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 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.
NB: The newest London openings will be featured at the top of this page.
Last updated on 25th April 2018
We love a good looking restaurant opening in London, and Maison Mekong just so happens to be one of those. From the 1960s inspired interiors and dark furniture down to the Indochinese menu, this is sure to be a London hotspot.
Soho House are known for some of the best and the coolest members spaces in London, and they're thrown out even more cool with this new spot. A more casual endeavour, expect laid-back drinks and some of the best in rustic pizzas.
Already famous in Spitalfields for their romantic setting and stunning Burmese dishes, Lahpet couldn't resist a second restaurant opening in London, now taking to Shoreditch for more Hackney vibes and curried aubergines.
Fluffy, and fun as fuck, Arepa & Co know what it's all about in the casual dining department. Bringing their Venezuelan arepa to Bethnal Green this year, this new London restaurant is sure to be popular in the local area.
Already a notorious spot in Peckham, Pedler are opening a new restaurant in Battersea, bringing with them a space for more than 170 diners alongside more crafty cocktails and that beloved, changing food menu.
Infamous on the meme scene, Salt Bae is now coming to London for his first opening in the city. Guest can expect plenty of massive steaks, meaty cuts, and of course, plenty of action when it comes to salt slinging.
Brought to you by the very same team that have been churning out plates at Strut and Cluck, Delamina is a new opening in London hoping to bring the flavours of Limor and it's Eastern Med flair to the heart of Marylebone.
Hailed as one of the best chefs in the world, Quique Dacosta is taking to Oxford Street for a brand new restaurant opening in London that's set to tailor itself to one core theme, and that's paella.
London has now shortage of new restaurants this year, many of them hopping across the pond for the venture. One such name is Buns & Buns, coming from America for the best in hearty bites and quirky bao buns.
Already hailed as one of the most notorious restaurants in Dubai, Farzi Café is headed to London this year as they bring to city some of the best in experimental Indian cuisine that money can buy.
Brought to you by Niall Davidson, Nuala is one of the most talked about restaurant openings in London thanks to its casual flair, insistence on a dive bar atmosphere and ode to all things Irish dining.
Mr Bao has been wowing the people of Peckham with some of the best steamed buns in the business, and they're honouring the inspiration behind the restaurant, with a brand new one. Headed to Tooting, Daddy is set to have the same Asian flair.