Every successful food pop-up likes to graduate to become a fully-fledged restaurant and the team behind Dead Dolls House has successfully achieved that dream
It's an extremely entrepreneurial decision to open a chicken shop close to Camden Tube Station given the multitude of clubs and music venues in the area. There is little risk of failure given that this is the team behind great restaurants like Boondocks, Stax and Butterscotch
There is an effortless charm with everything associated with Ember, a pan Asian fusion bar and dining establishment in Monument
There are food street festivals and then there is Night Tales. It is as much a celebration of delectable street food and drinks, as well as a musical celebration.
It takes a brave businessman to open up a halal burger and grilled meats restaurant which is also alcohol-free in London.
With the popularity of burger restaurants in Central London, you do have to wonder if one day there will be more of them than our iconic British pubs. Having a unique selling point is crucial to stand out in this crowded market place.
You must be doing something right if you've gone from a hot dog cart in Madison Square Park in Manhattan to a global phenomenon within a few years. It does help if your founder is Danny Meyer, the New York restaurateur who has the midas touch and can do no wrong.
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.
Let's shake things up a bit, forget Soho, forget East London, and forget alcohol – before you scream with horror let me finish – Things are happening in the suburbs of London.