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A Sichuan restaurant in King’s Cross.
A rustic French brasserie in Brook Green.
A cool vegan non-profit diner in Hoxton.
A neighbourhood restaurant from Emily Roux and Le Gavroche chef Diego Ferrari.
A second outing for the Indian small-plates restaurant.
A branch of the tapas restaurant at Coal Drops Yard.
A new branch of the chophouse in Shoreditch
A second location fror the Eastern Med brasserie.
The first permanent eatery from the street food supremos.
A Filipino small plates joint in Hoxton.
In amongst brook Green’s small eateries and huge pubs sits Le Petit Citron, a vibrant wedge of rural south-west France. Inside, the look is understated, very French: right down to the large windowed frontage and, on closer inspection, probably expensive, distressed mirrors and Tiffany lampshades. Wooden tables are covered by red chequered tablecloths, old food posters adorn the walls. You get the idea. The menu of solidly hearty Provençal home-cooking matches the rustic ambience. Garlic is both front and centre, with handfuls of tarragon in support. It may not be especially refined stuff but it’s certainly satisfying. The slow-cooked daub of beef was so melt-in-mouth, it was bordering on gooey. It came with the creamiest mashed potato on the side and the whole lot was topped with a thick carrot that had been braised in orange juice. Equally good was a piece of sea bass, perched over a large helping of tangy aubergine ratatouille. And while kick-offs of goat’s cheese tart and chicken liver pâté were somewhat ordinary, a cherry frangipane and tart lemon posset were a cut above the norm – so skip the starters and save room for the puds. Oh and here’s a tip: the set menu is a steal.
A Mediterranean-Italian restaurant specialising in pizzas and small plates.
A modern Thai restaurant serving Bangkok-inspired food.
A twenty-first-century kebab joint in Islington.
The vegan branch of a family-run fish-and-chip enterprise.
A casual destination restuarant from chef James Cochran.
A British-French dining room above an iconic Old Soho boozer.
A cosy pan-Asian tapas joint in West Hampstead.
An all-day bakery, restaurant and bar in Newington Green.
A smart Japanese restaurant in Mayfair.
A pasta bar and wine shop in Fitzrovia.
Venue says Pasta lover? Look no further than our Fitzrovia restaurant for delicious authentic homemade pasta!
A permanent restaurant from an Indian supper club, in Covent Garden.
Venue says We serve food cooked from the heart and served with love, combining fresh, sumptuous, subtle flavors and textures using seasonal produce.
A Clerkenwell restaurant in a former linoleum warehouse.
An Italian pasta bar in Covent Garden.
A brasserie in the former BBC Television Centre.
A first-floor fine-dining restaurant in Mayfair.
A Liliputian wine bar and tapas dispensary in Deptford Market Yard.
A swish Indian restaurant in a Chelsea townhouse.
The casual dining section of Mare Street Market in London Fields.
A French rotisserie in Hoxton.
A shipping container restaurant in Pop Brixton, specialising in seafood.
A Basque-leaning small-plates spot at Covent Garden's Henrietta Hotel.
Venue says The menu, by Sylvain Roucayrol, is ingredient-led with simple, seasonal dishes and a subtle accent of the Basque region.
A street stall turned ice-cream macaron sandwich shop.
An Australian-influenced café/bar in Deptford.
A King’s Cross small-plates restaurant from Murano-trained chef Pip Lacey.
Venue says Michelin starred Pip Lacey & business partner Gordy McIntyre launch their first solo venture in the heart of Kings Cross's Coal Drops Yard!
A seafood restaurant at The Kimpton Fitzroy.
Venue says Join us every day between 6pm and 7pm for Oyster Happy Hour, where all oysters will be half price!
An Alpine-themed bistro in a Pop Brixton shipping container.
A sustainable seafood restaurant in Westbourne Grove.
Venue says Traditional Sunday roasts get boring, why not try our take on it; a whole roast halibut to share with all the trimmings 🐟🍴
A sibling to Holloway’s Xi’an Impression, but with more noodles.
A swish Indian restaurant in Chelsea, from the ex-head chef of Mayfair’s Tamarind.
A Balham branch of the hugely popular King’s Road spot.
A free-from-gluten Italian on Fulham Broadway.
A cosy vegan Italian café in Bethnal Green.
The flagship London branch of a dumpling chain.
A classy Cantonese restaurant in Mayfair.
The London outpost of a popular NYC dim sum restaurant.
A smart Italian restaurant at Brown's from chef Heinz Beck.
A Marco Pierre White steakhouse in a boutique hotel.
Venue says New express lunch menu (weekdays noon-3pm) one course £12, two for £15, three for £20. Fizzy Fridays at the bar, 5-9pm: £20/prosecco bottle.
A vegan fast-food joint on Balham’s Hildreth Street.
A modern Indian small-plates restaurant in Brixton.
A sibling to The Palomar and The Barbary, in a Tom Dixon-designed space.
A boho-chic Persian joint in Soho from the group behind Bao and Hoppers.
A neighbourhood restaurant from the team behind Brixton’s Salon.
A Chinese restaurant in the Bloomberg Arcade, from the
A Wong team.
A younger sibling to The Clove Club, with creative small plates.
Venue says A Shoreditch small plates, modern-American restaurant by Chase Lovecky and the team behind The Clove Club.
A smart Covent Garden bistro from the team behind Mayfair’s Kitty Fisher’s.
A contemporary restaurant from the chef behind Anglo and Neo Bistro.
A Fitzrovia small plates restaurant from celebrity chef Yotam Ottolenghi.
A café hidden down a mews in Bloomsbury.
A larger SE1 incarnation of the celebrated wild food restaurant.
The bookable upstairs room at Sabor, with larger sharing plates.
An artisanal pizzeria on Battersea Rise.
A restaurant from the same team as popular Dalston wine shop P Franco.
A casual Japanese grill restaurant in Soho.
A restaurant proper from the celebrated Italian deli.
A Philadelphia-themed dive bar and restaurant.
A modern Central Asian hotspot in Knightsbridge.
A branch of the renowned noodle bar at Bloomberg Arcade.
A small, modern European restaurant on St John’s Hill.
Venue says Between Clapham Junction and Wandsworth Town, we strive to deliver exciting dishes, from around the world in a cosy and relaxed atmosphere.
An Islington branch of the ramen shop.
The tasting-menu only upstairs restaurant at Hide, from super-chef Ollie Dabbous.
The larger ground floor restaurant at Hide, where the menu is à la carte.
A Covent Garden branch of the yakitori restaurant.
A slick seafood restaurant in Hackney.
A swanky Indian grill spot from the team behind Hoppers.
A Sichuan hotpot restaurant in Chinatown.
An all-day Nordic restaurant at Bloomberg Arcade.
An upstairs dining room in the City.
A Hackney pub-slash-dining room owned by chef Tom Oldroyd.
A Covent Garden off-shoot of Petersham Nurseries café.
A floating restaurant on a canal boat by Paddington station.
A micro-dining restaurant near Blackhorse Road
A branch of the pizza restaurant in Fitzrovia.