The team behind much-loved London restaurants Galvin have launched HOP in Spitalfields market. Opening in place of Galvin Cafe a vin, Galvin’s HOP will swap wine for beer bringing fresh Pilsner Urquell Tank Beer (served in the same style as at Duck & Rice), a range of craft beers, wine on tap by OW Loeb and an entirely new menu featuring classic pub dishes as well as a range of premium hot dogs.
The menu at HOP will feature pub dishes and it's been designed by
Well it's all change at Hedone which, in a surprise announcement today, revealed that it's to shut and reopen in a radical new form.
The restaurant is going to close for 10 days. During that time it'll get new furniture and the dining room will have a minor makeover, but when it reopens it aims to be quite a different restaurant. To start with there'll be far fewer seats. Right now it seats 40, but when it reopens Hedone will seat just 18 in the main room and up
One of Waterloo's most recognisable bars has been undergoing a big revamp over the past few months. For those of us who have lived in London for a while, most have been to The Fire Station at some point (it's one of the most obvious meeting points close to Waterloo Station). And now The Fire Station is getting ready to reveal the results.
The intersior design is yet to be fully revealed. But we are
It's all go at Asia de Cuba, the restaurant at St Martins Lane. The restaurant has been underdoing a redesign - both of its space and menu - and the booking line reopens today.
The chef behind the new menu is Luis Pous, who grew up and trained as a chef in Cuba. His reworking of the menu at the restaurant sees it split into Ceviches, Small Plates, Salads, Wok, and Plancha.
Signature dishes will include Tuna Ceviche with seared foie gras, Asian
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