Oche London, the UK’s most exciting new restaurant offering incredible food, drink and an unrivalled darts experience opening on Thursday 14th July at their centrally-located venue on The Strand.
Explore the world of gastro gaming at the tech-driven, digitised darts venue! Guests can expect unique cocktails and mocktails accompanied by exceptional dishes – for an experience like no other and an evening to remember! Menu highlights from Oche’s Michelin-trained chefs include the Oysters, Yuzu & Wasabi, Halibut Ceviche and the signature Oche Slider.
Visit Oche and the start of the gastro gaming revolution!
Maria G’s has quite literally just opened in Kensington and you don’t want to miss out. This Italian restaurant opened this week by the talented chef Robin Gill whose previous entrepreneurial ventures include launching a deli, known as Counter Culture, as well as Sorella an Italian restaurant and finally Darby’s, an Irish style bar and bakery located in Vauxhall. This new restaurant is offering a seasonal summer menu which focuses on the fresh, light flavours of Italian summer in homage of Robin’s time working on the Amalfi Coast. Taste the Penzance red mullet seasoned with delicious flavours of Amalfi Lemon and wild fennel or twizzle your fork into a fresh bowl of pappardelle pasta with pink fir potatoes, pancetta, egg yolk and sage. For vegetarians and vegans there is also a separate menu available. As for the interior it has been designed with the purpose of offering a spot for friends and family to socialise in a chilled environment, the sort of place you would class as your neighbourhood meet up. Simplistic yet stylish. What more can we credit the restaurant for? Sustainability! The venue does their bit by using local suppliers, avoiding heavy food processes and ditching single use plastic reinforcing not only how ethical the restaurant is but also just how fresh the food is.
The Baring focuses on simplicity. Seasonal produce and ingredient led cooking to produce the most delicious pub food. These dishes: Smoked eel & pig’s head terrine, horseradish & daikon and Ricotta gnudi, broad beans & chervil will give you an indication of the sort of thing that will be on the menu. Opening from the 12th July in Islington.
Opening from the 14th July, this little wine bar is situated just off of the well known Portobello Market street in Notting Hill. This bar is following an open grill concept serving up tasty small plates with the menu soon to be revealed, so it is imperative you keep your eyes peeled. The drinks menu has been said to boast a vast selection of both old and new world wines and if wine isn’t your thing don’t worry they will have you covered with their cocktail menu. The space will be filled with vibrant music from a selection of fun genres such as jazz to funk to disco to tropical, all played from the record player. And if music is really your thing then be sure to check out their upcoming music events which will be sure to pack a punchy atmosphere. If your looking for something more intimate then grab your partner in wine and head down here.
Bubala – Soho
From Monday the 11th July Bubala is opening its second all vegetarian restaurant in Soho for lunch and dinner Monday-Saturday. However the difference here to the Spitalfields restaurant is that an additional al a carte menu is available as well as the set menu. Many of the original popular dishes such as the fried halloumi lathered in black seed honey will still be available as well as new flavoursome dishes including hispi cabbage with a ponzu sauce made of mandarin and ras el hanout spices. As for the drinks menu there is also an upgrade where there is homemade seltzers, craft beers, wines on tap and natural wines too. Not only is the menu expanding but so is the size this restaurant. If your intrigued to see how your food is cooked then grab one of seats in front of the open kitchen with the splendid view of the new yakitori grill or the rest of the restaurant can host up to 50 diners.
Birdies – Islington
Par-tee at Birdies new opening located in Angel Central Shopping Centre. From the 15th July you can round up your friends and family to test out their 9-putt course, which is far from easy. The green illumination room, ramps, tunnels, palm tree jungle puts a fun mind blowing spin on crazy golf. The excitement doesn’t end here.. cocktails such as the sweet spot, watermelon sugar or the mixed berry spritz mocktail will keep you going throughout the course. If your hungry there selection of burgers, starters and sides will more than satisfy you. This fun and vibrant environment is the perfect spot for any social gathering or quirky date night!
Eyal Shani, a celebrity television chef, has founded Miznon a contemporary causal dining restaurant which has turned into a global sensation with establishments in Paris, Vienna, New York, Melbourne, Singapore and Boston. Most importantly you will be pleased to know that from the 15th July you can now to dine in their new opening in Soho. Miznon will bring a sensational taste of Mediterranean to London where pitta will feature as the base of many of the dishes as it is known as the womb into which the food is put. But this isn’t just any normal pitta as this restaurant re-invents street food filling the pitta with delicious ingredients such as the seasoned lamb together with grilled tomato and onions closed with tahini, spicy and pickles. The signature famous whole cauliflower is another dish that everyone is raving about. Sounds delicious! Each location offers a new and slightly adapted menu taking a piece of the city to add a spin onto the dishes.
A new British brasserie is arriving on Maddox Street, Mayfair. From the 7th July you can enjoy breakfast, a snack, lunch, dinner or just simply drinks in this gorgeous 19th century listed building which has been recently restored. Start your day off right with the lobster benedict, soufflé omelette, blackberry chia set pot or maybe just stick with a traditional maddox full house either way you will not be disappointed. The all-day à la carte menu will feature dishes such as venison carpaccio with pineapple chutney, a selection of steaks and the London cure smoked salmon. A selection of light bites such as prawn popcorn and sharing boards will also be served in a separate bar area. This establishment definitely knows what they are talking about with the head chef behind this previously working at Kobe Jones, Aqua Kyoto and Gilgamesh. Similarly, the restaurant manager has experience at several of Gordon Ramsay’s Maze restaurants. Finally, if your looking to host a celebration or event then the four private dining spaces can host between 5-12 guests.