The sky's the limit this spring with five top dining out ideas to suit everyone.
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Say hello to spring with Zizzi’s new menu for the season! Melted Mozzarella and Pepper Pesto Crocchettes, served with a creamy red pesto to dip is just one of the spring specials waiting for you to try.
On the pizza front, we've totally fallen for the new Prosciutto Fresca Rustica Pizza, which combines fresh figs, prosciutto, caramelised balsamic onions, Bufala mozzarella and more.
Firing up the grill
This spring Jamie Oliver's Barbecoa is serving tender dishes smoked and roasted to perfection.
Feel the heat as the Texas pit smokers fire up in St Paul's. Try the Chicken Wings to start – hot spiced with a blue cheese sauce. For main, go for the Sirloin dish, served with roasted shallots and escarole, and order a side of beef-dripping chips splashed in Volpaia vinegar and Cornish salt, just for good measure.
Call in for Korean
A mouthwatering new special has arrived at Byron in time for spring: the South Korean-inspired Kimcheese.
With a Korean BBQ glaze, bacon, Freddar cheese, crispy onions, kimchi cucumbers, Gochuchang sauce and Ssamjang mayo, it's taking centre stage on the menu this season. Choose Gangnam Fries or Seoul Street Wings as a side and wash it all down with a craft beer.
Authentic and fresh
Slurp away on noodles or enjoy Vietnamese street food at Pho this Easter. Dip, roll and share crispy spring rolls, full of tiger prawns, crab and pork, to start. Then choose from bun noodles – and nem nuong pork balls or beef to top rice noodles with a lemongrass and chilli wok-fried topping.
SPICE IT UP
Sky's the limit
Arrive on our 6th floor and experience the buzzing vibe at Madison's which also boasts breath-taking views of the London skyline.
We're keeping our fingers crossed for good weather this spring and this is the perfect place to take in the rays. The Josper Grill – an indoor charcoal BBQ gives a smoky rich flavour to grilled dishes. Try the corn-fed chicken, cooked with a lemon and green chilli marinade. Or, if visiting on a Sunday, try the chicken the traditional way, roasted, covered in gravy and served with all the sides.