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Aug
Rita's, Redchurch Brewery - E2
International
  London
Since closing the doors on their 'late night fried chicken restaurant above a nightclub' in Hackney's Mare street back in 2016, the Rita's team of chef Gabriel Pryce and cocktail whizz Missy Flynn has been popping up, guest cheffing (and mixing) and collaborating all over the place. But now they are back in what looks to be a permanent residency at Redchurch Brewery in Bethnal Green.
Aug
Barino - W12
Italian
  London
From breakfast time to Prosecco time, this diminutive new Italian inside the Westfield White City is open all day for shoppers to take a break, have a coffee or a full meal. It might not just be shoppers heading there though: head chef Alessandra Bonati spent three years making bread and pastry at Osteria Francescana (voted World's Best Restaurant in 2018), so it might well become a new hotspot for foodies and Instagrammers.
Aug
Stokey Veg Vegan - N16
Vegetarian
  London
London's vegan scene continues to boom, and to move away ever further from notions of hearty, heavy wholesomeness, with this upmarket small plates opening from chef Daniele Aloi, who hopes his "British/Italian experimental and fun menu" will be a hit.
Aug
Borealis - SE1
Scandinavian
  London
Soren Jessen can't be accused of resting on his laurels - just as 1 Lombard Street turns 20 and his new Ekte Nordic Kitchen in the Bloomberg Arcade beds in, he's opened another restaurant, part of a Fora business space in Borough. Borealis comprises an all-day cafe space, ground floor restaurant and upstairs private dining room, all serving Scandinavian cuisine.
Aug
Iron Stag - N1
British, Modern
  London
Although primarily a drinking spot (and home to some inventive cocktails including the Scottish Porn Star Martini, made with Irn Bru), the bar snack menu at Adam Handling's new bar concept, next door to the relocated Frog, is more than just your average crisps-and-olives offering.
Aug
BabaBoom - N1
Middle Eastern
  London
Middle Eastern treats - including brunch - are the feature of this slick operation, which started in Battersea.
Aug
Through The Woods - N8
Vegetarian
  London
Plant-focused pop-up Chicken of the Woods has opened a permanent spot in Crouch End, serving up a supper-club style, single seating tasting menu (Thu-Sat only) with an "uber seasonal and sustainable approach to dining".
Aug
The Belrose - NW3
Italian
  London
A new neighbourhood local for Belsize Park, The Belrose - which opened in summer 2018 in a converted former pub - serves Italian-inspired dishes and boasts not only an on-site microbrewery but also a large south-facing garden.
Aug
Bánh Bánh - SW9
Vietnamese
  London
A sibling to the Peckham hotspot that opened in 2016.
Aug
Tom, Dick & Harry's - IG10
British, Modern
  Loughton
A "grown-up" all-day dining bar and restaurant in Loughton, the brainchild of local media business owner, Lee Newton. TDH offers a build-your-own Bloody Mary bar, live music and the Sunday Roast Club - all this as well as several brand-new words, including Nibblini (small plates) and frosé (rosé wine slushies).
Jul
Parker's Tavern - CB1
British, Modern
  Cambridge
Parker’s Tavern is the destination restaurant in the revamped University Arms Hotel overlooking Parker’s Piece; chef Tristan Welch (previously head chef at Pétrus, he also relaunched Launceston Place then worked on Mustique) heads up the kitchen, representing a return to his East Anglian roots.
Jul
Maple - W12
British, Modern
  London
ETM Group, whose recent ventures include Greenwood at Nova in Victoria as well as City site Broadleaf, adds a 15th venue to its stable with the launch of this 'modern European' brasserie in Westfield White City. The restaurant features sustainable seafood, British heritage beef and botanical cocktails. As well as a 170-cover dining room, the space vaunts a 30-seater terrace and a bar area with rotating guest craft beers served from 500 litre copper tanks.
Jul
Gambas - BS1
Spanish
  Bristol
Taking over the former site of Russell Norman’s Spuntino in Bristol’s Cargo shipping container development (also home to Box-E), a new tapas joint from husband and wife team Kieran and Imogen Waite, who also run the fantastic Bravas in Cotham Hill and Wapping Wharf’s Cargo Cantina.
Jul
Grom - W1J
Ice cream
  London
This Piedmontese gelateria, with 40 stores worldwide, has launched its first London site serving traditional gelati, sorbets, and granita mixed from produce grown on the company’s organic farm, Mura Mura, outside Asti; the company's tagline "Il gelato come una volta" means "ice cream as it once was"...
Jul
Savage Garden, Doubletree by Hilton Tower of London - EC3N
British, Modern
  City of London
On the 12th storey of Hilton's Tower of London hotel, with views across the City and river, Savage Garden is "not for the faint-hearted," apparently; it's an all-day bar and cocktail lounge with a large all-weather terrace, with "small plates and savage feasting" for those wanting to eat.
Jul
Lady of the Grapes - WC2E
British, Modern
  London
With a focus on female winemakers and an all-organic menu of meals and sharing platters, this crowdfunded restaurant, deli and shop looks like it will be an interesting addition to Covent Garden, in the spot that was formerly Encant (RIP).
Jul
Chiringuito - E2
Spanish
  London
A rooftop terrace and al fresco patio are just two of the attractions of this new 'tapas beach bar' by the Museum of Childhood in Bethnal Green. Weekend brunch and weekday pinchos (3pm-6pm) feature.
Jul
Palm Court, The Principal - WC1B
Afternoon tea
  London
Within the new 334-room Principal London hotel – occupying the former Hotel Russell, a dramatic listed building on the eastern flank of Russell Square – an afternoon tea parlour in the grand, restored ballroom. The hotel will also boast neighbourhood restaurant Neptune, Fitz's cocktail bar and Burr & Co coffeehouse.
Jul
Tish - NW3
Kosher
  London
Restaurateur Des McDonald (whose previous hits include Vintage Salt, RIP) has opened his latest venture - described as London's 'largest and finest' kosher restaurant, in Belsize Park.
Jul
83 Hanover Street - EH2
South American
  Edinburgh
83 Hanover Street is the first dining project from former Gleneagles restaurant manager Juan Jose Castillo Castro and his partner Vanessa Alfano. Their 'small plates' restaurant will offer a modern menu blending Scottish produce with Chilean flavours.
Jul
Tonkotsu - E20
Japanese
  London
The latest and newest location to feed your Tonkatsu ramen cravings.
