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6 New Restaurants To Try This September

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From Michelin-starred exports, to pasta and prosecco slushies, these are the top new restaurants to make a booking at this month...

Coal Rooms

The latest addition to Peckham’s ever-expanding culinary scene, Coal Rooms boasts an on-site butchery and a meat-centred menu cooked on its coal-fired robata grill. Expect generous cuts of Mangalitsa ‘cowboy’ steaks and 40 day-aged Dexter sirloin, alongside a selection of imaginative sauces; think greengage and mead ketchup, jerk caramel or coffee-infused gravy.
 
11a Station Way, Peckham Rye Station, London, SE15 4RX

Visit CoalRoomsPeckham.com

 

Core by Clare Smyth

Notting Hill's Core is the first solo venture from Clare Smyth – the only female British chef to hold and retain 3 Michelin stars with her team at Gordon Ramsey’s Royal Hospital Road. The menu has a strong focus on British fare – enjoy roast grouse with red cabbage and bell heather; Isle of Mull scallop cooked over wood; Smyth’s twist on the classic cherry bakewell and an impressively weighty wine list.

92 Kensington Park Road, London W11 2PN

Visit CoreByClareSmyth.com

 

Ella Canta

Famed Mexican chef Martha Ortiz is bringing her authentic fare to Mayfair with new restaurant Ella Canta. Located in the grand InterContinental Park Lane, everything from the luxe pink interiors to the stunning presentation have had the utmost attention to detail (even the ice cubes here are Instagrammable). The vampire ceviche with mango and sangrita sorbet is a stand out.

One Hamilton Place, Park Lane, London W1J 7QY

Visit EllaCanta.com

 

Pastaio

Fresh pasta and prosecco slushies… chef Stevie Parle has dreamt up our dream dinner. Pastaio is his sixth restaurant in the capital, and his third Italian venture following Rotorino in Dalston and Palatino in Clerkenwell (also must-visits). Head to this Soho eatery for hand-made pasta with seasonal sauces, a selection of antipasti and, of course, prosecco and Aperol slushies. Opening late October. 

19 Ganton Street, Carnaby, London W1F 7BU

Visit Pastaio.London

 

Pufferfish at Mahiki

Central London A-list hangout Mahiki is going west with a sister site in Kensington, complete with Polynesian-themed restaurant Pufferfish. Celebrating luxury pan-Asian cuisine, the menu features delights like salmon with truffle oil and ponzu (seared by a blowtorch at your table, no less) and tropical cocktails including Mahiki’s legendary Treasure Chest. Opening late October, but taking reservations now.

2A Kensington High Street, London W8 4PT

Visit MahikiKensington.com

 

Serge et Le Phoque

Hong Kong’s Serge et Le Phoque has come to London, setting up shop in The Mandrake hotel. This flashy Fitzrovia joint offers high end French fare by Charles Pelletier and Federic Peneau, the same team behind the Michelin-starred Hong Kong restaurant. Star dishes include octopus with century egg, tobio and ginger; scallop with anchovy, and dried shitake and matcha tea.
 
20-21 Newman Street, London W1T 1PG

Visit TheMandrake.com

 

 

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