This week, it’s all about the restaurant sequels with Chick ‘n’ Sours and Pizza Pilgrims both opening brand new locations. Read on for more details, including the opening date and soft launch offers.

Chick ‘n’ Sours, Islington (above)

When: Opens 24 September with 50% off food until 26 September

What: The third site for Chick ‘n’ Sours finds its home in Islington, and serves up its usual run of spicy friend chicken, alongside some new additions. Expect to feast on chicken toast dressed with chilli fish sauce caramel, alongside burgers such as the Seoul Destroyer – a Korean-glazed patty topped with nacho cheese and kimchi.

Where: 62 Upper Street, N1 0NY

Pittabun table of people sharing food dishes

Pittabun, Soho 

When: Opens 24 September with 50% off food until 25 September

What: Seating around 40 diners, this Grecian-inspired fast casual joint serves up a run of savoury and sweet stuffed pitta buns. Bun stuffers you’ll find on the menu include charcoaled slow-cooked pork neck with tzatziki, tomatoes and fresh herbs, or panko-crusted fried cod fillet with walnut and garlic spread, and beetroot ketchup.

Where: 4 Newburgh Street, W1F 7RF

 Angelo Sato London chef

Omoide, Bermondsey 

When: Opens 26 September

What: Half German, half Japanese chef Angelo Sato has worked in some of the restaurant world’s biggest hitters, including Restaurant Gordon Ramsay and Trinity, and now, he’s opening his solo debut which is a grab-and-go concept inspired by kaiseki-ryōri, a traditional Japanese multi-course meal.

Where: 126 Bermondsey Street, SE13DB

 Pizaa Pilgrims restaurant Italian Exmouth Market London

Pizza Pilgrims, City 

When: Opens 27 September

What: This London-wide pizzeria has taken over the former site of Jason Atherton’s Temple & Sons to offer up its usual mix of Neapolitan-style pizzerias, alongside quaffable disgestifs and sugar-coated desserts, such as the Nutella and salted ricotta stuffed dough ring. Don’t miss the nightly happy hour either.

Where: 22 Old Broad Street, EC2N 1HQ


Still not satisfied? Tuck into our complete list of London’s latest openings, or graze into the future with our list of London restaurants and bars coming soon.