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Food Hall, Westfield Shepherd’s Bush W12 7GF; @seoulbirduk, 15 Taproom by Brixton Village  Volta do Mar, which loosely translates as ‘return from the sea’, will serve a frequently changing menu of both sharing and large plates like Goan smoked chorizo served in a naan, Iberico pork vindalho, and a seafood rice served tableside. The datterini is dainty and delicious. 17 Berkeley Street, London W1. A gastropub menu features alongside decent Sunday roasts and bar snacks. Cowcross Street, Farringdon EC1M 6DR;, The Resident is brought to you by © Archant Community Media 2020, Sign up to The Resident newsletter for even more news, views and things to do in London, delivered direct to your inbox once a week, IT London intends to bring Ibiza’s Balearic beats and gourmet Mediterranean dishes to Mayfair, The Ivy Asia is a brand-new Asian concept restaurant and bar in St Paul’s, TOKII opens at The Prince Akatoki in November (photo: Ben Carpenter), The Laundry is a modern neighbourhood bistro and wine shop for Brixton (photo: Jack Lewis Williams), Chef Neil Rankin, known for his meaty, BBQ-based restaurants, has launched a vegan burger restaurant (photo: @simplicity_burger), An artist’s impression of the ground floor of the new Ivy Victoria, Volta do Mar will be a celebration of Portuguese cuisine and its rich culinary influences from around the world, The Boulevard in Soho opens to the public for the first time in over 20 years, Alex Hely-Hutchinson will open Stoney Street at Borough Market following the success of 26 Grains in Neal’s Yard, A computer-generated image of how The Borough Market Kitchen will look, Brother Marcus is known for its great brunches at its Balham site, The Control Room at the new Cahoots in Kingly Court, The new Cahoots will have two distinct areas: The Ticket Hall (pictured) and The Control Room, Taproom By Brixton Village will serve up a host of beers from south London breweries, Sam’s Riverside in Hammersmith is anew riverside spot, Chucs Belgravia will be the restaurant group’s largest opening to date, open from breakfast through till dinner, Mthr at The Collective Canary Wharf will be set on the 20th floor of this cool new co-living concept development, Ember Yard is re-opening in mid-November with a new look and feel, Adam Handling has collaborated with a number of charitable organisations to launch Ugly Butterfly, a sustainable casual restaurant in Chelsea, The gorgeous new Le Comptoir Robuchon in Mayfair, Amazónico, a Madrid favourite with celebrities and socialites, will open in Mayfair on 9 November (photo: Lázaro Rosa-Violan Studio), Another beautifully decorated restaurant, 14 Hills, will launch this month, Bong Bong’s Manila Kanteen gets its first permanent site in Bethnal Green, Peckham Cellars is a new neighbourhood kitchen, wine bar and shop launching in November (photo: @henryclausphotography), Luxury Advent Calendars: 10 of the Best Boozy & Foodie Countdowns, London’s Best Luxury Christmas Afternoon Teas, Online Art Fairs: #ShopLocal During Lockdown, Christmas Lights in London: Where to See the Best, Diwali in London: Floating Floral Display Lights up Canary Wharf, Online Christmas Markets: #ShopLocal During Lockdown, 95% LTV Mortgages: Pros & Cons for First-Time Buyers, Property of the Week: A Rare Huf Haus in Dulwich Village, Menier Chocolate Factory Launches Pop-Up Grocery Store, Books, Beer & Bog Roll: Home Delivery Services to Save Your Sanity, Working from Home: 5 Things Your Home Office Needs, Why Weren’t We Prepared for a Global Pandemic? Grab a seat at communal tables to enjoy street food from some of London’s best, including Singaporean street food from Mei Mei by Elizabeth Haigh, Iraqi food from JUMA Kitchen, San Sebastian pintxos from Mimo and Brindisa Kitchen’s much-loved Spanish classics. Under a neon red sign and hanging pendant lamps, visitors can take their pick from whole thighs, whole wings or tenders, as well as sauces such as spicy Korean BBQ, ranch, honey mustard, and sweet soy ginger. Peckham Cellars is a new neighbourhood kitchen, wine bar and shop launching on Queens Road on 19 November. Frescobaldi's forte (other than its beautifully elegant decor that looks like it's decorated for Christmas) is its pasta, which is so rare to find of superb quality in London. A rare combination of fun and high end, Mr Fogg's is a blast. So, when GQ was served a delicate bowl of perfectly al-dente Tagliolini, tossed with only a few spoonfuls of butter and a sprinkling of black truffle (which, for once, actually tasted of something), there were beaming smiles all round, as well as a moment of pure, eyes-closed, bliss. The dishes will be small, designed to be shared and beautifully presented. Try the courgette flower with parmesan seasonal leaves and honey for a guilty pleasure to start with. 20-21 Stable Street, King’s Cross N1C 4DR;, 31 Cowcross Yards, Farringdon The cocktail menu will be highly experimental, incorporating fermentation, preservation and forgotten ration ingredients. Make sure you sample the signature Slow Motion cocktail - Cîroc vodka, guava juice, peach purée and fresh raspberries (£13). 