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8 new and exciting restaurants in London

8 new and exciting restaurants in London

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The City of London and the City of Food has opened its doors to many new and exciting restaurants by 2022 (as well as one in Edinburgh). Cuisine Everything from Mexican home cooking through Asian influences to local ingredients in Scotland and in between.

1. Eleanor, Edinburgh

Opened in December 2021.

Eleanor is The Little Chartroom’s sister restaurant in Edinburgh. The restaurant derives its name from a boat owned by the family of chef Roberta. Expect a relaxed atmosphere with high tables and stools and an ever-changing menu of Scottish items.
Address: 30-31 Albert Place

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Photo: Murray Orr

2. Roy, Fitzrovia, London

Opened in January 2022.

Renowned head chef Padam Raj Roy opened Roy’s doors in early 2022. It serves Japanese cuisine with British influence. Imagine for a second you were transposed into the karmic driven world of Earl, Japan.
Address: 3 Windmill st

3. Goddard and Gibbs, London

Opened in February 2022.

The brand new seafood restaurant Goddard and Gibbs can be found on the same premises as the new Hotel Hundred Shortditch. Here you will find inspiration from the English coastal cities and fishing villages. Under the guidance of Chef Tom Moore, they use British ingredients such as dorset crab, roasted lobster and organi mussels.
Address: 100 Shoredich High St., Shoreditch

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4. Naipa, Notting Hill

Opened in February 2022.

Behind Naipa, the names of famous chefs in Japanese, Scottish and Italian cuisine have been added. Naipah introduces a new concept in a planned Futti landscape led by Misha Jellman, co-founder of Burger and Lobster. Under one roof includes restaurant, grocery store and takeaway. To reduce food wastage, food is provided in biodegradable packaging, but basic ingredients such as meat and vegetables are also provided if you want to cook the food yourself.
Address: 115 Westbourne Grove

5. Acme Fire Culture, Tolston, London

Opening in April 2022

“This is not just a restaurant, it’s a place of worship” – here we are talking about innovative cooking over an open fire. If you go to Acme Fire Cult, you can expect a menu with unique flavors. How about a sauce with beer-marinated chili or char-grilled beets. The menu focuses on seasonal vegetables and locally produced farm meat and sustainable fish.
Address: Abbot St.

6. Ability, London

Opened April 2022

Behind the Abricity that opened its doors this spring is award-winning chef Chandelle Nicholson. The focus here is on small-scale farmers ’ethical seasonal production and cooking without unnecessary waste. It offers both traditional à la carte but also a tasting menu with only local ingredients.
Address: 68 Duke Street, Mayfair

7. Fourteen, London

Opening in April 2022

Hotel La Tours Bar and Restaurant, fourteen panoramic views and elegant layout are guaranteed. Go up to the 14th floor and enjoy the seasonal British menu. It serves food and a rich lunch tea table throughout the day. In addition to a delicious kitchen, the restaurant offers 360-degree views of Bedfordshire and Buckinghamshire.
Address: Four Hundred, Marlborough Gate, Milton Keynes

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8. Cavita, Maryleborne, London

Opening May 2022

Kavita’s dishes are based on the impact of the owner’s childhood in Mexico. Here, the culinary traditions of Oaxacan and coastal Yucatan are mixed with British ingredients. An authentic Mexican menu includes Mexican corn, mol verde and birya tacos cooked in the open fire kitchen. Take the theme one step further and find the Mayahuel bar below the Cavita, which offers a variety of mescal and signature margaritas.
Address: 60 Wickmore Street, Marylebone

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