London’s queen of Korean cuisine Linda Lee (of On the Bab and Mee Market) launches her seventh restaurant in Covent Garden on 2 February. On the Dak (Dak is Korean for chicken) will feature plenty of poultry with soups, noodles and rice, as well as fried chicken and dumplings to eat in and takeaway. On […]

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Restaurateur Linda Lee (Koba, On The Bab) is opening a new Korean venture on a two-floor Soho site; with dine-in, takeaway and retail sections, it will be based on the table-and-market concept found in Seoul, South Korea. Mee Market will open in Archer Street on Monday 4 December. After running several restaurants in Seoul, Linda Lee moved to […]

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⦿ Jay Rayner of The Observer reviewed The Other Naughty Piglet, a branch of Brixton’s Naughty Piglets inside Andrew Lloyd Webber’s new theatre in Victoria, The Other Place, where he found “a kind of modern British cooking with wallops of umami”. “Sometimes the cleverness is textural. A pile of white crab meat sits atop a heap of […]

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A new izakaya fusing Korean, Japanese and Taiwanese cuisines is due to open on 28 March on the 23rd floor of London’s Hilton Metropole near Edgware Road station. KOJAWAN (Korea, Japan, Taiwan – geddit?!) will offer fantastic views of the capital, as well as innovative dishes from Seoul, Tokyo and Taipei. Early bird diners who book a […]

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