After a good start in Notting Hill, Parisian restaurant Cocotte is moving East to trendy Hoxton Square, where they’ll be serving up ethically sourced chickens by quarter, half or whole, plus healthy salads, sides, and a selection of rather nice-sounding homemade sauces…
Ellory has moved to Shoreditch and been reborn as Leroy. We went to experience the shift in direction in action.
Tomos Parry's much-anticipated restaurant has opened in Shoreditch. We went to see if it could live up to the hype.
The Brunswick House restaurateur and his chef and partner Andrew Clarke have a fire and ice focus for their new Shoreditch restaurant with an ice bar for raw fish and shellfish and open hearth cooking for meat and vegetables.
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Nuno Mendes' next project will be an intimate restaurant seating diners around one table in a space in Shoreditch.
The Blues Kitchen on Curtain Road has given its basement bar a completely new look with a whisky-based drinks list and a women-only soundtrack.
We make a return trip to Lyle's in Shoreditch to try their brand new - and ever-changing - bar menu.
Patty & Bun have just launched their first ever vegan burger. Intrigued? Well, if you're minded to go and try it this week, the Whoopi Goldburger consists of a tempeh (that's fermented from soya beans for the uninitiated - yes, we had to look it up) and mushroom fritter, topped with pickled cucumbers, diced onion, double smoked gouda cheese, mustard, ketchup and lettuce - all in a bonsoy milk bun.
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The ex Kitty Fishers chef is opening his own place in Shoreditch with a mix of cooking on fire, Welsh and Basque cuisine.
Small plates, sharers and snacks as the team from Michelin-starred Hackney restaurant Ellory up sticks and head to Shoreditch for a new, more laid back venture that will feature their own Vermouth.
James Lowe’s restaurant Lyles, in Shoreditch’s Tea Building, is launching a new standalone bar menu. And it's sounding rather good.
It’ll be around 10 to 12 small dishes, alongside a mix of new and old dishes. Based on the first look at a sample menu (like the set menu, the bar menu will change daily) there’ll be plenty of variety on the price front with dishes from £4 for an individual oyster
The people behind Looking Glass Cocktail Club have opened their latest venture, a drinking and dining den that's within an old Shoreditch iron factory.
The original Hawksmoor has been around for over a decade, so it was time for a revamp. We head down to see what's changed and what's new on the menu.
Burgers, mac’n’cheese and milkshakes, and not an animal product in sight as vegan junk food vendors The Vurger Co bring their plant-based approach to Shoreditch for their first permanent venue.
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