New Restaurant and Bar Openings Feb 2016 #2

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Patty and BunPatty & Bun Soho

What…/ Patty&Bun – one of London's original burger joint pioneers – has planted itself in Soho for its fourth and largest outpost yet! On the Menu…/ P&B fans can expect the beloved classics such as the Ari Gold, Smokey Robinson and the ‘Hot Chic' chicken burger with marinated buttermilk fried chicken. However, this latest menu also includes newcomers in the form of some very special bar snacks - think Roast Chicken skin with maple syrup and Patty&Bun's home made hotsauce, and Fried Chicken with Urfa chilli butter and lemon.  The venue also has a small bar area for guests to wash down their legendary burgers with craft beers, wines and a brand new cocktail menu devised by Berber & Q's head bartender, Danny Varley. Where…/ 18 Old Compton Street, Soho, London W1D 4TN


Native, Covent Garden

What…/ Native is a new restaurant specialising in the most interesting and delicious meats, vegetables and fish found around rural Britain. On the menu…/ Using innovative techniques, bold flavours and taking inspiration from street food, Native makes game, rare-breed meats and wild food more accessible in both approach and price.  The lunch and dinner menus will constantly change with seasonal ingredients with dishes including Pigeon Kebab and Southern Fried Rabbit, alongside full-flavoured foraged and vegetarian dishes. The drinks menu will highlight British wines and sparkling wines as well as seasonal cocktails. Where…/ 3 Neal's Yard, Seven Dials, Covent Garden, WC2H 9DP

The Swan at Shakespeare's Globe

What…/ Following an extensive refurbishment and to coincide with Shakespeare400, (a major programme of events marking the 400th anniversary of Shakespeare's death), The Swan at Shakespeare's Globe reopens its doors with a fresh, vibrant new look. On the menu…/ The all-day bar and restaurant showcases the best of British produce, including cured meats from Cobble Lane, honey from London Honey Co and the finest seafood from Cornwall's.  Signature dishes include Cider battered oysters; Cornish fish stew with Norfolk saffron potatoes; and Beef Wellington with savoy cabbage, carrots and a Madeira and truffle jus. The cocktails are also inspired by the best of British, such as the Swan Spritz: Kamm & Sons, elderflower, prosecco and soda; and a Somerset Sazerac: Somerset Cider Brandy, Absinthe and Peychaud's bitters. Where…/ 21 New Globe Walk, Bankside, London, SE1 9DT
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