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World's End Market , Kings Road.

Formerly the iconic The Worlds End Distillery & Restaurant, Chelsea, the new tenant- The World’s End Market is a new cool addition to the Chelsea’s gastronomy scene. 381 more words


Flat Three, Holland Park- a new gem within the culinary scene

Flat Three is a new Japanese inspired restaurant located in Holland Park with Scandinavian influence. I know what you are thinking – another Japanese inspired fusion restaurant in London? 273 more words


Coya, London

Peruvian food is something new to me , which I only started getting into last year. Previously, the only taste of Peru that I have ever enjoyed was from  fusioned Japanese-Peruvian dishes cooked out of the Nobu kitchen. 326 more words


The Imperial, Kings Road

The Imperial, King’s Road

An environmentally friendly British and sustainable gastro-pub in the heart of the Chelsea Design Quarter on Kings Road.

Experience… 393 more words


Big Fernand Finally Crosses the Channel

Big Fernand, London


Big Fernand has ventured to London to set up their burger workshop, focusing on French flavours and Parisian finesse. There are no hamburgers here, it is hamburgés that Big Fernand deals in. 409 more words


A revolution in eating out

A lot of change has taken place recently in the restaurant sector in London and across the country too.

It used to be that  those venturing to the capital for an evening  in the theatre, cinema and concert hall would be somewhat restricted in the question of eating beforehand.  517 more words


Dishoom (King's Cross)

We’re going through all the restaurants in Granary Square, because it’s only 25 minutes from our new flat and because they all do brunch. Was this an important consideration when househunting? 916 more words