Best new restaurants London: new openings and restaurants opening soon

London's best new restaurants reviewed and rated, plus new openings to look out for in 2024

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Best new restaurants London: new openings and restaurants opening soon

On the hunt for the best new restaurants in London? London is home to some of the best places to eat in the world, with the capital’s dining scene growing exponentially over the last decade, and pretty much every cuisine imaginable being accounted for. With so many great spots to choose from, dinner can become somewhat overwhelming. New restaurants open in London every day, but how do you separate the great from the good? Well, we've done the hard yards for you, heading out to every new opening to see what's what, then rounding up all the cool new restaurants London has to offer.


If you want to visit good new restaurants in London, guaranteed to leave you satisfied and right at the centre of the capital’s cultural zeitgeist, this is the only list you’ll ever need. You can expect the most talked-about chefs, the biggest comebacks, white-hot pop-ups-gone-permanent, or under-the-radar gems that are knocking it out of the park. Scroll this way for London’s hottest new restaurants and be prepared to block out your diary for the foreseeable future. 

Scroll down even further and you'll find a little round-up of the exciting London restaurants opening in 2024, with all the biggest names on the horizon. If you want to stay current in this city, it pays to know what big openings are right around the corner. We have our finger on the pulse when it comes to upcoming restaurant openings in London, and you can read more about the most exciting new openings in our 'Best new London restaurants opening soon' section.


Every one of the places featured in the top section of the guide below have been tried and tested by our team of critics, so check out the full reviews by clicking through. Each SquareMeal listing features an independent review, as well as reviews from diners who have visited, together with unique special offers such as limited edition menus and discounts.

Best new restaurants London

This list is home to London's hottest restaurants - the places that everyone is talking about, ranging from fine dining, white tablecloth luxury to rustic gastropubs and easy-going takeaways. 

Plates, Shoreditch

plant based cooking at plates

What: Hot off his mega-success on Great British Menu, Kirk Haworth’s Plates has reopened in shiny new digs right near Old Street station. We were huge fans of the original Dalston restaurant and now the world has seen just how superb Kirk’s cooking is, so its no wonder that Plates is allegedly booked until February 2025 already. Don’t fret - supposedly there will be more opportunities to eat here in the coming months.
Opened: July 2024
Where: 320 Old Street, EC1V 9DR
Read more: Plates

Tollington’s, Finsbury Park

dishes at tollingtons fish bar

What: We’re huge fans of Four Legs at The Plimsoll (in fact, its featured in our list of the Top 100 London Restaurants for two years on the trot). Imagine our delight to hear that the Four Legs chaps are opening a new site later this year - Tollington’s - which will become north London’s first (probably) Iberian fish bar. Expect all the good things you’d expect to eat on a holiday to the Spanish coast, alongside a bit of irreverence and plenty of vermouth.
Opening: July 2024
Where: 172 Tollington Park, N4 3AJ
Book now: Tollington's

The Hound, Chiswick

guinness at the hound

What: What used to be The Crown in Chiswick has now become The Hound - the latest London pub added to JKS Restaurants’ gastropub collection (which now numbers three alongside The George and The Cadogan Arms). Expect similarly excellent, upmarket pub grub (overseen as usual by Kitchen Table’s James Knappet), as well as an excellent cocktail programme and a series of lovely private and public spaces, including a very pleasant beer garden.
Opened: July 2024
Where: 210 Chiswick High Road, W4 1PD
Book now: The Hound

The Park, Bayswater

interiors at the park bayswater

What: The second of Jeremy King's trio of new restaurants planned for 2024, The Park follows the huge success of Arlington earlier in the year, delivering the same peerless service and all-dat mittel European dining that we know and love from his restaurants. Lovely interiors and a menu that you just want to dive into, we fully expect The Park to be everyone's must-visit restaurant for the next few months. 
Opened: June 2024
Where: 123 Bayswater Road, W2 3JH
Read more: The Park

Holy Carrot, Notting Hill

daniel watkins holy carrot

What: Holy Carrot brings a huge trump card to its somewhat virtuous vegan dining concept, in new exec chef Daniel Watkins. Watkins is one of the talented pair running Acme Fire Cult - a restaurant beloved for cooking superb, delicious plant-based food. His menu at Holy Carrot delves into the transformative flavours of smoke, fire and fermentation with dishes like koji flatbread, chilli ragu and smoked mushroom, and glazed oyster mushroom with salsa verde, as well as a killer matcha tiramisu that will doubtless go down well with Notting Hill's green tea-loving crowd.
Opening: July 2024
Where: 156 Portobello Road, W11 2EB
Read more: Holy Carrot

