Bokan Canary Wharf
Bokan is a new restaurant, bar and roof terrace opening in March at Novotel London Canary Wharf. Its menu is inspired by rich European cultural cuisines and it will serve artisanal food and drink using a mixture of local, ancient and adopted British ingredients. It will occupy the 37th, 38th and 39th floor of the hotel and they will host renowned DJs so you can party all night long, enjoying the views and cocktails made from boutique spirits. Find out more here: Visit site
Milk Train Covernt Garden
As we’re stepping into spring and the weather should (hopefully) begin to get warmer and brighter, it’s almost acceptable to start eating ice cream. There’s no better place than Milk Train in Covent Garden. A cone costs between £3.50 and £3.95, toppings come at an extra 50p each and for an extra £1, you can have your ice cream come floating on a candyfloss cloud. It is the perfect place to satisfy your sweet tooth. Milk Train Café, 44 Bedford Street, London, WC2E
Dirty Bones currently have three locations in Kensington, Carnaby and Shoreditch, all serving New York style comfort food and cocktails, and they’re set to open a new branch in Soho this month. Whilst you eat, they play old school hip-hop, soul and funk to make your dining experience a little more fun. Keep updated on when they will be opening in Soho here: Visit site .
The Good Life Eatery
The Good Life Eatery is a chain of small restaurants in Belgravia, Chelsea and Marylebone. We’re all guilty of over-indulging, especially in London where you can find sweet food and burgers on every corner, but this is the place to go if you’re in need of a clean meal. Their whole menu is made fresh everyday, they cater for vegans, vegetarians, the gluten-free and the dairy-free and their food is mostly locally sourced. Find out more here: Visit site.