Set within a former power station and coal store, Wild by Tart combines a restaurant, bar, deli and kiosk, retail store, events space, and photography studio. Food-wise? Expect equally eclectic plates such as artichoke mac and cheese and beef carpaccio with pickled shimeji mushroom.
New Restaurants in London
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 Japanese 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.
A salon, spa and botanical restaurant in the heart of Nine Elms, The Linnaean Cafe has many talents. Explore the foliage-adorned hideaway and you'll find a plant-rich menu that not only matches the decor but caters to the city's budding flexitarian population.
The newest venture from the Adventure Bar group, the Lost Alhambra is a beaut underground bar inspired by debaucherous partying of days gone by. Head on over to drink, dance and tuck into delicious gravy-soaked burgers and fries from Dip & Flip.
14 Hills is more than just a pretty face; the Square Mile restaurant, bar and deli offers an equally stunning menu of British cuisine with French flair. Pair that with the expertly-made cocktail creations and beautiful views, and you've got one perfect date location.
Amazonico is recognised as one of Madrid's most illustrious eateries, and now diners of London will be able to experience it without purchasing a plane ticket. Proudly placed in Berkeley Square, the bold bar and restaurant is sure to win hearts with its Brazilian and Mexican plates.
London Bridge has a new neighborhood Italian eatery, perfectly placed on the riverside. Serving up fresh plates of orecchiette with fennel sausage and Swiss chard ragu, whole large Scottish lobster taglierini and more, Legare's perfect wine pairings can be bought and taken home.
Westminster Fire Station will soon be home to one of the city's most hotly-anticipated new Indian restaurants. Michelin-starred chef Atul Kochhar (of Kanishka fame) will be launching Mathura with a menu of high-end authentic dishes that promises to impress.
From its humble beginnings as a Bethnal Green pop-up to residencies across the city, Bubala has been doing the rounds for a while. Inspired by the cafes of Tel Aviv and Lebanon, the restaurant will serve up traditional dishes cooked over an open grill from its new home in Spitalfields.
The gang from The Pergolas, Lost in Brixton and The Prince have turned their gaze to Kensington for their newest opening. A botanical beauty, Bloom follows the same floral theme seen in sister sites, finished off with a secret dancefloor, cocktails and nibbles.
Peckham is one of London's hottest hubs for eating and drinking. Its latest destination? Peckham Cellars, a neighborhood joint serving wine, cocktails and modern plates of aged meats, tenderstem broccoli and sardines, in a welcoming and laid-back atmosphere.
Kolamba is a new Sri Lankan eatery in Soho, giving Londoners the chance to explore the rich and vibrant flavours of the country's cuisine. Inspired by home cooking and family recipes, the heavily coconut-oriented menu utilises plenty of sharing plates for proper communal feasting.
City slickers of Shoreditch, there's a hot new lunch spot in town. Atis is a haven for nutritious pick-me-ups in the heart of bustling Old Street. Featuring menus across all dietary requirements, plates here promise to pack a punch with flavour and healthy goodness.
The first restaurant from 2018 Masterchef: The Professionals finalist William JM Chilila, Akoko promises to be a gastronomical exploration of West Africa cuisine with British ingredients. Expect bold flavours, perfect wine pairings and plenty more from the new Fitzrovia haunt.
Looking for a slick new date night destination? Sticks 'n' Sushi is the place to go for sake-fuelled fun and Japanese-meets-Danish cuisine. The new Beak Street location serves the menu of signature maki, sashimi and more from its sultry Soho spot.