A look at the latest restaurants, hotels, pubs and bars to open their doors
Ynyshir Hall, tucked between Borth Beach and Snowdonia National Park, has reopened as Ynyshir. The new owners are bringing chef Gareth Ward's food to the forefront of the Ynyshir experience, repositioning the property as a restaurant with rooms. It will maintain the service that hotel guests have come to expect, but be pushed forward as a dining destination. In line with the changes, opening days will be reduced to five a week.
Ynyshir offers 10 bedrooms alongside the restaurant, each offering views over the surrounding landscape of one of Britain's finest bird reserves. Click here to see the photo gallery.
Head chef Gareth Ward
Owners John and Jenny Talbot
General manager Amelia EirÁksson
Typical dishes Not French onion soup; sweet and sour mackerel; and tiramisu
The Great North Wood in West Norwood has opened a sister pub, the Brookmill, in Deptford in south east London. It offers food and drink in a cosy environment and craft beers from the nearby Brockley Brewery.
Covers Inside: 80; outside: 100
Head chef Olly Marlowe
General manager Pete Kovacs
Typical dishes Ham hock and gruyere pie; and roast Cornish cod with 'nduja risotto
Traditional Basque country restaurant Sagardi has opened in Shoreditch, east London. The menu champions fine cuts of beef and whole fish cooked on the grill. A traditional Basque fishing boat hangs from the ceiling.
Head chef IÁ±aki ViÁ±aspre
Owner Grupo Sagardi
Typical dishes Red tuna with ratatouille; salted cod; and baby squid in ink sauce
Dirty Bones has opened its latest site in a Grade II-listed building in Shoreditch, London. Serving New York-inspired comfort food dishes and cocktails, it's the first of the group to offer all-day dining throughout the week.
General manager Christopher Ver-Haest
Head chef Chris Evans-Gordon
Typical dishes Brisket and ox cheek; and beet and Portobello melt
Eneko at One Aldwych
Renowned for his three-Michelin-starred restaurant Azurmendi near Bilbao, Eneko Atxa has opened Eneko at One Aldwych in Covent Garden in London, offering a modern interpretation of traditional Basque cooking.
The interiors feature an imposing original cast iron and glass Edwardian doorway and a shining copper staircase leading to the floating 30-cover mezzanine bar overlooking the restaurant below.
Opened 1 September
Executive chef Eneko Atxa
Head chef Edurne MartÁn Delgado
Pastry chef Alice Serafini
Hotel general manager Kostas Sfaltos
Covers Seated: 110
Typical dishes 'Memories of the Bay of Biscay' (oyster, crab, wild prawn tartare); anchovy tempura; and Basque chicken liver parfait and Txakoli apple