Japanese restaurant Bone Daddies is to open a new restaurant in Old Street this September. This will be the fourth Bone Daddies, which specialises in ramen. The new addition will maintain it’s no reservations policy and will seat up to 65 covers. Expect some of the old favourites alongside a selection of new dishes. The popular rock ‘n’ roll soundtrack will also feature bringing the full experience of Bone Daddies to East London.
Where: Old Street, The Bower. 207-211, Old Street, London EC1V 9NR
When: September 2016
Franco Sotiu and Simon Pogson will open their fourth restaurant under the Solita brand in Barton Arcade. Originally planned as a wood-fired pizza joint, the duo have decided upon a 1950s New-York style steakhouse. At street level there will be a small cocktail bar and casual dining area. The restaurant will be located in the basement and sub-basement. The design includes a two-storey glass meat-aging room to mature the steak on site.
Where: Barton Arcade, Deansgate, Manchester M3 2BW
When: 1 July
Maître d, Paulo de Tarso and fellow restaurateur, Nicolas Jaouën celebrate the charm of Italy through food, wine and design. Head chef, Maurizio Morelli will bring Italy to Covent Garden through creating authentic regional Italian dishes using produce from Italy. The menu spans cured meats, carpaccio and tartare dishes to pasta and meat and fish courses.
Where: 45 Great Queen St, London WC2B 5AA
When: September 2016
Le Bistrot Pierre
The 15th addition of Le Bistrot Pierre is set to open in Gas Street, Birmingham, in a grade-II listed building on the city’s canal side. Serving a myriad of freshly prepared French dishes, the restaurant aims to recreate authentic French cuisine using carefully selected locally sourced ingredients. The restaurant will offer set menus from pre-theatre to evening à la carte.
Where: 46 Gas Street, Birmingham, B1 2JP
Mamie’s Crêperie and Cider Bar
French entrepreneur, Aymeric Peurois is set to open an authentic French-style crêperie in Covent Garden which is claiming to be the first of its kind. The three-storey site is open from breakfast to dinner serving a range of sweet and savoury Breton-style crêpes and galettes. There will be a basement bar named La Cidrothèque which will serve 10 French ciders from Britanny and Normandy, as well as ciders from Britain, Belgium and Sweden.
Where: 19 Catherine Street, London WC2B 5JS
When: July 2016
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