All news articles for July 2019

Nathan Outlaw Siren The Goring first new restaurant in the London hotel in 109 years.

Latest opening: Siren

By Stefan Chomka

Nathan Outlaw has responded to the call of The Goring and opened the first new restaurant in the London hotel in 109 years.

Plant-based tuna makes its European debut in London

The Lowdown: plant-based 'seafood'

By James McAllister

A plant-based alternative to raw tuna, which up to now has only been available in the US, is to make its European debut at the Harro Food’s Japan Show at Hyper Japan this weekend.

How London's Chinatown is changing

Big trouble in little China?

By Joe Lutrario

Chinatown is changing. The number of Cantonese restaurants is being reduced with the introduction of more specialist, regional Chinese and pan-Asian places in a bid to attract a broader spectrum of customers. But as the big money international players...

How I Got Here Rebecca Mascarenhas

How I Got Here: Rebecca Mascarenhas

By Joe Lutrario

Rebecca Mascarenhas, who co-owns the Michelin-starred Elystan Street in Chelsea and Kitchen W8 in Kensington with chef Phil Howard, has more than three decades of industry experience. Next month her first restaurant, Sonny's Kitchen, will close its...

Dusk restaurant opening in Essex

Latest opening: Dusk

By James McAllister

With a dry bar, shisha lounge, and a former Great British Menu chef fusing Mediterranean and Asian cooking with molecular gastronomy, Dusk could become one of Essex’s most eccentric dining destinations.

Tap and Tandoor gastropub to expand to Peterborough

Tap and Tandoor to expand

By James McAllister

Regional Indian gastropub concept Tap and Tandoor is to open a second site later this month next to Peterborough’s Queensgate Shopping Centre.

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