Jul
Mr Fogg's House of Botanicals - W1T
British, Modern
  London
Technically more a bar than a restaurant, but an experience not to be missed, Mr Fogg's House of Botanicals promises flora, fauna and botanicals - in the drinks and the decor. Blooming marvellous.
Jul
Beautiful Allotment - E2
British, Modern
  London
A summer pop-up (with a plan to turn permanent, we hope) in the garden of east London's fabulous Geffrye Museum; currently only open 25 July - 26 August 2018.
Jul
The Frog Hoxton - N1
British, Modern
  London
Originally at the Truman Brewery on Brick Lane, The Frog moved in July 2018 to a bigger site in Hoxton Square, alongside a new whisky bar, Iron Stag and a branch of Adam Handling's coffee and beer shop chain, Bean & Wheat.
Jul
Manifesto - SW11
Pizza
  London
A former director of high-end fruit and veg supplier Natoora has opened a pizzeria in Clapham - with this provenance we'd expect top-notch ingredients, but add 48-hour proved dough, seasonal flavours and gourmet specials and this place might just be the hot ticket this summer.
Jul
Beef & Brew - N1
Steaks & grills
  London
Sibling to the Kentish Town craft-beer-and-grass-fed-steaks joint, Dalston has welcomed a new restaurant in July 2018, on the former site of Duke's Brew and Que (RIP).
Jul
Tast Cuina Catalana - M2
Spanish
  Manchester
One of Manchester’s most hotly anticipated newcomers of recent years, this restaurant pays homage to Catalan cuisine with multi-Michelin star chef Paco Perez (of Miramar, in Llançà, Girona) overseeing the (casual) food offering. It is backed by the deep pockets of Man City boss Pep Guardiola, CEO Ferran Soriano and the Fazenda Group.
Jul
Al Dente - W1T
Italian
  London
Another new restaurant for booming foodie hotspot Fitzrovia; this 'pasta lab and wine shop' is inspired by Italian takeaway shops (pastifici), offering fresh pasta and cooked dishes to take home.
Jul
Zuaya - W8
South American
  London
A "modern Latin American restaurant" from Spanish twins Alberto and Arian Zandi, Zuaya has two floors plus an outdoor terrace. Live DJs and valet parking add a touch of class, and the food - from ex-Barrafina chef Francisco Lafee - includes ceviches and robata grilled dishes.
Jul
Palm Court Restaurant, Bar & Piano Lounge - CH4
British, Modern
  Pulford
New from the Nelson family, who own several hotels in the area, a restaurant in the style of a Victorian palm house.
Jul
Petroupoli by The Athenian - SW17
Greek
  London
Named for a district of Athens, this new branch of The Athenian company, landed in Tooting Market in July, serving up authentic Greek street food, souvlaki and gyros. Serious eco-credentials too, as they have recently gone plastic-free.
Jul
7 Saints - W11
British, Modern
  London
With very little fanfare, this new neighbourhood restaurant opened in Notting Hill during the summer of 2018. It's the first restaurant from James Gummer, former front of house at The Wolseley. With that pedigree, we're expecting superb hospitality alongside the "seasonal, homemade food".
Jul
Boxcar Baker & Deli - W1H
Sandwiches, cakes, etc
  London
New from the Marylebone butcher also called Boxcar, a bakery and deli open from breakfast, lunch and (soon) dinner.
Jul
Amano - ME19
Italian
  West Malling
A new restaurant with rooms for West Malling, sibling to The Swan up the road, and also the Swan at Shakespeare’s Globe in London. Features include an Orangery courtyard dining room, four boutique rooms named after Italian actors and food, including pizzas, from Fabio Moschini.
Jul
Caravan - W1W
British, Modern
  London
The New Zealand trio behind Caravan Restaurants, Miles Kirby, Laura Harper-Hinton and Chris Ammermann, open a new site in Fitzrovia, located in the ex BBC Radio 1 recording headquarters. As well as all-day dining and craft coffee, the restaurant offers 'Caravan-To-Go' and the basement houses a 'record room' accommodating private dining and parties.
Jul
Soane's Kitchen - W5
British, Modern
  London
London catering company Social Pantry are running two venues at the newly renovated Pitzhanger Manor (built in 1804 by acclaimed British architect Sir John Soane as a country retreat): the new eateries include a kiosk in Walpole Park, to be called Pitzhanger Pantry, and Soane's Kitchen, in the former walled kitchen garden - local, seasonal food, with Sunday brunch a speciality. Social Pantry's popular, fundraising Social Suppers will also be held here in future.
Jul
Ichiba - W12
Pan-Asian
  London
West London - more specifically, Westfield - has become home to Europe's largest Asian food hall. From the people behind Japan Centre, Ichiba boasts 200 seats and multiple food stations, including a Japanese bakery, plus a sake bar and Asian supermarket.
Jul
Night Tales - E8
Japanese
  London
After five years as a pop-up, Night Tales has found a semi-permanent home in two converted railway arches in Hackney. A future 'music destination', Night Tales boasts a 300-capacity nightclub, 8m waterfall, dedicated Asahi Dry bar, agave bar, private booths and outside space. Food will be provided in the form of ‘Fat Baby’, a Japanese izakaya-style grill, and NYC-style pizza from Sons of Slice.
Jul
Helix (Searcys at The Gherkin) - EC3A
British, Modern
  London
Along with Iris bar, Helix restaurant, on Level 39 of the Gherkin, is the new offering run by Searcys. Expect panoramic views, seasonal fare and cocktails.
Jul
50 Kalò di Ciro Salvo - WC2N
Pizza
  London
A third-generation Naples pizzamaker, Ciro Salvo, has brought his world-famous pizza to London in July. In the private 'pizzaiolo' language of Neapolitan pizzamakers, 50 Kalò means 'good dough'.
Jul
Carte Blanche - E8
  London
One of the founders of burger pop-up Le Bun has gone all serious with a permanent site in Hackney, opening in June. The menu is French/American - no burgers, but instead there's sophisticated cuisine and cocktails.
Jul
Kin and Deum - SE1
Thai
  London
An ambitious and stylish new Thai restaurant, just a few minutes' walk from The Shard, serving up "wholesome" dishes.
Jul
Cora Pearl - WC2E
British, Modern
  London
The trio behind Shepherd Market's “gorgeous quirky restaurant” Kitty Fisher's (Tom Mullion, Tim Steel and Oliver Milburn) back up their Mayfair success with a new Covent Garden venture. Cora Pearl, like its sister, takes its name from a well known British-born courtesan. The new restaurant joins the likes of Frenchie, The Oystermen and Ollie Dabbous's Henrietta on Henrietta Street, taking over the former site of Bella Italia.
