There's no arguing that the move to the City has brought with it a very big change for Pitt Cue - and one that's very much for the better. However, the original Pitt Cue in Soho had A LOT of fans, many who were more than a little sad when the source of some of the best pulled pork in London disappeared.
But mourn no longer - for Little
For one month only, Soho steakhouse Mash is putting on a wagyu tasting plate allowing diners to try three different Wagyu meats – Kobe XO, Wagyu XO and Australian AACo Wagyu – for £80.
TasteWagyu starts Sunday 5 June 2016 and is available Sun - Thursday until 5 July 2016. It'll be served at lunch and dinner and you have to say you're looking to try it when booking.
Mashis at 77
It's been long seen as one of the best events of the year - and now tickets for this year's Soho Food Feast have JUST gone on sale. The two day event in July has some of the very best of London's culinary scene gathered together in St Anne's Gardens on Wardour Street - and all proceeds go to the Soho Parish primary school.
And WHAT a line up. The stalls
Two fish and chip stories in as many days? Who'd have thought the chippy would be a 2016 trend for London? Following hard on the heels of yesterday's story about new Notting Hill opening The Chipping Forecast comes news that Poppie's Fish and Chips is opening in Soho. They'll be taking over where The House of Ho was and which used to be the old 2i’s
Soho's newest burger spot turns out to be a rather good place to head for a date
It's been five years in the making, but in a few week's time, BBQ spot Bukowski Grill will open their biggest restaurant to date - this one in the heart of Soho. Their 70 seat D'arblay Street spot will be their third restaurant (following Boxpark in Shoreditch and a second one in Brixton Market).
Turns out to be a bit of a homecoming for chef/owner Robin Freeman who used to work down the road at Blacks. His third, all-day restaurant will kick off with weekday
He's already provided London with the definitive cornbread. Now Mississippi-born chef Brad Macdonald is laying on the definitive hangover-fixing brunch at his Shotgun cocktail bar and BBQ joint in Soho.
If you've slightly overindulged the night before - and we're not judging - you can find solace on Sundays for what Shotgun defines as "that annoying period between drinking", aka "the feeling of being kicked by a horse".
There are, of course,
Seems like there's life in the market for more chicken ventures in London. We hear that a new company, Absurd Bird, is opening two new restaurants in London this year.
The company is kicking off its chicken-focused takeover by launching in Spitalfields and Soho in March. It's essentially chicken combined with American deep south cooking. And they've teamed up with Fosse Meadows Farm and bought every single one of their
It may be cold enough to freeze the proverbial balls of a brass monkey out there, but if you are looking for some alfresco action this winter, then head to Soho. Sipsmith gins are going to be serving gin-laced winter drinks up on the Ham Yard Hotel’s hidden roof terrace from the end of January until mid-February.
Hardened Londoners can drape themselves in woollen blankets whilst sipping on Hot G&Ts and Steaming Juleps.How about The Smoking Bishop (apparently a
Updated 14/1 with more news
Lots more info about the new opening has been revealed...
So there's a new chicken shop opening in London. If those words make you yawn - then hold on. Sounds like Billy and the Chicks might actually bring something new to the table.
The bloke behind this new Soho spot is Billy Stock who has both St Johns and Salt Yard on his CV. He's teamed up with Sam Bellamy to open what they describe as "“A London Fried Chicken shop! No bells ‘n whistles (or waffles…)".
They'll be using all British
It's all change on Wardour Street with the announcement that a new restaurant is taking over the site once occupied by the Marquee Club.
100 Wardour Street will be the third restaurant to open on this site by D&D. First it was Meza, then Carom and Floridita. The new restaurant will be known simply as 100 Wardour Street. It'll take over the entire (enormous) space with room for more than 400 diners with the restaurant redesigned by Russell Sage (Savoy
We're all for great sushi here at Hot Dinners, and by all accounts a new group from the Middle East is bringing some top sushi to this city when they open their first restaurant in London next year.
Oliver Maki currently have four restaurants in Kuwait and one in Bahrain. Think contemporary sushi dishes rather than ultra traditional. The family-owned business is run by brothers Oliver and Amer Zeitoun. And when they say they live for their
18/11 - updated with re-opening date
Once billed as a long-term pop-up, Soho's Shackfuyu (by Bone Daddies) is about to get a lot more long-term as it prepares to become a permanent fixture in Soho. The restaurant is closing until mid November and when it re-opens will have a new upstairs bar with counter seating, a private dining room and more new
Currently in Soho you can find a restaurant devoted to polenta and one serving only cheese toasties - now there's a new single ingredient carb spot to add to the mix - The Potato Project.
This new restaurant, opened by Ksenia Karpenko who used to be Head Sommelier at Four to Eight in Covent Garden, says it's bringing a twist to the classic baked potato. So expect to see toppings like smoked ham hock, cheddar & piccalilli, prawn & bourbon Marie Rose sauce and
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