Maître Choux, the world’s first choux pastry specialist patisserie, is bringing the taste of authentic French pastries to 59 King’s Road in Chelsea this autumn. Located down the road from the Saatchi Gallery, the brand’s sixth location will offer the same range of seasonal specials and the well-known and loved uniquely crafted eclairs.
Angler, the Michelin-starred seafood restaurant, is launching its summer bar in partnership with award-winning pioneers in English sparkling wine, Nyetimber. The terrace is located on the restaurant’s seventh story terrace and decorated with vibrant summer florals, bringing the summer feeling to the heart of the city until mid-September.
London’s favourite Scottish restaurant, Mac & Wild, is launching its Shooting Range and Whisky Bar at the lower ground of Mac & Wild Devonshire Square, just a 2-minute walk from Liverpool Street Station. Designed to bring two of Scotland’s favourite past-times to the heart of the city – whisky and shooting – Shooting Range and …
East Dulwich is welcoming a brand new bakery this month. The team behind S.E. Cakery are opening the doors to their first permanent location in Dulwich, tucked away on Upland Road and just minutes away from their headquarters in Peckham Rye Park.
Well known to London’s street food markets including Street Feast and …
An afternoon tea parlour and gin pop-up bar inspired by A Midsummer Night’s Dream will be hosted at Swan, Shakespeare’s Globe. Opening the Balcony Room exclusively from the 23rd of July until the 2nd of September, the venue will be transformed into the realm of Fairyland, lavishly decorated with flowers, trees, toadstools and butterflies.
Four Degree, the Japanese and European riverside restaurant in Vauxhall, has officially opened after an extended soft launch period. The restaurant is spread over two floors, offering incredible Thames-side views, while the fabulous and glamorous interior features a floral installation by celebrity florist, Larry Walshe and stunning light sculptures by renowned designer Tom Dixon.