A look at the latest restaurants, hotels, pubs and bars to open their doors
The Hyde at the Royal Park hotel
The Hyde bar has opened to the public at the Royal Park hotel near London's Hyde Park. Aimed at providing an elegant but cosy space for lunch or afternoon tea, and a dimly lit cocktail bar or dinner venue by night, the bar has the character of a 19th century British townhouse.
Like the rest of the hotel, the Hyde has a selection of Georgian antiques, and the furniture is made of old mahogany or rosewood. The bar's interior was created by the in-house design team at parent company Roseate Hotels and Resorts, along with design input from Smriti Bhatia.
The drinks menu includes a worldwide selection of premium wine and spirits including the Balvenie 40 whisky, Yamazaki whisky and Tesseron Extreme cognac.
Opened 10 February
Head bartender Luca Rapetti
Head chef Matt McKiernan
Typical dishes Chili tiger prawn katzu; foie gras terrine; and sauté of wild mushrooms with brioche and truffle crème fraîche
Starting room rate £180
Owner/operator The Bird Group
Panetteria by Fucina
Italian restaurant Fucina in London's Marylebone has opened Panetteria, an organic delicatessen and bakery, next door. Panetteria has red brick detailing and wooden display cabinets, and floor-to-ceiling glass walls on one side, through which customers can watch the chefs making gelato and pasta.
Head baker Massimiliano Porta
Typical dishes Fresh pastries, breakfast pizzas, sandwiches, artisanal meats and cheeses
Bel-Air has opened in Farringdon, north London. The Californian-inspired menu offers food made with sustainably and ethically reared meat and fish. The interior features a marble counter with copper lights, blue linen banquettes and geometric wireframe chairs.
Founder Andrew Bredon
Typical dishes Sesame labneh with lobster ceviche; and charred pumpkin falafel salad with kale, quinoa and chilli sauce
Mixologist Tony Conigliaro has opened a new bar, Untitled, in London's Hackney. The drinks menu will comprise 12 original cocktails, including Snow (pictured) and Violin. The design features polished concrete and silver walls, a nod to Andy Warhol's Silver Factory studio.
Owner Tony Conigliaro
Design Studioprototype and Benny Robinson
Brick Lane Brews
Truman's Brewery has launched Brick Lane Brews, a new café-bar at London City Airport, serving beigels, coffee and beer. The venue features a wraparound horseshoe bar and striking copper pipework.
Covers 22 seated; 18 standing
General manager Angelo Palam
Typical dishes Salmon and cream cheese beigels; gourmet pork, cider and apple sausage rolls; artisan popcorn; hand-cooked crisps
Camino Bankside, near London Bridge, has reopened after a refurbishment, to create 70 covers and an open kitchen. The bar, originally the focal point, has been swapped with the main restaurant area to enable more space for both seated and standing guests.
Typical dishes Ibérico meatballs in almond sauce with crispy potatoes; and txigorki baked goat's cheese with sun-dried tomato
Tom Aikens has opened his latest Tom's Kitchen restaurant, bar and deli in Birmingham's Mailbox, the group's first UK venture outside the capital. It offers British favourites and comfort food classics in a relaxed and informal brasserie setting.
Chef-patron Tom Aikens
Typical dishes Fish and chips with crushed peas; poached monkfish with escabeche, saffron sauce, herb crust; and truffled macaroni cheese