The Pidgin duo are rolling up their sleeves to get creative with the theme of dim sum in their first Zone 1 restaurant. There’ll be trays of cocktails on arrival, trolleys of dim sum at your table, and imaginative ingredients like fennel pollen, gjetost and nukazuke pickles...
Anglo's Mark Jarvis and The Harwood Arms' Alex Harper team up for this new relaxed bistro-style restaurant in Mayfair,
In a nutshell: High-end glamour in Mayfair.
Summing it all up: The man behind Casa Cruz in Notting Hill, Juan Santa Cruz, has come into Mayfair with this small plates affair that's VERY glam.
What: Comptoir Cafe and Wine
In a nutshell: Xavier Rousset follows up Blandford Comptoir with this Mayfair wine bar.
Summing it all up: Coming from the same person behind Blandford Comptoir, this pairs and all day cafe with a huge downstairs wine shop (all of which you can drink on the premises).
We take a look at the latest restaurant from Jamie Oliver, which sees him opening a second Barbecoa, on Piccadilly.
London's run of top new Indian restaurants continues with Mayfair's Jamavar. We head down to try it out.
Popping over the pond, Ralph Lauren has just opened his first eatery in London. Ralph's Coffee & Bar takes the Manhattan spots of The Polo Bar and Ralph's coffee and combines them for London. The new space can be found at the Polo Ralph Lauren store on Regent Street.
So what can you expect? Well, obviously it's rather beautiful in a clubby sort of way with saddle leather banquettes, a brass-topped bar, wooden panelling and green billiard cloth on the walls. There's
Good news for London fashionistas - Paris restaurant Ferdi, long known as a haunt for designers and models to hang out in, is coming to town. And they're almost ready to open the London branch of their restaurant in Shepherd Market.
If you don't know about the original (and we have to confess, we hadn't heard of it before a reader asked us about it) Ferdi first opened in Paris in 2004. It quickly became a favourite place for fashionable folk to hang out. More
Michelin starred chef David Munoz has landed in London with his DiverXO offshoot, StreetXO. We take it for a Test Drive.
Sumosan Twiga will open in Sloane Street in November, after the Japanese half of the venture makes the short jump from its previous home in Mayfair. The new restaurant will serve award-winning sushi, sashimi and other high-end Japanese hot dishes alongside classic Italian. There’ll also be an express lunch bento box available for £29.
Japanese and Italian are a match made in heaven according to the owners, as both cuisines
The Savile Row Martini.
Updated 27/10/16 with Test Drive
Like the sound of strong cocktails and brilliant Italian bites to accompany them? Who wouldn't? Italian mixologist Simone Caporale (who used to work at Artesian - once the World's Best Bar) is
The original Soho Jinjuu, the Korean restaurant from Judy Joo has been such a hit that a second is now on the way to Mayfair. This new space will continue her interpretation of Korean street food - with a few new dishes added too.
Those new dishes include:
Upmarket Indian institution Jamavar will make its British debut this November, when Michelin-starred chef Rohit Ghai heads up its new Mayfair branch.
Jamavar London’s menu will be curated by Rohit, who was former top brass at Gymkhana, and follows a six-week research mission to India. There’ll be established dishes from its sister restaurants in India, such as lobster neeruli, sindhi gosht and coconut payasam. The
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