Yama Momo located on Lordship Lane in East Dulwich is operated by the same team who run the acclaimed Tsunami in Clapham.
Two minutes from Victoria station, Aster is rapidly making its mark in the foodie destination of the Nova development, part of the D&D London collection of restaurants.
Black Ax Mangal
Following a successful pop-up in the beer garden of Copenhagen's Bakken nightclub, Black Ax Mangal or BAM as its affectionately known found a permanent location on Highbury Corner roundabout.
Caravan King's Cross
Two years after the opening of Caravan in pedestrianised Exmouth Market, a second flagship venue opened within a Grade II listed Victorian grain store, dating back to 1851.
Enjoying plum position in the heart of London's theatreland, XU is the latest venture from Shing-Tat Chung, Wai-Ting Chung and Erchen Chang, the same team behind BAO in Fitzrovia.
The Ivy Cafe Blackheath
The affluent village of Blackheath in South East London is where the latest instalment of Caprice Holdings, popular brand The Ivy Cafe launched in January 2018.
Hot on the heels of Temper in Soho, Neil Rankin has opened a second outpost in the rejuvenated Angel Court development, just a short stroll from Bank underground station.
Set in the leafy environs of Hereford Road in the heart of Notting Hill, Pomona's is located in the building that housed the former pub called The Commander.
The Londrino restaurant is located on the Snowfields Yard development, steps from Guys Hospital and a five minute walk from London Bridge station.