Parisian restaurant folk Big Mamma Group picked Shoreditch for their first London restaurant opening. We went to see how their upbeat Italian trattoria fits into the London restaurant scene.
There's been a quiet revolution in the London pizza world over the past few years. It's now possible to get some world-beating pizzas in the town and we're here to tell you where to find them.
The Big Mamma group in Paris have had huge hits with their trattorias and now they're coming to London with Gloria, taking over a big space in Shoreditch. Expect Italian food in a classic looking space (as well as a hidden 80s-set dining room).
The original Emilia's Crafted Pasta in St Katharine's Docks was among the first of the new breed of simple, fresh, well-made and affordable pasta restaurants in London. Now they're expanding with a new restaurant in Aldgate.
This popular Italian casual chain is expanding with three key openings set for the west end, riverside and Canary Wharf areas.
Two Brixton locals, with one foot in Italy and the other in south London, are opening a neighbourhood spot on Brixton Water Lane serving up a range of Tuscan treats.
Expect to see a modern take on Japanese and Italian food in this new Dalston restaurant which also sports a tiny Tokyo-style cocktail bar.
This new seafood spot in Tooting Broadway Market combines the freshest seafood with Italian flair making it a street food spot worth checking out.
The team behind nearby Japanese restaurant UKAI are behind this new Italian spot which incorporates a few Asian flavours too.
Polpetto now has an ex River Cafe chef in the kitchen. We made a return visit to see how the arrival of Anthea Stephenson has changed things at this Soho spot.
Tilly Turbett (ex-Gordon Ramsay group) will lead the kitchen at Pucci, cooking small plates and pizza at this new spot on Maddox Street.
Some time ago, Salt Yard's Veneta shut its doors in the relatively new St James's Market and we've been wondering what was going to take its place. Now we have our answer with the launch of a six-month residency in that very spot called Norris.
By day it's a cafe and in the evening a bar (with people from Mortons, Soho House and Dean Street Townhouse). We think that St James's Market was
London's pasta scene could not be hotter right now - with everywhere from no reservation spots to fine dining restaurants packing them in. We pick out the best pasta to be had in the city.
Head to Stevie Parle's restaurant in Clerkenwell where the new Autumn menu has just been revealed.
From weekend brunches to shopping lunches and ciccheti on the terrace, Richard Caring's hoping to bring a bit of La Dolce Vita to just off Oxford Street.
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