Welcome to the family! – New restaurants on OpenTable

With the Bank Holiday weekend stretched out ahead of you, there’s never been a better time to check out some of the restaurants that have recently joined OpenTable!


maze Grill Park Walk – The Gordon Ramsay Group have opened maze Grill Park Walk in Chelsea. Inspired by the grill rooms of Manhattan, it specialises in rare breed steaks and made-to-order sushi and sashimi.

Foxlow (Stoke Newington) – Bringing top quality meat and cocktails to north London, the Hawksmoor team’s latest venture is already a hit with Stokey locals. Swing by for brunch at the weekends or go for dinner and try their superb steaks, smoked ribs and crispy five pepper squid.

Ottolenghi Spitalfields – With deli counters piled high with sweet treats and colourful Mediterranean salads, Ottolenghi’s new Spitalfields restaurant is a great choice for business breakfasts and leisurely lunches.

Percy & Founders – At this new all-day dining restaurant in Fitzrovia, you can pop in for breakfast, after-work cocktails, and dishes like lobster and prawn Scotch egg and chicken Wellington.

The Botanist – Situated in the recently revamped Broadgate Circle, this slick bar-restaurant is open all day serving modern British dishes, hearty breakfasts and late night drinks in the basement Soda Room.

Joe’s Southern Kitchen & Bar – For a cocktail-fuelled feast in Kentish Town, head to Joe’s for some of their legendary Southern fried chicken or a ‘prison plate’ loaded with pulled pork, slaw and BBQ beans.

Also new in London: Tonic & Remedy; Les Gourmet des Ternes; Aubaine Broadgate; Mabel’s in Covent Garden; Zinnia; Bibigo; and Champagne + Fromage and The Shrub & Shutter in Brixton.


The Samphire Bush – Visiting Devon this summer? Book a table at gem in Plymouth and try super fresh seafood, from local scallops to native lobster with Champagne velouté.

Miss Kitty’s – Dine by candlelight at this not-so-hidden gem in Liverpool, where the menu includes pan-Asian favourites like Peking duck, fried cod in plum sauce, and steamed dim sum.

Haycock & Tailbar Associates – Perfect for date night, this Northampton bar-restaurant specialises in steaks, exotic meats and expertly crafted cocktails. Cook your own fillet steak on hot rocks or try something a little different – kangaroo perhaps? Or crocodile?

Walter’s – Promising food that is ‘fresh, tasty and local’, Walter’s is a great choice for a relaxed dinner with friends in Bristol. Don’t miss their popular Tuesday Steak Night – succulent dry aged steaks from £10!

HERE – Chef Jane Collins (ex-Nahm and The Belvedere) has impressed Berkhamsted locals with her weekend brunch and an eclectic a la carte menu that ranges from dry aged steaks to lobster and chips.

Need more inspiration? You can search for your local area on opentable.co.uk or ask us for tips on twitter.