Simon Rogan's Roganic returns to the same street as the original, but this time as a permanent fixture. Expect regularly changing seasonal dishes.
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.
South East Asia's beloved The Greyhound Cafe springs up in London with a menu packed with modern Thai-style cooking imported all the way from Bangkok.
This Granary Square opening (taking the space from Grain Store) is from the team behind the Ivy Collection is aiming to cater for everyone. Expect a sinilar style to their Ivy Cafes.
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.
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.
They've been popping up around town for the past few years, but now shellfish specialists Claw have found their own spot. Expect lots of crab and plenty of surf and turf options too.
Adam Handling has brought his Frog concept from Spitalfields to Covent Garden. Expect a bigger, more traditional restaurant and some dishes unique to this location.
Martha Ortiz has won plaudits for Mexico City's Dulce Patria and now she's arrived at the InterContinental Park Lane, joining Theo Randall as the hotel's second restaurant. Expect high-end Mexican food.
One of Soho's most popular restaurants is getting a sibling as Hoppers comes to Marylebone. There's a big focus on hoppers and sosas but expect this second place to be much larger than the first and with new dishes too.
This Tufnell Park vegetarian spot promises interesting dishes that just happen not to feature meat. And the drinks background of the owners suggests a bar offering that'll be exceptional.
Owner Neil Gill originally opened Season Kitchen in Finsbury Park and has followed that up with Gilly's. Expect Anglo-Japanese food, like tempura fish, sausage and aubergine, plus donburi and pickles. Plus, a healthy selection of rather fun-sounding cocktails, including a punch made with Irn Bru.
The team behind Gunpowder and Madame D expand with their third restaurant exploring the breadth of Indian cooking.
Colin Tu has branched out from his North and East London Salvation in Noodles restaurants with a new Vietnamese restaurant in Notting Hill.
After a successful first opening in her home country, Bahraini chef Roaya have opened here in London. Step in for a breakfast flatbread with homemade yoghurt in their terracotta-lined courtyard, try a plum cocktail on the al fresco terrace or order far too much from their Mezzeh sharing plates menu.
Head upstairs for oysters at the seafood bar, downstairs for the Tasting Room, or pick up some delicacies from the special ?walk-in cheese room? to take home with you at La Fromagerie Bloomsbury.
This is a venture from Victor Garvey, the person behind Encant (and previously Bravas Tapas). Expect a Spanish menu focusing on Catalan cuisine, right in the heart of Soho.
Pied a Terre's GM heads out on his own with this neighbourhood spot where it's all about ultra personal treatment and giving the customer what they really want. Expect classic French food.
This is the latest Camino, offering up a mix of Spanish tapas, a bar and more.
Breddos is seen as many as being king of the London taco scene. This is double the size of the original restaurant, with a breakfast menu, a downstairs bar and lots more new dishes.
Popular east London spot Rochelle Canteen from Margot Henderson and Melanie Arnold is going all central. Expect similar style food, which looks deceptively simple but which showcases thoroughly excellent cooking.
Drawing on London inspiration from Borough Market, and not-so-local inspiration, The Pilgrm will be catering to the Paddington crowd with menus they're billing as ?journeys in themselves?, plus internationally acclaimed cocktails and a special late night menu laden with comfort food.
This Caravan is part of Bloomberg Arcade, and it's bringing new dishes and a brand new brunch menu along with it.
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.
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.
?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.
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.
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.
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.
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.