Jul
Casa do Frango - SE1
Portuguese
  London
'Proper' Algarvian cuisine - the grilled, piri-piri seasoned 'chicken frango' familiar to many who holiday in Portugal - has arrived at London Bridge, along with regional charcuterie, octopus rice and pasteis de nata, plus natural Portuguese wines. The first floor dining space is a destination in itself, with vaulted ceilings, huge windows and a skylight.
Jul
Gazelle - W1S
British, Modern
  London
Mixologist Tony Conigliaro (who started out life at Zetter before moving on to 69 Colebrook Row and Untitled in Hackney) teams up with Scottish chef Rob Roy Cameron (who commenced his career as a pastry chef at the legendary El Bulli) to launch massive Mayfair haunt. Set over two floors, the restaurant will be open from breakfast to dinner and late-night bar snacks.
Jul
Laki Kane - N1
International
  London
A tropical, tiki-themed escape in the heart of Islington, with collaboration from an ex-Mahiki bar manager.
Jul
Chakra Riverside - KT1
Indian
  London
An al fresco terrace overlooking the river, vegan specialities and brunch on weekends are just some of the features of the latest addition to Kingston's riverside stretch of eateries. Sibling to Channa in Kensington.
Jul
Xi'an Biang Biang - E1
Chinese
  London
A much bigger sibling for Highbury's Xi'an Impression, this time a canteen-style operation in Spitalfields. Go with friends and enjoy the belt noodles with fiery special sauce.
Jul
Isla Ray - SE8
Australian
  London
Further gentrification for Deptford as a former Subway is replaced by a new indy Aussie café serving brunch, lunch and mezze plates and cocktails in the evening.
Jul
Little Ships - CT11
British, Modern
  Ramsgate
Sibling to the popular Empire Room at the Royal Harbour Hotel (the team of hotelier James Thomas and chef Craig Mather), this all-day, informal space (with harbour views) pays homage to the Dunkirk evacuation, and has even been decorated in the colours of the Dunkirk Veterans' Association. Thanks to the new Harrison charcoal-fuelled free-standing oven, roasted local fish and meats are the order of the day.
Jul
Kitsune no yomieri - EC2R
Japanese
  London
London's latest izakaya opened in Moorgate in July.
Jul
Bottles - E1
Italian
  London
This cosy Spitalfields wine bar focuses on the produce - both wine and food - of Italy. Features include a mozzarella bar.
Jul
Stokey Bears - E8
Burgers, etc
  London
Stoke Newington's Burger Bear pop-up turned permanent has branched out further east; expect the same formula of burgers, beers and music. In homage to the hipster locals, there's also vegan specials.
Jul
Next Door - SE22
Fish & seafood
  London
New from south London fishmonger extraordinaire Robin Moxon comes this Dulwich bistro (next door to the fish shop, hence the name), serving up the finest, simplest fish and seafood (much of it smoked from their own range).
Jul
Kimchee - N1C
Korean
  London
A second branch for the popular Korean in Holborn opened in July 2018.
Jun
Fhior - EH1
Scottish
  Edinburgh
After the “heart-breaking decision” to walk away from their much-lauded Leith restaurant Norn, Scott and Laura Smith launch this new venture in Edinburgh’s Old Town.
Jun
Beso - WC2H
Moroccan
  London
Moroccan chef Khalid Dahbi is bringing a modern take on Moorish-Mediterranean cuisine to London with his first, permanent UK restaurant, which will be open all day and feature a 'firebar' so customers can see and feel the true Moroccan dining experience.
Jun
The Royal Oak - W1H
British, Modern
  London
Ex-Duck & Waffle chef Dan Doherty, along with business partner Andy Ward, have bought this historic Marylebone pub and intend to re-open in late June following a minor revamp.
Jun
Akira at Japan House - W8
Japanese
  London
A new robatayaki and sushi restaurant in London’s Japanese cultural centre, Japan House in Kensington, is brought to us by Akira Shimizu, former chef of Engawa – a shrine to Kobe beef and sushi in Soho’s Ham Yard.
Jun
ROVI - W1A
Mediterranean
  London
Now open, a new brand from Yotam Ottolenghi - Rovi will be Ottolenghi-like in character but veg-centred with a focus on fermentation and cooking over fire. The eco-friendly, waste-reducing, Fitzrovia site will open all day (just lunch and dinner at first, but breakfast will follow).
Jun
Lazeez Lebanese Tapas - W1U
Lebanese
  London
Lazeez Tapas offers the tastes and smells of Beirut, with its Lebanese tapas menu (alongside wraps and heartier mains). An outdoor terrace and a cosy basement make it perfect for all weathers.
Jun
Brother Marcus - N1
Mediterranean
  London
Second offshoot of the original brunch-friendly Balham cafe in Islington’s quaint Camden Passage. In N1, there will be an evening menu of Mediterranean small plates designed for sharing and focused on Cretan flavours and "taken from ancient family recipes" [I think that's a selling point, Ed]. Greek wines and ouzo in some cocktails complete the Aegean-inspired scene.
Jun
St John at Hackney Brewery - E8
Greek
  London
A project that began at the nearby St John at Hackney church, this 'food hub' concept, occupying two railway arches (plus outside space) off Bohemia Place, will house the new St John at Hackney Brewery, Cypriot food from Ela's Kebabs, and - once established - hopefully other food and drink operators.
Jun
High Mood Food - E1
British, Modern
  London
Branching off from the original Duke Street branch, High Mood Food in The Kitchens at Spitalfields Market will focus on gut health, using fermented foods and live bacteria to create a veg-centric menu.
Jun
by Chloe - SE1
Vegetarian
  London
After unveiling plans for its first London restaurant last year, we guessed it wouldn't be long before American, plant-based restaurant brand by Chloe started its UK roll-out. Before the first site was even launched in Covent Garden, this second branch was announced, by Tower Bridge.
Jun
Brasserie Prince by Alain Roux at The Balmoral - EH2
French
  Edinburgh
Alain Roux, chef-patron of Bray’s “glorious” Waterside Inn, and his father – the legendary chef and restaurateur Michel Roux – are behind this new brasserie at Edinburgh hotel The Balmoral. The restaurant’s modern French menu uses locally-sourced Scottish ingredients.
