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Passyunk Avenue
Soho, Fitzrovia, Covent Garden
80 Cleveland St, Fitzrovia, London W1T 6NE
Critic reviews - total score 8 out of 10

From humble beginnings as a Spitalfields food truck to a full blown sandwich restaurant and dive bar in Fitzrovia, Passyunk Avenue is now in bricks-and-mortar form, plying Londoners with cheesesteaks, meatball sandwiches and more.

dab
Westminster, Strand, Victoria
17 - 21 Elizabeth St, Belgravia, London SW1W 9RP

Ansel is best known as the inventor of the cronut - which caused huge queues at the original New York location. This is his first London bakery and yes, there are plenty of cronuts on offer. But there's much more besides, serving up some of the most unique cakes, pastries and sweets in town.

ned
The City
27 Poultry, London EC2R 8AJ

The Ned is both an impressive City hotel as well as a collection of restaurants. Soho House took over an impressive (and huge) old banking site and stuffed it with places to eat. There are ten restaurants to choose from and while some City restaurants get quiet at the weekends - this is buzzy at all times.

Red Rooster Shoreditch
Shoreditch, Clerkenwell
45 Curtain Road, London EC2A 3PT
Critic reviews - total score 8 out of 10

Marcus Samuelsson's New York restaurant is hugely popular, and it's arrived at the Curtain Hotel in Shoreditch. The legendary yardbird fried chicken and Helga's meatballs are making it over here too.

Plaquemine Lock
North London
139 Graham Street, Angel, Islington, N1 8LB
Critic reviews - total score 8 out of 10

After gaining a reputation for cooking Italian in the much-loved Bocca di Lupo, Jacob Kenedy returned to his US roots with a wonderful Cajun and Creole menu at his Lousiana-themed Plaquemine Lock on Regent’s Canal. If you fancy some deep-south cooking in London, there's little better available.

Temper Soho
Soho, Fitzrovia, Covent Garden
25 Broadwick St, Soho, London W1F
Critic reviews - total score 8 out of 10

This is the first of Neil Rankin's Temper restaurants, taking over a huge basement spot in Soho. The room is dominated by a central kitchen where all the smoking happens. From that you can expect tacos, meat piled onto freshly baked flatbread and a lot of mezcal.

Smokestak
Shoreditch, Clerkenwell
35 Sclater St, London E1 6LB
Critic reviews - total score 8 out of 10

Given their popularity as a street food vendor - you could hardly miss the queues for their brisket buns - it was only a matter of time before David Carter moved the enterprise into a permanent spot. And this smoky, steampunk room in Shoreditch revealed that there was real innovation and creativity behind the macho 'cue look. While their brisket and pickled chilli bun is never coming off the menu, there are also some gorgeous dishes for vegetarians.

Pitt Cue
The City
1 The Avenue, Devonshire Square, EC2
Critic reviews - total score 8 out of 10

The original BBQ boys, Pitt Cue Co, outgrew their Soho spot and relocated to much bigger premises in the City. And the menu has taken something of a shift too, with much of the meat sourced from pigs at Coombeshead Farm (and their amazing bread too). Choose from a wide selection of meat cuts, plus the bone marrow mash is unmissable.

Bad Egg
The City
Unit 1b, City Point, 1 Ropemaker St, London EC2Y 9AW

Originally created by Neil Rankin this bar/restaurant serves egg dishes every which way it can (but not desserts). Expect burgers, hash, tacos and more.

Hotbox
The City
46 Commercial Street, London E1 6LT
Critic reviews - total score 6 out of 10

This popular street food spot has a permanent home with short ribs, wagyu brisket, tacos, smoked mac n' cheese and more on the menu. Plus there's another bar downstairs, 46 and Mercy, serving cocktails.

The Colony Grill Room at the Beaumont
Mayfair, Belgravia
8 Balderton Street, Brown Hart Gardens W1K 6TF
Critic reviews - total score 7.5 out of 10

Formerly owned by Corbin and King this is the restaurant of The Beaumont - The Colony Grill Room. The hotel is redolent of the era of Grand Hotel grill rooms.

Sea Containers
South Bank, London Bridge, Bermondsey
20 Upper Ground, London SE1 9PD
Critic reviews - total score 6.5 out of 10

The Mondrian Hotel on the South Bank takes over the Sea Containers building and has a riverside bar and brasserie, as well as a rooftop lounge. Seamus Mullen of New York's highly rated Tertulia is in charge of the restaurant while Ryan Chetiyawardana (AKA Mr. Lyan) is looking after the cocktail bar.

Bobo Social
Soho, Fitzrovia, Covent Garden
95 Charlotte Street, London, W1T 4PZ
Critic reviews - total score 7 out of 10

This aims to do for burgers what the nearby Bubbledogs did for hot dogs. Expect Wagyu and foie gras on the menu.

Sager and Wilde Paradise Row
East London
250 Paradise Row, London E2 9LE
Critic reviews - total score 8 out of 10

Sager & Wilde's Mission has New Californian wines very much as the focus of the new venue. There are also (mini) classic American cocktails and a greater emphasis on food than their previous venue with James De Jong (previously at Islington's The Drapers Arms) in charge of a Californian influenced menu.

Beast
Marylebone
3 Chapel Place, London W1G 0BG
Critic reviews - total score 6.5 out of 10

Goodman, the people behind the incredibly successful Burger and Lobster have opened this restaurant which is focused purely around steak and king crab. Expect communal tables, sides, a big wine list and a limited spirit list too.

Stax Diner
Soho, Fitzrovia, Covent Garden
1st Floor, 1.7 Kingly Court, London W1B 5PW
Critic reviews - total score 6 out of 10

This all day diner will offer all the things that were a hit at Bea's Diner in Maltby Street - including Bea's new signature ‘Onion Blossom’ - a large onion which is cut to resemble a flower, battered in special spices and deep-fried.

