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Updated on 13 June 2019

Nusr-Et Steakhouse

Nusr-Et Steakhouse

The Park Tower hotel, 101 Knightsbridge, London, SW1X 7RN

OPENS 2019

If you told us ten years ago that an internet meme could lead to a string of international restaurants, we probably wouldn’t have believed you. Nevertheless, this is exactly what ‘salt bae’ chef Nusret Gökçe has done, opening his latest site at The Park Tower hotel in Knightsbridge. The Turkish cook, who achieved internet fame when videos of his meat seasoning technique went viral, oversees a menu that includes signature dishes such as roasted asado short-rib, and Nusr-Et meat spaghetti.

Elsewhere on the menu, you’ll find tartare selections and some light salads, while there’s a cocktail menu to help wash everything down. If the critic’s reviews of his other locations (including Dubai, Miami and New York) are to be believed, you might be better off sticking to the drinks.

Over £80
Steak
Daffodil Mulligan

Daffodil Mulligan

70-74 City Road, Old Street, London, London, EC1Y 2BJ

OPENS SEPTEMBER 2019

Renowned Irish chef Richard Corrigan is finally moving away from Mayfair, opening his first restaurant outside the moneyed area in Shoreditch. Found on the former site of Old Street's Nuala, Daffodil Mulligan will champion coastal cuisine, using produce sourced directly from Corrigan's own estate in Ireland. 

Irish
Fish
Din Tai Fung at Centre Point

Din Tai Fung at Centre Point

Centre Point, 101 New Oxford Street, London, London, WC1A 1DB

OPENS SUMMER 2019

If you trace Taiwanese restaurant royalty Din Tai Fung back to its roots, you’ll find it was doing the one-item menu trick decades before London caught on. This xiao long bao specialist came from humble beginnings, but nearly four decades on it is an industry byword for superlative steamed soup-filled dumplings. Founded by default in Taipei in 1980 (the owners needed to make ends meet on the premises of their cooking oil business when it threatened to fold), it became so successful that it has since branched out, and now boasts branches across Asia, some with Michelin stars to their name, plus much-lauded venues in Australia, the US and Dubai. This Centre Point site is set to be the brand's second London location, following a yet-to-open flagship restaurant in Covent Garden. You can expect a menu featuring Din Tai Fung classics such as steamed chilli-crab and pork buns, or steamed chicken soup, as well as those incredible dumplings – and near hysteria from its cult fan base.

£50 - £79
Taiwanese
Chucs Café Kensington

Chucs Café Kensington

97 Old Brompton Road, London, SW7 3LD

OPENS 20 JUNE 2019

Smart Italian group Chucs has branched out again, adding a fifth location to its collection in another of London’s fashionable neighbourhoods. Billed as a more casual dining concept than its four siblings, Chucs Café Kensington will be open for breakfast, lunch and dinner, seven days a week, with a focus on first-rate coffee supplied by Difference Coffee Co. Available in only a handful of upmarket establishments in the capital, Difference sources the very highest-grade coffees, and works alongside one of only four fully-licensed Coffee Quality Graders in the world to create what it promises is an exemplary cup of joe.

Food-wise, diners can expect a broad range of drinks, snacks and more substantial meals, from smoothies to paninis, salads and pastas, the majority of which are available to take away. Breakfast sees the likes of homemade granola with peaches and yoghurt alongside classic favourites such as eggs Benedict, and smashed avocado with poached eggs and smoked chilli. Meanwhile, the all-day menu features some of Chucs’ most popular dishes, including the Cobb salad, tagliatelle with crab and Amalfi lemon, and bigoli cacio e pepe.

Come evening, guests can choose from a large selection of wines alongside ciccheti or small plates, including prosciutto di Parma, broad beans with smoked mozarella, and seared tuna with ponzu and sesame. Heartier dishes include burrata with peaches, chilli and mint, and fennel risotto with black olive pangrattato.

£30 - £49
Cafes
Italian
Lucky Cat by Gordon Ramsay

Lucky Cat by Gordon Ramsay

10 Grosvenor Square, London, W1K 6JP

OPENS 24 JUNE 2019

This Asian eating house is the brainchild of TV chef Gordon Ramsay, and replaces his much-loved Maze Mayfair, which operated for 14 years. 

Inspired by the drinking dens of 1930s Tokyo, Lucky Cat is led by executive chef Ben Orpwood, who has previous experience at the likes of glamorous Sexy Fish and long-standing Japanese concept Zuma.   

