Fancy trying somewhere new this month? Check out these great restaurants that are now bookable on OpenTable or ask our experts for recommendations on twitter.
Heddon Street Kitchen – Gordon Ramsay has opened a new all-day restaurant just off Regent Street. It’s inspired by his City restaurant, Bread Street Kitchen, and the menu features dishes like king crab thermidor, spicy tuna tartare, and grilled English rose veal chop.
The Manor – Fans of The Dairy in Clapham will be pleased to hear that they are opening a modern bistro on Clapham Manor Street this month. There will be a bar serving snacks, wine and cocktails, plus a rustic menu of meat and fish cooked on the bone and homemade charcuterie from their deli. The restaurant opens on November 25th and you can book online now!
Bonnie Gull – Fish fans can now book tables at the Bonnie Gull Seafood Shack in Fitzrovia and their Seafood Café on Exmouth Market. We like the West End branch for date night oysters and the EC1 sister site for lunchtime fish and squid burgers and delicious moules Marinière.
Café Pistou – Settling in amongst its foodie neighbours, Café Pistou is a handsome Provençal brasserie on Exmouth Market. Swing by for dishes like salt cod croquettes, baked sea bass and spiced spatchcock poussin or try their French twist on weekend brunch.
Senor Ceviche – Expect punchy Pisco cocktails and tapas-style plates of fresh ceviche, street food and BBQ dishes at this Peruvian newcomer just off Carnaby Street.
Beachside Restaurant – Boasting one of the best sea views in Salcombe, the Beachside Restaurant is the perfect place to enjoy local seafood as a light lunch or sunset dinner.
Death Row Dive N Diner – In a neon-lit basement on Hope Street, this Liverpool dive serves great beer, hard shakes and southern American food to a rockabilly soundtrack. Don’t miss their saucy ribs, pastrami-cheese fries and fully loaded burgers.
Waters on the Square – Run by chef Andy Waters (ex-Edmunds), this cosy Edgbaston bistro uses the finest seasonal ingredients in its modern British dishes. It’s a great choice for a romantic dinner and the menu de jour offers excellent values for money with 3 courses priced at just £20.
Moules a go-go – A favourite with Chester locals for over 15 years, this is the place to go for kilo pots of fresh Anglesey mussels with delicious sauces, crusty bread and skinny fries.
Mr Lau’s – Diners can sip cocktails and watch the chefs prepare authentic Chinese dishes and delicious dumplings at Mr Lau’s, Warrington’s first and only dim sum bar.