One of the co-founders of Le Bun is carrying on the French/American theme with his latest restaurant, Carte Blanche, in Hackney. Expect southern American comfort cooking with a touch of French cuisine too.
If you've read about NYC deli Russ & Daughters and the amazing Ivan Ramen but haven't yet made the trip to The Big Apple to try their food then sit back and enjoy as the best of North American's delis, restaurants and bagel bakeries are coming to London.
It's all part of The Good Egg's Beer + Bagels series. They've persuaded some really interesting folk to head on over to London to create signature bagels available for one night only every Monday
If you've never been to Chicago to try their deep pan pizza, then get ready - it's coming to you. London pizzeria Pizza Pilgrims have teamed up with the Windy City's famous deep pan pizza guys Gino’s East allowing them to take over their West India Quay restaurant for just one weekend.
Renowned for their deep pan pizzas since first setting up in 1966, Gino’s East usually has queues down the block at any of its Chicago restaurants. They're bringing chefs over from the
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Down a tiny alley in Kentish Town, barely a few steps away from the Pret and Greggs on the High Street, you'll find Dank Van. No, it's not an unpleasantly damp and cold motor vehicle - rather a street food purveyor of splendid American sandwiches. It's the brainchild of US chef Jason Winther, who lives on the mews and thought he'd see if there was a market for really authentic American snackage at lunchtime. Trouble is, he's not
Is London ready for another US burger invasion. The brothers behind Wahlburgers certainly think so as they have their sights set on Covent Garden for the first in a probable UK expansion of their burger brand.
For homesick Philadelphians or Londoners wanting a taste of America, this Fitzrovia restaurant is a friendly place for a big feed.
The guys from Breddos are branching out with a brand new concept of a Southern Cali-style menu of sliders, tacos and tostadas at Canary Wharf's Giant Robot.
From humble beginnings as a Spitalfields food truck to a full blown sandwich restaurant and dive bar in Fitzrovia, Passyunk Avenue has arrived in its new bricks-and-mortar form to ply us with cheesesteaks, meatball sandwiches and scrapple - a type of pork meatloaf.
As our readers will know, we've done a few cruises in our time and - chosen carefully - they can be a really easy way to tour loads of interesting places, in comfort, with very little effort on your part. You just turn up, unpack, and for the next week wake up somewhere new each morning.
For cruise companies, finding something that distinguishes them from their competitors, often travelling similar routes, is key. The quality of the food they offer has
Football team The New Orleans Saints are marching into London this autumn to compete in the NFL, inspiring chefs from their home turf to follow suit. First up, we had news that Galatoire's was popping up at The Colony Grill Room. But just ahead of them will be Dickie Brennan, who'll be making the trip to Canary Wharf to temporarily turn Scottish
Theatreland stalwart Joe Allen has moved, but has it taken its legendary charm with it? We went to find out
Fancy lobster rolls and watermelon martinis? Then you need to head on over to this bar in St James
Looking for somewhere to celebrate the Fourth of July? As you might imagine there are a fair few places around London offering an All-American menu on the night (or over the weekend). Here's our pick of the best places to enjoy beer, ribs, collard greens, mud pies and key lime tarts. All events take place on Tuesday 4th July unless otherwise stated.
This weekend riverside brunch has a mid-Atlantic flavour
It's been a while since we've seen a menu with so many desirable-sounding dishes on it as Pomona’s, a new West Coast/Cali-style restaurant and bar opening this winter in Notting Hill.
From "sweet potato toast, avocado, labneh, lime and cilantro gremolata" to "shredded kimchi and lardo toast" and "caramel croissant and prune pie with crème Anglais" it reads like a dream. That may be down to chef Gareth Sanderson's extensive travels along the West Coast of