Lucky Cat’s interiors are the work of design studio AfroditiKrassa, who boast the likes of popular Indian group Dishoom in their portfolio. Food wise, you can expect to dine from a menu of Asian-style small plates and dishes from a robata grill. Chow down on dishes such as seared otoro with house soy, wakame oil and baby kale, as well as Orkney scallop with yuzu and sweetcorn hot sauce, wasabi leaf and lime.

£30 - £49
Pan-Asian
Folie

Folie

37 Golden Square, Soho, London, W1F9LB

OPENS SUMMER 2019

Folie is the first solo project from Guillaume Depoix, the former operations manager of the Boundary Hotel in Shoreditch, who has teamed up with Parisian restaurateur Thierry Costes, of the super-glamorous Café Costes and Hôtel Costes.

It’s a contemporary take on a Parisian brasserie, with an all-day menu of simple and unfussy French and Mediterranean food.

One third of the wines here are organic, with most hailing from France. A selection of cocktails is also available, while the food and drink menus will take guests through from early breakfasts to late-night tipples.

French
Hoh Sek Noodles

Hoh Sek Noodles

The Roundhouse with the Green Roof, St. Katharine's Way, London, E1W 1TW

OPENS JULY 2019

Rosa’s Thai Cafe founder, Saiphin Moore, set up her first noodle shop in Thailand aged just 14, and hasn’t looked back. Now, following the success of the Rosa’s Thai Cafe chain, which Moore runs with her husband Alex, the pair is set to launch a new Chinese-influenced noodle restaurant concept, Hoh Sek Noodles, near the Tower of London.

Under £30
Noodles
Chinese
Darling

Darling

41 Kingsland High Street, London, E8 2JS

OPENS SPRING 2019

Darling is the first solo venture from Charlotte Wilde, co-founder of the popular Sager + Wilde wine bar and restaurant. Located in Dalston, the space comprises a wine bar, kitchen and an events and production space. Once inside the grade II listed building, you’ll find sea-coloured tiles and marble tables illuminated by candlelight. The food offering delivers a small, seasonal à la carte of modern European dishes, while bar snacks are served alongside a range of cocktails that offer twists on classic sips such as Negronis and an Old Fashioned. The wine list meanwhile features 100 regularly changing bottles at accessible prices, arguably best enjoyed on the suntrap terrace which runs down one side of the building.

Wine Bars
Caprice Café

Caprice Café

8-10 North Audley Street, London, W1K 6ZD

OPENS 2019

Caprice Holdings is finally set to re-brand the Mayfair Garden site it purchased a few years ago. Caprice Café, a casual spin-off of the existing Le Caprice restaurant in St James’s, will debut on the site in 2019. The spin-off format has already worked successfully for sister restaurant The Ivy, which became a ‘collection’ of cafés and brasseries in 2014.

Temakinho Tower Bridge

Temakinho Tower Bridge

1 Tower Bridge Road, London, SE1 2AA

OPENS 2019

This Japanese-Brazilian fusion restaurant has added another London site, following on from its Soho branch and others across Europe in Milan, Rome and Ibiza. Finding itself in the plush One Tower Bridge development, the restaurant places emphasis on using sustainable produce and is the first in London to secure a ‘friends of the sea’ status. On the menu, there’s the likes of ceviche, tiraditos and sushi rolls, while drinks are covered by caipirinhas and smoothies.

Under £30
Japanese
Brazilian
The Yard at Great Scotland Yard

The Yard at Great Scotland Yard

3-5 Great Scotland Yard, London, London, SW1A 2HN

OPENS SUMMER 2019

Part of the upcoming Great Scotland Yard hotel, The Yard is overseen by much-talked-about London chef and restaurateur Robin Gill (who already operates The Dairy, Counter Culture, Sorella and Darbys'). The hotel's flagship dining room will serve a menu of best-of-British dishes, using produce sourced from the UK countryside.

£50 - £79
British
Flor

Flor

1 Bedale Street, London, London, SE1 9AL

OPENS SUMMER 2019

This bakery-cum-wine-bar is operated by the team behind Lyle’s in Shoreditch. Found on the edge of Borough Market, Flor serves lunch and dinner, with homemade bread an integral part of the food offering – think baked goods and sandwiches at lunchtime and flatbreads for dinner. 