Patty & Bun Liverpool Street
The City
22/23 Liverpool Street, London EC2M 7PD
Critic reviews - total score 6 out of 10

Of all the burger joints in London, the one that often gets rated the highest is Patty & Bun. So the coming of their second location is a big thing indeed - particularly as it'll be offering takeaway too.

Chiltern Firehouse
Marylebone
1 Chiltern Street, Marylebone, London W1U 7PA
Critic reviews - total score 8 out of 10

Andre Balazs boutique London hotel (he also runs hip hotels The Standard and The Mercer in NYC) has been a hit ever since it opened. Partnering with Nuno Mendes on the launch, the restaurant attracts both celebrities and foodies alike. Grab a seat at the counter and try not to look at who's on the prime private table next door.

smokehousenew
North London
63–69 Canonbury Rd, Islington, London N1 2DG
Critic reviews - total score 7.5 out of 10

Originally the home of Neil Rankin, both he and the restaurant have moved on, although the emphasis on smoking and BBQ remains. Alongside the food expect plenty of rotating beers and the outside garden is a surprise oasis just off a busy Islington road.

Dirty Bones
Chelsea, Kensington, Knightsbridge
20 Kensington Church Street, London W8 4EP
Critic reviews - total score 6.5 out of 10

By day, this restaurant will look for the world to be a basic hot dog kiosk serving up one classic Yankee dog (served with yellow mustard, red ketchup and spring onions). At night a hidden door to the restaurant downstairs is opened, where they'll be serving up an extended hot dog list and also the 'bones' part of the menu (Boston ribeye steak and more) plus what looks to be a great cocktail list.

Jackson & Rye
Soho, Fitzrovia, Covent Garden
56 Wardour Street, London W1D 4JG
Critic reviews - total score 6 out of 10

Jackson + Rye is from the people behind Grillshack and offers all day informal menu from breakfast until 'late' - running to midnight on Friday and Saturday. The vibe is very much East Coast America with menus inspired by that part of the world.

Chop Shop
Mayfair, Belgravia
66 Haymarket, London SW1Y 4RF
Critic reviews - total score 6 out of 10

This restaurant is from the people behind NYC's Ai Fiori and London's 101 Pimlico Road. It's a casual restaurant and is aiming for a neighbourhood vibe, despite its very West End location. The menu is divided into sections called "jars", "planks" and "crocks". Alongside this, there will be "steaks and chops" and the Chop Shop short rib steak sandwich as well as their special burger.

STK London
Westminster, Strand, Victoria
ME by Melia Hotel, 336-337 The Strand, WC2R 1HA
Critic reviews - total score 4.5 out of 10

This new hotel designed by (Norman) Foster + Partners takes over the old BBC Marconi building. As well as a rooftop bar offering great views of London, it's the first non-US outpost of New York steakhouse STK, which has taken over the ground floor restaurant. STK aims to be a more "female friendly" steakhouse, with an emphasis on lighter meals.

Jamie Oliver's Diner
Soho, Fitzrovia, Covent Garden
23a Shaftesbury Avenue, London, W1D 7EF
Critic reviews - total score 4 out of 10

This restaurant sees Jamie get into the burgers and hot dogs business with a restaurant perhaps more aimed at kids than many of the burger joints in Soho. It's billed as a pop-up, but it should be in place for about three years.

MASH London
Mayfair, Belgravia
77 Brewer Street, London W1F 9ZN
Critic reviews - total score 7 out of 10

Taking over the old site of Titanic is this Modern American SteakHouse which hails from Denmark. The original is in Copenhagen and should offer an American steakhouse with "a twist of Danish informal eating and drinking". The menu offers the usual wide range of steaks while veal sweetbreads, foie gras terrine and salmon ceviche standing out among the starters.

Electric Diner
West London
191 Portobello Road, London, W11 2ED
Critic reviews - total score 7 out of 10

Soho House's Notting Hill outfit consists of an Electric House members club, a fancy Electric Cinema (London’s oldest cinema) and the Electric Diner. The Diner's all day menu features steaks, sandwiches, all-day breakfasts and much more comfort food.

MEATmission
East London
14-15 Hoxton Market, London N1 6HG
Critic reviews - total score 8.5 out of 10

This is the next from MEATliquor, the place that all other burger joints and dirty food providers look up to. This new location has taken over an old Christian mission - hence the name - and has put its stamp on the building with a spectacular stained glass roof. It'll also accept reservations, although the times are very limited (but there is no table turning). Expect burgers, wings, hot dogs and "trash plates".

Patty and Bun
Marylebone
54 James St, London W1U 1HE
Critic reviews - total score 9 out of 10

They've been one of the kings of pop-ups and residencies and have a great following. Now Patty & Bun are going permanent with a restaurant just off Oxford Street, very near both Tommi's and MEATliquor. Expect a 'short, focused and affordable menu using the best of British ingredients wherever possible' with eccentrically-titled numbers such as the 'Ari Gold' cheeseburger and 'Jose jose' chilli burger popular at previous pop-up events.

Honest Burgers Soho
Soho, Fitzrovia, Covent Garden
4 Meard Street, London W1F 0EF
Critic reviews - total score 6.5 out of 10

Honest Burgers were one of the first to help kick off the current burger craze with their home in Brixton Market. Now they've opened their second restaurant right in the heart of Soho with a burgers, beer and wine offering.

Burger & Lobster Farringdon
Shoreditch, Clerkenwell
40 St John's Street, Smithfield, London EC1M 4AY
Critic reviews - total score 8 out of 10

It's the venue that B&L bought from Bistro Du Vin serving the same lobster, lobster roll or burger and chips that's doing so well elsewhere.

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