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�TALK OF THE�

TOWN HALL HOTEL

After Viajante closed earlier

this year, rumours were rife as

to who would take on the site.

It has been revealed that Jason

Atherton will be backing the

Bethnal Green hotel's as-yetunnamed

new restaurant, and

Lee Westcott, who is already

executive chef at two of

Atherton's restaurants in Hong

Kong, is to head up proceedings.

restaurant news

WHAT'S HOT

LOBSTER ROLLS

Goodman is about to open London's

first dedicated lobster roll bar, on

Duke Street in Mayfair.

HOTEL DINING

With Simon Rogan at Claridge's,

Nuno Mendes at Chiltern Firehouse,

and recently relaunched MARCUS

at The Berkeley, eating in hotels has

never been better.

STEAKS

They're still going strong. In the

next few months, STK will open

two new sites in the City and Canary

Wharf, Hawksmoor will head west

to Knightsbridge, and Flat Iron

and Foxlow will both open second

branches in Soho.

SMOKING

Big Easy in Covent Garden has a

dedicated smoking pit, Q Grill in

Camden serves a range of smoked

meats, Ember Yard has smoky

tapas, and David Moore's One Sixty

is dedicated to the art of cooking

with smoke.

HYBRID BAKES

We've had the duffin, the cronut,

the crodough and the dosant.

Enough already, the names are

silly and the originals are better.

BAD FOOD PHOTOS

Just Google 'sad food' for galleries

of uninspiring food, which should

never have been photographed.

INDOOR STREET FOOD

We loved Hawker House over

the summer and enjoy a good

pub residency as much as anyone,

but now that the weather is

improving, it's time for the traders

to get back to the, er, street.

POSH CHIPS

The London Fire Brigade says that

fires caused by deep-frying pans

increased 14% last year, suggesting

a trend for 'posh' and triple-cooked

chips could be behind it.

and fi nally...

Chef Ollie Couillaud has left his

role as head chef at Wimbledon's

Lawn Bistro to become executive

chef at The Royal Academy,

working with Peyton « Byrne.

Hedone chef Mikael Jonsson

has taken on a consultant role

at Soho wine bar Antidote and

has developed its new menus.

Nigel Haworth of Northcote

in Lancashire has opened The

Nag's Head pub in Cheshire, his

­ fth pub in northern England.

The Clink has opened in

Brixton prison, working to help

inmates gain skills for future

employment. It gives the public

the chance to dine within the

prison. Get ready to clear security.

After being forced to close

due to structural problems,

Ducksoup's Hackney sister

restaurant Rawduck has

reopened near London Fields

railway station.

Hoxton's Red Dog Saloon has

brought its US BBQ food south

of the river, opening a second

branch at Clapham North.

WHAT'S NOT

Duke Street in Mayfair.

HOTEL DINING

With Simon Rogan at Claridge's,

Nuno Mendes at Chiltern Firehouse,

and recently relaunched MARCUS

at The Berkeley, eating in hotels has

never been better.

WHAT'S

the summer and enjoy a good

to get back to the, er, street.

Kong, is to head up proceedings.

HYBRID BAKES

We've had the duffin, the cronut,

the crodough and the dosant.

Enough already, the names are

silly and the originals are better.

BAD FOOD PHOTOS

Just Google 'sad food' for galleries

of uninspiring food, which should

never have been photographed.

WHAT'S

POSH CHIPS

The London Fire Brigade says that

fires caused by deep-frying pans

increased 14% last year, suggesting

a trend for 'posh' and triple-cooked

chips could be behind it.

The London Fire Brigade says that

fires caused by deep-frying pans

never been better.

STEAKS

They're still going strong. In the

next few months, STK will open

two new sites in the City and Canary

Wharf, Hawksmoor will head west

to Knightsbridge, and Flat Iron

and Foxlow will both open second

branches in Soho.

SMOKING

Big Easy in Covent Garden has a

dedicated smoking pit, Q Grill in

Camden serves a range of smoked

meats, Ember Yard has smoky

never been better.

STEAKS

They're still going strong. In the

next few months, STK will open

Coming soon…

THIS MONTH

Sardine the new Dalston

restaurant from Dock Kitchen

chef Stevie Parle

Villiers Co¨ ee Company and

Dining Room from the team

behind Gordon's Wine Bar

NEXT MONTH

Fera, the new restaurant by

Simon Rogan at Claridge's

Rivea from legendary chef

Alain Ducasse will open in the

Bulgari hotel in Knightsbridge

Lyle's, the ­ rst opening from

James Lowe, previously of

The Young Turks, will open on

Shoreditch High Street

City Social in the City's

Tower 42 will become Jason

Atherton's latest and highest

restaurant

LATER

L'Anima Café will open next

to the original, more formal

Italian from Francesco Mazzei

Flat Iron's second branch

will launch in Covent

Garden

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