Located in King's Cross, The Cross is a must-visit spot in 2023. From the stunning rooftop terrace to its first-floor restaurant showcasing Mediterranean small plates and much more, it's ideal for cute date nights and after work tipples.
The Hottest New Restaurants In London For 2023
Want to hear all about the city's new eateries and tuck into scrumptious grub? This must be the place for you. From roaring dinner and dancing joints to indulgent hideouts, gastro goodies, international haunts and delicious newbies, check out our pick of London's best new restaurants in our list below. Yes folks, you heard 'em here first.
Searching for fabulous new restaurants and bars in the city? One Hundred in Shoreditch is certainly a hotspot as it boasts delicious food, a cracking drink list, pink marble tables and a pretty private garden. It's definitely an Instammable place for pics with pals as well.
Inspired by Miami's 30s clubhouses, mixed in with a touch of Cuban cool, The Palm house is a gorgeous new restaurant in Victoria. Fill your boots with tacos, ceviche and fusion mains, washed down by delicious cocktails and refreshing draught beers.
Slinging out a combination of Japanese and Peruvian cuisine, Sican is a fantastic shout for your dining needs. The Nikkei restaurant features the likes of yellowtail ceviche, crispy prawn bao buns, charcoal grilled chicken and much more, alongside signature cocktails.
Breathing a new lease of life into Soho's evening scene, Louche invites you to experience live music and cabaret while soaking up pear 75s, watermelon mezcalitas and mango passionfruit daiquiris. One of the coolest new restaurants in London? We think so.
Taking the reigns from what was Booking Office, this upgraded beauty is home to an all-day menu from Chiltern Firehouse chef Patrick Powell, as well as ex-Ned drinks specialist Jack Porter. Head to the St. Pancras station, for a peek at the stunning indoor dining space and RoofGarden.
One of the best new bars in Soho, NQ64 promises a plethora of fabulous arcade games. While playing on machines and retro consoles, make sure you grab a cocktail or two. The Pacs A Punch is a fruity mix of lemon, gin, agave, peach and apple.
One of the hottest new restaurants in South London, Arepa & Co is just the ticket when you fancy food from South America. Serving up Venezuelan street food, alongside brunches from the country and cocktails to boot, this one is unmissable.
With Zoe Adjonyoh slinging out West African food and Million Pound Menu chef Jay Morjaria showcasing Korean cuisine, Sessions flaunts celeb chefs in style. This Angel dining den also offers Turkish cuisine, as well as craft lager and other boozy bevvies.
Trendy restaurants in London? Fusing live DJs and beautiful dishes with drinks in the form of pisco sours and wines, Chotto Matte's second location slings out Nikkei-style cuisine including BQ edamame and oyster mushroom tostadas.
One of London's hottest restaurants, Din Tai Fung, is slinging out delicious Taiwanese dumplings at the Centre Point Building. In addition, the slick venue whips up other dishes - we're talking fried rice, noodles and steamed buns.
With a prime location in the brand new One Hundred Shoreditch hotel, and a cocktail list from bartender royalty Mr Lyan, Seed Library is the bar that you'll be hearing lots about in 2022. Hungry? Make sure you check out seafood restaurant Goddard & Gibbs while you're there.
The iconic Mayfair restaurant has made a triumphant return, gracing us with a raw seafood bar, sumptuous places and an ample selection of wine. The cherry on top of the cake? Langan's Brasserie also promises live DJs and late nights.
Great British Menu star Ruth Hansom is leading the charge at this brand new restaurant in East London. Get the lowdown on G&Ts, wines and a cracking 8-course menu at The Princess of Shoreditch. This one should be on your radar.
A top restaurant in London, Revolve is definitely bringing some of the best French eats. Boasting a menu of moules mariniere, shellfish cocktails and Koffman French fries, the venue is great for date nights aplenty and family dinners.
Situated in Kings Cross, Sweeties is knocking up kooky cocktails in a slinky space. Choose from a menu of tipples that use adaptogens and nootropics; ingredients that have mind- and body-boosting properties, alongside a few bar snacks.
Bummed that Hackney's Mao Chow is closing? Don't be, because its founder has opened a new restaurant just around the corner. Facing Heaven dishes out authentic vegan Chinese cuisine - think stir-fried blood sausage and dongpo cauliflower paired with Baijiu cocktails.
From the team that brought us Scarlett Green and Timmy Green comes Peggy Jean, a gorgeous restaurant found on a restored barge in Richmond. Not only is it perfect for sun-soaked tipples, but also enticing Aussie eats. Think Tomahawk steaks, fluffy pancakes and Vegemite pizzas.
One of the city's most popular pop-ups has found a permanent home in St James's Market. With a sustainable ethos (think minimal waste dishes and eco-friendly decor), quirky desserts and cocktails to boot, it's no wonder Fallow is among the best independent restaurants in London.
Searching for a swish new spot in London? Atop the Zedwell Hotel in Piccadilly is the Sky Bar & Lounge, set to be one of the biggest rooftop bars in Europe. Grab a few cheeky cocktails, eat up on a few bites and enjoy the views.
A rooftop bar inspired by Hollywood's Laurel Canyon, this stunning London haunt is a must-visit. Admire the gorgeous greenery and string lights all while munching on Californian-inspired dishes, such as sea bream tacos and buttermilk pancakes.