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Beloved Chinatown Restaurant Joy King Lau Announces Permanent Closure

Salt Bae’s Overpriced Steaks Can Now Be Eaten Outside in Knightsbridge

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Popular Restaurant Platform Countertalk Launches Database for Chefs Seeking Pop-Ups

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The 38 Essential Restaurants in London


London's Most Exciting New Restaurants

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12 Secluded Courtyards and Gardens for a Beautiful Summer Dinner in London

The sun traps, hidden terraces, and vine-twisted patios to visit when the sun’s out

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The Soul of Park Royal Is Asphalt and Man’oushe

In the roar of the A40 and A406, under towering cranes, Park Royal’s traders and restaurateurs have been putting out man’oushe, kubba, and shawarma for decades. Now, they fear new developments that would better connect it to central London are threatening the soul of this remarkable culinary enclave

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The Ultimate Guide to Summer Dining and Drinking in London

The frostiest ice cream, the breeziest terraces, and the foods that just suit the sunshine

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Pita Master Eyal Shani Is Tripping Balls of Falafel About His New London Restaurant

A Cordial Break-Up After 86 Years: Robinsons and Wimbledon End Partnership

Oh Fuck, Gordon Ramsay Is Opening Lucky Cat in Shoreditch

Former Pophams Duo Will Open an Elegant Restaurant Just Off Hackney Road

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10 Brilliant London Bars for All Things Rum

Whether sipped neat or blended into inventive cocktails, here’s where to drink rum in all its styles in London

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The Creamiest, Swirliest Soft Serve in London

It truly is soft serve summer

A Sri Lankan Tamil ‘Diaspora Dream’ of a Restaurant Is Coming to Borough Market

How a £3.8 Billion Merger Will Redefine Central London Restaurants

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London Once Again Dominates ‘National’ Restaurant Awards

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Where to Drink Natural Wine in London

The idea of natural wine being intrinsically funky, cloudy, or acidic simply doesn’t capture the scope of styles and flavour profiles in its ranks. Here are the wine bars that do it right

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The Most Anticipated London Restaurant Openings This Summer

A Sephardic hit heads for Soho; a long-anticipated pan-African restaurant finally comes to life; and Sichuan fried chicken pitches up in Hackney

World-Famous ‘Pastry Deviant’ Calum Franklin Leaves His London Shrine to Immaculate Pies

New Pan-African Restaurant and Social Club Will Open in Southwark This Summer

Seasoned Indian Restaurateurs Lean Into Pricey Protein and Volcanoes for New Mayfair ‘Izakaya’

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The Best Falafel in London

Herbaceous, freshly fried, and served alone or in fluffy pita

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Where to Eat Outside in London When It’s Raining

The restaurants across the city that offer shelter from the storm

Marylebone Wine Bar Vinoteca Shuts Permanently, Says Focus Is on ‘Larger’ Sites

Two-Michelin-Starred Restaurant Ikoyi Sets Sights on New Location

Hype Monster American Fried Chicken Chain Commences Massive UK Expansion

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The Most Irresistible Ice Cream Shops in London

Here’s where to find the best scoops across the city, right now

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The Best Places to Eat in and Around London’s Parks

More than DIY BBQ: Sri Lankan in Hackney, a French bistro in Bermondsey, and old-school ice lollies in Walthamstow

Party Animal Boris Johnson Was ‘Booed’ Out of Small Plates Restaurant Morito in Hackney

Coffee and Fashion Collide in Soho With a Slick New Cafe from NYC’s Aimé Leon Dore

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The Best Halal Restaurants in London

British-Afghan barbecue, towering Somali chicken and rice, ramen, and more

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The Best Places to Eat in Margate, Kent

From a cheese and wine shop on the sea’s edge, to tiny modern seafood restaurants, and unmissable Campanian delicacies

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Where to Eat in Cornwall

Spanking fresh seafood, weighty pasties, and one of the U.K.’s outright best restaurant experiences

The Most Powerful Jubilee Street Party Table Has No Food on Its Plates

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Beloved London Chef Jeremy Lee Will Finally Bless the World With a Cookbook

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An Eater’s Guide to London

Unofficial, highly opinionated information and what to eat and drink in the Big Smoke

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