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AUSSIES RULE

Skye Gyngell (left) set the trend for

all things Antipodean with Spring,

opened in 2014, while Farm Girl Café

has brought the laid-back Aussie vibe

to Notting Hill. We're eagerly awaiting

Salt ‹ Honey (from the guys behind

Manuka Kitchen), continuing its Oz take

on British ingredients. And Kiwi-born

Anna Hansen's City branch of The

Modern Pantry, with NZ-in uenced

cuisine, is expected in September .

WHAT'S HOT

WHAT'S NOT

Coming soon…

OYSTER HAPPY HOUR

It will set you back just £1 a bivalve

at The Richmond in Hackney,

6-7pm weekdays (5-6pm Sat).

We'll be there every Friday,

Tabasco at the ready

SCRUMPTIOUS

SEVENTIES

Coin Laundry is set to transport

its Exmouth Market premises

back to the 1970s, and will

feature a Kiev counter selling,

you guessed it, chicken Kiev.

Best news ever

BOTTOMLESS BOOZY

BRUNCHES

We can't get away from them

(Flesh & Buns and Forge & Co are

among our favourites), but we're

not complaining… hic!

MEATBALLS

The latest craze to bounce on

to London's dining scene takes

the form of Balls & Company's

massive, meaty… well, balls.

And they're the best damn

balls we've tasted

SITTING ON STOOLS

When we dine at a restaurant

we could be there for more

than two hours. Give us

some back support

puhhhlease

OTT COCKTAILS

Sure, we all like a bit of flair,

but at 5.30pm on a Friday,

feathers and freeze-dried bacon

dust are really not necessary.

Just bring us a drink

NATIONAL FOOD

DAYS

Sushi day, sandwich

day, doughnut day…

Enough already. It's just

Wednesday for heaven's sake

DETOX MENUS

We're eating out, we want

to indulge. Chia seeds and

raw pressed juice be gone!

THIS MONTH

Allan Pickett and Andre Blais

collaborate on Piquet, an AngloFrench

restaurant in Fitzrovia.

Austen's Smokehouse, DJ Yoda's

BBQ joint, opens in Kensal Rise.

Greek food might be the next big

thing, with Suvlaki opening in

Soho (see p.72).

NEXT MONTH

Dishoom comes to Carnaby

Street with the launch of the

chain's fourth all-day Bombaystyle

café.

Ramen heavyweight Bone

Daddies heads east with the

launch of an Old Street outpost.

LATER

Blues Kitchen is opening a third

site in Brixton in September.

D¢D London's mega restaurant

German Gymnasium is coming

to King's Cross

in September.

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restaurant news

WHAT'S

OYSTER HAPPY HOUR

It will set you back just £1 a bivalve

at The Richmond in Hackney,

6-7pm weekdays (5-6pm Sat).

We'll be there every Friday,

We'll be there every Friday,

Tabasco at the ready

SCRUMPTIOUS

SEVENTIES

Coin Laundry is set to transport

its Exmouth Market premises

back to the 1970s, and will

feature a Kiev counter selling,

you guessed it, chicken Kiev.

Best news ever

BOTTOMLESS BOOZY

BRUNCHES

We'll be there every Friday,

Tabasco at the ready

SCRUMPTIOUS

Islington restaurants haven't

been so prominent since Blair

and Brown made their 1994 deal

at Granita. Now heavyweights

Chris Corbin and Jeremy King

(of The Wolseley, The Delaunay

and Colbert) are giving Hoxton's

less edgy neighbour their seal

of approval with the launch

of all-day brasserie Bellanger

on Islington Green this

autumn. Meanwhile Hackney

supper-clubber Tom Oldroyd (of

The Secret Larder and former

Polpo chef-director) has set up

his ˜ rst permanent outpost,

British-focused Oldroyd, on

Upper Street, and revamped

gastropub The Canonbury

Tavern is helping to banish

Sunday blues in its mammoth

beer garden. With dude food

haven MeatLIQUOR set to open

soon, the future looks rosy.

Islington restaurants haven't

been so prominent since Blair

supper-clubber Tom Oldroyd (of

The Secret Larder and former

NEIGHBOURHOOD WATCH

ISLINGTON

BRUNCHES

We can't get away from them

(Flesh & Buns and Forge & Co are

among our favourites), but we're

not complaining…

MEATBALLS

BOTTOMLESS BOOZY

BRUNCHES

dust are really not necessary.

Just bring us a drink

NATIONAL FOOD

DAYS

Sushi day, sandwich

day, doughnut day…

Enough already. It's just

Wednesday for heaven's sake

DETOX MENUSDETOX MENUS

We're eating out, we want

to indulge. Chia seeds and

raw pressed juice be gone!

Wednesday for heaven's sake

DETOX MENUS

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