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.
Fans of shellfish will be keen to get to this new all-day concept restaurant in Marylebone where red king crab is the order of the day, every day. If that's not enough to lure you in, then there’ll be other seafood delicacies and two bars as well.
The West End has a rather nice new seafood pop-up to try for the summer
After a 10 month residency in South Kensington, the oyster experts have found a permanent home in Covent Garden to serve up the shellfish every which way, as well as heaps of British seafood, wine, champagne and a very attractive Happy Hour offer…
The folk behind Primeur have opened a second restaurant, Westerns Laundry. We went to see how their empire is expanding
We take a trip to Barnes to visit Rick Stein's new Thames-side restaurant, to see how the seafood master fares away from the seaside...
A Hot Dinners exclusive
Big news for lovers of Islington's Prawn on the Lawn, they're about to move into a much bigger spot - and it's just a short hop away from the original, taking over the spot where LeCoq used to be.
If you're not familiar with Prawn on the Lawn, it's half fishmongers and half wine bar serving up cold bar seafood dishes. So, up until now. that means plenty of prawns,
What: Trawler Trash
In a nutshell: A new fish restaurant for Islington
Summing it all up: Expect a sustainable, weekly changing seafood menu. And there's a cocktail bar at the back too.
What: Wright Brothers Battersea
In a nutshell: Seafood, oysters and more at the Power station.
Summing it all up: Wright Brothers have some very highly rated seafood restaurants dotted across town and this sees them opening in the area around the iconic Battersea Power Station.
Updated 27/1/17 with extended dates and new dishes
You've got to hand it to Soho pub The Sun & 13 Cantons, they really know how to pick their pop-ups. Following hard on the heels of Sambal Shiok and Adam Rawson's residency, the next folk in charge will be CLAW.
The sustainable seafood streetfood vendors will stay in situ over the winter in an extended residency which will allow them to serve an expanded menu. In addition to their signature
Another New York restaurant is making the trip to London as New York's Extra Fancy is popping up in the Blues Kitchen in Shoreditch for three nights only. They're a very popular Brooklyn seafood and crab shack and they'll be bringing their best dishes over for a surf vs turf mash-up menu against Blue's Kitchen's Texas offering.
So from Extra Fancy, there
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