Every week we round up all the new London restaurant reviews from the top UK critics and add them to our reviews section. This week Fay Maschler's first in the door at Koffmann's, Time Out digs Dishoom and more praise for Trullo and the Old Brewery.
The Old Brewery - overall score 8/10 (no change)
Fiona Hughes - Evening Standard
What did she think? A buzzing atmosphere with perfectly cooked fish.
Trullo - overall score 7.5/10 (no change)
Chris Pople - Cheese & Biscuits
What did he think? Despite the main course arriving too early, the rest of the manu proved it to be an excellent local restaurant.
Jay Rayner - Observer
What did he think? Expertly made and cooked pasta, friendly waiting staff and good prices.
The Paramount - overall score 7.5/10 (no change)
Richard and Peter - Harden's
What did they think? Acceptable food at an acceptable price - matched with an amazing view.
Dishoom - overall score 7.5/10 (up 0.5)
Guy Dimond - Time Out
What did he think? A good interpretation of a Bombay cafe (the reviewer has had personal experience of them) with pau bhaji, keem pau and chilli cheese toast worth having.
The Capital - overall score 6.5/10 (up 0.5)
Timothy Barber - City AM
What did he think? New cook Jerome Ponchelle has kept the kitchen's standards high.
Koffmann's - overall score 6/10 (new entry)
Fay Maschler - Evening Standard
What did she think? Some great dishes on offer, but it still feels like a work in progress that tries too hard to be "rustic".
Cantina Laredo - overall score 5.5/10 (no change)
Tracey MacLeod - Independent
What did she think? The "Gourmet" restaurant delivered some of the worst Mexican food she's ever had.
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