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152 Tooley St, London SE1 2TU
Critic reviews - total score 8 out of 10

This is a small two storey restaurant with a modern take on traditional Mexican from food husband and wife team Edson and Natalie Diaz-Fuentes. Here you'll find a menu which mixes what you know about Mexican cooking with more unfamiliar dishes.

54-56 Great Eastern St, London EC2A 3QR
Critic reviews - total score 8 out of 10

The Big Mamma group in Paris have had huge hits with their trattorias and now they're in London with Gloria, in a big space in Shoreditch. Expect Italian food in a classic looking space (as well as a hidden 80s-set dining room) and a buzzy vibe.

13-14 Thayer Street, London W1U 3JR
Critic reviews - total score 8 out of 10

Ex Babbo chef Carlo Scotto's first solo venture in Marylebone is a two-tiered affair with a casual ground floor space XR and then a first floor fine dining experience Xier with a set-tasting menu.

25 Heddon Street, London W1B 4BH
Critic reviews - total score 8 out of 10

The classic Moroccan restaurant in Mayfair by Mourad Mazouz has been given a new lease of life with an extensive makeover. The food is French Med with hints of North Africa and there's a cracking bar downstairs from top barman Erik Lorincz.

8 Haymarket, London SW1Y 4BP
Critic reviews - total score 6 out of 10

Fancy a deconstructed shepherd's pie or a masala scotch egg? Then the London outpost of Farzi Cafe is for you. They're already big in India and now the restaurant with its experimental Indian cooking has arrived in London.

120 Morning Lane, London E9 6LH
Critic reviews - total score 8 out of 10

The P Franco team took over the former Legs restaurant on Morning Lane with an all counter dining and drinking space. Expect a yakitori-inspired menu with lots of skewers.

11-17 Stoke Newington Road, London N16 8BH
Critic reviews - total score 8 out of 10

It's taken millions to transform the old Savoy Cinema into a modern arts space and the restaurant is every bit as ambitious with former St John executive chef Chris Gillard running things. Expect a menu of modern British cuisine.

56 Dalston Lane, London E8 3AH
Critic reviews - total score 8 out of 10

This Dalston restaurant has a modern take on Japanese and Italian food. And it also sports a tiny Tokyo-style cocktail bar (which bans mobile phones).

13 Cosmo Pl, London WC1N 3AP
Critic reviews - total score 6 out of 10

The chef behind popular Chinese restaurant Xi'an Impression has opened her first solo restaurant. It features some of the favourites from the original restaurant by Arsenal's Emirates stadium as well as more traditional dishes.

177b Blackstock Road, London N5 2LL
Critic reviews - total score 7 out of 10

Top Cuvee in Highbury sees an ex Dinner by Heston in Melbourne alumni return to London, backed up by a chef from Naughty Piglets. Expect a neighbourhood wine bar with a regularly changing list of both food and wine, as well as cocktails from the people behind Three Sheets.

31 Kensington Park Rd, London W11 2EU
Critic reviews - total score 6 out of 10

Jackson Boxer (also of Brunswick House) took inspiration from the Scottish islands and highlands for this West London seafood restaurant.

Arabica KX, 7 Lewis Cubitt Walk, King's Cross, London N1C 4AD

This all-day restaurant is right next to the Aga Khan Centre in King's Cross and is the latest Levantine restaurant from the same group as the London Bridge outpost. Here they promise very special hummus, the best halal steaks and more.

Unit 3, 4 Pancras Square, Kings Cross, London N1C 4AG

This is London's third Hoppers, the Sri Lankan and South Indian street food-influenced restaurant from the people behind Gymkhana. Its Pancras Square venue in Kings Cross is home to a menu exclusive to that site and has the biggest bar of its venues.

11 Goods Way, Kings Cross, London N1C 4PW

Sushi on Jones started life as a tiny sushi stand in New York and was immediately showered with praise. The latest in that group is this London restaurant with a mere eight seats serving up an omakase sushi experience on the hour every hour.

Passyunk Avenue
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.

19 Bevis Marks, London EC3A 7JA

There's a distinct Spanish flavour to Barullo, the City restaurant from Victor Garvey, the person behind Rambla in Soho. Expect a big focus on paella as well as classic tapas dishes.

14 Handyside St, King’s Cross, London N1C 4DN
Critic reviews - total score 8.5 out of 10

This restaurant comes from the team behind Spiritland - and this is their second King's Cross venue. For food, there's a ground level pizza restaurant and downstairs is the basement late-night licence cocktail bar.

9-10 Waterloo Pl, St. James's, London SW1Y 4BE
Critic reviews - total score 6.5 out of 10

Imperial Treasure restaurants have been winning Michelin stars and more awards across Asia and this is their London base. They are serving up a Chinese fine dining experience in a luxe restaurant - and are famed for their Peking Duck.

209 Westbourne Park Road, London W11 1EA
Critic reviews - total score 8 out of 10

Emily Roux (yes THAT Roux familiy) has joined up with her husband, Diego Ferrari - former Head Chef at Le Gavroche - to run this restaurant that's part French, part Italian in Notting Hill.

