What to do if you're a pie restaurant and want to start serving breakfast? Well, you put the whole thing in pastry, of course.
Epic Pies in St Paul's have just unleashed this epic tart as part of their new breakfast menu. Yes, that's bacon, eggs, baked beans (no longer in danger of spilling off the plate), tomato, sausage and mushrooms (with optional hash browns and black pudding) all served up in a huge puff pastry
Le Bun's latest collaboration is here and they're trying something quite different. This time they're teaming up with Madison (the bar that overlooks St Paul's) for two new specials which are on for 10 days only.
First off is the Le Triple Duck Burger - that's a confit duck patty with truffle mayo, champagne slaw and straw potatoes for extra crunch - and some red wine jus on top if you fancy. Because why
The Ivy Asia sees the group taking over from Jamie Oliver's Barbecoa in St Paul's. And they've gone BIG, We stepped onto their glowing floor to check it out.
Next week's a bumper week for burger folk Five Guys. Not only are they opening their 100th UK store (in St Paul's since you ask) but they're also about to launch their first breakfast menu in four of those stores.
Two of those stores will be in London - the new one at St Paul's and the Oxford Circus branch. Alongside the usual burger offering there'll be four breakfast sandwiches - all a variety on the egg, cheese and bacon theme.
From street food to permanent digs, a mother/son duo are opening up this 'Britisserie' by St Paul's Cathedral, where pies are the main star but you can also get a Brunch Wellington at the weekend.
A London restaurant is putting on a two week carnivore's menu that sounds like the kind of thing Parks and Recreation's Ron Swanson would heartily approve of. For two weeks this September, Paternoster Chophouse (aka the First Dates restaurant) will be showcasing the work of Britain's best butchers.
The six butchers from around the country - who are collectively known as the British Beefeaters
Gordon Ramsay has just switched the ground floor of his restaurant at One New Change into a pizza restaurant. The selling point? This one is doing bottomless pizzas for just £15.
The health food trend in London is ever continuing, with a new cold pressed juice bar and healthy food restaurant on the way to St Paul’s. With an Oxford biologist and a London nutritionist (among others) behind the menu, SHOT is making sure its healthy credentials stand up. They’ve even developed a list of guidelines that they intend to really stick to – including ensuring everything is chemical free, has no refined sugars, organic, unprocessed and more besides.