New London Restaurants
Want to hear all about London's new restaurant openings and tuck into the shiniest new grub in the business? Then this must be the place for you. From roaring new dinner and dancing joints, to indulgent Japenese hideouts, gastro goodies, international haunts and delicious, dining newbies; check out our pick of London's best new restaurants in our list below. Yes folks, you heard 'em here first, and you heard right, they're scrum.
NB: The newest London openings will be featured at the top of this page.
Last updated on 20th February 2017
One of the most talked about new restaurants in London is a lot more than what appears on first glance. Decorative, dazzling and luxe, not only can guests enjoy unique and creative plates, there's a rooftop bar and terrace for all your sky-high sipping needs.
Camden's culinary scene is getting the shake up once more with a brand new London restaurant. Not only fronting a list of original and fun cocktails, Miusan is taking the north of the city by storm with a delicious selection of Easter orientated plates.
The Cinnamon group is one of the most notorious in London, so it's no surprise that rumours of their new restaurant caused quite the stir. Found in the heart of the city, this is a kitsch and quirky space for more creative Indian plates and cocktails than ever before.
Victoria can't stop churning out some of the best new restaurants in London, and this time it's the turn of D&D to impress. Bringing you Aster, expect pretty interiors, pastel charm and a roster of some of the most unique Nordic inspired dining in the city.
When it comes to new London openings, there's no shortage in Victoria, and there's an Italian name that's sure to shine. Authentic with a firm culinary twist, Hai Cenato's interiors are impeccably slick and their menu is curated with European favourites.
Liverpool Street has plenty to get excited about with news of this hot new London restaurant opening. While intimate, charming and hidden on the backstreets of the city, Yuzu is a space where sushi and classic Eastern dishes are found to shine.
An exciting new restaurant opening in the heart of Notting Hill, 108 Garage is the newest plot courtesy of Luca Lombardi. Boasting a unique industrial space, diners can enjoy a seasonal and fresh menu of European inspired fusion dishes.
Heading toward the sweet sights and sounds of Southwark. You should be, what with this brand new restaurant name. Join Bala Baya as they bring all things Tel Aviv to the heart of the city with some of the best Israeli inspired food in the business.
Tooting Broadway Market has seen quite the influx of new names as of recent, and Plot just so happens to be one of them. A seasonal menu boasting the very best of British ingredients, this new London restaurant is perfect for people watching and plates alike.
When it comes to a new burger restaurant in London, a name like Bleecker already carries quite the notoriety. Joining a myriad of new restaurants in the heart of Victoria, Bleecker is the destination for pints and towering patties full of bite.
Some may consider the art of brunch in the city now a boring stir of eggs and avocado; cue one of the best new dining spots in London. Fun, casual and cool, head on down to Firedog for plates with Mediterranean flair and dishes chocked full of flavour.
Found on Walworth Road and giving stir to the food scene in Elephant and Castle, Louie Louie is a restaurant in London that pays homage to all things fun, and fresh. Join them for everything from sea bass kebab down to cocktail menu composed of true classics.
Notorious in Brixton for their heralded pop-up at Pop Brixton, Kricket have turned their sights on the heart of the city with a new restaurant in Soho. Join them for some of the finest in Indian small plates and creative, Eastern-led cuisine.
Farringdon has plenty going on, as the suited and booted know all too well, but what about when it comes to new restaurant openings in London? Bringing a dose of South African flavour to this ever vibrant area, expect meat, steak, sausages and plenty more traditional dishes.
Born of the Boom Burger name, this brand new restaurant in Brixton plays host to more Caribbean flavour as their footing in South London promises a mixture of tropical bites and cocktails alongside colour, culture and plenty more in its intimate, casual dining space.
Fusion dining in London gets a new name courtesy of Jan in Clapham. One of the hottest new restaurants in the South, Jan is coming at diners with a unique blend of Iranian and Turkish dishes that are sure to keep people headed back for more.