Head here on Saturdays for brunch, while on any day of the week, all of the bakery’s breads and pastries are available to takeaway. In the evening, the space becomes a wine bar, with both food and wine coming from many of the same suppliers as at Lyle’s.

Image from Lyle's (credit: Per-Anders Jorgensen)

£30 - £49
Modern European
Wine Bars
Kol

Kol

TBC, London , London,

OPENS LATE 2019

Not much is known about this first solo restaurant from chef Santiago Lastra, but we do know that the focus will be on Mexican food and that the restaurant will be found at a central London location. This isn't Lastra's first experience of cooking in the capital, as he previously hosted a short-term residency at Marylebone restaurant Carousel, which features a rotating line-up of up-and-coming chefs.

£50 - £79
Mexican
Sam

Sam's Riverside

65 Aspenlea Road, London, W6 8LH

OPENS SUMMER 2019

As part of the major rejuvenation of Riverside Studios in Hammersmith, restaurateur Sam Harrison is set to launch Sam’s Riverside, a British brasserie-style restaurant and bar. Harrison has a proven track record in the trade, having previously owned Sam’s Brasserie in Chiswick and Harrison’s in Balham before selling them to the Foxlow group in 2015. He plans to open this 90-seat all-day restaurant early in 2019, in a venue that will also feature an outdoor space capable of seating 40 – as well as a private dining room for up to 16 guests. The menu will take diners through from breakfast to dinner, while they enjoy views of the Thames via large windows that will let in plenty of natural daylight. Watch this space for more details.

£30 - £49
British
The Betterment

The Betterment

39-44 Grosvenor Square, London, London, W1K 2HP

The latest opening from Michelin-starred chef Jason Atherton finds its home at the new Biltmore Mayfair hotel. The chic restaurant is an all-day affair which majors in meat and fish dishes cooked on a central wood-fired grill. Atherton will also be in charge of the hotel's other food and beverage offerings, including its Terrace, Tea Lounge and drinking spot, The Pine Bar.

Over £80
Modern European
Allegra at The Stratford

Allegra at The Stratford

Olympic Park, 20-22 International Way, London, London, E20 1GQ

OPENS JULY 2019

Found on the seventh floor of the Manhattan Loft Gardens skyscraper in the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park and part of The Stratford hotel, Allegra is a modern European restaurant headed up by chef Patrick Powell (who previously held the position of head chef at Chiltern Firehouse.)

The restaurant features doors which open out onto one of the hotel’s sky gardens. Here, you’ll find outdoor seating among the growing herbs and vegetables, which are then made use of in the restaurant kitchen.

£50 - £79
Modern European
Amazonico

Amazonico

10 Berkeley Square, London, London, W1J 6AA

OPENS 2019

The original location for glitzy Amazonico is found in Madrid, Spain and is known for its jungle-inspired interiors and celeb pulling power – everyone from Spanish socialites to politicians have been spotted dining at the restaurant.

This first London outpost occupies the former Allied Irish Bank building on Mayfair’s bustling Berkeley Square and sports the restaurant’s famed rainforest-style interiors, including green awnings at the front emblazoned with the Amazonico logo. Punters will be glad to know though, that the offering here is a little more sophisticated than the food at London’s already existing Rainforest Café.

Open from morning until the early hours, Amazonico comprises of a large main dining room and an intimate lounge bar, with room for almost 300 guests across the entire space. The food menu is an eclectic mix of cuisines, featuring fare inspired by Asia, the Mediterranean and Brazil. Dishes you can expect to find include the wide-ranging likes of tandoori-grilled meats, sushi, US-style steaks, frog legs and poke.

The team behind the hotspot are Spanish restaurateurs Santo da Silva and Marta Santos, who find themselves in good company, among high-end neighbours such as Richard Caring’s celeb-baiting Sexy Fish and Michelin-starred Indian restaurant Benares.

£50 - £79
International
Plu

Plu

12 Blenheim Terrace, London, NW8 0EB

OPENS JULY 2019

‘Plu’, in French, is the past participle of the verb ‘plaire’, meaning ‘to please or to enjoy’, which sums up chef Elliot Moss’s aim for his new restaurant in St John’s Wood, and his hopes for diners . The name also doubles up as an acronym for ‘people like us’, by which Moss (who trained at Le Gavroche) means fellow food lovers who enjoy fine dining.

