London Restaurants - Soho, Fitzrovia, Covent Garden

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19-23 Charlotte St, London W1T 1RL

This Fitzrovia loction is the second iteration of Carousel, which moved from its original Marylebone home. It continues to host regularly changing residencies, often previewing restaurants that are due to open in London. In addition, they also have a permanent wine bar up front with their own, seasonally changing menu.

16A Neal's Yard, London WC2H 9DP

This is, simply put, a mini version of The Barbary, right next door to the original. The Barbary (which in turn is from the same people as The Palomar). Expect a small plates menu, with a similar Mediterranean/African focus all served up on a mini counter space.

3 Windmill St, Fitzrovia, London W1T 2HY

Having worked for the likes of Tsukiji, Nobu and Zuma, this is Chef Padam Raj Rai's second Hot Stone. It's a steak and sushi bar - so there's all manner of top drawer sushi, lots of it with innovative sauces and toppings, and then a section of steak and seafood to be cooked on the titular hot stones.

21A Foley St, Fitzrovia, London W1W 6DS

The original Cin Cin in Brighton started life as a van before becoming a big hit as a restaurant (also winning a Michelin Bib Gourmand). This is their second restaurant and the first time they've opened in London. Expect classic, seasonal Italian fare alongside "good old-fashioned Italian hospitality."

19 Kingly Street, Soho, London, W1B 5PY

Crispin is a huge hit in Spitalfields, and this is their Soho wine bar spin-off. Primarily all about the wine, the list takes the same approach to its selection as the original Crispin - so that's old-world primarily and small producers. Alongside that, there's an all-day snack menu and they also have monthly wine events, including tastings, food pairings and more.

49 Lexington St, Soho, London W1F 9AP

After a number of years in pop-ups and other spaces across town, Rita's have settled in Soho for their main restaurant (they also do sandwiches in Dalston). The menu is inspired by owners Gabriel Pryce and Missy Flynn travels across the Americas and the wine list is pretty special too.

Treehouse London, 14-15 Langham Pl, London W1B 2QS

Nancy Silverton is a big name back in the States where the LA Pizzeria Mozza is extremely popular. This is her London outpost, a pizzeria which really does turn out excellent pizzas (and with a menu that's a good deal different from the norm) as well as huge desserts.

77 Brewer St, Soho, London W1F 9ZN

This huge restaurant in Soho is inspired (officially) by DC Comics. But you may well have heard it referred to as "The Batman restaurant". Essentially, it's a massive subterranean space which takes elements of various Batman stories as its theme. There are multiple areas throughout, but the immersive Monarch Theatre is an experience like no other in London.

Top Floor Kingly Court, Carnaby St, London W1B 5PW

This Korean restaurant is in a prime space at the top of Kingly Court and features a menu from the people behind TA TA Eatery - so you already know you're in for something special. Aiming for an LA Koreatown vibe, the corndogs are top-notch and their kimchi stone pot is showstopping.

47 Great Marlborough Street, London W1F 7JP

Two Latin American superstars have come to Soho to launch this two-header. In the basement is Abajo, where Tato Giovanonni has opened a destination cocktail bar with glow in the dark drinks. Upstairs is the restaurant by Fernando Trocca where the Latin American cuisine is served in one of London's most beautiful new dining rooms.

15 Henrietta Street, London WC2E 8QG

Ave Mario is from the people behind Gloria and Circolo Poplare, and once again it's another hit for them. Expect no holds barred on the design and BIG food, like the enormous ice cream cake that they wheel about the room. Specialities here include a caviar section, massive cocktails and a veal milanese that's twice as big as your head. 

28 Bow St, Covent Garden, London WC2E 7AT

This sees boutique US hotel group NoMad has expanding outside the USA for the first time and they've done it with style. It combines a world-class bar (the cocktails are truly excellent) with one of the best looking restaurants in London and became an instant hit. The Chicken Dinner is definitely worth a look and the bar is very welcome for an area of Covent Garden that isn't blessed with them.

72 Old Compton St, London W1D 4UN

TA TA Eatery worked on the relaunched menu of this this revamped Taiwanese chicken Soho spot, which has been packing them in ever since. The menu's backed up by some excellent house cocktails.

54 Frith St, Soho, London W1D 4SL

This is top chef Angelo Sato's solo Soho restaurant and it's about literally all of the chicken. Every bit of the chicken is put to use in the yakitori menu, so while you can play it safe and choose breast (with plum + shiso) or wing (with shichimi + lemon) you can also opt for Achilles, tail, cartilage and more.