Jun
Ruya - W1K
Turkish
  London
Restaurateur Umut Özkanca and chef Colin Clague bring their Dubai restaurant to London, promising a fine dining take on Middle Eastern food with a nod to Özkanca's native Turkey – which should go down well in its salubrious Mayfair locale. They've teamed up with Conran & Partners on the restaurant's design.
Jun
The Tapas Room - SE8
Spanish
  London
From Donostia Social Club, the folks behind The Tapas Room in Tooting's Broadway Market, launch their second site in Deptford Market Yard. This larger space serves a range of tapas and wine, sherries and cavas, as well as Spanish wine and produce to take away.
Jun
Native - SE1
British, Modern
  London
In its former Covent Garden home, Ivan Tisdall-Downes and Imogen Davis’s very good "right on trend" venture (100% Brit produce, zero waste and, quote, "a profound respect for the natural environment") was thriving. When their lease fell through, every cloud had a silver lining, and this new home is bigger, with 60 covers. A daily changing menu with a focus on game remains a feature though, as do the ‘Chef's Wasting Snacks’ (canapés making use of produce others would chuck out, eg fish skins, potato peelings… better than it sounds anyway).
Jun
Oxalis - SW9
British, Modern
  London
Following successful pop-ups and residencies (lately at The Sun and 13 Cantons in Soho), Nick Ross and Max de Nahlik have opened up in Brixton. Is it a residency or a restaurant? Who knows- they've made it clear that this spot is merely a platform to greater things, so watch this space.
Jun
Old Chang Kee - WC2N
Pan-Asian
  London
Famous for their Singaporean snack chain - especially the curry puffs - Old Chang Kee has now landed permanently in Covent Garden, after a sell-out pop-up in Kentish Town in 2017.
Jun
Sambal Shiok - N7
Malaysian
  London
This pop-up turned semi-permanent laksa bar (formerly resident inside Blend on Green Lanes) has finally found permanent roots in Highbury.
Jun
Brigadiers - EC2R
Indian
  London
JKS Restaurants (AKA the Sethi siblings), the founders of Gymkhana and Hoppers, are behind this Indian BBQ restaurant inspired by traditional Indian Army mess halls that opened in the City's Bloomberg Arcade in June 2018.
Jun
Route - NE1
British, Modern
  Newcastle
Newcastle's bustling Quayside is the location for a new restaurant from the team behind Staith House in North Shields; the 'Bistro Moderne' style will have a wine-led approach.
Jun
The Dining Room, Seaham Hall - SR7
British, Modern
  Seaham
Seaham Hall's main restaurant has been re-branded and refurbished: formerly Byron's (RIP), it's now The Dining Room, with a focus on local cuisine and sharing plates. The grand country house hotel and spa also has a pan-Asian restaurant, Ozone and offers afternoon tea, too.
May
Linthwaite House - LA23
British, Modern
  Windermere
May
Jean-Christophe Novelli at City Quays - BT1
French
  Belfast
Celebrity chef JC Novelli has added his name to the hotel restaurant that has opened in the Belfast City Quays regeneration; the site features double-height windows with views across the river and a French-style brasserie menu.
May
Scarlett Green - W1F
Australian
  London
A new brunch spot from The Daisy Green Collection (Daisy Green, Timmy Green, Beans Green) on the former site of Timberyard in Soho, serving bottomless brunch and an extensive Aussie wine list.
May
The Jones Family Kitchen - SW1W
British, Modern
  London
A new restaurant from the people behind the Jones Family Project in Shoreditch (“heartily recommended” by our reporters for its “great steaks” and “diverse wine list”), specialising in meats from the North Yorkshire Moors sourced through the Ginger Pig butcher.
May
Hans’ Bar & Grill - SW1X
British, Modern
  London
Nestled among the artisanal shops and food suppliers of Chelsea’s Pavilion Road, this bar and grill is attached to the 11 Cadogan Gardens hotel. From the team behind Cliveden House and Chewton Glen, it is named after Sir Hans Sloane and offers an all-day seasonal menu rooted in British produce.
May
Laurent at Cafe Royal - W1B
International
  London
Renowned French chef Laurent Tourondel (perhaps best known in the States where he has ventures in Miami, North Carolina and New York) has opened his first foray into the London restaurant scene with a dining room at Hotel Café Royal. The room incorporates an open kitchen, grill and sushi bar, serving an internationally-influenced menu.
May
St Leonard’s - EC2A
British, Modern
  London
Formerly the site of Eyre Brothers (then very briefly 70 Leonard St) now this Shoreditch venue has been taken over by Jackson Boxer (of Brunswick House) and his chef and partner Andrew Clarke. It features an ice bar for raw fish and shellfish and open hearth cooking for meat and vegetables.
May
Eat 17 Hammersmith - W6
British, Modern
  London
The folks behind Walthamstow and Hackney’s Eat 17 food store/restaurant combos heads west with a new food hall in Hammersmith. The huge site features a supermarket (with their famous Bacon Jam on sale), dine-in area and a mezzanine. The group also has plans for a Leytonstone food hall (details still TBA).
May
Bagatelle - W1S
International
  London
An international club-restaurant chain – founded in New York but now with 'clubstaurants' from Dubai to Rio de Janeiro – arrives in Mayfair on the former site of Quattro Passi (RIP).
May
Bisque and Beyond - M20
British, Modern
  Manchester
In Didsbury Village, an independent art café offering locally sourced food and (non-alcoholic) drinks, as well as the chance to try your hand at pottery and painting. Baby, toddler and kid-friendly.
May
Kyseri - W1T
Turkish
  London
From Selin Kiazim and Laura Christie, the talented duo behind Shoreditch’s “superb” Turkish restaurant Oklava, comes a new project showcasing the cuisine of Turkey’s Kayseri region. Turkish pasta will be made daily, with house-cured pastirma (air dried beef) and Middle Eastern wines also on the menu.
May
The Faber Fox - SE19
British, Modern
  London
New gastropub in Crystal Palace from independent pub group Livelyhood, which has also revived The Clapham North, The Regent (Balham), The Old Frizzle (Wimbledon) and the recently-opened Mere Scribbler (Streatham).
May
San Carlo - SW1Y
Italian
  London
San Carlo's latest London opening is in the lower half of Regent Street, south of Piccadilly. if you were expecting a glitzy, glamorous affair in line with the other San Carlos, you won't be disappointed!