188 Stoke Newington High Street, London N16 7JD
Critic reviews - total score 6 out of 10

Moio restaurant on Stoke Newington High Street is a collaboration between a chef and sommelier who previously worked together at Portland restaurant as chef and sommelier. There's a modern European menu with a big focus on matching wines with it.

Brixton Village Market,Granville Arcade, Unit 19 Coldharbour Ln, Brixton, London SW9 8PR

This Taiwanese restaurant moved into Brixton Village Market back in 2018, specialising in BAO and Asian BBQ food. Lots of small and sharing dishes are the vibe here - BBQ chicken wings and Jerusalem artichoke chopsticks with truffle ponzu, and baos aplenty, including tofu and kimchee, pork belly with peanut powder, shitake mushroom with yuzu.

336 Coldharbour Lane, Brixton, SW9 8QH

A totally unique cocktail bar and restaurant, this offers some truly creative and mind-blowing cocktails. A Bloody Mary arrives as a clear drink (they make their own clarified tomato juice), and many others come with a taste-enhancing accompaniment while other drinks are presented with smoke, fizz, or have flashing icecubes. The kitchen has changing residencies, currently Donnelley’s, where you can experience an eclectic range of dishes with influences from all corners of the globe.

3 Atlantic Rd, Brixton, London SW9 8HX

Not so much of a restaurant as a take-out with the option to sit in, this is the flagship premises of the fried chicken chain. Perch on the high stools and watch the bustle of Brixton through the glass arch as you choose from six different burger options, including garlic butter mayo fried chicken with parmesan and pickles. There is a vegan option, and sides include vegan dirty tater tots with “bacon” bits and ranch sauce.

Unit 39, Brixton Village, Coldharbour Ln, Brixton, London SW9 8PS

Okan has three outposts in total, and with two of these in SW9 Brixton folk feel rather spoilt. The locations feel different in atmosphere and serve different dishes, so it's worth checking both out. Head to Brixton Market for Osaka-influenced cooking with sizzling hot plates of teppanyaki, omuyaki soba or okonomiyaki. Round the corner is their Coldharbour Lane site, where the fare is Izakaya style tapas with mum’s ramen and donburi in a calmer setting.

426 Coldharbour Ln, Brixton, London SW9 8LF

Fun, bright, and a bit bonkers, this restaurant is the brainchild of Tim Anderson - the youngest ever winner of Masterchef back in 2011. Nanban means “southern barbarian” and Tim’s cooking style is to mash up Japanese soul food with international flavours from Brixton Market. Ramens all come with a twist, like the lazy goat ramen topped with Scotch bonnet-pickled bamboo shoots. Other dishes include Japanese inspired burgers.

58D Atlantic Rd, Brixton, London SW9 8PY

A hidden gem, and one for dedicated sushi lovers, this 6 seater set up specialises in Yoroppa-Mae style Sushi Omakase. There is no menu, the chef serves up to 18 inventive courses with the freshest fish he can source that day. The chef graduated from Tokyo Sushi Academy and the restaurant focuses on Japanese techniques while also taking influence from his Colombian and Thai heritage. An intimate and unique experience.

17 Electric Ave, Brixton, London SW9 8JP

The character of Brixton comes from the diversity of long-standing independent businesses and Caribbean community, and this Jamaican restaurant offers staple Caribbean food that many locals will queue for. The no-frills site on Electric Avenue cooks up salt fish, callaloo, chicken and beef patties, dumplings and more. They also bake fresh Jamaican hardo bread on site daily and there is seating on two floors if you want to take your time.

Granville Arcade, Brixton Village, Coldharbour Ln, London SW9 8PR

Can’t afford a flight to the Caribbean? Close your eyes, take in the reggae vibes, order a rum Ting and you are halfway to being there at this laid back, well-known corner spot in Brixton Village Market. Food is unfussy, delicious and flavourful with the home made chilli sauces packing a punch. Local owner Brian hails from Trinidad and gives credit to his grandma for inspiring delicious dishes such as codfish fritters, reggae wings slathered in sticky chutney, rotis and a banging jerk chicken.

Brixton Village, Unit 94-95 Coldharbour Ln, Brixton, London SW9 8PR

Well known within the South American community, this Colombian restaurant often has a queue outside its doors. Located on the Coldharbour Lane Village entrance, this simply furnished space offers a cosy setting with a largely meat based menu. Known for substantial portions, often served with a drink and banana on the side, diners can choose their famous hen soup, empanadas, beef in creole sauce or frijoles with rice and fried plantain. The food is traditional, rustic, and reasonably priced.

244 Brixton Rd, London SW9 6AH

A crisp, refreshing beer with an Indian is a fine thing and Booma’s USP is to match its selection of craft beers, ales, stouts and ciders to the dishes you choose on the menu. Think wine pairing but with beers. Booma offers 1/3 and 2/3 pint options so that you aren’t limited to what you can taste and match to your dinner. The staff are super knowledgeable, helping to choose what’s right for you.

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