A constantly updated record of the key restaurant openings in the capital
Royal thalis, hand-pulled Lanzhou noodles, an outstanding Swedish bakery, and more
How the COVID-19 pandemic exacerbated existing gender inequalities in London’s restaurant industry
"I don’t think one can underestimate the collective toll the past 16 months has had on those within the industry"
The places permanently closed during the COVID-19 pandemic
A guide for the dumpling completist, spanning plump wontons, exacting xiao long bao, and everything in between
"The most important thing we’ve learned is to plan for the worst and hope for the best."
The pandemic and the end of the Brexit transition saw many restaurant workers leave London — and now the restaurants need them more than ever
Ahead of reopening dining rooms, London’s restaurants just hope they never have to close again
As COVID-19’s grip on restaurants begins to wane, they, their workers, and their suppliers are heading out of the frying pan and into the fire
Bread, wine, meat, fish, fruit, veg, and other groceries from shops, provisioners, and restaurants
"That was all that we wanted to do, keep people in jobs"