The best new London restaurants for May 2017

Summer is on its way, so enjoy the warmer weather with a trip to one of London’s best new restaurant openings. Here’s where to head this May.

 

The best new London restaurants for May 2017

 

GIANT ROBOT, CANARY WHARF E14

New street food market Giant Robot opened its doors mid-April and is now serving up some of London’s finest street food on a Canary Wharf rooftop. The line-up includes famous vendors like Yum Bun, BOB’s Lobster and a new tapas and sherry bar, Little José.

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YOLK, BROADGATE EC2

Yolk started as a longing for the perfect Eggs Benedict. Dozens of versions later, Yolk thinks they have it. Now, Yolk bring the same obsessive approach to everything we do, applying culinary science, love for tradition & our own greedy imaginations to create food of which we’re truly proud.

Yolk, Broadgate EC2 | The May Restaurant List New London Restaurants | Create

 

 

CURVEBALL, BALHAM SW12

This Balham restaurant will only be serving food which is ball shaped. And cocktails.

 

 

FLORENTINE, LAMBETH SE1

A new all-day restaurant opposite Lambeth North station, Florentine focuses on a best of British menu.

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CLAUDE BOSI AT BIBENDUM, CHELSEA SW3

 

Bibendum is reopening this month, with a more casual downstairs restaurant replacing the existing oyster and seafood bar.

Claude Bosi at Bibendum | The May Restaurant List New London Restaurants | Create

 

JUDGE & JURY, SHOREDITCH EC1

This new fine dining restaurant is based in the Courthouse Hotel, Shoreditch. Once used as the Old Magistrate’s Court, the building used to house the Kray Twins. Now it’s a refined restaurant with a British menu.

 

THE REFINERY NEW STREET SQUARE, EC4

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Conveniently located between Fleet Street and Chancery Lane, but nestled away in the peaceful New Street Square, The Refinery offers the perfect escape from the bustling city. With high ceilings and floor-to-ceiling windows, the space is flooded with light and offers a cosy al fresco terrace to boot.

 

XU, SOHO W1

The team behind the hugely popular Bao restaurant are opening their third London spot, serving upmarket Taiwanese food.

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What do you think London’s best new restaurants are? Did you spot any new restaurants we missed? Tweet @createfood and let us know!