May
Babel House - W1J
International
  London
New Mayfair haunt inspired by the countries that enjoy a shoreline on the Black Sea, with a particular focus on the food of Odessa, and named after the city’s famous novelist and playwright Isaac Babel. As one might expect, seafood is a cornerstone of the menu here, with fresh fish flown in from Odessa’s Pryvoz market.
May
The Lebanese Bakery - WC2B
Lebanese
  London
This Beirut bakery specialising in Manousheh (Lebanese flatbreads) launches its second site in London’s Covent Garden.
May
Bucket - W2
Fish & seafood
  London
Sustainably sourced prawns, whitebait, calamari, mussels and more are served in (you guessed it) buckets at this seafood shack on the Bayswater/Notting Hill border.
May
La Mia Mamma - SW3
Italian
  London
This new Italian restaurant in Chelsea will play host to a rotating roster of residencies by Italian chefs (AKA mammas). Each chef hails from a different region of Italy, and will create menus specific to the produce and traditions of their homes.
May
Patty and Bun - SE1
Burgers, etc
  London
New outpost for the growing burger chain arrives near Borough Market with an exclusive breakfast menu.
May
Florians 2 - N8
Italian
  London
Has it really been that long? Back after a 10-year absence, Florians is once again serving up its classic Italian fare to grateful Crouch End locals.
May
The Duke of Richmond Public House & Dining Room - E8
British, Modern
  London
Chef and restaurateur Tom Oldroyd follows up his diminutive debut restaurant, Oldroyd in Islington, with a much larger venue near London Fields. The pub and dining rooms offers a French twist on seasonal British produce, as well as Sunday roast and rotisserie and a selection of locally sourced beers and ciders. Ex-Canton Arms and Winemakers Deptford chef Rory Shannon takes charge of the open fire cooking in the semi-open kitchen.
May
Neptune, The Principal - WC1B
Fish & seafood
  London
Within the new 334-room Principal London hotel – occupying the former Hotel Russell, a dramatic listed building on the eastern flank of Russell Square – a neighbourhood restaurant created in partnership with Brett Redman (Elliot's, Jidori), and stylist-turned-restaurateur Margaret Crow, aiming to create a ‘Bloomsbury Salon’ for the 21st century. The hotel also boasts afternoon tea parlour Palm Court, Fitz's cocktail bar and Burr & Co coffeehouse.
May
The Bluecoats - N17
Burgers, etc
  London
This historic 18th century building, which was once The Blue Coats School For Girls, and then the Pride of Tottenham pub, has been taken over by a team behind Ruby’s in Dalston, with food from Lucky Chip.
May
Folk & Soul - M4
Vegetarian
  Manchester
This new 'unassumingly vegan' spot is brought to us by Matt Nickson (of Manchester’s Matt & Phred's).
May
Feya - W1U
Sandwiches, cakes, etc
  London
The first in a planned chain of cafes from patisserie chef Zahra Khan (ex-Gordon Ramsay) arrives in Marylebone and Finnish Instagrammer and cookbook author Virpi Mikonnen.
May
Zzetta - E16
Pizza
  London
New artisan pizza restaurant next to Canning Town’s Rathbone Market.
May
BOB’s Lobster Wine Bar & Kitchen - SE1
Fish & seafood
  London
This street food fave takes itself from the city's food markets to a permanent site in the revamped railway arches of London Bridge station. Alongside their lobster and crab rolls expect a list of wines curated by Bedales of Borough.
May
temper Covent Garden - WC2
Pizza
  London
Neil Rankin reinvents his temper restaurant brand once again as a pizza and vermouth offering in Covent Garden. The Soho original specialises in grilled meats while the City outpost gives things an Indian twist.
May
Cecconi's Pizza Bar - W1D
Pizza
  London
Hot on the heels of their revamp of Kettner's, Soho House are launching another Soho restaurant, on the site of Soho Kitchen & Bar (RIP); it's to be a Cecconi's spin-off, featuring (unsurprisingly, given the name) pizza, alongside the signature cicchetti and cocktails.
May
Mother Clucker - EC1R
Chicken
  London
After a number of pop-ups and residencies across London – as well as a food truck regular at markets like Kerb and Street Feast – this cheekily-named chicken purveyor goes permanent in the foodie enclave of Exmouth Market.
May
Inko Nito - W1F
Japanese
  London
From the folks behind Knightsbridge's expensive but “exceptional” Zuma, comes an ‘unconventional Japanese Robatayaki’ restaurant in Soho showcasing Japanese charcoal grill cooking with Korean influences. By all accounts is will be a more casual offering than its well-heeled (if occasionally Euro-trashy) sister.
May
24 The Oval - SW9
British, Modern
  London
British small (and even some large) plates are on offer at this Oval spot from Matt Wells, (co-owner of The Dairy, Clapham) and his business partner from SW4 steakhouse Knife, Andrew Bradford. The kitchen team includes Simon Woodrow and George East from The Dairy.
May
Sarona - EC1M
Middle Eastern
  London
On the site that formerly housed Workshop Coffee's flagship cafe, three friends have opened up a restaurant that promises "a modern sharing menu and culinary adventure across the beautiful Middle East".
May
Crepes & Cones - CR0
Crêpes
  London
Rappers Krept and Konan launch this Croydon restaurant with grime star J2K. Crepes and cones are on the menu, but so are burgers, ribs, hotdogs and milkshakes.
May
Bright - E8
British, Modern
  London
Clapton’s in-the-know wine shop and communal dining spot, P Franco, which serves up “wonderful, innovative food” opened a fully fledged restaurant on the former site of Ellory in Hackney’s Neil House, in May 2018. William Gleave, whose CV includes 40 Maltby Street and Brawn, heads up the kitchen. The wine, from the people behind Noble Fine Liquor on Broadway Market, is not your standard plonk, either. The Clapton original continues as usual with its rotating roster of chefs.
May
Market Hall Fulham - SW6
International
  London
This first in a series of food halls pitches up in Fulham Broadway's old ticket hall, transforming the space into a street food mecca with nine different kitchens offering Thai spicing from Thima by Farang; bread and charcuterie from Claude’s Deli (from the folks behind nearby Claude’s Kitchen); sourdough pizzas from Yard Sale, Butchies free range fried chicken and hot drinks from Press Coffee. Food halls to follow in Victoria (summer 18) and London’s West End (TBC). And it was announced in April 2018 that Calcutta Canteen (from Asma Khan, the woman behind Soho’s Darjeeling Express) will join the market’s ranks. The Market Hall brand is brought to us by Andy Lewis-Pratt and Simon Anderson (the restaurateur behind Pitt Cue Co.)
