Redwood Ventures Flying Sushi Kitchen Game,Multicolor,36.5 x 27 x 9
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Alex Dilling’s first solo restaurant is the mark of a high-achiever, serving pitch-perfect plates that range from extremely good to absolutely remarkable. Head chef Nick Bramham curates a weekly-changing blackboard of Mediterranean plates which you can pair alongside a selection of daily-changing wines, available by the glass or bottle. The best new restaurants in London are the most exciting places to eat that have just opened in the capital city. This buzzy bistro in central Notting Hill brings together talent from Ikoyi, Core, Noble Rot and The River Cafe, and the results speak for themselves. The sharing plate menu is written up on a blackboard on the wall, while a biodynamic wine list champions small, independent wineries.
Palate cleansers are served between courses – we particularly loved the warm langoustine broth which warms up your taste buds to a prime temperature for enjoying the following course. It’s the passion project of Oisin Rogers, who has been steering London and Dublin pubs for three decades – most notably and most recently at The Guinea Grill – and Charlie Carroll, founder of Flat Iron steakhouses. Our editors are on the ball for the latest openings in each London neighbourhood, from Covent Garden restaurants to Shoreditch hotspots.
These are the places that we consider the crème de la crème, from generations-old spots that have stood the test of time and Michelin-starred dining rooms that get better each year to mind-blowing new openings from this list that we decided deserved a spot on the ultimate round-up of the best restaurants in London. There’s nothing humble about Humble Chicken, and thank goodness because we’d move mountains for more mussels stuffed with avocado, miso-cured foie gras and Japanese milk bread with truffle and chicken liver parfait. It's a proper late-night hangout, and the crimson silk walls and intimate booths only exacerbate the vibes making for a fun-loving neighbourhood addition that, at its core, dials into Soho's soul – or at least, a very elevated version of it.
Available all across the UK, we’ve got two night breaks to suit every occasion and personality - from mid-week getaways to weekend hotel breaks with dinner. The pièce de résistance was a gargantuan black bream dubbed by my very discerning mother, “quite possibly the best fish I’ve ever had”. The Ledbury’s enduring reign as one of London’s best restaurants has not been tainted by its temporary closure during the pandemic.Broadwick Soho, an opulent hotel opening designed by Martin Brudnizki, taps into Soho's quirky vibe from the off.
Part of London’s burgeoning gastropub scene, Mount Street’s intricately designed restaurant, combined with the brilliance and artistry in Jamie Shears’ cooking, make for a truly unique experience. Abby Lee’s no-holds-barred Malaysian restaurant has become a staple for many, especially after a move to nice new Clapton digs. It feels strange being in a classroom again; I often dream about it, but I’m always sitting on the children’s side, not standing up at the front. Join us for an unforgettable evening of mixology and celebration as we bid farewell to the month of resolutions. From the rooftop bar, Flute, to the 57 rooms, it's a riot of sequins and glitter and leopard print – a glossy take on Soho's penchant for vintage and late nights.
It's not every day you find yourself in front of a building bedecked with six-foot elephants, after all. The whispered approach sets the tone with only 48 seats spread (or squeezed) across four jewel box-esque rooms, plus a cupola – a private octagonal space that fits up to four guests.
Uniquely located in the National Portrait Gallery, with exquisite views of central London and decor from the Gallery’s own collection, chef Richard Corrigan brings his Irish heritage to this kitchen with new interpretations of his classic dishes. Sune (derived from the Old Norse word for ‘son’), serves up British fare with international accents. Raffles London may be an exercise in haughty masculinity – all blood reds and hunting greens to match the grandiosity of the Edwardian Baroque building – but Mauro Colagreco departs from this with a gentle colour palette of peachy lemony neutrals, soft carpets and low glowing lamps. Each dish centres a fruit or vegetable hero and arrives with a beautifully illustrated card describing the history of the ingredient. Run by the pair behind adored North London pop-up Four Legs, The Plimsoll is a raucous Finsbury Park pub, serving up nostalgia-soaked bistro dishes to heaving crowds of hungry punters.It's a convivial dining experience from start to finish, and you mustn’t leave without trying the egg yolk and pork fat custard with port wine caramel. Lynus Lim and Nick Tannett have a gem on their hands with Evernight - a slick Japanese restaurant in glamorous Nine Elms that delivers genuinely innovative cooking.