This week, an Asian-inspired fish & chip shop lands in Finsbury Park and Mister Lasagna expands again, this time to Victoria – read below to find out all the details.
Gilly’s Fry Bar, Finsbury Park
When: Opens Tuesday
What: Restaurateur Neil Gill, who is behind Season Kitchen, has opened an Asian take on the Northern fish & chip shops of his youth. Gilly’s Fry Bar turns out shop classics including battered cod with scraps, but also features Asian influences – expect the likes of prawn toast, deep-fried chicken wings, and mixed-veg tempura.
Where: 4a Clifton Terrace, N4 3JP
When: Opens Wednesday
What: This DIY Korean barbecue site is the latest addition to London’s Chinatown. Olle is features long, communal-style tables with in-built barbecue grills and pits for guests wanting to cook their own meat, while the menu touts an array of Korean barbecue dishes, including the likes of Korean-style dumplings, wagyu ribeye steak, pork belly, and Korean stew cooked in stone bowls.
Where: 86-88 Shaftesbury Avenue, W1D 6NH
Mister Lasagna, Victoria
When: Opens Friday
What: The fourth Mister Lasagna (after Belgravia, Piccadilly and Soho) to open in the capital sticks to the blueprint of offering 21 different varieties of the good stuff, including smoked salmon, ham and cheese, and the more traditional Bolognese, all made with fresh ingredients to proper Italian recipes. Wash it down with a glass of Italian wine and finish off with a classic tiramisu or a panna cotta.
Where: 326 Vauxhall Bridge Road, SW1V 1AA
Not satisfied? Take a bite out of our complete list of London’s latest openings, or practice your patience with our list of London restaurants and bars coming soon.
This article was modified 18 September 2017