Engel & Jang, City of London

cocktails and steak engel and jang

What: Moving into a grand space at The Royal Exchange in the City of London, Engel & Jang is restaurateur Des Gunewardena’s (previously one half of D&D Restaurants) return to the London restaurant scene. Engel promises a 1920’s Berlin, Cabaret-inspired cocktail bar and performance space, whilst Jang will feature intimate, luxurious Korean dining from highly regarded chef Dana Choi.
Opening: July 2024
Where: Royal Exchange, EC3V 3LL
Read more: Engel & Jang

Henri, Covent Garden

jackson boxer at henri

What: Fresh off their collaboration at Cowley Manor Experimental in the Cotswolds, Experimental Group and Jackson Boxer have teamed up again, this time at Henri - a French bistro at The Henrietta Hotel in Covent Garden. Just look at those beautiful interiors (London is having a moment with candles and we're here for it). Meanwhile, a classy menu drifts from oysters with Champagne mignonette to grilled snails with veal rice, a raclette burger and roast duck with blood orange and olive.
Opened: June 2024
Where: The Henrietta Hotel, 14-15 Henrietta Street, WC2E 8PS
Book now: Henri

KOYN Thai, Mayfair

koyn thai interiors and food

What: It’s always fun when exciting chefs jump across The Channel, so Rose Chalalai Singh (the chef behind brilliant Rose Kitchen and Ya Lamaï in Paris) is a welcome addition to Mayfair. She's teamed up with Samyukta Nair and LSL Capital, who know a thing or two about making fantastic restaurants, so KOYN Thai has all the ingredients of a smash hit. The tasting menus are also pretty fantastic value too, starting at just £45 a head for black pepper crispy squid, red chicken curry, pad thai and more.
Opened: 16 June 2024
Where: 38 Grosvenor Street, W1K 4QA
Book now: KOYN Thai

Akira Back at the Mandarin Oriental, Mayfair  

akira back watermelon dish

What: Michelin-starred Korean chef Akira Back is the starring attraction at the brand new Mandarin Oriental in Mayfair, which yes, is finally open after over a year of delays. The stunning triple-height dining room in the eponymous restaurant is genuinely spectacular, and Back's menus combine a range of Asian and American influences in light-hearted, easy-going dishes. The moody ABar is a rather nice place for a post or pre-dinner drink too.
Opened: June 2024
Where: 22 Hanover Square, W1S 1JP
Book now: Akira Back at the Mandarin Oriental Mayfair

Kioku by Endo, Westminster

dining room at kioku by endo

What: Kioku by Endo is the last piece of the huge OWO puzzle - a stunning rooftop restaurant from Endo Kazutoshi (yes, he of the Michelin-starred and widely acclaimed Endo at the Rotunda). The menu delves into some similarly precise, delicious sashimi and nigiri, as well as a range of dishes where Endo also builds in gentle Mediterranean influence, via his time cooking in Spain. Impossibly complex and adventurous, Kioku is another roaring success for one of London's most celebrated modern chefs. 
Opened: 15 May 2024
Where: 57 Whitehall, SW1A 2BX
Book now: Kioku by Endo

Chez Roux at The Langham, Marylebone

michel roux jr at chez roux

What: The last 12 months have been one of transition for Michel Roux Jr. Le Gavroche is closed, but when one door closes another one opens, and Chez Roux is Roux Jr’s brand new restaurant, taking up residence at Palm Court at The Langham. Roux revisits some classic dishes from the Roux family archives here, as well as tackling some more modern French cooking in what is still one of London's most beautiful settings.
Opened: 22 May 2024
Where: The Langham, 1c Portland Place, W1B 1JA
Book now: Chez Roux at The Langham

Julie's, Holland Park

drinks at julie's

What: Despite a third reopening for this West London icon, Julie's still has all the same magic that made it an A-list magnet back in the day. With a new dream team at the helm (GM Emma Underwood, chef patron Owen Kenworthy and owner Tara MacBain), Julie's delves into some proper French brasserie cooking, with dishes given a little bit of a twist to match the extra maximalism of the space. Order a cracking beef tartare, a gorgeous onglet in sauce bordelaise and something from the raw fish counter, as well as a punchy Julie's Martini.
Opened: May 2024
Where: 135 Portland Road, W11 4LW
Book now: Julie's

