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Camellia Panjabi of MW Eat on relocating Chutney Mary and Masala Zone plans

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Camellia Panjabi of MW Eat on relocating Chutney Mary and Masala Zone plans

By Joe Lutrario

Based in Mumbai but currently in the UK to oversee the relocation of venerable Indian fine-dining restaurant Chutney Mary, Camellia Panjabi is part of the trio of family members behind Indian restaurant group MW Eat and has also penned the world’s best-selling...

Carom has announced a new 'Spice Garden' pop-up with views of Tower Bridge

Carom Soho opens second pop-up in London

By Liam Garrahan

Following a successful rooftop venture, D&D London restaurant Carom Soho has announced that it is launching a new pop-up in Butlers Wharf, London.

Kitchenette is located under Stevie Parle's Dock Kitchen

Kitchenette opens London restaurant

By Lauren Houghton

Food business 'incubator’ Kitchenette has launched a restaurant in Ladbroke Grove which will act as a host for a series of pop-ups.

Zaika's menu will be inspired by Northern India’s Awadhi cuisine

Re-vamped Zaika returns to Kensington

By Lauren Houghton

Indian restaurant Zaika will return to its former London site on Kensington High Street this November after the closure of One Kensington.

Atul Kochhar's new restaurant Sindhu will open at the Macdonald Compleat Angler Hotel in Marlow.

Atul Kochhar will open Sindhu at Compleat Angler

By Lauren Houghton

Details have been released for Michelin-starred chef Atul Kochhar’s new Indian restaurant Sindhu, which will open at the Macdonald Compleat Angler Hotel in Marlow. 

Carom has revealed an industrial new look

Carom completes express refurb

By Melodie Michel

Soho Indian restaurant Carom is putting the focus on small plate in its newly-refurbished Wardour Street venue.

The new restaurant has both a buffet and an a la carte menu

The Indian Platform opens second site in Scotland

By Lauren Houghton

The first Indian Platform restaurant opened four months ago in Glasgow’s West End, now the second site has opened in Newton Mearns, with the founders planning to expand the chain further still.