Having closed The Richmond in Hackney, Brett Redman and Margaret Crow are back in the seafood game with their new restaurant at the swanky Principal Hotel London on Russell Square.
An ex-Gaucho team are taking over the old American diner Shack on Westbourne Grove and taking it in a decidedly seaside direction with sustainable seafood served in buckets and on boards.
Top Islington seafood restaurant and Fishmonger Prawn on the Lawn moved down the road to a much bigger spot. We head along to see what's new.
Bob's Lobster are the latest to graduate from street food markets to a place they can call their own. They're setting up shop in the arches of the fully revamped London Bridge station. And yes, there will be lobster.
If you're intending to avoid meat on Good Friday here are some rather lovely fish dishes to put on your radar instead.
Forget your greasy local frier - Clerkenwell’s new fish and chip restaurant United Chip’s all about the millennial pink, Bangkok prawn burgers and complimentary aioli.
Claw have graduated from pop-up to permanent restaurant with their new place in Soho. We head down for a Test Drive to see how they're settling in...
The people behind Covent Garden's The 10 Cases have popped just across the street for their next restaurant, the seafood restaurant Parsons. We went down for a look.
Ex Outlaw's chef Tom Brown is going it alone in Hackney with his new restaurant Cornerstone. Expect a seasonal menu, plenty of seafood and counter dining too.
The Ten Cases is growing again - this time across the road, where they're opening a restaurant that's all about seafood.
They've been popping up around town for the past few years, but now shellfish specialists Claw have found their own spot. Expect lots of crab and plenty of surf and turf options too...
Brighton's The Coal Shed makes the trip up to London. We take a look to see how it survived the trip.
We check out a new addition to Finsbury Park, where pretty special things are happening under the guise of a Fish and Chip shop...
Owner Neil Gill knows a thing or two about catering for the souls of Finsbury Park, since opening Season 2010. Now he’s heading around the corner to turn his hand to Anglo-Japanese food, like tempura fish, sausage and aubergine, plus donburi and pickles. Plus, a healthy selection of rather fun-sounding cocktails, including a punch made with Irn Bru(!)
If you do like to be beside the seaside but can’t cope with jumping on a train, get halfway there with Kensington Place’s newest posh fishy pop up, Beach Hut with Nyetimber, who’ll be offering 2 and 3-course menus, and bottomless Prosecco on the weekends.
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