People who love food, love going to good restaurants. If you love food from all over the world, London is the place to be. Let’s introduce you to some restaurants that are opening this year:
Delamina is a newly-opened middle eastern restaurant based in Marylebone. It is owned by a couple that also owns another restaurant in Shorditch, called Strut & Cluck.
Delamina was opened because the couple wanted to experiment with spices. For example, they use chermoula, a kind of green sauce in Morocco to season fish and beef. After seasoning, they use charcoal for roasting.
Address: 56-58 Marylebone Lane, London W1U 2NX Nearest tube station: Bond Street
Tomos Parry, who previously worked as a chef at a British restaurant--Kitty Fisher—opened his own restaurant in Shoreditch. The main dish in Brat is grilled fish. Tomos Parry likes fish very much—even the name of the restaurant is the combination of Britain and turbot. So, if you guys like eating fish, go to Brat—you won’t regret it!
Address: Redchurch Street, Shoreditch London E1 6JJ Nearest tube station: Old Street
By Chloe is a popular vegetarian shop in New York, which just opened a London branch. All the ingredients are plant-based, organic, and are made fresh in the morning every day. Some dishes here include, pasta, salad, juice, and ice cream.
Tip: Try their veggie burger… it’s amazing!
Address: 34-43 Russell Street, London WC2B 5HA Nearest tube station: Covent Garden
Sorella is a newly-opened Italian restaurant based in Clapham. The whole restaurant is decorated in a rural style with wooden tables, chairs, and stone meal plates. The simple design and decoration of the restaurant highlights the delicacy of the dishes. The chef, Robin Gill, has worked near Amalfi Coast—a seaside town—for many years, so he knows how to keep foods fresh. So, if you like Italian food, come and try their pasta dishes and seafood!
Address: 148 Clapham Manor, London SW4 6BX Nearest tube station: Clapham