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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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Scott Hallsworth’s Freak Scene

What? Scott Hallsworth, the Australian chef behind Kurobuta and author of Junk Food Japan, has embarked on a new project, waving goodbye (for now) to the formalities of running a restaurant in favour of a three-month, one-man-band (two if you include his partner who runs front-of-house) pop-up in...

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Franco Manca’s New Menu

What: Neapolitan-style sourdough pizzas with organic ingredients. New? The simple menu has a new addition of n7 pizza made with spicy lamb sausage, mozzarella, buffalo ricotta, yellow piennoto tomato and fresh basil without a tomato base as well as some new bites. Where? 20 The Broadway, Wimbledon...

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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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Ormer’s Vegetarian Menu: What We Thought

What: Vegetarian friendly menu from Michelin-starred chef Shaun Rankin. New? Ormer Mayfair opened at Flemings Mayfair in September 2016 as part of a £15m investment which also saw the 129 bedrooms in the hotel given a new look. Where? Flemings Mayfair, 7-12 Half Moon Street, Mayfair W1J 7BH...

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Señor Ceviche: Lima in London

What? Señor Ceviche is a lively Peruvian restaurant and cocktail bar in Charlotte Street showcasing some of the most colourful and vibrant Peruvian plates in the heart of London (and definitely not just Ceviche!). New? An evolution. The original Señor Ceviche launched as a rave reviewed pop-up...

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BabaBoom: Kebabs in Battersea

What? Inspired by restaurants such as Palomar and Berber and Q; frozen margaritas and Middle Eastern dishes are the order of the day in this vibrant, little Battersea restaurant  New? Having survived the tricky first few months any restaurant faces, BabaBoom has now been opened almost a...

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The Ivy City Garden: What We Thought

What? Having stuck to the likes of Richmond, Fitzrovia, Chelsea and Wimbledon, The Ivy Collection has now moved to the City with the opening of The Ivy City Garden, an all-day restaurant with a hidden garden.  New? Not the last of The Ivy collection to open, that goes to The Ivy Tower Bridge, The...

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A Night Out in China Town: Shuang Shuang & Opium

What: A night out in China Town starting with hotpot specialists Shuang Shuang before heading over to a bar in a bar Opium. New? Opium opened in December 2012 while Shuang Shuang opened in January 2016. Where? Shuang Shuang: 64 Shaftesbury Avenue, London W1D 6LU / Opium: 15-16 Gerrard Street...

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Barbecoa St Pauls: What We Thought

What?  Jamie Oliver’s original barbecue and smokehouse, Barbecoa is a restaurant making the most of traditional fired-based cooking through the use of Texas pit smokers, an Argentine grill, Japanese robata grill, tandoor and wood-fired oven.  It’s also big on whiskies, having one of the...

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