James Lowe and John Ogier of Flor & Lyle’s have launched a 'posh' pizzeria. ASAP Pizza is takeaway-only, offering New York style red and white pizzas created by their expert Pam Yung, as well as a few other dishes. Yung - operating out of Flor’s Borough Market premises - has experience of working at some of the world’s best pizza places like Bonci in Rome and L’Industrie Pizzeria in NYC - and is serving up New York-style, sourdough creations - including a take on a classic ‘Hawaiian’, topped with pickled Scotch bonnet chillies, red onion, grilled pineapple, and cured pig’s cheek - which are all customisable with the likes of Cantabrian anchovies, house-made sausage, and smoked mozzarella. Available to order on Click & Collect and Deliveroo.
Experience one of the country’s most famed fish restaurants, Bentley’s Oyster Bar & Grill, at home, with renowned chef Richard Corrigan’s new concept. A name inspired by the restaurant’s witty and playful charm, Mr Oyster Boy offers a range of signature Bentley’s ready-to-eat dishes (think rock oysters with champagne mignonette & lobster bisque with tarragon and brandy cream etc.), as well as a few specials that change weekly alongside brunch and picnic hamper options. Accompaniments including homemade tartare, mayonnaise and peppercorn are also available to buy alongside an ever-changing dessert option. Pictured.
David Moore, founder of Fitzrovia’s Pied à Terre restaurant, has recently launched this new concept, available for delivery across the capital and for collection. Dine on a plant-based Feast Box from one of London’s oldest Michelin-starred restaurants - every Saturday. One box (£50) feeds two people and contains a selection of sharing dishes. The menu changes on a weekly basis and a wine supplement is available with bottles selected by the Pied à Terre team to complement the menu. Previous dishes have included chilled roasted tomato soup with dill oil mushroom spelt risotto and coconut rice pudding with mango puree.
Acclaimed restaurateur, Vivek Singh, is spicing up lockdown with the arrival of its delivery service from The Cinnamon Collection. Order your favourite modern Indian dishes. Start with Rajasthani soola spiced paneer tikka, before a comforting Old Delhi style butter chicken or a Hyderabad spiced lamb biryani. For a more casual affair, Cinnamon Kitchen Battersea is offering up summery, street-food style small plates alongside curries and biriyanis with a modern makeover. Both menus are available to order via Deliveroo, Supper, Just Eat and Uber Eats for delivery within select London postcodes. Orders can also be collected from Cinnamon Kitchen Battersea.
This recently opened Mediterranean restaurant in Notting Hill showcases influences from Isreal - with a concise menu focusing on simple sharing plates and nutritious, seasonal ingredients - inspired by Head Chef Oren King’s Tel Aviv background - who has previously worked in the kitchens at Roka and Dinner by Heston. Taking cues from the “informality of Mediterranean dining culture” dine on traditional Israeli dishes, full of robust Mediterranean flavours such as: juicy chicken thighs rubbed with harissa spice mix; slow braised, Jerusalem spiced lamb shoulder, served with tabbouleh bulgur and handmade lamb sausages with maghreb spices.
Lockdown dining, new delivery & collection options