Updated 9/5/18 with images
Tom Seller's Michelin-starred Restaurant Story is have a major makeover. Here's what you need to know about it:
Menus are off the menu
That's right - menus are so last year apparently. When Story reopens each table "will be treated individually, creating their own bespoke ‘story’."
When we say off, you still need to pick which menu you're going
Popular steak chain Flat Iron are opening their sixth steakhouse. The Tooley Street restaurant will have a indoor garden theme.
Nordic cuisine in Borough
One of the first restaurants to open up as part of London Bridge Station's redevelopment is YO! bringing sushi and katsu chicken to commuters and locals
After popping up all over London, Leandro Carreria has finally settled down, opening his own place in London Bridge. We went to check it out
One of London's most prolific and popular pop-up chefs is finally settling down and opening a permanent restaurant in the Snowsfields Yard development in London Bridge
Originally hailing from Hong Kong where it's picked up a loyal following, big things are expected from Duddell's in London. We head over to its Grade II listed building to find out what you should expect.
Having already launched three popular cafes throughout London, the fourth Lantana is coming to London Bridge.
After a successful Kickstarter, the much-loved Santo Remedio has returned with their new Cantina & Comedor, a two-storey bar and restaurant on Tooley Street, with a charcoal grill, a bigger kitchen and reservations available for lunch and dinner.
You can’t keep London Bridge down. After the jubilant reopening of Borough Market, London Bridge Open Kitchen has just announced it'll be going ahead, along with the full list of vendors.
This year, the food festival will be
Update - 16/12/16 - Hot Dinners went down to get into the highland spirit at the repurposed former tannery in Bermondsey.
Hot toddies immediately in hand, a floral winter warmer with plenty of citrus to offset the earthiness of the Naked Grouse whiskey (of which there was plenty throughout the evening), we were welcomed to our table.
The first course was a deliciously, rich
23/9/16 - Updated with opening date.
Popular pop-up and street food trader Where The Pancakes Are is moving off the street and into their first permanent restaurant. The brainchild of Dutch woman Patricia Trijbits, it'll be opening at Flat Iron Square in London Bridge this autumn.
All manner of sweet and savoury batter treats will be on offer from breakfast buttermilk stacks to buckwheat blinis, served up with a selection of
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