Sunday Lunch at Bush Hall Dining Rooms
Shepherd's Bush is not somewhere you visit in expectation of good food. But with the opening of Bush Hall Dining Rooms, that is all about to change. Shepherd's Bush locals and music fans will know Bush Hall, the venue that has played host to such artists as Amy Winehouse, Florence + the Machine and Kings of Leon when they were first starting out. Now Bush Hall has taken over the greasy spoon next door and turned it into what is set to become a classic neighbourhood restaurant. The menu features comfort food with a bit of a twist, with such treats as Bloody Mary Mussels and Shrimp Cocktail with Jack Daniel's Marie Rose sauce. But the bit we're most excited about is the "Friend & Family" roasts: a joint of meat served at your table with veg and potatoes - just like home, but without the washing up. Maybe it won't be long until Shepherd's Bush becomes a destination for dining after all.

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Using Your Noodle
Burger after burger is all well and good, but their nutritional value is… arguable, to say the least.Thank goodness then for Shoryu, a ramen restaurant in Regent Street, which also has a pop-up in Soho, and promises to perk you right up. Less trendy than their contender around the corner, the brilliant Bone Daddies, their noodles in broth are equally good and particularly nourishing, especially if you are fending off the dreaded Summer Cold. Shoryu specialises in making tonkotsu ramen, which originate from the Hakata district in Fukuoka, in Southern Japan. Pictured is the dramatic sounding Dracula Tonkotsu, which contains caramalised black garlic and garlic mayu, but we love their Piri Piri Tonkotsu too, which comes with a bit of a kick.

Please note that the Soho pop-up is closed at the beginning of this week, until June 20th.

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