Autumn is here and so are a whole host of exciting new restaurants! This month, look out for a brand new restaurant from Create and APEX: The Lampery, serving up modern British cuisine with an emphasis on the area’s historic past. There’s also a brand new restaurant from the taco kings behind Breddos and a new bakery from the Master Baker himself, Paul Hollywood. Check these out.
This vibrant new restaurant and cocktail bar serves the ‘Best of British’ seasonal produce. It’s a truly unique place to indulge and entertain. Book here.
There’s a new Hoxton restaurant from the cocktail king himself, Mr Lyan. Expect some very creative ingredients and a fusion of food and drink. The menu changes weekly but it’ll include ambergris, Japanese knotweed and smoked compost carrot.
Waka brings Nikkei to go to the city this month. The new spot on Eastcheap is bringing Nikkei Purvian and Janapese cuisine to the takeaway market, and we can’t wait!
Farm Girl has proved a holistic and healthy hit on Portobello Road, and now the Aussie health food chain has joined forced with Sweaty Betty to provide guilt-free grub within the Carnaby Street store.
This is the latest restaurant from the people behind Nobu and Busaba Eathai. The menu includes burgers, rolls, ramen and lots more.
NYC cool comes to Covent Garden, bringing with it the trendiest vegan food in town. Look out for the vegan mac and cheese and quinoa taco salad.
Great British Bake Off presenter Paul Hollywood is opening a new bakery in Euston Station. It’ll be serving bacon, sausage and egg butties, sausage rolls, sweet pastries and pies.
Breddos started out as a makeshift taco shack in a car park in Hackney back in 2011. Since then, it’s found a permanent home in Clerkenwell. Now a new Breddos is opening in the heart of Soho, with room for 84 diners. We’ll see you there.