May
Le Swine - E1
Burgers, etc
  London
They’ve been selling their “perfect bacon sandwiches” from a van in Spitalfields Market since 2014, now the backers (who include chefs Bruno Loubet and James Packman) of this purveyor of pork sarnies and burgers have launched a permanent site just a stone’s throw away.
May
Andina Panaderia - W11
Peruvian
  London
Peruvian food pioneer Martin Morales (Ceviche, Andina) launches what he describes as London’s first Peruvian bakery in Notting Hill’s Westbourne Grove. The panaderia is situated next door to Andina Picanteria, a new venture inspired by roadside restaurants (picanterias) that form the culinary hub of the community across the eleven regions of the Peruvian Andes.
May
Andina Picanteria - W11
Peruvian
  London
Peruvian food pioneer Martin Morales (Ceviche, Andina) launches a new venture inspired by roadside restaurants (picanterias) that form the culinary hub of the community across the eleven regions of the Peruvian Andes. It is situated next door to what he describes as London’s first Peruvian bakery in Notting Hill’s Westbourne Grove, Andina Panderia.
May
The Hero of Maida - W9
British, Modern
  London
This Maida Vale gastropub is back with a bang as Henry Harris (formerly of Knightbridge's Racine, RIP) takes over the kitchen. It closed in August 2016 after a lengthy legal battle over rent increases. It will re-open in May 2018, with the new name Hero of Maida (formerly it was The Truscott Arms).
May
Sargeant’s Mess - EC3N
British, Modern
  London
Restaurateur Mark Sargeant, whose hits include Rocksalt in Folkestone and Wife of Bath in Wye, has teamed up with Ampersand catering to launch a new all-day restaurant, bar and cafe in London’s historic seat of monarchy the Tower of London.
May
Fayre Share - E9
British, Modern
  London
In Hackney’s picturesque Victoria Park Village, a new 'family-style’ feasting joint where all menu items can be served for 1, 2 or 4 people.
May
Rhythm Kitchen - E17
Afro-Caribbean
  London
Charcoal BBQ is at the centre of the cooking at this Caribbean spot in Walthamstow (which also occupies a spot in Westfield Stratford's World Food Court). Alongside Jerk marinated meat and fish dishes, they also serve family favourites like Curry Goat, Oxtail and Vegetable Rundown. And there’s over 60 rums to choose from, for those who fancy a tipple.
May
Lina Stores - W1D
Italian
  London
Soho deli Lina Stores has opened its own pasta bar, with 12-seater kitchen counter and 50 covers over two floors, on the former site of Trattoria Da Aldo. It will serve many of the fresh pasta dishes found at the deli, a Soho landmark for the past 80 years.
May
May
Stem - W1J
British, Modern
  London
Mark Jarvis, chef-patron of Anglo in Farringdon and Neo Bistro off Oxford Street, launches a new venture in Mayfair, offering tasting and à la carte menus of seasonal British fare created by Jarvis with head chef Sam Ashton-Booth.
May
Alpes London (Raclette Brothers) - SW9
Swiss
  London
Raclette (either traditional Swiss or Kappacasein's Bermondsey variety) and fondues are the order of the day at street market favourite Raclette Bros - now with a permanent, Alpine-themed home at Pop Brixton.
May
Tell Your Friends - SW6
Vegetarian
  London
A new vegan restaurant from sisters Lucy and Tiffany Watson – best known for featuring in Made in Chelsea – aiming to 'demystify veganism and showcase how tasty it can be'. Dishes include Fish & Chips (breaded banana blossom and cashew tartare sauce) and Chicken Bites (jackfruit with a hemp and sunflower crumb).
May
All Star Lanes - W12
American
  London
The latest outpost of this American bowling alley/bar and restaurant opens in the new Westfield London extension.
Apr
Ekte Nordic Kitchen - EC4N
Scandinavian
  London
A new venture from Danish-born restaurateur Soren Jessen (of the City's 1 Lombard Street) offering Nordic-inspired cooking, Smørrebrød sandwiches and Scandinavian pastries. It joins the ranks of restaurants at the City’s dining hub Bloomberg Arcade.
Apr
Tonica by The Distillery - EC1R
Spanish
  London
Exmouth Market bar and restaurant serving Spanish-inspired food. But, as one might expect from the Portobello Road Gin company, this place is all about the gin y tonica, which comes with a dizzying array of tinctures, bitters, tonics, herbs, garnishes and juices.
Apr
Chucs Serpentine - W2
Italian
  London
A fourth location for this group of Italian restaurants, owned by luxury lifestyle brand Chucs, opens in Hyde Park’s Serpentine Sackler Gallery. Set within The Magazine extension of the gallery, the restaurant is open for breakfast and brunch through to lunch, afternoon tea and dinner. Take-away options are also available for those picnicking in the park.
Apr
Five Guys - SW3
Burgers, etc
  London
Apr
The Old Ship - W6
British, Modern
  London
This 300-year-old pub has been given a new lease of life after it was snapped up by Young’s and completely refurbished. It now boasts a spacious Thames-side terrace and conservatory for drinking and dining, as well as a new menu and selection of cask ales and wines.
Apr
Maribel - B1
British, Modern
  Birmingham
Richard Turner (formerly of Turners at 69, RIP) returns to the Birmingham restaurant scene and fine dining with this new venture on the former site of Edmunds bistro (also RIP). The chef, who attempted to go casual with his cooking back in 2016, dishes up an 11-course tasting menu of “French-influenced modern British cuisine”.
Apr
Banh Bao Brothers - SE1
Vietnamese
  London
A Vietnamese cocktail bar and restaurant in Waterloo’s redeveloped Leake Street tunnels offering (as the name suggests) banh bao – a traditional breakfast bun – and noodles soups like Bun Bo Hue.
Apr
Cornerstone - E9
Fish & seafood
  London
Tom Brown, ex-of The Capital, has branched away from Nathan Outlaw and will open his first restaurant, in Hackney Wick, in Spring 2018; we are told to expect predominantly fishy fare from this native Cornishman.
Apr
alto - W1A
Italian
  London
After a series of rooftop residencies from restaurateur Des McDonald (Q Grill, followed by Vintage Salt, Forest and later Il Tetto) Selfridges has teamed up with the San Carlo group for the latest project atop its iconic Oxford Street store. The restaurant offers classic Italian dishes, while out on the terrace there’s a bar serving cocktails, wine, Champagne and beers.