Corrochio's, Dalston

spicy margaritas and tacos

What: Always loud and buzzing, Corrochio’s has long been a favourite of Dalston and Stoke Newington locals, who come for messy tacos and spicy Margs galore in this busy basement. Corrochio’s has added a big street level restaurant too, as well as lots more regional Mexican specialities and a drinks list that includes lesser known Mexican spirits like sotol, raicilla and bacanora.
Opened: May 2024
Where: 76 Stoke Newington Road, N16 7XB
Book now: Corrochio's

Bistrot at Wild Honey St James, St. James's

red banquettes and steak tartare at bistro wild honey

What: We’ve seen a number of chefs turning their talents to more affordable bistro-style restaurants, and it's a move that makes perfect sense for Anthony Demetre and Wild Honey St James. You can expect simple but peerlessly executed cooking here, with dishes including whipped cod’s roe with grilled flatbread, terrine of chicken, pork and duck en croute, and ricotta gnudi with Parmesan veloute.
Opened: May 2024
Where: Sofitel St James, 8 Pall Mall, SW1Y 5NG
Book now: Bistrot at Wild Honey St James

The Hero, Maida Vale

sausage and mash at the hero

What: The pub formerly known as The Hero of Maida has had a lovely little makeover and a slight name change, courtesy of the good people behind the wildly successful Pelican in Notting Hill, and The Bull at Charlbury. Expect more of the same here - gorgeous interiors and classic, delicious pub grub. There’s a grill opening upstairs in July as well, but you can go already and enjoy a pint and a scotch egg downstairs.
Opened: May 2024
Where: 55 Shirland Road, W9 2JD
Book now: The Hero

Café Petiole, Strand

sandwiches and salads at petiole

What: Cafe Petiole is a second restaurant opening from chef Rishim Sachdeva, following on from highly successful Tendril in Mayfair. Set inside Somerset House, Cafe Petiole promises more of the same seasonal, ‘mostly vegan’ cooking that has made Sachdeva one of London’s most intriguing chefs, alongside a load of great seasonal salads and sandwiches. The cherry on top is that you can grab a piece of Tendril's excellent tiramisu for a takeaway treat.
Opened: May 2024
Where: Somerset House, WC2R 1LA
Book now: Café Petiole

The Brush Grand Café, Hoxton

breakfast at the brush hoxton

What: The flagship all-day restaurant in the brand new art’otel Hoxton, The Brush menu is packed with classic bistro fare, whether its French onion soup, Croque Monsieur, prawn cocktail or beef tartare with confit egg yolk. The breakfast menu is excellent too, and art’otel’s signature modern art-led interiors are worth the visit alone.
Opened: 8 May 2024
Where: 84-86 Great Eastern Street, EC2A 3JL
Book now: The Brush Grand Café

The Cocochine, Mayfair

glamorous dining counter at the cocochine

What: After much anticipation, head chef Larry Jayasekara and Hamilton Gallery owner Tim Jefferies have finally opened their Bruton Place restaurant The Cocochine. Jayasekara’s rap sheet covers 20 years in fine dining restaurants including Petrus where he was head chef, and the menu is an absolute stonker. Unusually for fine dining in London, Jayasekara serves a three course a la carte rather than a tasting menu, with opening dishes including white asparagus with razor clam and Amalfi lemon hollandaise, and poulet de Bresse chicken with leek and morels.
Opened: May 2024
Where: 27 Bruton Place, W1J 6NQ
Book now: The Cocochine

Paradise 2.0, Soho

small plates on stone table

What: This Rupert Street favourite is shaking things up with a new six-course set menu format and glamorously renovated interiors from the designers behind Brat and Kiln. Elevated dishes feature flavors guests might not expect from Sri Lanka at an affordable price point. Classics like Rasam broth are served with a twist with the addition of lacto-fermented strawberries.
Opened: 28 May 2024  
Where: 61 Rupert Street, W1D 7PW 
Book now: Paradise

OMA, Borough

skewers at oma

What: In Smokestak and Manteca, David Carter has his thumb in two of London's hottest pies, so a third project was bound to cause a stir when announced. OMA promises much - a 60-cover dining room with plenty of white-stone and Aegean architectural details, and a broad Greek menu that focuses on wood-fired cooking, with skewers alongside small and 'not small' plates, plus an in-house bakery in the basement. A 400-bin wine list focuses on lesser-known Greek wines too. 
Opened: April 2024
Where: 2-4 Bedale Street, SE1 9AL
Book now: OMA

