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London Shell Co’s New Game Menu

What? Run by brother and sister, Harry and Leah Lobek, London Shell Co is a floating restaurant aboard the Prince Regent that cruises along the Regent’s Canal. Visit on any other day and you’ll be eating seafood, but go on a Tuesday throughout October and November and you’ll be sitting down...

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Greek Feasts at Meraki

What? From the family behind the likes of Zuma, Roka and Oblix at The Shard, Greek food haven Meraki brings the hospitable sharing ethos and premium seasonal ingredients of Greece to London. New? Yes, but already gaining traction as a standout Greek eatery. Opened in July 2017. Where? 80-82 Great...

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Gabeto Camden Market: What We Thought

What? A Latin influenced British brasserie proving that Camden is more than just a home to punks and tourists. With dedicated ground-floor bar space and first-floor dining, Gabeto takes modern brasserie to meet industrial chic, feeling quite at home in its location tucked into the side of Camden...

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Confessions of a Fashionista Afternoon Tea at London Hilton Park Lane

What: The Confessions of a Fashionista Afternoon Tea was created at London Hilton on Park Lane in collaboration with elegant British womenswear label Madderson London and the luxury London shoe brand, Lucy Choi. New? Yes and you don’t have long to try it out, the Confessions of a Fashionista...

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Classic Comfort Food at Wringer & Mangle

What? Following on the success of the first Wringer & Mangle that opened in London Fields in a former laundry, this second venue finds itself on Middlesex street, just across from Liverpool Street station. New? Yes, brand spanking new, we visited on the opening night, something to keep in mind...

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Poke and Matcha at Tombo Fitzrovia

What? Riding on the success of popular Hawaiian dish, poke (pronounced pokay), Tombo simply describes itself as a ‘poke and matcha bar’. Basically, diced raw fish finds itself atop big bowls of sticky rice, edamame beans and other colourful goodness. It’s like a deconstructed sushi salad. The...

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Aster Live Comes To Victoria

What?  French and Scandinavian crossover menu with live music thrown into the deal  New? Ish, Aster opened in January but they are now launching their new dinner, cocktails and live music nights dubbed Aster Live. Where? In Aster’s downstairs brasserie at 150 Victoria Street, Victoria, SW1E...

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Oysters and Champagne at Bentley’s

What: Made up of the oyster bar downstairs and the grill upstairs, Bentley’s is arguably one of London’s most loved seafood restaurants, having sold fish and chips to the London hordes for over a century. For the past decade, it’s been under the eye of Richard Corrigan, chef patron of...

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Café Sou: The Ned’s Parisian Cafe

What? Café Sou is The Ned’s Parisian-style café, set further away from the main area, this little gem is serving up a simple, classic menu, great coffees and fresh juices.  New? Yes, the last of the nine restaurants to open at The Ned, it only opened this summer. Where? The Ned, 27 Poultry...

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Zuma’s New Cocktail Menu

What: High end Japanese restaurant, Zuma, have just launched a new Spring menu with a focus on cocktails. New? Zuma no, it has stood the test of London time opening back in 2002, but as the name suggests the Spring menu only launched a few weeks ago Where: Tucked away by Harrods, you’ll...

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