Upcoming restaurants in London

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London is one of the best cities in the world to eat out as it offers an unparalleled selection of international cuisine, often at very affordable prices. Here is a quick guide to a few of the upcoming restaurants in London where you can sample the best of world food.


Sushisamba is a Japanese/Brazilian/Peruvian fusion restaurant previously seen in various glitzy US destinations. As one of the destination restaurants in the new Heron Tower near Liverpool Street, it will be taking over the Sky Bar and restaurant at the top of the new skyscraper – so expect an impressive view. It is schedule to open in Autumn 2011. To get an idea of what to expect you can visit the following link which is their current US website.

Wolfgang Puck’s Cut

Wolfgang Puck made his fortune serving gourmet pizzas to Hollywood’s elite. This will be his first European restaurant – part of the Dorchester Collection. Expect a wide array of great steaks as well as plenty of interesting salads for stars to push around their plates. From prime dry and wet aged beef to salads, and succulent pan-roasted lobster, sautéed and roasted whole fresh fish, the menu will provide wide appeal. A carefully crafted wine list will complement the menu with distinct international selections.

Bread Street Kitchen

Bread Street Kitchen offers a menu that includes a raw bar, a wood-burning oven and dishes from the lively open kitchen, the aim is to deliver a great experience to those who visit at whatever time they choose. Guests will also be able to take in the incredible wine balcony which will stretch along the wall above the kitchen holding no fewer than 2000 bottles of wine.

Da Giovanni

Giovanni Rana has a host of restaurants in Italy and is best known in the UK for a series of groundbreaking pasta ads in the 80s. Expect plenty of pasta and pizza in an airy space with an open kitchen. Check it out.

The Dorsia

The Dorsia name comes from the impossible-to-book restaurant from the book American Psycho, but we’re assuming this version will have a slightly less mythical entrance policy. Mainly a private members club, there’s also a 40 seater restaurant available to all with a kitchen headed up by Alexander Baillieu, former head chef of Beaufort House. The cocktail menu is designed by Thomas Gillgren of Sketch and Fredrik Olsson of Kosmopol.

Union Jacks
One of the most awaited restaurants of 2011 by Jamie Oliver as he takes the largest space at the new Central St Giles space behind Centre Point. Nothing else is known about the restaurant yet, but let’s go crazy and assume that there’s a British theme. To know more about the man behind this venture you can visit the website.

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