Fancy trying somewhere new? Check out some of the great restaurants that are now on OpenTable!
Restaurant Story – We are thrilled to welcome Tom Sellers’ critically acclaimed Restaurant Story to the OpenTable family. Tom has worked with legendary chefs like Thomas Keller and Rene Redzepi and his innovative British menu is a real treat for adventurous eaters.
Tom’s Kitchen – Tom Aikens has opened his fifth modern British brasserie. The new restaurant in St Katharine Docks is open all day serving excellent breakfasts and seasonal British dishes.
Salt ‘n Pepper – Heading for Leicester Square? Skip the chain restaurants and head to Salt ‘n Pepper for cocktails, curries and delicious charcoal grilled kebabs, lamb chops and seafood.
La Tagliata – This new Spitalfields restaurant serves a set menu of home-made tagliatelle followed by traditional Italian tagliata – slices of British beef sirloin with rocket, parmesan, cherry tomatoes and balsamic reduction. Save room for classic desserts like panna cotta and tiramisu.
Forge – Just a stone’s throw from Bank station, Forge is a new hot spot for work-hard-play-hard City slickers. Swing by for after-work drinks and dishes like cider belly pork and spit-roast chicken.
The Bayou – Now open in Camden, this Creole bar and kitchen is open all day serving brunch, cocktails and Southern American classics like gumbo, crab cakes and fried chicken.
Camp & Furnace – Housed in a former warehouse in Liverpool, this urban food space serves a Scandi-inspired menu during the week, roasts on Sundays, and meat, drinks and disco on Saturdays.
Cau – Bringing the best of Buenos Aires to Bristol, Cau is a meat lover’s paradise that specialises in Argentinean beef. If you don’t fancy a steak, try their empanadas or tuna carpaccio.
Cane & Grain – Set over three floors in Manchester’s Northern Quarter, this is the latest venture from the team behind Dog Bowl. Start your night with ribs and craft beer in the ground floor Rib Joint and work your way up to the second floor Liars Lounge for cocktails.
James Martin Restaurant – Fans of celeb chef James Martin can now book a table at his restaurant in Malton, North Yorkshire. Head chef Craig Aitchinson showcases the finest Yorkshire produce in dishes like braised beef cheek and Gressingham duck with heritage carrots.
Macdonald Aviemore Resort – After a day of golf or relaxation at this resort in the Scottish Highlands, you can satisfy your steak cravings at Scottish Steak Club, enjoy a taste of Italy at Giovanni’s, or try top quality Scottish produce at Aspects.