8/7/20 - updated with the opening date
The lockdown obviously paused many plans to open new restaurants in London and we're still to really see the impact on those places that are currently planning to open in the summer. But some restaurants have managed to open over the past
KIBOUSushi in Cheltenham have won many accolades for their Japanese cuisine and now they’re bringing an 80-cover restaurant to London’s Battersea, which not only includes their trademark authentic ramen but will come with a standalone whisky and cocktail bar for connoisseurs of Japanese spirits and beers.
We take a look at the restaurants and cafes still delivering in neighbouring areas Clapham, Brixton and Battersea.
In recent years, crazy golf has somehow become a big thing in London - and it's usually backed up with decent food and drink too.
That certainly seems to be the case with Birdies, opening in Battersea Power Station, which has ex Gilgamesh and House of Ho chef Ian Pengelley in charge of the food. His restaurant there will be Taco Yaki. As you might be able to gather from the name, that's a fusion of Asian and Latin American food.
In practice, that means
In a move that's bound to make folk like Aldo Zilli need a long sit down, pizzeria Manifesto in Battersea is bringing in Atul Kocchar for their next guest chef pizza.
Atul’s Chicken Tikka Pizza will feature his spicy karahi sauce, chicken tikka, red, green and yellow peppers and fresh coriander.
Manifesto’s founder Vittorio Maschio says he's "thrilled with Atul’s take... he’s an amazing chef, an icon of Indian food in the UK, and it was an honour to have
The development over at Battersea Power Station has added a fair few new and interesting restaurants to the area - and now they're getting a regular Saturday food market too. It comes from the people behind Real Food Festivals, who also look after the market in front of King's Cross and the nearby weekly Canopy
An Irish-influenced menu will be on offer at the ground floor at Robin Gill's next restaurant Darby’s – and also at the development’s incredible Sky Pool 10 stories up.
Opening up right next door to Franco Manca, the burger chain that brought you the Dead Hippie and introduced Londoners to the delights of the Jagermiester ripple ice-cream is bringing its burgers to South London.
Marking the 30th anniversary of Brindisa, the latest outpost will be part of the Battersea Power Station development. Aside from the spectacular setting and views, we can expect the usual impeccably sourced Spanish produce, plus a dedicated cheese and charcuterie bar.
Battersea Power Station's gradual transformation into a nightlife hub continues with the arrival of a Cinnamon Kitchen from the Cinnamon Collection. Head down for laid-back Indian food and drink within the building's iconic arches, and try to nab one of their covetable outdoor Thameside seats.
A new pizzeria is coming to Clapham with a creative list of toppings, starter plates, and cocktails - including a smoked chocolate Manhattan…
A five-star luxury hotel makes the leap to London for its first overseas restaurant, with street food downstairs, upmarket dining upstairs, and lots of art - including a giant, 14ft bronze elephant.
Battersea favourite Powder Keg Diplomacy is being reborn as POWDERKEG. And with the new look and name they're also getting former Opera Tavern chef Ben Mulock in the kitchen for some Spanish/Italian grill dishes.
It's all go at Battersea Power Station as this neighbourhood bar with an industrial feel (echoing the station) opens its doors.
Italian meets Danish with the arrival of Mother to Battersea. Best known in its native Denmark, this is their first spot out of that country and they'll have a big outdoor space too.
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