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Including London’s most spectacular new dining room, elegant cooking by the Regent’s canal, and a Cuban-inspired bar in the dead centre of town
How the COVID-19 pandemic exacerbated existing gender inequalities in London’s restaurant industry
The places permanently closed during the COVID-19 pandemic
The leading lights in London’s thrilling Indian restaurant scene offer regional specialities, signature dishes, and more
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
"That was all that we wanted to do, keep people in jobs"
"I have no faith in this government. They have shown almost sneering contempt for hospitality and feel we can be used to do the work they are so incompetent to do themselves."
"It’s crucial that once we can trade again that we are not subject to further lockdowns, therefore it’s imperative those timings are measured and precise."
"The last 12 months have shown resilient businesses are built on decisions they make autonomously, on a controllable level for themselves."
In a year of few and delayed openings, which ones stood out?
London’s most interesting upcoming restaurant openings of 2021
"It certainly is not a very merry Christmas to anyone working in the hospitality industry"
"We are in a battle with a way to go yet, steel yourself on your mettle and… onward!"
The chef, restaurateur, and star of Chef’s Table opens up on moving and opening a restaurant under COVID-19
The places we know have permanently closed during the COVID-19 pandemic
Historically a space of intimacy and rebellion, some of the most invigorating cooking and cultural conversation in the city takes place at the supper club table
Cookbooks from the city’s best restaurants, the coolest soap, the most packed hampers, the most stylish ceramics, and more
Bengali specialities, griddled flaky kati rolls, Desi-Chinese noodles, and more