Zoë and Layo Paskin (the siblings behind The Palomar and The Barbary) are opening a tiny (and we do mean tiny!) English coffee house in Seven Dials. Jacob the Angel with have just 10 covers and serves breakfast, lunch and tea every day, with takeaway options. It opens its doors at 16 1⁄2 Neal’s Yard on […]

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Carl Clarke has secured a second site for his “fun and buzzy” little fried chicken specialist Chick ‘n’ Sours, which opened on Dalston’s main drag last year. The new Seven Dials venue will open in mid-September and have a short, punchy menu of free-range herb-fed fried chicken alongside the restaurant’s trademark sour cocktails – an “excellent […]

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Dining in Seven Dials continues its upward trajectory, as the people behind long-time Soho favourite Bocca di Lupo follow in Marcus Wareing and Russell Norman’s footsteps to open a restaurant there. Jacob Kenedy and Victor Hugo, of the lauded tapas-style Italian, will launch their second London outpost, Vico, in late-August right next door to Norman’s Ape […]

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Marcus Wareing will open his new, stand-alone restaurant Tredwell’s, in Seven Dials, next month. This is the first time Marcus Wareing Restaurants has opened an establishment not backed by a hotel. The group’s other sites, the Gilbert Scott and Marcus, are in the Renaissance Hotel at St Pancras and the Berkeley in Knightsbridge respectively. Tredwell’s, apparently […]

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