Lucky Chip Burgers & Wine
Ben Denner, the brains behind Lucky Chip Burgers will open the doors to his first permanent restaurant, the 70-cover Lucky Chip Burgers & Wine in London’s Dalston on 22 January.
The venue will serve Denner's famous burgers such as the Kevin Bacon, Royale with Cheese and El Chappo along with accompanying ‘lucky chips’. They will form part of a more extensive menu comprising small and large plates, such as 54-day aged rib-eye steak with peppercorn sauce and Aussie favourite chicken parmigiana. Diners will be able to peruse a wine list comprising more than 100 varieties; meanwhile vintage-bottled bourbons and ryes as well as cocktails will also be on offer.
The restaurant will be available to book for large groups on a case-by-case basis.
Where: 23-25 Ridley Road, London E8 2NP
100 Wardour Street
Restaurant group D&D London is set to open 100 Wardour Street on 28 January, at the site once occupied by Latin-American restaurant, Floridita and Indian eatery, Carom.
The multi-levelled venue is described as a bar, restaurant and club. The Lounge area will be open throughout the day, serving breakfast and coffees in the morning, as well as cocktails and prosecco once night falls. The basement level will offer restaurant style dining, with a French-inspired menu by chef Liam Smith-Laing available. Guests can also expect live music and a late licence.
Where: 100 Wardour Street, London
Contact: 020 7716 0716
Galvin Restaurants’ Café à Vin will re-open as Galvin Hop on 22 January, serving beer and simple albeit flavoursome pub-style food, such as steak and frites and pork chops.
The venue is comprised of several spaces, all of which are available for private hire. The Conservatory is suitable for smaller-style events of between 30 and 40 people, meanwhile the Front Terrace can host up to 80 attendees. The Back Terrace Garden can accommodate 50 seated guests or 80 for a standing reception.
Where: 35 Spital Square, London EL 6DY
Contact: 020 7299 0402
(Johnny Stephens via streetfeastlondon.com)
While not a restaurant in the traditional sense, Street Feast's Dinerama in Shoreditch is ideal for lovers of street food, and it re-opens for business today (14 January), with a new enclosed space to protect patrons from the elements.
This time around it is playing host to the likes of taco and tostada specialists Breddos Tacos, mini burger producers Slider Bar, Yum Bun, which serves up Asian pork, duck and even tofu buns, as well as brisket aficionados, Smokestak. The street food market can be hired out completely, hosting 1,000 people, and also features individual areas available for hire.
Where: 19 Great Eastern St, London EC2A 3EJ
Contact: 0207 033 3903
The Ivy Kensington Brasserie
The recently opened venue serves modern British-inspired dishes throughout the day, with breakfast, lunch, afternoon tea and dinner as well as dessert and weekend brunch menus available. Breakfast dishes include pastries, truffled eggs and omelettes, meanwhile the lunch, dinner and afternoon offering spans everything from burgers and steak to shepherd’s pie and scones.
It is connected to business members club Kensington Pavilion, which offers private office suites as well as meeting spaces, the latter of which can accommodate between 30 and 40 people.
Where: 96 Kensington High St, London W8 4SG
Contact: 020 3301 0500
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