26 Romilly St, London W1D 5AJ

This Korean pub is all decked out in retro 70s style, with food including Makchang BBQ and Hongdae chicken as well as kimchi jeon, bo ssam and tteok bok ki rice cakes - alongside plenty of highballs to drink.

62 Charing Cross Road, London WC2H 0BU

Bunsik specialises in Korean Street Food - namely corn dogs, cupbap (rice in a pot with toppings) and Ddukbokki (fried rice cakes) - and those corn dogs have become hugely popular in London.

216 Great Portland St, London W1W 5QW

This Middle Eastern grill restaurant is from the award-winning team behind the nearby Honey & Co. Expect dishes like lamb kofta and chops, whole fish and slow-cooked octopus, charred cauliflower and aubergine.

21 Berners Street, Fitzrovia, London W1T 3LP

Akoko is centred around West African cuisine and they say their aim is to "pay homage to the country's culinary heritage by using recipes passed down through generations and traditional cooking techniques of smoking, curing and fermenting".

2 Greek St, Soho, London W1D 4NB

This is the follow up to the original Noble Rot, led by Mark Andrew and Daniel Keeling. This Soho outing is a purely restaurant affair, which takes on the building that used to be the Gay Hussar. Dishes explore the heritage of that Hungarian restaurant and, of course, there's an excellent wine list.

2a Garrick St, Covent Garden, London WC2E 9BH

After huge success with the original restaurant in Carnaby, Asma Khan has moved Darjeeling Express to Covent Garden. It's split into two - introducing an all-day deli alongside the main restaurant where the much-loved biryani and more is on offer.

64 Dean Street, London W1D 4QQ
Michelin star 1 Michelin star

Victor Garvey's Soho restaurant looks towards Californian fine-dining restaurants for its inspiration. So there's a West Coast USA vibe to the restaurant, fitted into its Soho location.

13-15 West St, Covent Garden, London WC2H 9NE

Louie is a venture from the Paris Society, which has several big restaurants in Paris and they've brought similar opulence to London. For this restaurant, they've teamed up with American chef Slade Rushing who's brought in a taste of the Deep South.

33-41 Charlotte Street, London, W1T 1RR

Six by Nico is the brainchild of Scottish Chef Nico Simeone and it's the latest in a series of restaurants that focuses on a single six-course tasting menu that changes every six weeks. The restaurant is pitched somewhere between casual and fine dining and offers great value for its ever-changing menu.

61 Rupert St, Soho, London W1D 7PW

Paradise took over the space once held by Spuntino, serving up British and Sri Lankan ingredients in a menu that's inspired by the owner's childhood trips to Sri Lanka. This is matched by a sleek room designed by the people who did Smoking Goat and Klin.

18 - 20 Rupert Street, London W1D 6DE
Critic reviews - total score 5 out of 10

This Soho restaurant has a Swiss-inspired menu that means quite a lot of tableside theatre will be involved - from Raclette dips to fondues and grill-your-own-food charbonnades.

40-41 Rathbone Pl, Fitzrovia, London W1T 1HX
Critic reviews - total score 8 out of 10

The Big Mamma Group's second opening in London saw them hit up Fitzrovia with a massively OTT slice of Mediterranean charm and flavour. It's extremely popular with a stunning looking room.

64 Eastcastle St, Fitzrovia, London W1W 8NQ
Critic reviews - total score 6 out of 10

As the name suggests, multiple Michelin-starred chef and restaurateur Quique Dacosta's first London restaurant has a big focus on rice with loads of paella on the menu. But it's not ALL rice and there's a cracking bar upstairs too.

41 Mortimer St, Fitzrovia, London W1T 3JH
Critic reviews - total score 8.5 out of 10

Upstairs is a private members club, but Mortimer House Kitchen on the ground floor of this art-deo building and open to the public. It features a menu that's serving up Middle Eastern/Italian-influenced dishes. They describe their dishes as "like a dialogue between an Italian and an Israeli."

Passyunk Avenue
80 Cleveland St, Fitzrovia, London W1T 6NE
Critic reviews - total score 8 out of 10

From humble beginnings as a Spitalfields food truck to a full blown sandwich restaurant and dive bar in Fitzrovia, Passyunk Avenue is plying Londoners with cheesesteaks, meatball sandwiches and more.

49 Dean St, Soho, London W1D 5BG
Critic reviews - total score 8 out of 10

The French House is mainly known as a classic Soho pub - but it also has a dining room upstairs. It's a small affair - it almost feels like a private dining room - but it's hosted some great names. It's now home to ex-Merchants Tavern chef Neil Borthwick who's cooking up French classics.

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