We're big fans of Kricket, so find ourselves very interested indeed about their upcoming Sunday brunch plans. Kicking off later this month, here's what's being added to the menu:
The somewhat oddly named ICHIBUNS is the latest restaurant from the folk behind Nobu, Busaba Eathai etc. This one's a bid for a roll-out, featuring burgers, rolls, ramen and more on the menu.
Off the Wall & Onto the Plate sounds a bit Willy Wonka-esque if you ask us, but that’s the name of a new ‘decor-inspired’ pop-up coming to Soho’s The House of Wallpaper. So yes. The menu is entirely inspired by wallpaper. All seven courses of it.
But what, exactly, constitutes food that is wallpaper-esque? Leave it to experimental chef Pedro Passinhas who’s managed to dream up
After getting off to a strong start in Portobello Road, aussie health food chain Farm Girl has teamed up with stylish activewear mavens Sweaty Betty to provide the health conscious with their choice of guilt-free grub, plus a bar with fairtrade vodka and biodynamic wines. Well, It is Soho, after all.
Soho, get ready - Flavour Bastard (no, really) is coming and it’s got a menu full of packed with big ideas and intriguing combinations of international flavours, like white lentil and chorizo donuts, which all seems to suggest that its bite *could* match its bark.
They've graduated from street food to permanent restaurant - we head over to Carnaby to check out Ugly Dumpling's new spot.
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.
Bubble waffles are probably the trendiest dessert around at this moment, and Bufle is the latest spot to dish them out to Londoners. Expect matched cocktails too.
Ben and Jerry's are setting up shop in Soho for the summer with their Summer in Soho ice cream shop and they're celebrating the only way they know how - by giving away free ice cream. Because, let's face it, who DOESN'T like free ice cream.
So if you want to grab a scoop (they think they'll be giving away more than 2000) then head down there on Thursday. And you can even try one of their new flavours like Sweetest
Lights of Soho, Brewer Street’s neon art gallery, is set to get a new sparkling wine bar for the summer by the name of Fiz, inspired by the cava bars of Barcelona.
Rather than requiring people to commit to a single pricey bottle, as is often the case in champagne bars, Fiz will encourage visitors to sample multiple different types of bubbly. There’ll be around 10 varieties to choose from, with bottles from England, Austria and Portugal,
7/6/17 - updated with launch details
If you've been to the original Chin Chin Lab in Camden, you'll already be very familiar with the made-in-front-of-you-with-nitrogen ice-crem delights that they have to offer. So you'll be VERY happy to know that they're expanding to Soho with a cake and ice-cream
28/4/17 - Updated with opening date
In a nutshell: Taiwanese restaurant from the people behind Bao
Summing it all up: Bao have been one of the big success stories in London. Now the team behind it are opening their third restaurant, an upmarket Taiwanese restaurant in Soho.
Who would say no to a free lunch, particularly when it comes courtesy of top chef Peter Gordon from The Providores. That's what's on offer this week in Soho at Air New Zealand's two-day pop-up. They've teamed up with the Kiwi chef to showcase the in-flight menu on board their planes.
Visitors will be able to try the airline's canapes and drink the wines you'll find on board from New Zealand winery Villa Maria. And they'll also be able to pre-book meals to take away.
Adam Simmonds goes pop-up before permanent.
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