The latest and greatest new restaurant openings in London.

Whether you fancy a Great British pie, are hankering for a burger or just want something simple with great, seasonal ingredients, these are the places to look out for this April.

 

PIEBURY CORNER, KING’S CROSS N1

PIEBURY CORNER, KING’S CROSS N1 - London's Best New Restaurants

London’s newest pie and mash shop is by famed pie sellers Piebury Corner. Expect some of the best pies in town, with mash and craft beer too.

 

PATTY & BUN, NOTTING HILL W11

PATTY & BUN, NOTTING HILL W11 - London's Best New Restaurants

There are plenty of Patty & Bun outposts across London now, but this is the first one in West London. Head here for great burgers and drinks at the bar.

 

STOKE HOUSE, VICTORIA SW1

STOKE HOUSE, VICTORIA SW1 - London's Best New Restaurants

Part of the new Nova Victoria development, Stoke House is an upmarket carvery, serving meat cooked in a wood fire smoker. There’s even an in-house salad wall.

 

TAMARIND KITCHEN, SOHO W1

TAMARIND KITCHEN, SOHO W1 - London's Best New Restaurants

The sister restaurant to Tamarind Mayfair, this is the place to go for goshts, currys and koftas galore, as well as tandoor-cooked game dishes.

 

MEATLIQUOR, KING’S CROSS N1

MEATLIQUOR, KING’S CROSS N1 - London's Best New Restaurants

The latest MEATliquor serves the usual popular selection of burgers, cocktails and hard shakes.

 

PARLEZ, BROCKLEY SE4

PARLEZ, BROCKLEY SE4 - London's Best New Restaurants

A neighbourhood restaurant with neighbourhood food, Parlez will serve simple, affordable food from brunch to dinner.

 

 

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