At Cafe Mish, they have a sign proudly proclaiming the Earl of Sandwich didn't "invent" the sandwich, it was created many centuries ago in the Middle East.
It's a real testament to the popularity of Le Bun that they can open a summer pop-up in a rowdy Brixton pub and then move to a top boutique hotel for their winter pop-up at the Zetter Hotel in Clerkenwell.
Having visited their multi-coloured radiant summer pop up by Tower Bridge during the warmer months of July and August, I was curious to see what they have been up to with their winter pop up special on Cannon Street. Ceru specialises in food from the Levant which is a large part of the eastern Mediterranean.
Restaurateurs in London would do well to pay Bombay Brasserie a visit and get a masterclass in restaurant longevity. They have been established since 1982 and a recent visit confirmed they are still one of the leading lights of the London culinary scene.
Londonâ€™s suburban pubs are giving the fashionable inner city joints a run for their money. More spacious and with less queues, you might actually get a seat on a Friday or Saturday night.
An exciting new restaurant has opened in the heart of the Londonâ€™s WestÂ End, guaranteed to give lovers of Japanese food a new hotspot to get their fix.