It’s been a busy couple of weeks for one of London’s best restaurant PR agencies and some of our clients who are getting ready to finally reopen their terraces in April.

House of Coco have rounded up the best of best places to visit in just a couple of weeks. Japan or India? Heddon Yokocho in the West End and Natak in Limehouse are ready to open their terraces and transport guests to distance shores for regional ramen and authentic Indian dishes.

Some exciting open news hit the press this week and Big Hospitality was the first to share that a Crouch End favourite, Barber’s Bazaar was heading to Kentish Town to provide traditional Pakistani and Indian cuisine with a modern twist from chef Abdul Yaseen.

A true favourite, Shoryu’s DIY ramen kits have this week been featured in GQ Magazine’s best Ramen kits alongside a new launch from the team covered by The Capturist. The collaboration with virtual reality star Hatsune Miku is a turquoise sensation available until April 4th.

Next, a cause for celebration, Firezza, the authentic pizza delivery and collection brand is turning 20 this month, and to celebrate they will be giving away free pizza for one day only on the 1st of April as told by London on the Inside. Head to their site next week for 20 minutes of free pizza available across all 19 sites.

Finally, with Easter just around the corner, London Stock have released their Luxury Easter Meal Kit and have been included in Luxuriate Life’s best Easter gifts for foodies. Dine on a feast of slow-cooked minted lamb shank or the showstopping wellington of beef or hay-baked celeriac and bread and butter pudding for dessert.

If you’d like advice around generating coverage for your restaurant, or just want to learn more about what’s new and what’s hot, contact one of London’s best restaurant PR agency is all ears.

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