Little is known about the chef’s first solo venture, other than its location and raison d'être, which is to provide the very finest food and service in a truly intimate setting. Given that the restaurant will only have the capacity to seat 22, and that the staff to diner ratio is one to every two, it would appear that Plu is all set to practise what it preaches.

The menu is still in development, but the ever-changing, seasonal tasting menu is billed as ‘English food, with a French accent’. Details of what this might taste like are sparse, but judging by Plu’s colourful Instagram account, guests can expect everything from fresh, floral salads and gazpacho to sweet and sour quail and scallops with ox cheeks, all beautifully presented and very photogenic.

French
Caviar Kaspia

Caviar Kaspia

1a Chesterfield Street, London, London, W1J 5JF

OPENS JUNE 2019

Last seen on London’s dining scene in the early 2000s, Caviar Kaspia is back. The London outpost of the famous Paris restaurant originally operated in Bruton Place, before being replaced by Bellamy’s.

In 2019, Caviar Kaspia made a welcome return to the capital, in the site that was previously home to the members-only Chess Club. Just like at the Parisian original, guests here can enjoy the restaurant’s luxury take on comfort food, including its signature baked potato topped with sour cream and caviar. Elsewhere, you can try  the likes of blinis topped with either crayfish or smoked salmon, while there’s also a variety of Champagnes available to quaff alongside your sturgeon eggs.  

£50 - £79
Fish
H.O.M.E

H.O.M.E

8-10 Pollen Street, London, London, W1S 1NQ

OPENS 2019

This intimate operation from chef Jason Atherton can be found right next door to his Michelin-starred restaurant Pollen Street Social in a space which was previously rented out for fashion and art pop ups. The restaurant only has 16 seats and Atherton calls it “our Araki” in reference to the three-Michelin-starred Japenese chef's counter round the corner, although he insists he has no Michelin-starred aspirations for the venture.

H.O.M.E (the capitals are stylistic, rather than an acronym) will act as a creative outlet for Atherton, and will be less structured than his flagship restaurant next door. The kitchen serves up a multi-course set menu which is inspired by the chef’s travels around the world and guests can buy individual tickets to sit at the table, rather than hire the space exclusively for group use. This is because Atherton wants to keep the experience about the food, rather than have it become a party venue. Watch this space for more details.

£50 - £79
British
Radio Alice Canary Wharf

Radio Alice Canary Wharf

Unit 24, Jubilee Place, London, London, E14 5NY

OPENS SUMMER 2019

The biggest branch of this pizzeria mini-chain yet, seating almost 200 diners. Expect the usual schtick of bases which are cooked and divided into slices, before toppings are added. This means that none of the topping's flavours are compromised by the heat when cooking.  

Under £30
Pizza
Sloane Street Deli

Sloane Street Deli

162 Sloane Street, London, SW1X 9BS

OPENING LATE 2019

Caprice Holdings – the group behind upmarket restaurants such as The Ivy, Le Caprice and J Sheekey – is set to open a new wine bar, deli and restaurant concept on one of London's most fashionably elegant streets. Not much else is known about it, other than its situlation on a corner at the Sloane Square end of Sloane Street, but if it's anything like the group's other restaurants, we're sure it'll be well worth a visit once it's open.

Cafes
Suzi Tros

Suzi Tros

18 Hillgate Street, London, London, W8 7SR

OPENS JUNE 2019

This Greek-inspired bistro and cocktail bar comes from the team behind Mazi, which can be found just a few doors down.  Named after a character from 1960s Greek film I Parisiana, Suzi Tros translates as “Suzi, you eat”. That’s what guests can do here, feasting on a selection of Greek-inspired small plates.

Spread across two floors, Suzi Tros features an upstairs dining room which boasts a 10-seat kitchen counter alongside regular tables, while downstairs guests can relax in the intimate cocktail bar with drinks and bar snacks. The relaxed interiors recreate the coastal atmosphere of Greece, with plenty of natural light, patterned tiles and a turquoise tiled bar.

On the menu, you can expect a seasonally changing selection of small plates and grilled dishes, with diners sitting at the counter able to enjoy some kitchen theatre via the open charcoal grill. Dishes you might find include a selection of raw plates such as crayfish tartare and sea urchin, as well as hot dishes of grilled calamari, grilled and smoked aubergine and ‘Grandmama’s Meatballs’. If you’re looking for something a little lighter, opt for one of Suzi Tros’ salads, such as stuffed peppers with rice or chickpea and octopus.

