New Restaurants Opening in London

Yamabahçe

What? A restaurant specialising in Turkish flatbread from Alan Yau, the man behind Wagamama and Busaba.

Where? Marylebone

When? September 26

Wulf and Lamb

What? A plant-based restaurant in Chelsea.

Where? Chelsea

When? September 2017

Littleduck Picklery

What? A pickleshop, diner and wine bar from the people behind Ducksoup and Rawduck.

Where? Hackney

Opening: September 2017

Southam Street

What? A three storey restaurant from the people behind 108 Garage. Expect a grill, a raw bar and a champagne bar too.

Where? Notting Hill

When? September 2017

Gilly’s Fry

What? A fish and chip shop with an Asian twist.

Where? Finsbury Park

When? September 2017

Taka

What? A high-end Japanese restaurant in Mayfair.

Where? Mayfair

When? September 2017

La Fromagerie Bloomsbury

What? A new branch of the cheese specialist, this time in Bloomsbury.

Where? Bloomsbury

When? October 2

Kintan

What? A second branch of the yakinuku restaurant, where you grill your own meal at the table, this time in central London.

Where? Fitzrovia

When? October 2017

Camino Shoreditch

What? A restaurant and tapas bar set on the ground floor of Principal Place, with a heated 40-cover outside terrace.

Where? Shoreditch

When? October 2017

Gul and Sepoy

What? A ‘double menu’ Indian restaurant in Spitalfields from the duo behind Gunpowder.

Where? Spitalfields

When? October 2017

Rambla

What? A second restaurant from Victor Garvey, chef patron of Covent Garden Spanish joint Encant.

Where? Soho

Opening: October 2017

Breddos Taqueria

What? A second branch of the Mexican taqueria (and former street food favourite), this time in Soho.

Where? Soho

When? October 2017

Torshi

What? A Middle Eastern restaurant set within Five Miles, a bar and club in Seven Sisters.

Where? Seven Sisters

When? October 2017

Inigo

What? A sushi spot promising longer, thinner sushi rolls.

Where? Soho

When? October 2017

Caravan Fitzrovia

What? Another branch of the brunch spot, coffeebar and roastery, this time in Fitzrovia.

Where? Fitzrovia

When? October 2017

The Coal Shed

What? A Tower Bridge seafood and steak restaurant from the people behind Brighton’s Salt Room.

Where? Tower Bridge

When? October 2017

Pufferfish

What? A Pan-Asian restaurant at Mahiki Kensington.

Where? Kensington

When? October 2017

Shake Shack

What? A new branch of the Shake Shack burger chain, this time at Cambridge Circus.

Where? Soho

When? October 2017

Dean & DeLuca

What? A London branch of the famous New York deli.

Where? Mayfair

When? October 2017

Mr White’s English Chophouse

What? An English chophouse from Marco-Pierre White.

Where? Whitechapel

When? October 2017

Parsons

What? A seafood restaurant from the people behind 10 cases bar.

Where? Covent Garden

When? October 2017

Aulis

What? An eight-seater ‘experimental’ kitchen from two Michelin starred chef Simon Rogan.

Where? TBC

When? October 2017

Megan’s by the Green

What? A second branch of the dog-friendly King’s Road restaurant, this time in Parson’s Green.

Where? Parson’s Green

When? October 2017

Maitre Choux

What? A Soho branch of the choux pastry specialist.

Where? Soho

When? October 2017

The Drunken Butler

What? A restaurant mixing French, Persian and Korean cuisine, with a focus on fermenting.

Where? Clerkenwell

When? October 2017

By Chloe

What? The first UK branch of the trendy New York vegan restaurant.

Where? Covent Garden

When? September 2017

Rochelle Club ICA

What? A second branch of the popular Shoreditch canteen, this time at the Institute of Contemporary Arts.

Where? Green Park

When? October 2017

Sabor

What? A Spanish restaurant from Nieves Barragán (previously executive chef at Barrafina), located on Mayfair’s foodie Heddon Street.

Where? Mayfair

When? October 2017

Red Farm

What? A London branch of the New York dumpling restaurant.

Where? Covent Garden

When? October 2017

Killer Tomato Portobello

What? A branch of the burrito and taco joint, this time in West London.

Where? Notting Hill

When? October 2017

Giggling Squid

What? The first London branch of the UK Thai restaurant chain.

Where? Wimbledon

When? October 2017

The Pilgrm

What? A hotel in Paddington from the people behind Zetter Townhouse, featuring a café and restaurant.

Where? Paddington

When? October 2017

Sophie’s Soho

What? A second branch of the steakhouse, this time in a multi-function space in Soho comprising an all-day restaurant, bar, a covered terrace, plus a six-seat kiosk attached serving take-away.

Where? Soho

When? October 2017

Doughnut Time

What? The first London branch of the Australian doughnut brand.

Where? Soho

When? October 2017

Pastaio

What? A pasta-focused restaurant from Stevie Parle, the restauranteur behind Palatino.

Where? Soho

When? October 2017

Claw

What? The first permanent restaurant from the seafood specialists.

Where? Soho

When? October 2017

Lounge

What? A restaurant at The Pilgrm Hotel in Paddington, promising charcuterie by day plus an inventive-sounding late-night small plates menu.

Where? Paddington

When? October 2017

Bloomberg Arcade

What? A foodie arcade in the Square Mile.

Where? Square Mile

When? October 2017

Ahi Poké City

What? A branch of the poké café at Bloomberg Arcade, a foodie arcade in the Square Mile.

Where? Square Mile

When? October 2017
Bleecker Burger

What? A branch of the burger restaurant at Bloomberg Arcade, a foodie arcade in the Square Mile.

Where? Square Mile

When? October 2017

Brigadiers

What? An Indian barbecue restaurant and ‘drinking tavern’ from the people behind Hoppers.

Where? Square Mile

When? October 2017

Caravan

What? A branch of the coffee and all-day dining spot, this time at Bloomberg Arcade, a foodie arcade in the Square Mile.

Where? Square Mile

When? October 2017

Homeslice

What? A branch of the pizza restaurant at Bloomberg Arcade, a foodie arcade in the Square Mile.

Where? Square Mile

When? October 2017

Koya

What? A branch of the iconic noodle restaurant at Bloomberg Arcade, a foodie arcade in the Square Mile.

Where? Square Mile

When? October 2017

Babouch

What? A Middle Eastern restaurant from chef Khalid Dahbi.

Where? Covent Garden

When? November 2017

Butterscotch

What? A bakery and tea room from Bea Vo, the restaurateur behind Stax Diner, Boondocks and Famous Flames.

Where? Shepherd’s Bush

When? November 2017

Duddell’s

What? The first London branch of the Hong Kong restaurant-cum-art-space, promising a menu of Cantonese classics, including dim sum.

Where? Southwark

When? November 2017

Hovarda

What? A Greek and Turkish grill restaurant from the people behind of Frescobaldi and Yosma.

Where? Soho

When? November 2017

Londrino

What? The first solo venture from Portuguese chef Leandro Carreira.

Where? London Bridge

When? November 2017

Farm Girl

A West London branch of the healthy café.

Opening: November 2017

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