A look at the latest restaurants, hotels, pubs and bars to open their doors.
Razak Helalat, the founder of Brighton's Coal Shed and Salt Room restaurants, has launched a new site in the city with music curated by local DJ Norman Cook (aka Fatboy Slim).
Designed to be a ‘grown-up' drinking and dining spot, Burnt Orange is open until 12am Monday to Wednesday and 1am Thursday to Saturday. Head chef Peter Dantanus – formerly of the Salt Room – serves a menu of wood-fired dishes designed for grazing.
Drinks include the eponymous Burnt Orange gin martini, which combines Salcombe gin, Cointreau, Lillet Blanc and grilled orange skin; and the Majorelle Julep with Tanqueray gin, fresh pomegranate, pink grapefruit, honey and mint.
The restaurant is situated in a 16th-century former coach house and is close to Brighton seafront. It has 54 indoor covers, a 28-cover courtyard terrace and private dining room with space for 10 guests.
Opened 21 June
Founder Raz Helalat
Typical dishes Crab and samphire fritters with brown crab tahini; shawarma pork belly with date molasses and pickled fennel salad
Photo credit: James French
Graeme Cheevers is hoping to win Glasgow's first Michelin star since Gordon Ramsay's Amaryllis closed with a tasting menu and an à la carte of modern European dishes.
Opened 2 June
Founders Graeme Cheevers
Typical dishes Veal sweetbreads with Wye Valley asparagus, pickled walnut and preserved lemon; North Sea monkfish and bone marrow, caramelised onion, Oscietra caviar
Shoreditch operator Atis has opened a second London restaurant, bringing its colourful salads to Eccleston Yards in Belgravia. Menus are based around seasonal, healthy ingredients with dishes available to eat in or take away.
Founders Eleanor Warder and Phil Honer
Opened 7 June
Typical dishes The Azteca bowl: chopped romaine, baby spinach, charred corn, crumbled feta, avocado, lime-coriander dressing
An intimate jazz and cabaret bar is the newest addition to the Ned hotel in London. Guests can enjoy live entertainment over dinner and cocktails, with acts including British singer and pianist Reuben James and a theatrical production from Black Cat Cabaret.
Typical dishes Lobster thermidor with brandy, Parmesan and English mustard; chicken Kiev with black truffle and spinach; baked Alaska with chocolate and salted caramel
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