No surprises that the wine list is exclusively Greek, and it’s served along with a selection of Greek beers. If you’re only visiting the bar, you can sample cocktails which make use of lesser-known Greek spirits such as Mastika and Tsipouro. Note that Suzi Tros does not take reservations.

£30 - £49
Greek
Circolo

Circolo

Rathbone Square, London, London, W1T 1PB

OPENS 28 JUNE 2019

This massive Italian trattoria in Fitzrovia comes from the Big Mamma Group, who are also the team behind the zany restaurant Gloria in Shoreditch.

The interiors aim to bring Sicilian coast sunshine to dreary London, featuring plenty of plants, a ceiling adorned with thousands of festoon lights, and a mammoth 20,000 bottles of spirits lining the walls. Circolo can seat over 200 diners inside, while the restaurant also boasts an outdoor terrace with room for 60. Encouraging group dining, the space features large tables which can seat up to 12 guests. 

As at Gloria (Insta-famous for its massive lemon meringue pie), the menu here is purposefully over the top. It comprises of small cicchetti and larger plates designed to share. Expect to find metre-long pizzas topped with the likes of San Marzano tomato and creamy burrata from Puglia, while the Sicilian Grill turns out the likes of calamari e lemoni and pork skewers al Arrabiata.

£30 - £49
Italian
NoMad London

NoMad London

Bow Street Magistrates’ Court and Police Station, London, WC2E 7AH

OPENING LATE 2019

Opening in the impressively grand building that was once Bow Street Magistrates’ Court and Police Station, this first non-U.S. branch of NoMad promises all the elegance and style that its New York hotel in particular is known for, with an eagerly anticipated restaurant to match.

As with its other three hotels in New York, Los Angeles and Las Vegas, NoMad London will feature an impressive restaurant under the direction of world-renowned Swiss chef Daniel Humm and restaurateur Will Guidara. Together they are celebrated for transforming the now Michelin-starred Eleven Madison Park in New York from a French brasserie into one of the hottest dining destinations in the world. Exciting stuff. 

BaoziInn Borough

BaoziInn Borough

34-36 Southwark Street, London, SE1 1TU

OPENS JUNE 2019

This mini-chain of unpretentious restaurants, related to the more upmarket Bar Shu, was among the first to break the Cantonese stranglehold on Chinatown with its flavours of regional China and the fiery cooking of Sichuan. Following its success, it’s branching out yet again with a new three-floor restaurant near Borough Market that boasts a large, open-plan kitchen and a first-floor cocktail lounge.

When it comes to the food, there’s no doubt you’ll get proper Chinese fare, whatever you order. BaoziInn’s other restaurants have succeeded in building up a loyal following of diners whose love of chef Francis Law’s dim sum, dan dan noodles and Insta-famous dumplings keep them coming back time and time again, so there’s no reason to suppose BaoziInn Borough will be any different. As with its Soho venues, the new menu will revolve around a range of Hunan and Sichuan street food, this time with an emphasis on Cantonese roast meats, such as barbeque roast duck, crispy roast pork belly and caramelized barbeque roast pork.

Under £30
Chinese
Dim Sum
The Orange Buffalo

The Orange Buffalo

46 Mitcham Road, London, SW17 9NA

OPENS 21 JUNE 2019

After years on the street food scene, the duo behind Orange Buffalo is finally opening a permanent site in south London. Known for its fiery homemade sauces, including the ever-popular ‘original’ sauce made with red chillies, and the red hot ‘viper’ sauce made from naga and Dutch chillies, the brand has come a long way since serving their first wings from a van in Shoreditch.

A handful of awards and hundreds of glowing reviews from happy customers of both the Shoreditch and Hoxton outposts are testament to how tasty these New York style wings are, so fans will be pleased to hear the new restaurant menu has been augmented. As well as their trusty wings, you’ll find chicken burgers and a vegan cauliflower "wing" on offer, alongside a selection of sides.

Under £30
North American
Nutshell

Nutshell

30 St Martin’s Lane, London, WC2N 4EJ

OPENS JULY 2019

Authentic, nuanced Iranian food served in a warm, contemporary setting is what diners can expect at this new Covent Garden restaurant run by husband-and-wife team Mohammad Paknejad and Marwa Alkhalaf. Originally from Tehran and Saudi Arabia respectively, the pair, together with Jeremy Borrow (former head chef at The Palomar), aim to showcase Iranian food as a cuisine beyond the kabab, with a menu focused on sharing plates adapted to the changing seasons.

