Sauce Loves… Autumnal Launches
Leaves are falling, the temperature is winding down, and there are plenty of restaurant openings to look forward to.
Les 110 de Taillevent. Luxurious wine-pairing brasserie opening this October in Cavendish Square.
Featuring a hundred and ten wines by the glass, paired with contemporary and seasonal French dishes, guests will experience the French art-de-vivre. Carefully curated over the years, this impressive wine list highlights the flavours and finesse of each dish. Bon appetit indeed.
Big Easy Bar.B.Q & Lobstershack Authentic All- American institution goes large in Canary Wharf opens on the 4th of November.
Large and in charge! The London favourite will land in Canary Wharf with a 400-cover restaurant, with the much loved in-house smoked goods still on offer alongside weekend brunches, afternoon tea and a ‘Rum Bar’.
Sartoria: Stylish Italian on Savile Row to relaunch with celebrated chef Francesco Mazzei this November.
Following an extensive refurbishment, renowned chef Mazzei will unveil Sartoria’s new menu, featuring dishes from his Italian hometown. A blend of Mayfair charm and Italian style, the restaurant and new Libare Bar and terrace will relaunch on this iconic street with a flourish.
Burger & Lobster Old Bailey boozing is no longer just for the Judges with the upcoming opening of this much loved restaurant’s newest post.
Launching next week at the Old Bailey, Burger & Lobster fans will be able to get their fix from their new London site. Famous for their no-nonsense (and no menu) approach- this fun new spot is for all your hungry lunching needs.
German Gymnasium D&D London are set to unveil their latest addition to the group in the Grade II listed former gym, King’s Cross, with an exciting range of european dishes.
In mid-November, King’s Cross welcomes German Gynamsium, with European dishes taking over the listed space. Perfect for weekend brunching, healthy breakfasts, a selection of authentic German delicacies and a wine list showcasing exclusive German, Austrian and Hungarian labels.