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1st Dec 2012 9:54am | By Editor
Feast on Malaysian food and street art at Tootoomoo (above) – a new Pan-Asian restaurant inspired by a folklore tale.
The menu – expect sushi, randang, green curry and spicy salads – has been influenced by street food hawkers.
While the design is courtesy of Milo Tchais, who was commissioned to design a mural depicting the stories of the little girl who tames a giant.
Book in or grab food to takeaway from the venue in Crouch End.
New York-inspired Honky Tonk will be throwing open its doors for a weekly party brunch.
Dig into an all-American menu – think French toast with maple syrup, bubble and squeak, and eggs benedict – while tapping your feet to live blues, jazz and rockabilly. Dishes start from £5.95.
To add a tequila kick to your lunchtime, swap jam on toast for a marmalade margarita at this west London venue.
The brunch takes place every Saturday until January 5.
Mixing themes from Chinese medicine, Asian tearooms, poppy fields and elegant boudoirs, a new restaurant is opening in London.
Opium Cocktail And Dim Sum Parlour is housed in the roof of a listed building, overlooking the back streets of Chinatown.
Expect to enjoy dim sum – think lobster dumplings with XO sauce, crispy fried oysters – while seated within oriental wardrobes. Don’t leave without trying a cocktail, showcasing Asian flavours.
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