London's hottest new restaurants - autumn/winter 22/23

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Switch-up your next visit to London with a reservation at one of the capital's hottest new restaurants 
- courtesy of MCC 

Most of us have a few restaurants that we visit time and time again, but discovering a new favorite is always a joy. And there's certainly no shortage of places to eat in London, with new eateries opening almost weekly. 

It's impossible to visit them all, so we've put together a selection of the best new places to try next time you're in town. 

Contact our Bookings service online or via WhatsApp on +966 533 633 607 to make your reservation now! 

Cavita / Mexican restaurant / London

1. Cavita

Heritage Mexican food from chef-patron - and Mexican native - Adriana Cavita whose culinary background includes the highly reputable Pujol in Mexico and Spain’s incomparable El Bulli. There’s a raw bar, a special take on street food, and sharing platters, all in a smart-casual, plant-strewn Mexican-style decor. 
Find out more 
Call: +44 20 3928 1000 
Address: 56-60 Wigmore St, Marylebone, London W1U 2RZ, UK 

Ochre restaurant / London

2. Ochre

Fine-dining restaurant set in a lofty corner of the neoclassical building that houses the National Gallery. Just the spot to refuel in an elegant fashion after viewing art treasures. Serving a contemporary menu from brunch through to dinner - including afternoon tea. 
Find out more 
Call: +44 20 7747 2525 
Address: National Gallery, Trafalgar Square, London WC2N 5DN 

KOYN / Sushi restaurant / London


Elegant, high-end Koyn is housed in the imposing building that was once the US embassy in Grosvenor Square. There’s a sushi restaurant, Midori, on the ground floor and a robata restaurant below. 
Find out more 
Call: +44 20 3535 2000 
Address: 38 Grosvenor Street, Mayfair, W1K 4QA 

Mount St Restaurant / London

4. Mount St. Restaurant

Set on the first floor of what was once a five-storey Victorian pub and is now being reinvented as The Audley, with a smart pub on the ground floor, Mount St offers high-end modern British cuisine in an elegant setting with an emphasis on art. 
Find out more 
Call: +44 20 3840 9860 
Address: First Floor 41-43 Mount Street, Mayfair, London W1K 2RX 

Apricity restaurant / London

5. Apricity

Sustainability meets top-notch cuisine in Mayfair in a pared-back restaurant with new and totally sustainable decor and food responsibly sourced from known farms and from foraging. Innovative and interesting menu. 
Find out more 
Call: +44 20 8017 2780 
Address: 68 Duke Street, Mayfair, London, W1K 6JU 

Bibi restaurant / London

6. Bibi

With a mention in the Michelin Guide, Bibi is fast becoming a must-visit restaurant, serving modern Indian cuisine, particularly chaat and grills, from all over the continent. Sit at the counter or at tables. 
Find out more 
Call: +44 20 3780 7310 
Address: 42 North Audley Street, Mayfair, London W1K 6ZP 

ACME Fire Cult / Restaurant / London

7. ACME Fire Cult

Live-fire cooking from innovative chefs Andrew Clarke and Daniel Watkins, means a menu full of interest with vegetables to the fore, paired with grilled meats and fish. A collaboration with Dalston’s 40FT brewery means that special beers are on offer, but the by-products of the beer-making are all used to make sauces and marinades. Eat in the main restaurant or outside on the rustic terrace where the wood fire is.
Find out more 
Address: The Bootyard, Abbot Street, Dalston, London E8 3DP 

Madhu's Brasserie / Indian restaurant / Richmond

8. Madhu’s Brasserie, Richmond

Located in Richmond (there’s another branch in Harvey Nichols in Knightsbridge) this Indian brasserie-style restaurant serves a smart, tasty menu with plenty of veggie options. 
Find out more 
Call: +44 20 7259 4423 
Address: 106 Sheen Road, Richmond, TW9 1UR. 

Yeni / Restaurant / London

9. Yeni, Soho

With a mention in the Michelin Guide, this Turkish restaurant just off Carnaby Street, sister to similarly applauded Yeni Lokanta in Istanbul, offers a daily changing menu of flavourful  sharing plates; with dishes cooked over oak in a Josper oven. 
Find out more 
Call: +44 20 3475 1903 
Address: 55 Beak Street, Soho, London, W1F 9SH 

Dai Chi / Restaurant / London

10. Dai Chi

Like its sister restaurant Angelina in Dalston - mentioned in the Michelin Guide - Dai Chi offers an unusual fusion concept of Japanese dishes with other cuisines. In Angelina it’s Italian. In Dai Chi there are American and South American influences, but it’s still Japanese food in a minimalist contemporary setting. 
Find out more 
Call: +44 20 3771 7432 
Address: 16A D'Arblay St, Soho, London W1F 8EA 

Fallow / Restaurant / London

11. Fallow, St James

With a mention in the Michelin Guide, Fallow offers modern British cooking from an open kitchen , with sustainability and plant-based dishes at the core, although there are plenty of meat dishes to try as well. 
Find out more 
Call:+44 20 8017 1788 
Address: 2 St James’s Market, Mayfair, London, SW1Y 4RP 

Ekstedt at The Yard / Restaurant / London

12. Ekstedt At The Yard

Michelin-starred chef Niklas Ekstedt has opened his first restaurant outside Sweden in the five-star Great Scotland Yard Hotel, offering a Scandinavian menu with open-fire cooking and many Nordic touches. 
Find out more 
Call: +44 20 7925 4749 
Address: 3-5 Great Scotland Yard, Charing Cross, London, SW1A 2HN 

CORD by Le Cordon Bleu / Restaurant / London

13. CORD by Le Cordon Bleu

This is the first fine-dining restaurant in London by the well-known culinary institute, and the historic Lutyens building also houses a café, cooking school and an event space. The top-notch kitchen brigade incorporates graduates from the school. 
Find out more 
Call: +44 20 3143 6365 
Address: 85 Fleet Street, City, London EC4Y 1AE 

Ikoyi / Restaurant / London

14. Ikoyi

With no fewer than two Michelin stars and a stellar reputation, this restaurant is not strictly new, but made the 2022 list of top 50 restaurants in the world. Its cuisine is not easy to pigeonhole but it draws heavily on West African spices. 
Find out more 
Call: +44 20 3583 4660 
Address: 1 St James's Market, St James’s, London, SW1Y 4AH


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