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Petit Bistro
Victory House Hotel, 14 Leicester Place, London WC2H 7BZ

The folk behind Randall and Aubin are behind this bistro on Leicester Square, covering all the French-inspired bases a visitor to Central could need, from pancakes to fish and chips and steak.

Granary Square Brasserie
Granary Square, 1-3 Stable Street, King?s Cross, London N1C 4AB

Granary Square Brasserie took over the prime space on the square from Grain Store. It's essentially one of the group's Ivy Cafe's under a different name, so expect a similar style to those - that's mid-range brasserie food in an opulent setting.

Wright Brothers Battersea
Unit 26, Circus West Village, Battersea Power Station, 188 Kirtling Street, London, SW11 8EZ

Wright Brothers have some very highly rated seafood restaurants dotted across town and this is their outpost in the area around the iconic Battersea Power Station.

Bistro Mirey
98 Lillie Road, London SW6 7SR

After a stint roving around London, Gerald and Ko of Bistro?s Mirey have decided to settle in Fulham, where they?ll be continuing to whip up seasonal dishes from a short menu that's big on French and Japanese flavours.

Claw
21 Kingly St, Soho, London W1B 5QA

Following years of popups, this is shellfish specialists Claw's first permanent spot where they serve up lots of crab (obvs) and plenty of surf and turf options too.

bokan
40 Marsh Wall, Isle of Dogs, London E14 9TP

This bar and restaurant is at the top of the Novotel Canary Wharf - with the restaurants on 37, bar on 38 and terrace on 39. In charge of the food is Aurélie Altemaire, who was previously at L'Aterier de Joel Robuchon, so expect influences from his cuisine in the menu.

aviary
Royal London House, 10th Floor Montcalm, 22-25 Finsbury Square, London EC2A 1DX

On the edge of Finsbury Square, this has a view overlooking the square - albeit mainly from the terrace and bar at the front of the hotel - with some excellent views from the private terraces one floor down, which are highly covetable. In winter, there are bookable igloos too while the menu is a modern European affair with a very strong weekend lunch.

hawkknight
3 Yeoman's Row, Chelsea, London SW3 2AL
Critic reviews - total score 8 out of 10

Hawksmoor has grown considerably since they first started in Spitalfields - reaching here in Knightsbridge and beyond. At the subterranean Knightsbridge location, you can get all the best steaks and cocktails that they're known for - and some great seafood dishes too.

Roganic
5-7 Blandford St, Marylebone, London W1U 3DB
Critic reviews - total score out of 10
Michelin star 1 Michelin star

Simon Rogan's Roganic originally came to town as a long-term experimental pop-up. Now it's back as a permanent restaurant and Rogan's London home (not too far from the original location). Expect regularly changing inventive seasonal dishes, many using ingredients from Rogan's main base, L'enclume.

Pastaio
19 Ganton St, Soho, London W1F 7BN
Critic reviews - total score 8 out of 10

Pastaio is Italian for someone who makes pasta by hand - something you'll see plenty of in this venture by Stevie Parle (Dock Kitchen, Rotorino, Palatino, Craft) in Soho. Fast, casual and good value - particularly for this area - the pasta is super and the Prosecco slushies a must.

Passo
80 City Road, London EC1Y 2AS
Critic reviews - total score 8 out of 10

The team behind Foleys and the Rum Kitchen have come to Old Street with a pretty sizeable new restaurant, serving Italian-via-LA cuisine from 7am to midnight all week long.

pique
Tanner Street Park, London SE1 3LD
Critic reviews - total score 8 out of 10

This Bermondsey restaurant comes from Hervé Durochat, the man behind another restaurant in Bermondsey, the ever popular Casse Croute. Here alongside a small selection of French dishes, the star attraction is the chicken - or the Poulet de Bresse to be precise.

Duddell's
9a St Thomas Street, Southwark, London SE1 9RY
Critic reviews - total score 8 out of 10

Originating in Hong Kong where it's hugely popular, the London branch opened in a quite beautiful Grade II listed building right next door to London Bridge station. Serving up high-end Chinese food as well as a weekend dim sum lunch menu, the cocktail list is also very good here.

Londrino
36 Snowsfields Yard, London SE1 3QQ
Critic reviews - total score 8 out of 10

Leandro Carreira first solo restaurant is to be found in a very pared-back space just behind London Bridge with a menu that calls back to his Portuguese roots. The table spacing makes it a particularly good spot for business lunches and the bar area has its own food menu.

