The latest openings and rising stars on the restaurant scene

Wreckfish Bistro

Wreckfish Bistro

After a successful £200k Kickstarter campaign chef and restaurateur Gary User opened Wreckfish Bistro in the heart of Liverpool, six years after the launch of Sticky Walnut in Chester, two years after Burnt Truffle in Heswall and ju...

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Hurley House Hotel

Hurley House Hotel

Hurley House is a stunning boutique hotel with a fine dining restaurant and pub, located on the plot of land that was once home to the run-down Red Lion.

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The Rabbit in the Moon

The Rabbit in the Moon

The latest project from Michelin-starred chef Michael O'Hare is The Rabbit in the Moon, who has joined footballers Gary Neville and Ryan Giggs' company GG Hospitality as creative director to launch the new restaurant.

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The Ivy on the Square

The Ivy on the Square

Richard Caring headed to Scotland with the opening of The Ivy on the Square in September 2017, overlooking the prestigious St.

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Polpo Bristol

Polpo Bristol

The ever expanding group of Russell Norman and Richard Beatty's popular Venetian tapas restaurants have planted their feet on Whiteladies Road, one of Bristol's premier shopping areas.

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Paco Tapas

Paco Tapas

Sanchez Brothers co-founder Peter Sanchez-Iglesias performed a hat-trick with the opening of Paco Tapas in November 2016, sitting adjacent to their Pi-Shop and Michelin-starred Casamia in Bristol's new General Development.

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Rick Stein Marlborough

Rick Stein Marlborough

Following on from his recent opening in Barnes, South West London, Rick Stein's latest venture is in the charming old market town of Marlborough in Wiltshire.

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The Star Inn The Harbour

The Star Inn The Harbour

The Star Inn The Harbour sees Michelin-starred chef Andrew Pern returning to his roots with the opening of his latest venture in June 2016, located in the picturesque old fishing port of Whitby on the North Yorkshire coast.

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Tom's Kitchen

Tom's Kitchen

Michelin-starred chef Tom Aikens chose the vibrant and bustling city of Birmingham for his first UK site of his Tom's Kitchen brand, which joins siblings in Chelsea, Canary Wharf, St Katherine Docks and Somerset House.

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