Monday, 20 August 2012

12 New Bars & Restaurants in London: A Pictorial

By Christian Rose-Day.

2012 has been yet another bumper year for new bars, restaurants, pubs and clubs in London, many of which we’ve already told you about.

This time, it's Monday, and we're a bit hungover so instead of just telling you about them, we’d thought we’d just show you what they look like instead. Have fun discovering.

New restaurant: 28-50 Wine Workshop and Kitchen, Marylebone
All you need to know: 30 wines by the glass, carafe or bottle. Glug, glug.

New pub: The Draft House, Dulwich
All you need to know: south west London’s beer haven heads south east; and look, there’s a Brooklyn Brewery Chocolate Stout on the menu that packs a 10% thump.

New cafe: Caravan, King’s Cross
All you need to know: if you enjoyed the Exmouth Market version, you’ll be sipping coffee and eating brunch here in no time.

New cafe: Ozone Coffee Roasters, Shoreditch
All you need to know: the same team behind The Riding House Café and Pizza East, designed this café, and it stocks New Zealand coffee.

New bar and club: White Rabbit cocktail bar, Stoke Newington
All you need to know: there’s a basement club called The Rabbit Hole, no less.

New bar: Brooklyn Bite, Chelsea
All you need to know: New York style pizza in a New York style basement cocktail bar, only without the haul-ass 7-hour flight.

New restaurant: Kerbisher and Malt, Ealing
All you need to know: its big brother branch was crowned the Best Contemporary Fish and Chip restaurant in Great Britain by Esquire magazine. No pressure li’l bro.

New restaurant: Cinnamon Culture, Bromley
All you need to know: the chef’s special is a Goan Coastal Cuisine Festival and lasts until the end of August.

New restaurant: Heliot, Leicester Square
All you need to know: how many casino restaurants have views over the gaming floor AND offer cocktails designed by Tony Conigliaro, of all people?

New bar and restaurant: Boqueria, Brixton
All you need to know: A new Spanish tapas restaurant and bar that is ideally located equidistance between Clapham and Brixton; best of both worlds.

New restaurant: Low Country, Fulham
All you need to know: steaks and seafood from the southern states of the good old US of A.

New cafe: Georgina’s, Barnes
All you need to know: the perfect cafe for a post-stroll along the Thames seeing as it is only 100m from the water’s edge.

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