Koya City
10-12 Bloomberg Arcade, London, EC4N 8AR
Critic reviews - total score 6 out of 10

koya has been a Soho institution and this was its first expansion outside that area, with a larger location and with the same udon noodles and more that made the original such a big hit.

Good Egg Soho
Unit G9, Kingly Court, Carnaby St, Carnaby, W1B 5PW

The Good Egg have expanded from their Stoke Newington original location to this cenrtal London spot in Carnaby Court. Expect some of the best babka in town, great brunches and more.

Linden Stores
220 St Pauls Road London N1 2LL

Linden Stores now rests in the spot that once held the original Prawn on the Lawn. There's a wine shop upstairs as well as a restaurant in the basement. Expect a regular changing small plates menu and some great value wines alongside it.

Dishoom Kensington
The Barkers Building, Derry Street,London W8 5HR

Already a huge success wherever they open, this sees Dishoom opening in Kensington. Expect a large array of Indian small plates and expect a queue to get in at peak times.

Del 74 Dalston
129 Kingsland High street, London. E8 2PB

Since opening in Clapton, this trendy little taqueria has enjoyed a pretty meteoric rise in popularity, so it was only a matter of time before the Del 74 lads branched out. The new Dalston restaurant will provide all the dishes you know and love, plus an extended menu and mezcal bottles for sharing (or shooting) with the rest of the table....

Butchies
22 Rivington Street, Shoreditch, London, EC2A 3DY

Award-winning chicken trader completes the move from street food to permanent spot with the opening of their first place in Shoreditch.

Hovarda
36-40 Rupert St, London, W1D 6DR

The people behind Marylebone's Yosma have opened this more central restaurant. This time it's focused on Greek and Turkish food with seafood and grilled dishes on the menu.

Bombay Bustle
29 Maddox St, Mayfair, London W1S 2PA

This is a restaurant from Jamavar chef Rohit Ghai. Inspired by the street food of Mumbai, the new restaurant offers lunchtime tiffins, with a menu and is packed full of exciting, seasonal ingredients we've never heard of, cooked by someone who definitely knows what he's doing.

Rascals
97 Curtain Rd, London EC2A 3BS

We're not sure which bit of Rascals to tell you about first. There's the waterproof room, the bottomless pizza, or the Wheel of Misfortune with wooden stocks for the "losers"... plus creative cocktails, a mad menu and more for all your tableside flamb-ing needs.

Fiume
Sopwith Way, Circus West Village, Battersea Power Station, London SW8 5BN

This is the third restaurant that Italian chef Francesco Mazzei has collaborated on with D&D. This sees him setting up in the revamped Battersea Power station, serving Italian cuisine.

Pufferfish
2A Kensington High Street, London W8 4PT

Central London's legendary nightclub Mahiki is getting a sister venue in Kensington, with a Polynesian-themed restaurant inside called Pufferfish. Its tableside-seared salmon, champagne-topped treasure chests and tropical cocktails should reel in the celebs like its Mayfair branch.

Southam Street
36 Golborne Rd, London W10 5PR

With the success of 108 Garage behind them, the same team have opened Southam Street. This is a three storey place taking in a grill, raw bar and an upstairs mezcal bar too.

Cub
153 Hoxton St, London N1 6PJ

?We want to keep pushing boundaries,? said Mr Lyan about his concept bar and restaurant. No problem there then - his new restaurant uses very (and we do mean *very*) creative ingredients in a special all-in-one kitchen and bar, reducing waste and keeping guests on their toes. Expect ambergris, Japanese knotweed and smoked compost carrot on the weekly changing menu.

Flour and Grape
214 Bermondsey St, London SE1 3TQ

There are just eight pastas on the menu at Flour & Grape, who aim to create a beautifully pared back selection of Italian antipasti, pasta and gelato. They promise very reasonable prices, pasta to go and a very healthy (and affordable) wine list.

Smoking Goat Shoreditch
64 Shoreditch High St, London E1 6JJ
Critic reviews - total score 6 out of 10

The first Smoking Goat in Soho, and the follow up Kiln have both been huge hits. And this bigger Smoking Goat in Shoreditch is following that trend. Expect a canteen-style atmosphere, Thai dishes that change depending on produce and a lot of Thai BBQ too.

Bleecker Bloomberg
16 Bloomberg Arcade, London EC4N 8AR

Selling some of the best burgers in town, Bleecker have unleashed their burger restaurant on the shiny new Bloomberg Arcade. With more seats than ever before but the same great burgers.

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