Persian
Middle Eastern
Double Standard at The Standard

Double Standard at The Standard

10 Argyle Street, London, London, WC1H 8EG

OPENS SUMMER 2019

Found at The Standard Hotel in King’s Cross, this late-night bar is open to both hotel guests and the general public, serving up craft beers, wines and classic cocktails. The interiors nod to traditional British boozers (think heavy-set wooden doors, textured glass and a plush red carpet), but there are some unexpected design elements too – including pastel-toned tiled flooring, soft pink shelving and a felt ceiling.

Double Standard’s food menu is curated by chef Adam Rawson (formerly Pachamama) and serves a menu of pub grub which is inspired by traditional pub classics as well as the kind of food you’d find at dive bars in New York. The bar stays open until the early hours, and is on the same floor as Isla, the hotel’s ground-floor all-day restaurant which is also overseen by Rawson. Up on the tenth floor, you’ll find a fine-dining restaurant from chef Peter Sanchez-Iglesias, who operates 2018 SquareMeal UK Restaurant of the Year Casamia in Bristol.

Bars
The Stratford Brasserie

The Stratford Brasserie

London, London, E20 1FD

OPENS JUNE 2019

Part of luxury hotel The Stratford, Stratford Brasserie is billed as a ‘social hub’, where both residents and the general public can meet to work remotely, as well as drink and dine.   

The space consists of a ground-floor dining room which features softly padded leather chairs and statement wooden benches, while the outdoor terrace is heated and includes an outdoor bar, fireplace and pizza oven.

Stratford Brasserie is open all-day and the menu majors in light sharing dishes made with seasonal British ingredients. In the morning, guests can enjoy the likes of homemade crumpets and acai bowls, while snacks late in the day include grilled romero pepper with salsa verde and sourdough, and Taramasalata with radish and seaweed salt. Fancy something more substantial? Opt for a pizza from the outdoor wood oven.

£30 - £49
Modern European
Roast Kitchen

Roast Kitchen

Great Portland Street, London, W1

OPENS MID-2019

Borough Market favourite Roast is launching a second, more casual site in late 2018. Open all day, Roast Kitchen will be set across two floors and plans to offer the brand’s signature British roast dinners, alongside new additions. The kitchen will be headed by chef Paul Shearing, who has previously worked at the likes of Odette’s and One Aldwych hotel. More details to follow.

£30 - £49
British
Isla at The Standard

Isla at The Standard

10 Argyle Street, London, London, WC1H 8EG

OPENS SUMMER 2019

Found on the ground floor of The Standard hotel in King's Cross, Isla is overseen by chef-to-watch Adam Rawson, and benefits from an intimate garden terrace with a retractable awning that can protect diners from the outside elements. From the menu, you can expect an all-day selection of seasonal dishes, which major in best-of-British produce, alongside a tempting list of natural wines.

Modern European
M Canary Wharf

M Canary Wharf

Newfoundland development, Westferry Road, London, E14 4JB

OPENS LATE 2020

This upcoming restaurant and bar, which will be housed inside the Newfoundland development in Canary Wharf, is the fourth location for the M Restaurants group. Scheduled to open in late 2020, the site will be the brand’s flagship location, and will feature a restaurant and grill, as well as a wine store and tasting room, cocktail bar and garden, a member’s lounge and a private dining room. The 10,000 square foot space will occupy the first floor of the 60-storey Newfoundland building, which will also house hundreds of luxury apartments.   

Over £80
Steak
Davies & Brook

Davies & Brook

Claridge's, Brook Street, London, London, W1K 4HR

OPENS SUMMER 2019

Following months of rumours, the team behind Michelin-starred New York restaurant Eleven Madison Park has finally been confirmed as the replacement for Fera at Claridge’s.

Chef Daniel Humm and restaurateur Will Guidara of ‘Make It Nice Hospitality’ will take the helm at Claridge’s this summer with what will be their first European venture. Little has been revealed about the menu so far, but Davies & Brook is set to offer guests a fine dining experience without pretension, which will embrace Claridge’s history while offering a modern take on classic dishes.

The restaurant will feature interiors by designer Brad Cloepfil, who recently completed a redesign of Eleven Madison Park. The kitchen meanwhile, will be headed up by executive chef Dmitri Magi, who was previously chef de cuisine at the lauded New York restaurant. Watch this space for more details.

Modern European