21/3/17 - updated with soft launch info
What: Tamarind Kitchen
In a nutshell: Tamarind Kitchen reimagines dishes from its Michelin-starred counterpart for more a relaxed dining experience.
Summing it all up: Tamarind Mayfair is opening a sister restaurant on Wardour Street, bringing with it goshts, currys and koftas galore, as well as a
So we've all heard of the bottomless boozy weekend brunch - the ideal way to lose a day of the weekend, for sure. But now Shackfuyu is going one better - why not START the week with a boozy brunch?
Foodwise you can choose from:
Updated with opening date
Soho’s Greek Street, already so rich with options, is to set to be the home of another tempting eatery, this time in the form of steamed buns and pickle cafe Bun House. Hot on the heels of the wave of steamed bun openings in London, the new takeaway street diner will be providing traditional, Canton-style bao with Chinese pickles made in house, plus sides like their prickly
What: Foxlow Soho
In a nutshell: Hawksmoor Spinoff comes to Soho
Summing it all up: The people behind Hawksmoor are finally descending on Soho with their spinoff, Foxlow. Expect steak, ribs, chicken and more...
What: Hot Pot
In a nutshell: Asian Hot Pot cooking in Soho
Summing it all up: Pick your favourite ingredients, add a broth and start cooking your food in front of you. That's what's coming to Soho with Hot Pot.
What: Burger & Beyond and Other Side Fried
In a nutshell: Burgers meet fried chicken in Soho
Summing it all up: The two street food vendors are teaming up for a three-month residency at Dirty Harry’s Soho on Wardour Street, where there’ll be toppings like pancetta bacon, crispy chicken skin and tarragon mayo.
What: Dirty Bones Soho
In a nutshell: Dirty food in Soho.
Summing it all up: The latest from Dirty Bones sees them coming to Soho (they also have a spot in Carnaby) where you'll be able to eat all the mac & cheese pimped up burgers and more dirty food to your heart's content.
Lobos Meat & Tapas have opened a second restaurant in Soho. We head down to get our meat fix.
Updated 27/1/17 with extended dates and new dishes
You've got to hand it to Soho pub The Sun & 13 Cantons, they really know how to pick their pop-ups. Following hard on the heels of Sambal Shiok and Adam Rawson's residency, the next folk in charge will be CLAW.
The sustainable seafood streetfood vendors will stay in situ over the winter in an extended residency which will allow them to serve an expanded menu. In addition to their signature
Kricket has been winning fans in Brixton for their Indian small plates. Now they've come to the centre of town - we head along to find out what's new...
Excellent Spanish tapas In Soho
We’ve seen a couple of Catalan-style Spanish restaurants popping up around Soho, from Copita to Lobos Meat and Tapas. And now Dean Street is set to see another in the form of Rambla, which'll be the the second solo venture from Encant and Bravas Tapas.
The menu at Rambla is inspired by Victor's childhood in the Barcelona barrio of the same name. It’ll be split into three sections - the ‘Cru, which comprises
How can you make opening an ice cream parlour feel festive when it’s this dreary outside? By creating a mince pie flavour of course. That’s according to Four Winters, who’ve just opened a new liquid nitrogen ice cream shop in Soho.
The ‘Mince Pice Cream’ comes with chunks of with said pies mixed through the ice cream, which has been frozen at -196c thanks to the power of liquid nitrogen.Then
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