70-74 City Road, Old Street EC1Y 2BJ; @CorrigansFood, 21 The Grill at the Dorchester, Mayfair The first-floor restaurant will be illuminated with green, semi-precious stone, set against an antique gold mirrored bar, luxurious Asian fabrics, brass top tables and large windows overlooking St Paul’s Cathedral. 8 Southwark Street, Borough SE1 1TL;, 12 Brother Marcus, Spitalfields It is the first permanent site from Lee and Sinead, who won My Million Pound Menu with BBQ Dreamz, their Filipino street food truck, earlier this year. Ever find yourself craving a night that's a touch more outrageous? The restaurant won’t use any single-use plastic and will use compostable plates. Opening on 1 November, SW7 in South Kensington will offer a brasserie and bar-style dining experience in a sophisticated yet relaxed environment. Mthr, situated on the 20th floor, will be open to the public as well as members. Mid-November will see Tom Booton unveil his own interpretation of a modern-day British grill at The Grill at The Dorchester. 60 Berwick Street, Soho W1F 8SU;, 25 Amazónico, Mayfair Founded by a trio of friends, Alex Large, Arthur Campbell and Tasos Gaitanos, Brother Marcus’ innovative menu champions quality produce sourced from the UK and the Eastern Med. W1: the stomping ground of the rich and the famous. The Guinea is famed for the steak its been serving for centuries, so find it packed during lunchtime visits. The menu focuses on classical dishes and techniques and understated new world flair applied to top British produce. The music is open-genre, and the drinks focus on Veuve Clicqot and Ciroc. The venue used to be home to Whisky Mist, but it's been revamped to include a bigger dance floor and a neon-splattered, art-laden interior. Or go for a slap-up meal away from the Michelin stars. Named after the daughter of Biddy Mulligan – a legendary Dublin street seller – Daffodil Mulligan hopes to showcase her Irish spirit and hospitality in London’s East End. Choose from simple eat-in breakfasts such as slow-roasted tomato galette with tomato and chilli jam on fennel and coriander seed pastry, or grab a coffee and a freshly baked seasonal tart through a hatch in the window. A posh pub once part-owned by Guy Ritchie, The Punchbowl is a bit less starry these days. Try the deliciously spicy meatballs, chicken cacciatora and the veal tuna for a scrumptious pre-dinner kick off. Music will be at the core of the experience, with a carefully curated soundtrack bringing the energy of Ibiza to Mayfair with smooth daytime beats and hypnotic evening grooves. The way in which we travel has once again changed; read our tips to navigate the new normal as best possible. The hearty, ever-changing menu will feature produce from Corrigan’s country estate in Ireland and will focus on seafood. We already have this email. The light upstairs bar, Heads, brings the outdoors in (as well as opening out onto a plant-lined courtyard garden), with seating in turquoise velvet, exposed lightbulbs illuminating hanging baskets and a wine and cocktail list that is carefully curated and alluringly presented. HIX restaurant at Brown's serves hearty dishes such as partridge and beef cheek, and, last week, celebrated Hix's range of Tonnix ports and wines, by pairing its rich and meaty mains with a selection from the Tonnix range. The kitchen will be led by Executive Chef Jeremy Page, who worked closely with Robuchon for over a decade at the original L’Atelier de Joël Robuchon in Paris. 8 Mount Street. Having just undergone a spectacular relaunch, new Head Chef Tom Booton has created his own interpretation of a modern-day British grill at this Mayfair stalwart. The simple and traditional menu will focus on fresh pasta and include signature dishes from Brewer and Greek street alongside exciting new dishes.

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