Apr
The Petersham - WC2E
British, Modern
  London
The Boglione family, owners of Richmond's Petersham Nurseries, have ventured into central London, with an ambitious new development in Covent Garden, which launched in two phases: the shop, delicatessen, florist and wine cellar opened in June last year, followed by two restaurants, The Petersham and La Goccia in April 2018, alongside two bars.
Apr
La Goccia - WC2E
Italian
  London
The Boglione family, owners of Richmond's Petersham Nurseries, have ventured into central London, with an ambitious new development in Covent Garden, which launched in two phases: the shop, delicatessen, florist and wine cellar opened in June last year, followed by two restaurants, The Petersham and La Goccia in April 2018, alongside two bars.
Apr
Crocker’s Table - HP23
British, Modern
  Tring
Founder Luke Garnsworthy and head chef Scott Barnard move their relaxed fine dining restaurant from Berkhamstead to a larger site in Tring. The new venue seats up to 15 people for each service where diners sit together and watch Scott complete each dish in front of them. Choose from a set lunch, three course, tasting menu or vegetarian tasting menu.
Apr
Five Guys - E14
Burgers, etc
  London
Apr
Cocotte - N1
Chicken
  London
Notting Hill’s French farm-to-table chicken rotisserie spot opens a second outpost on the other side of London, taking over the old home of 8 Hoxton Square (RIP) in Shoreditch.
Apr
Pleasant Lady Jianbing Trading Stall - W1D
Chinese
  London
This Soho hatch serves up savoury stuffed crepes; the traditional Chinese street food comes folded and wrapped and ready to eat on the go; a second hatch opened in Spitalfields Market in June 2018.
Apr
Street Pizza - EC4M
Pizza
  London
Gordo kept this one under wraps. The chef quietly (now there’s a first!) launched his new pizza concept on the ground floor of Bread Street Kitchen in the City’s One New Change development by St Paul’s. It offers “bottomless” Neapolitan-style sourdough pizza for £15 as well as cocktails, craft beers and late-night entertainment.
Apr
Hide - W1J
British, Modern
  London
After closing his Fitzrovia flagship Dabbous in summer 2017, as well as nearby Barnyard, Ollie Dabbous is back with a new venture in the very salubrious environs of Mayfair's Piccadilly. The huge, 250-cover restaurant will open in partnership with the chef's mixologist business partner Oskar Kinberg and Hedonism Wines. The fine dining offering, set across three floors, affords views over Green Park.
Apr
Wellbourne - W12
British, Modern
  London
After opening a venture of the same name in Bristol in 2017, former Dabbous chefs Ross Gibbens and Michael Kennedy branch out to London, setting up shop alongside several other restaurants (including Kricket, Homeslice and Shola-Karachi Kitchen) in the old Beeb HQ in White City. There's also a sibling in Val d'Aran, Spain if you're in the area...
Apr
Burr & Co, The Principal - WC1B
Sandwiches, cakes, etc
  London
Within the new 334-room Principal London hotel – occupying the former Hotel Russell, a dramatic listed building on the eastern flank of Russell Square – a coffeehouse (originating in Edinburgh) by day, wine bar by night destination. The hotel also boasts neighbourhood restaurant Neptune, Fitz's cocktail bar and Palm Court afternoon tea parlour.
Apr
Beck at Brown’s, Brown’s Hotel - W1S
Italian
  London
Heinz Beck, the man behind three Michelin-starred sensation La Pergola in Rome, heads to Mayfair, bringing some of his Italian flair to quintessentially British London landmark, Brown’s Hotel. We’re promised a much more casual (and affordable) offering of classic Italian dishes using seasonal, British ingredients devised by Beck and his head chef Heros de Agostinis (though mainly cooked by the latter).
Apr
Fitz’s - WC1B
  London
A chic cocktail bar within the new 334-room Principal London hotel – occupying the former Hotel Russell, a dramatic listed building on the eastern flank of Russell Square. The hotel also boasts a seafood restaurant Neptune (co-created with Brett Redman), an afternoon tea parlour Palm Court and Burr & Co coffeehouse from Edinburgh.
Apr
Cereal Grind - E1
British, Modern
  London
Café in Whitechapel’s New Road Hotel serving nothing but breakfast cereal. Build your own bowl by adding fruit, maltesers, chocolate buttons or mini marshmallows, with your choice of 10 different milks.
Apr
Yolkin - W1D
Ice cream
  London
Chinatown’s macaron ice-cream sandwich pop-up goes permanent. Founder Sammy Le is promising milkshakes and an Asian twist on Arctic Rolls, as well as the usual Chinese/Vietnamese-inspired ice cream sandwiches.
Apr
Homeslice - W12
Pizza
  London
A fourth branch of Mark and Alan Wogan's Homeslice opened in the redeveloped Television Centre in April 2018.
Apr
Tortilleria El Pastór - SE1
Mexican/TexMex
  London
Not far from The Hart Bros' original taqueria in Borough Market, this tortilleria (where fresh tortillas are made from scratch every day) launches in the foodie enclave of Bermondsey. As well as tacos and tortillas to eat in or take-away, El Pastor will also serve its own brand mezcal.
Apr
Number Five, Devonshire Club - EC2M
British, Modern
  London
At the City’s exclusive, members only Devonshire Club, a new dining room open to the public on Friday evenings, Saturdays and Sundays. Heading up the kitchen is Adam Gray who has trained with the illustrious like of Raymond Blanc and Bruno Loubet.
Apr
Chokhi Dhani London - SW11
Indian
  London
Already a household name in India, this group of luxury hotels and resorts expands internationally for the first time with a restaurant and street food offering in Battersea. The venture will showcase the same mix of fine food and vibrant atmosphere as the group's venues in Rajasthan. Heading up the kitchen is Vishnu Natarajan, formerly head chef of Carom in Soho, and Bhagwan Singh, ex of Mint Leaf.
Apr
Bluebird Café White City - W12
British, Modern
  London
D&D London are rolling out the Bluebird Cafe concept with this first sibling in the former Television Centre at White City. An outdoor terrace and deli will feature.
Apr
Lahpet - E1
Burmese
  London
For “a great chance to try an underrepresented cuisine” don’t miss the latest iteration of this Burmese canteen (previously a Maltby Street stall) at its new site in Shoreditch. Our reporters say “traditional dishes like the tea salad are the best options”. Its Hackney site near London Fields closed in March 2018.