Roe, Canary Wharf

dining room at roe

What: Fallow pair Will Murray and Jack Croft have been on a serious hot streak since moving Fallow from Mayfair to St James’s. Aside from chicken-related side gigs, Roe is the true second restaurant follow-up to the wildly successful Fallow, and takes up a massive site in Canary Wharf, serving more of the same ultra-sustainable British food.
Opened: April 2024
Where: Five Park Drive, Wood Wharf, E14 9GG
Book now: Roe

Cloth, Farringdon

interiors at cloth

What: Wine importers Joe Haynes and Ben Butterworth have joined forces with former Lasdun head chef Tom Hurst to open this British wine bar and restaurant in Farringdon, just opposite St Bartholomew church. Lasdun was one of our favourite new restaurants last year, and Cloth delivers a similarly excellent menu alongside a superb weighty wine list.
Opened: April 2024
Where: 44 Cloth Fair, EC1A 7JQ
Book now: Cloth

abc kitchen at The Emory, Belgravia

abc kitchen at the emory interiors

What: One of the world’s most celebrated chefs arrives as the signature attraction at one of London’s biggest new hotel openings - Jean-Georges Vongerichten’s renowned abc kitchen brand has finally made it to London and promises luxury dining at its finest, all wrapped up in a stunning space designed by French architect Remi Tessier.
Opened: April 2024
Where: The Emory, Old Barrack Yard, SW1X 7NP
Book now: abc kitchen at The Emory

Yasmin, Soho

rooftop at yasmin soho

What: One reserved for members of Soho members’ club 1 Warwick Street, Tom Cenci’s rooftop Middle Eastern restaurant - a tribute to his love and time spent cooking in Turkey - is now open to the public. What a spot it is too, with a little rooftop terrace right in the heart of the city.
Opening: April 2024
Where: Warwick Street, W1B 5LR
Book now: Yasmin

The best new London restaurants opening soon

Restaurants continue to open in the capital at breakneck speed - we've rounded up all the big new openings coming up in the next few months and beyond.

Kolamba East, Shoreditch

interiors at kolamba east

What: A follow-up restaurant for the excellent Kolamba in Soho, Kolamba East promises more of the same sleek interior styling alongside a new menu of feasting plates. Fear not - the delicious signature hoppers are coming back here too, but Kolamba East will be much larger - around 92 covers - so there should be plenty of room for more of us to enjoy one of London’s best Sri Lankan spots.
Opening: July 2024
Where: 12 Blossom Street, E1 6PL
Read more: Kolamba East

Lahpet Larder, Bermondsey

close up of dish in bowl

What: Lahpet's authentic Burmese cooking with a little bit of a contemporary accessible angle has been a huge hit in London over the last few years, and Lahpet Larder is a third site for this slow-growing group. Expect wonderful exploration of Burmese flavours in foodie Bermondsey, alongside an attached shop that sells speciality Burmese ingredients. 
Opening: July 2024 
Where: 39-45 Bermondsey Street, SE1 3XF 
Read more: Lahpet Larder 

Three Darlings, Chelsea

jason atherton face portrait

What: One of a trio of restaurants that Jason Atherton is opening this year, Three Darlings is a neighborhood bistro that will serve English dishes with European twists as well as healthy fare from across the world. Named after the couple’s trio of daughters and being opened in collaboration with his wife Ihra, it will be located on Chelsea’s bustling Pavillion Road.
Opening: August 2024
Where: 241b Pavillion Road, SW1X 0BP
Read more: Three Darlings

Cornus, Belgravia

gary foulkes and medlar team at cornus

What: Opening up in the spanking new Ice Factory development in Belgravia, Cornus boasts a killer team, bringing together the team behind Medlar in Chelsea with chef Gary Foulkes (previously of the superb Michelin-starred Angler in the City). The restaurant promises a lovely little rooftop terrace, and the food should be phenomenal too.
Opening: August 2024
Where: 27c Eccleston Place, SW1W 9NF
Read more: Cornus

