Urbanologie brings you London's best new restaurant openings that emerged since the end of lockdown...
Prolific restaurateurs Chris Corbin and Jeremy King have re-opened their Islington restaurant as a Zedel-inspired brasserie.
One of Belgravia’s most famous buildings has been transformed into a landmark retail and dining destination.
The restaurateur and nightlife impresario Laurent de Gourcuff, has been wining and dining the movers and shakers of Parisian society at his haute hangouts, and has now arrived in London.
Bloomsbury's award-winning restaurant & wine bar have taken over the Gay Hussar, one of London's oldest dining institutions.
Milan's long-running, fine-dining trattoria has opened an outpost in Mayfair...
An all-day, fine dining Gallic-inspired brasserie and wine bar.
An affordable fine-dining restaurant concept, led by Scottish-Italian chef Nico Simeone, continue its run of openings with this London opening.
Following the success of its previous home in Maida Vale, Cha Cha has put down roots in a four-story corner building (with roof terrace) on Golborne Road, in partnership with London-based vintage-inspired clothing label Sister Jane.
A casual neighbourhood Italian restaurant from a former Bancone chef serving simple dishes made with both Italian and UK produce.
A modern take on fine dining - in a shipping container - and championing the best local and Irish produce.
A secret garden and courtyard restaurant in the heart of Chelsea inspired by the English country garden...
A neighbourhood restaurant with a focus on local seasonal ingredients and great wines from two former St. John alumni.
A contemporary yet homely Italian restaurant in Chelsea serving creative interpretations of Italian classics.
Japanese restaurant Taka's second London site in Marylebone, on the former home of Pan-Asian restaurant Providores.
As before, the paired-back modern eatery focuses on produce-led dishes using seasonal dishes, and serve wines from small and independent producers.
Cult Paris-meets-Tokyo fashion brand Maison Kitsune has arrived in London.
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