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RESTAURANT NEWS

TOP OF THE

POP šUPS›

Only an elite few progress from the

pop-up parade to perma-status…

FARANG LONDON

Seb Holmes (Smoking Goat, Begging

Bowl) takes his phenomenally popular

pop up, Pestle, to the next level in

Borough this spring, combining seasonal

ingredients and Thai street food.

SOM SAA

Headed up by Andy Oliver (ex-Nahm

London), this Thai diner made waves as a

pop up in Climpson's Arch. Two years in

the making, it finally lands in Shoreditch.

SWINGERS

Tee up for one of the City's nuttiest

openings: a huge venue housing Le Bab,

Pizza Pilgrims and Patty & Bun, two

nine-hole crazy golf courses, five cocktail

bars and a clubhouse with gin terrace.

WALTER AND MONTY

"Meat + coal" is the tagline of these

barbecue street foodies, who'll be

slapping all kinds of meat and fish on the

charcoal in the City from April.

REMIND US? The company

behind big hitters Duck & Wae

and Sushisamba has announced

not one, but three new openings

in the capital.

SO WHY THE FUSS? In London,

Duck & Wa¢e has Dan Doherty

at the helm, while Sushisamba is

headed up by Cláudio Cardoso.

Both are hot young chefs who have

the city's glitterati queueing up in

droves; week in, week out.

TELL US MORE Sushisamba is

heading to Covent Garden's

Opera Terrace, Duck & Wa¢e

to the new St James's Market

development on Haymarket and

all-new concept Raw & BBQ will

open on Mayfair's Berkeley Street.

SO WHAT? With seven

restaurants across New York,

Miami, Las Vegas and London,

it looks like Samba-dy is headed

for world domination.

EVERYBODY'S

TALKING ABOUT…

...SAMBA BRANDS MANAGEMENT

Boparan Restaurant Holdings (BRH) has bought Cinnamon Collection as

part of plans to build a multi-brand restaurant portfolio. Vivek Singh, CEO

and executive chef of Cinnamon Collection, assures us BRH's ambitions are

"very much aligned" with his own, explaining: "Our focus this year is on

expanding Cinnamon Kitchens in London. �e new branches will be similar

in terms of vibe and offering, operating in the mid-premium sector offering

contemporary Indian food in a stylish environment." When asked about taking

�e Cinnamon Club international, he said there were no immediate plans, but

they'd consider it if the right site turned up. We've got our thinking caps on…

CINNAMON SALE

SOM SAA

WALTER AND MONTY

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