Marceline, Canary Wharf

bistro dishes at marceline

What: Continuing the procession of big new openings heading to Canary Wharf, Marceline is moving into the upper floor of the large site next to Hawksmoor, courtesy of chef Robert Aikens (believe it or not, the twin brother of chef Tom Aikens). Robert's kitchen CV includes Le Gavroche and Tom’s Kitchen, and Marceline is bringing proper Gallic cooking to the table, including eclairs with duck liver mousse and skate kievs with pomme puree.
Opening: August 2024
Where: Wood Wharf, 10 Water Street, E14 5GX
Read more: Marceline

Eat Momo, Borough

dishes and drinks on white table

What: Eat Momo is a venture run by a sister duo that is bringing Nepalese dumplings ‘momos’ to Borough Market. Served ‘canteen-style’ in a relaxed and comforting environment both meat-filled and vegetable dumplings will be enjoyed against a backdrop of Nepalese folk music, nestled in one of Borough Yards new commercial units. 
Opening: August 2024
Where: Arch 229, 1 Bank End, SE1 9BU
Read more: Eat Momo

Lolo, Bermondsey

jose pizzaro portrait holding wine

What: Renowned Spanish chef Jose Pizarro is opening this new all day-dining concept in Bermondsey. With the name playfully referencing Jose’s middle name Manuel, this project has a laidback and convivial feel. It will also be the first of his restaurants to serve breakfast, so we're intrigued to see what the most important meal of the day looks like when it's been Pizarro'd. 
Opening: August 2024 
Where: 102 Bermondsey Street 
Read more: Lolo

Kricket Canary Wharf

will bowlby kricket

What: Kricket is the latest of London’s successful groups heading to Canary Wharf, taking on a big site on the North Dock of the Wharf by West India Quay. We haven’t had a new Kricket opening since 2018 when the White City site opened, so it’ll be fascinating to see what the team does with this large Canary Wharf spot. We’re also getting a second version of the group’s phenomenally popular SOMA cocktail bar next door too.
Opening: August 2024
Where: Frobisher Passage, E14 4EE
Read more: Kricket Canary Wharf

Fantomas, Chelsea

chris denney

What: Fast becoming 2024’s hottest restaurateurs, George Bukhov-Weinstein and Ilya Demichev have another huge opening in the making, following on from Lita in Marylebone and Belvedere in Holland Park (a restaurant we absolutely adored, by the way). They’re joining forces with chef Chris Denney (formerly of the excellent but short-lived 108 Garage) and judging by those previous restaurants, there’s good reason to be excited.
Opening: Summer 2024
Where: 300 King's Road, SW3 5UH

Sael, St. James's

jason atherton

What: Jason Atherton announced the closure of Pollen Street Social earlier this year, but he’s coming back to London in a big way, not just with Row on 5 (also on this list) but Sael - a more relaxed British brasserie that will take over the old Aquavit site in St James’s. So far, all we know is that dishes will be heavily influenced by British ingredients, and prices should be more approachable than his other fine dining establishments.
Opening: Summer 2024
Where: 1 St James's Market, SW1Y 4QQ
Read more: Sael

Wildflowers, Pimlico

cuttlefish fideua at wildflowers

What: Wildflowers will open in Autumn 2024 in Pimlico's recently developed Newson's Yard. The restaurant, deli & wine bar, which comes from interior stylist Laura Hart and chef Aaron Potter (previously head chef of Trinity and Elystan Street), will serve dishes inspired by the Mediterranean, albeit with a twist - think crispy Cadiz shrimp fritters, cuttlefish and crab fideua and fig leaf pasteis de nata. We loved Potter's cooking at Maria G’s, so Wildflowers is high on our hit list for 2024.
Opening: Autumn 2024
Where: Newson’s Yard, SW1W 8NE
Read more: Wildflowers

The Barbary Notting Hill

aubergines roasting

What: Zoe and Layo Paskin’s popular east-Med and Middle Eastern restaurant is blasting off again, this time to Notting Hill as The Barbary heads for west London. The Barbary Notting Hill is taking over what was Maddox Gallery and promises more of the same delicious seasonal flatbreads, skewers, small plates and vibes on a big central counter. Frankly, The Barbary feels a perfect fit for Notting Hill, and it also promises a bigger wine selection including some rare bottles from seriously big time producers.
Opening: September 2024
Where: 112 Westbourne Grove, W2 5RU
Read more: The Barbary Notting Hill

