New Restaurants, Hot Spots and Headliners in London
Naifs is a delightful family-run bistro showcasing upmarket vegetarian and vegan cuisine.
Plu is a very welcome addition to St John's Wood, a fine dining restaurant just a short walk from the iconic Beatles Abbey Road crossing.
Occupying a corner spot on Elystan Street, just off Chelsea Common, the Wild Tavern is an Italian Mediterranean restaurant from George Bukhov-Weinstein and Ily Demichev, the founders of the Burger and Lobster group.
Madera at Treehouse London
The former Saint George's Hotel situated next to the BBC's Broadcasting House on Langham Place has been relaunched by the American Treehouse hotel group, located a few minutes walk from Oxford street tube.
The London Stock restaurant opened in January 2020 occupying a 2,333 sq ft unit within Ram's Quarter in the heart of Wandsworth.
Following the closure of his casual brand of Tom's Kitchen, Tom Aikens the youngest chef to be awarded two Michelin-stars at the age of 26 has returned to fine dining with the opening of Muse.
Lyon's Seafood & Wine Bar
Lyon's Seafood & Wine Bar is a welcome addition to Crouch End in North London, just steps away from the iconic red-brick Clock Tower built in 1895.
Haya is a gem of a neighbourhood restaurant located next to the Community Church in the heart of Notting Hill.
Greek and Eastern Mediterranean restaurant Ampéli was launched in January 2019 on Charlotte Street in the heart of Fitzrovia.