London’s Hot New Openings
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London’s Hot New Openings

September 12, 2020 Share

The ‘Eat Out to Help Out’ scheme may have come to a close last month but London’s hospitality scene is coming back stronger than ever. New openings and re-openings are being announced weekly –  proving once again that the city and its residents are defiant in the face of adversity.

Hotels, restaurants and bars are thriving across the capital – we take a look at the venues to look forward to for your next outing:

Cha Cha x Sister Jane

Cult favourite restaurant pop up Cha Cha has joined forces with cult favourite fashion brand Sister Jane to produce a Latin American restaurant and bar in Notting Hill that oozes cool. Serving a beautiful combination of Latin American and Mediterranean cuisine devised by the ex Global Exec Chef of Zuma and Sketch, Anthony Garlando, this promises to be the new West London hangout. 

The restaurant is set across two floors, with the main bar and dining on the ground floor and a secret garden and fire pit on the lower ground. Those that venture up to the first floor will find treated to a beautifully laid out boutique for Sister Jane and a large rooftop bar area. 

Perch yourself at the bar for a Cha Cha Margarita and indulge in a ceviche and braised beef cachaca or join for brunch on the terrace. A perfect way to shake the 2020 blues.

36 Golborne Rd, London, W10 5PR

Crazy Pizza 

 Crazy Pizza Marylebone

From the team that brought you Sumosan Twiga and Crazy Pizza Monte Carlo comes the funnest new restaurant in the capital. Nestled on a side street in Marylebone, this new CP outpost contains all the hallmarks of the Billionaire Group, buzzing atmosphere, beautiful people and delicious food. Try the truffle pizza and wash it down with an Italian Barolo from the venue’s impressive cellars or a perfectly made vodka martini. 

7 Paddington St, Marylebone, London W1U 5QH



William Lander of Quality Chop House has joined forces with Chris Gillard of St. John fame to bring a new concept to the Hoxton Hotel Holborn’s former Hoxton restaurant. Bringing hearty British fare to the menu, sourced from high-quality, seasonal suppliers and pairing it with an equally robust British wine and drinks list- Rondo will be a sure fire hit in elegant yet relaxed surroundings. 

199-206 High Holborn, Holborn, London, WC1V 7BD


What happens when two world-class chefs focus in on simple but delicious food? TAKA is the result. Head Chef Jonathan Dowling and Group Executive Chef Taiji Maruyama (Beaverbrook and Nobu) are bringing the Japanese small plate tradition to London with an elegant Marylebone restaurant. Expect to see wagyu sandwiches alongside sushi and hot grilled favourites. Interiors merge Scandinavian and Japanese design for a minimal but sleek, looking restaurant.

109 Marylebone High St, Marylebone, London W1U 4RX


Set in Joël Robuchon’s previous restaurant in Covent Garden, Louie is the type of restaurant that oozes cool. A collaboration between dream team Guillaume Glipa (Chiltern Firehouse, Annabel’s) and Paris Society (Loulou, Coco, Giraffe, Perruche) this is set to be both a surefire hit and the place to be seen in.

13-15 West Street, London, WC2H 9NE

For all you revellers out there – please don’t forget that you still need a mask when travelling around town. Check out Daisy D’Arche’s hand made and environmentally friendly printed silk masks for style and substance. 

UP NEXT: London Fashion Week is back!…

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