From the team behind Camden's KOKO, new Nikkei haven MOMMI arrives on Clapham High Street in style.
Big steaks, home-cured meats and a big (and we mean big) New-World wine list are on the menu at New York import Smith & Wollensky.
The Denmark-based Japanese fusion restaurant group's fourth London location. As the name suggests, it serves up yakitori skewers (the sticks) with hand-crafted sushi (the, er, sushi).
Hawksmoor's more accessible cousin opens its second outpost in Stoke Newington. High-end food and drink with a neighbourhood feel.
Taking residence at the buzzy new Hoxton Hotel in Holborn, H&B could just as well stand for hustle and bustle. Get ready for a whole lot of meat, prepared simply and cooked exquisitely.
21 Grosvenor Gardens, SW1 0JW; kouzu.co.ukNearest Tube: VictoriaWHAT'S THE DRAW: Zuma's Kyoichi Kai brings his brand of authentic but modern sushi and barbecue,
We take a trip to Pachamama, a Peruvian-inspired British restaurant hidden underneath Thayer Street
That bit more accessible than its Michelin-starred cousin, LIMA's new Covent Garden restaurant serves executive chef Virgilio Martinez's signature brand of modern Peruvian.
Described as "Memphis, Tennessee meets farm-to-grill meets Camden Town", Q Grill is the latest American style cookhouse to challenge Stables Market as Camden's
Appealing to discerning foodies while staying cool enough for the East London crowd is no easy feat, but on first impression Rotorino, on Hackney's Kingsland Ro