Apr
Victors - OX1
American
  Oxford
Newly opened in Oxford, sibling to Victors in Altrincham, this American-inspired small plate restaurant can be found in The Westgate.
Apr
Cafe Forty One - W2
Vegetarian
  London
Located in the boutique hotel La Suite West is an entirely new phenomenon - a vegan French cafe. From brunch to afternoon tea, everything is presented with style, but no animal products.
Mar
Mr White's English Chophouse - E1
British, Modern
  London
Mr. White's English Chophouse will opening in March 2018 on New Road, Whitechapel.
Mar
Arepa & Co. - E2
South American
  London
A second location for this family-owned Venezuelan café (the original is in Haggerston) arrives in Bethnal Green's industrial-chic railway arches, serving traditional arepas and a host of new dishes inspired by the cuisine of Venezuela and South America.
Mar
Freak Scene - W1D
Pan-Asian
  London
This storming little pan-Asian pop-up venture from Scott Hallsworth (of Kurobuta) and Phar Shaweewan finds a permanent home in Soho’s Frith Street, in what was once the original Barrafina premises. Expect a fusion of Japanese, Singaporean and Malay cooking, as well as some South American inspiration in the form of Miso-grilled black cod tacos.
Mar
Abuelo - WC2E
Australian
  London
Australia meets South America at this new all-day cafe in Covent Garden. Aussie style daytime brunch fare (with beautiful cakes), gives way to inventive fusion-ish sharing plates in the evening.
Mar
Salt ‘n’ Sauce - OX1
Fish & seafood
  Oxford
Seafood specialist Bonnie Gull steps outside of the capital with the launch of a new restaurant in Oxford's Wesgate mall. Alongside traditional fish and chips there are gluten free options, salt 'n' peppa squid burgers, Harviestoun craft beers and soft serve ice cream.
Mar
Sapling - E8
British, Modern
  London
A new wine-focused restaurant and larder on Dalston's main drag from restaurateur Bob Ritchie and sommelier Dan Whine – great name for a sommelier, eh?. The weekly changing list of around 36 wines, including a number of grower Champagnes and other notable sparkling wines, is sustainable, organic, biodynamic or low-intervention and available by the glass. It is complemented by food from chef Jon Beeharry (ex-Bistroteque, Market Café, Rita’s at The Prince Arthur).
Mar
Omar’s Place - SW1V
Mediterranean
  London
Restaurateur Omar Shabaan and chef Vicente Fortea bring a taste of the Mediterranean to Pimlico with this tapas and wine focused venture. Fortea has worked at the likes of San Sébastian’s Arzak and Plat D’Or in Mallorca (both loved by Michelin) but this promises to be a more relaxed dining destination.
Mar
Honi Poké - EC3R
Fish & seafood
  London
London's appetite for poké bowls (Hawaiian raw fish dish) remains undimmed with a second outpost of this particular poké bar arriving in the City near Fenchurch Street.
Mar
Pasture - BS1
Steaks & grills
  Bristol
The website says "Fire. Meat. Music." And that's exactly what Pasture does - chef patron Sam Elliot takes local ingredients, including 35-day dry-aged beef, and cooks them over flames. And there's a late night bar which showcases local band and DJs.
Mar
The Elephant's Head - E5
British, Modern
  London
On the former site of The Bonneville, a new Clapton hangout which apparently pays its respects to 'old school Hackney'.
Mar
Bryn Williams at Somerset House - WC2
British, Modern
  London
Welsh chef Bryn Williams (Odette's, Primrose Hill and Bryn Williams at Porth Eirias) opens his second London restaurant in Somerset House's south wing. Bang on the flexitarian trend, the venture's modern British menu will put fruits and vegetables front and centre.
Mar
Ham - NW6
British, Modern
  London
This new neighbourhood brunch and dinner spot could well prove a compelling reason to take a trip to West Hampstead. Head chef Matt Osborne has a fine pedigree, including The Ledbury, The Other Naughty Piglets and, most recently, head chef at Toasted in East Dulwich. The name is inspired by the old English word for village (rather than a tribute to pork).
Mar
Salt Pig - RH4
British, Modern
  Dorking
An independent family-owned restaurant in the heart of the Surrey Hills.
Mar
20 Stories - M3
British, Modern
  Manchester
The first Manchester foray for D&D London sits atop the new No.1 Spinningfields skyscraper. Sitting at 100 metres it is the city's highest restaurant and boasts a rooftop garden terrace, from which spectacular views are likely a given. Aiden Byrne (previously of Manchester House) oversees the food offering.
Mar
Fanny’s Kebabs - N16
Turkish
  London
From Claude Compton and James Morris – the duo behind Claude’s Kitchen, Amuse Bouche and Tommy Tucker – comes a new kebab joint on Stoke Newington High Street, following a record-breaking crowdfunding campaign and sell-out pop-up at the Sun & 13 Cantons, Soho. Alongside a menu of 'babs, bar snacks and mezzo platters, a list of Middle Eastern-inspired cocktails, local beers from Crate brewery and organic wines will be available from the subterranean bar which opens in this spring.
Feb
Popina - W1K
International
  London
This London farmer's market fave from Isidora Popović - who started trading with help from The Prince's Trust and now supplies the likes of F&M and Harrods - launches its first permanent café in Mayfair. There are savoury options in the form of veggie and meat stews and curries, but the street food offering is all about delicious desserts, and we expect the café to be no different.
Feb
Paladar - SE1
South American
  London
A new restaurant, wine bar and bodega in Southwark showcasing flavours from across South America. The name means palate in Spanish and Portuguese, and in Cuba a 'paladar' is also a privately-run restaurant with character. Founder Charles Tyler was behind Bermondsey's Champor Champor, while chef Jose Rubio- Guevara hails from Colombia via Miami. The menu draws inspiration from Colombia, Ecuador, Mexico and Peru, with Brazilian cocktails, Argentinean and Chilean wines, Cuban cigars and Nicaraguan rum.
Feb
Fazenda - EH2
Brazilian
  New Town
This small but growing group of Brazilian steakhouses (with sites in Liverpool, Manchester and Leeds) adds a new venue in Edinburgh. It wins praise among our reporters for its “excellent” steaks and “fabulous rodízio” style dining, which is characterised by a continuous table-side service of a selection of freshly grilled meats carved right at guests' tables.

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