There are a bunch of new restaurants in the new Bloomberg building, and not one of them is an artisan fried mushroom burger stall from Dalston. Obviously. Instead, there is a second outpost of the ridiculously popular Soho Japanese restaurant Koya, which specializes in udon. You’ll find a slightly bigger space, but this new location definitely isn’t a secret and is already extremely busy.
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