New restaurants and cafes opened recently in the heart of London


London is famous for its excellent cuisine so it’s no wonder that a new restaurant or café regularly opens its doors to the public. Whatever you’re looking for there will be something exciting on offer whether it’s for a romantic date, a business lunch or just for the pleasure of eating at any time of the day. On that note, an eaterie that has received much press attention is the UK’s first cereal café, based in the trendy area of Shoreditch. The café is owned by identical twins Alan and Gary Keery in the bustling area of Brick Lane. It offers more than 120 different cereals, many imported, with 30 types of milk. Served throughout the day this has proved to be a big hit with its stream of regulars and passing tourist trade.

A place that is ideal for all the family is Top Dog, which is due to open in April in the electric area of Soho, in central London. This US hotdog restaurant offers organic sausages with rapeseed oil cooked fries and home-made relish. A popular choice for those wanting a healthy alternative to fast food this restaurant should be high on the list of tourists constantly on the move and wanting a quick and satisfying meal. Another great place to head to is Barrafina, which serves delicious Spanish tapas. Found in the beautiful Covent Garden area of the city this eaterie doesn’t take bookings so venture there at a decent hour to get a table.

Le Chabanais is a French restaurant due to open in the spring in the exclusive area of Mayfair. It’s said to have a different class of menu with interesting twists on traditional classics. Pure Taste is exactly the type of restaurant that fashionably healthy individuals will go for when in west London. The eaterie is the city’s first paleolithic kind, meaning no sugar, cheese or bread, which opened late last year. Found in the lovely Westbourne Grove area it has delicious dishes such as coconut flour flatbread. There are many amazing new restaurants appearing across London making it a fantastic time to be a foodie.

Hotels in London
If guests are searching for great 5 star Accommodation near Brewery Road London City then they should look no further than the five star Montcalm at the Brewery London City hotel. This is a splendid choice based at the centre of the capital with spacious, air-conditioned rooms and suites.  Visitors get to stay in complete luxury with modern amenities such as an LCD television and complimentary Wi-Fi. The beautiful rooms also have fresh fruit and chilled mineral water as well as quick room service on offer throughout the stay.

The accommodation is close to London’s , Barbican, Old Street and Moorgate underground stations. The hotel is near Oxford Street, the West End and the trendy area of Shoreditch. Travellers staying for work can use the six meeting and events rooms, which have many modern audio-visual facilities such as plasma screens. The residence’s amazing Chiswell Street Dining Rooms has delicious British cuisine with a private dining area.