Looking for somewhere new to try out in London? Here is our list of the latest and greatest restaurants & Bars in London opening this June!
The newest opening from Honey & Co, Honey & Co Bloomsbury serves up some Middle-Eastern favourites. Its sister branch, Honey & Smoke serves up Middle-Eastern grill favourites such as lamb kofta and chops, whole fish and slow-cooked octopus, charred cauliflower and aubergine.
Since opening our first restaurant Honey & Co in 2012 they have become known for serving up delicious Middle Eastern food using the best ingredients they can get our hands on, with the warmest welcome from the friendliest team in town.
Opening on Portobello Road, Zephyr is the latest opening from Pachamama Group, serving up Greek food on the ground floor.
Downstairs, there will be a bar with signature cocktails, perfect for a late-night or pre-dinner drink.
Essex-born and London-based, Burger & Beyond opened their first restaurant in Shoreditch a couple of years ago and their burgers have become so popular that they are opening two more branches – the next one in Soho!
Their beef is hung for between 28 and 45 days and use Himalayan Salt walls in their drying fridges to create the perfect environment for the dry ageing process. They are the best burgers in town!
Opening on the 7th of July, it will be the largest champagne bar to ever enter Harrods and the first permanent bar Moët has opened in Europe.
You can enjoy all wines by Moët & Chandon and food pairings by the in-store Harrods chefs.
Open-fire cooking restaurant and wine bar, Firebird is opening on the 7th of June in Soho.
With their flagship restaurant in Soho, Mr Ji has opened its second branch in Camden this month.
Mr Ji Explores Provocative Flavours That Engage All Senses. Embarking Outside the Label, “Taiwanese Chicken”, Mr Ji Now Opens the Doors to Broader East Asian Flavours Reaching All Styles of Cuisine.
Founded by Akwasi Brenya-Mensa, Tatale is a restaurant and bar concept born in Ghana and developed in London. Its namesake is a plantain pancake — a quintessential Ghanaian dish.
Opening this summer, it’s a contemporary, Pan-African vision, telling stories through food, art and culture.