50th birthday next year and reopens tomorrow after a pre-birthday makeover.

    While the salt beef remains the same, there are a number of new things to be had - not least their first ever breakfast menu including dishes such as crisp salt beef hash, or smoked salmon served with a soft boiled Buford Brown Egg,

  • Asia de Cuba reopens with new look and menu

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    It's all go at Asia de Cuba, the restaurant at St Martins Lane. The restaurant has been underdoing a redesign - both of its space and menu - and the booking line reopens today.

    The chef behind the new menu is Luis Pous, who grew up and trained as a chef in Cuba. His reworking of the menu at the restaurant sees it split into Ceviches, Small Plates, Salads, Wok, and Plancha.

    Signature dishes will include Tuna Ceviche with seared foie gras, Asian

  • Regent Street rooftop Aqua Nueva undergoes big revamp

    Aqua Nueva

    Aqua Nueva - the rooftop restaurant in the heart of the West End, is having a makeover: they're calling it 'New Nueva' - and promising a series of menu changes and events.

    What's being planned?

    The refit, by top-end restaurant designer Robert Angell, will involve some major structural changes - inspired, say the team, "by historic Spain and sun drenched streets", to create a more open-plan restaurant which looks through onto a separate


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