October's best new restaurant openings
Try the best new London restaurants this October
A more polished version of the always-rammed Tonkotsu is launching at the new St James Square food hub. Uniquely, founders Emma Reynolds and Kensuke Yamada are calling this a "Japanese brasserie", so expect the restaurant to be relaxed but with an emphasis on good service. The upmarket move canRead more ...
This much-hyped Covent Garden Italian is the brainchild of three hospitality maestros. Paulo De Tarso (Maitre d' at Bar Boulud), Nicolas Jaouën (La Petite Maison) and head chef Maurizio Morelli (Latinum) - and they have something new in store for London.
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Guests will peruse the menu, then
Since revamping their flagship in 2015, The Ivy brand has spread all over London. In a quest to open seemingly as many Ivy Cafes and brasseries in high-earning London spots as they can (and in Bristol's swanky Clifton Village), The Ivy Cafe St John's Wood is launchingRead more ...
Bankside sees the launch of a new cultural quarter this October. The work of dedicated food conservationists, big hitters behind the launch include Gill Meller of River Cottage Kitchen and musical country bumpkin, Marcus Mumford, whose surname he lent to his other project, Mumford & Sons.Read more ...
This new all-day eatery has a focus on fresh coffee, with modern British food served as shareable small plates (large plates are available too), and cocktails.
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The quirky team behind the restaurant brand, also in Exmouth Market and King's Cross, acquire unusual spaces for their restaurants.
Mama Lan started as a supper club named in honour of founder Ning Ma's mother, who taught her to cook as a child. Her grandparents ran a food stall in Beijing after the Cultural Revolution, and Ma's restaurant recreates the street food classics of her childhood: prawn andRead more ...
As the founder of Ping Pong and the director of Nobu, it's no surprise that Kurt Zdesar likes to put on a show. And his latest outing, Fucina, joins the Marylebone set this October.
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Over two floors, upstairs will focus on pizza and in-house-made pasta
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