New to toptable: Charlotte Street Blues, Green's, Pho 18 and more

Struggling with autumn food fatigue? Can’t face another takeaway? Wrap up warm, call your friends and head for one of these great new and notable restaurants, now bookable on toptable.

Green’s Restaurant & Oyster Bar – City slickers looking for a new business lunch spot are in luck with the new branch of Green’s near Bank. Set in a former Lloyds banking hall, it’s a seriously impressive space and the menu is full of classics like rock oysters, fresh fish and sirloin steaks.

Charlotte Street Blues – If laid-back blues and USA-style comfort food is more your style, head for Charlotte Street where this great new bar serves over 80 different types of bourbon and live music seven nights a week. With soul food favourites like BBQ ribs and pulled pork sandwiches on offer, it’s a perfect post-work hang-out.

The Terrace at the Headland – At this relaxed hotel brasserie in Newquay, you can tuck into Cornish mussels and homemade burgers whilst enjoying the view of Fistral Beach. If it’s a traditional roast you’re after, we’re also taking bookings at the hotel’s Sand Brasserie – another popular eatery with great sea views and family-friendly Sunday lunches.

The Warehouse Brasserie – Looking for dinner with a difference in Colchester? Phil and Sue Hirst have transformed a former Methodist chapel – complete with original pews – into a charming neighbourhood restaurant. We love the locally sourced ingredients, homemade puds and the regular live music and wine tastings.

Pho 18 – Romford foodies are in for a treat at this stylish but relaxed restaurant on South Street. Bringing the fresh and spicy flavours of Vietnam to the heart of Essex, Pho 18 serves traditional dishes like bun cha ha noi (BBQ pork loin with rice noodles) and steaming bowls of pho bo (fragrant noodle soup with strips of wok-fried beef).

Nothing catching your eye? Get in touch via Facebook or Twitter and we’ll help you find somewhere to feast during the winter months.