LEYDI, St Pauls

selin kiazim leydi

What: London welcomes Selin Kiazim back with open arms, as she returns to London with new restaurant LEYDI (though perhaps not in person). Kiazim is the brains behind the menu of this Turkish restaurant which will be the signature attraction at the upcoming Hyde London City opposite the Old Bailey. Expect delicious pides, lahmacun, shish and more - if you miss Oklava, this should be high on your list.
Opening: September 2024
Where: 15 Old Bailey, EC4M 7EF
Read more: LEYDI

Ambassadors Clubhouse, Mayfair

ambassadors clubhouse interiors

What: JKS Restaurants are already responsible for a number of London’s best Indian restaurants - Gymkhana, Trishna, Brigadiers and BiBi, for example - but Ambassadors Clubhouse will be the group’s first brand new Indian concept in five years, promising to bring regional Punjabi cooking to Mayfair. Drinks and general merriment will also be a big part of the bargain, with a lower ground floor bar that will stay open until 3am playing Punjabi dance, hip hop, house and garage.
Opening: September 2024
Where: 25 Heddon Street, W1B 4BH
Read more: Ambassadors Clubhouse

Fonda, Mayfair

santiago lastra at fonda

What: When restaurants are as successful as KOL, a second restaurant is always round the corner. Sure enough, Santiago Lastra and MJMK have nabbed a corner spot at the top of Heddon Street in Mayfair, promising more of his creative modern Mexican cooking, this time centred around the ‘comal’ - a clay griddle used to cook corn tortillas. Watch out for this one - it could be flying high in 2024's best restaurant lists.
Opening: Septemeber 2024
Where: Heddon Street, W1
Read more: Fonda

Undercroft, Mayfair

brad carter at undercroft

What: Brad Carter’s adventurous tasting menus have been a core part of Birmingham’s culinary rejuvenation, and for the first time ever, Londoners will get the chance to taste Carter’s food in the capital. The setting is suitably mysterious - the crypt of Grade I listed St George’s Church in Mayfair.
Opening: September 2024
Where: St George's Church, 2A Mill Street, W1S 1FX
Read more: Undercroft

Restaurant Gordon Ramsay at 22 Bishopsgate, Liverpool Street

gordon ramsay at 22 bishopsgate

What: Gordon Ramsay has announced the biggest new expansion of his restaurants in many, many years, taking over the top floors of 22 Bishopsgate to deliver a whopping five new sites. The most exciting among those is probably a new outpost for his peerless three Michelin-starred Restaurant Gordon Ramsay, but a new Lucky Cat complete with London’s highest roof terrace also sounds appetising.
Opening: September 2024
Where: 22 Bishopsgate, EC2N 4AJ

The Blue Stoops, Kensington

food dishes on table

What: The heritage brewing brand Allsop & Sons are opening their first pub in nearly a century with The Blue Stoops on Kensington Church Street. This venture will honour the Allsopp family's illustrious history by unearthing the family’s ‘lost beers’ and serving them alongside classic seasonal British pub food, with Caravel's Lorcan Spiteri rustling up the menu. 
Opening: September 2024 
Where: 127-129 Kensington Church Street, W8 7LP 
Read more: The Blue Stoops

Cafe Francois, Borough

assorted eclairs on stands

What: A sister restaurant to Mayfair’s excellent Maison Francois, Cafe Francois will offer more laid-back all-day dining with a deli and restaurant spread across two floors. While the cafe will remain grounded in French brasserie cuisine the dishes here will also take inspiration from international sources.
Opening: Autumn 2024
Where: Borough Yards
Read more: Cafe Francois

Row on 5, Mayfair

jason atherton

What: The newest venture from Jason Atheron, Row on 5 is set to be a new flagship for the renowned chef - his first new opening in London since The Betterment, which closed in 2019. Spread over two floors in a brand-new building on the famous tailor's street, there will be an open kitchen downstairs with counter seating and tables available on the ground floor. There is limited information available concerning the menu, however, rumours are it will be a ‘culinary voyage’ journeying through a multi-course dining experience.
When does it open? November 2024
Where: 5 Savile Row, W1S 3PB

Carbone, Mayfair

mario carbone

What: Headlining London’s new obsession with Italo-American food is Carbone - New York’s iconic Italian restaurant slash mob wife immersive experience. Carbone will likely be the star attraction at the upcoming Chancery Rosewood Hotel in Mayfair, still under construction and coming in 2025.
Opening: 2025
Where: The Chancery Rosewood Hotel, 30 Grosvenor Square, W1K
Read more: Carbone

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