Always good for a “delicious brunch”, Bill Granger’s eponymous chain of “buzzy and cool” Antipodean restaurants opens a fourth outpost in Chelsea in June. Tucked away a moment from Sloane Square tube station in Pavilion Road, the Sydney-style restaurant – complete with private dining room and terrace – will bring the same all-day dining (including “the legendary Granger […]

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A new Antipodean-inspired restaurant, Dickie Fitz, opened on the former site of The Newman Street Tavern (RIP) on 25 February. Set over two floors with 160 covers, Dickie Fitz will dish up Aussie-style weekend brunches, Sunday lunches and a Pacific-inspired all-day menu. Also expect Asian-infuenced cocktails and New World wine. On the menu: Steamed barramundi with dashi […]

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Australian-raised Italian brothers Gabriel and Marcello Bernardi bring an Antipodean approach to their motherland’s cuisine to London with Bernardi’s, now open in Marylebone. The 120-cover all-day restaurant and bar on the corner of Seymour Street and Seymour Place, occupies two floors of a restored Victorian property in Portman Village. As well as an open plan dining […]

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