The 10 Most Exciting New Restaurants Opening in London in 2024

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We’re lucky to have an incredible foodie city right on our doorstep, and the new year will see a whole host of new opening pop up across the capital. Here are some of the most exciting places to bag a table in London in 2024…


Legendary St James’s restaurant Le Caprice will reopen in 2024 after it was forced to close during the pandemic. The spot that was frequented by A-listers and royalty will be revamped by the man behind The Wolseley Jeremy King and called Arlington after its address, but there’ll be happy remnants of the original eatery, including the maître d’ Jesus Adorno, who was the welcoming face of Le Caprice for 38 years.

Opening early 2024

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Arlington won’t be King’s only project in 2024, the restaurateur will open a brasserie-style venue in the new Park Modern development, which overlooks Hyde Park. The Park is rumoured to be inspired by similar American eateries, with European and Californian influences, and will be a modern space with a sprawling terrace.

Opening spring 2024



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An exclusive six-seater fusion restaurant is set to open above Notting Hill’s Los Mochis, making this spot what is thought to be the smallest sushi counter in the country, as well as the world’s first nut- and gluten-free Omakase experience. Omakase means ‘trust the chef’, so you won’t know what you’re getting until you’re sitting at the sleek walnut counter. However, you can expect to taste some seriously rare bites with a Mexican twist, such as Hokkaido scallops, Japanese madai and saboten hirame from Jeju island in South Korea.

Opening January

Trejos Tacos


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Hollywood actor Danny Trejo (Breaking Bad, From Dusk Till Dawn) is set to open the first UK branch of his LA-inspired Mexican eatery in Notting Hill this year. The menu is described as ‘healthy and inventive’ and will feature signature dishes including steak asada tacos with pepita pesto, which were highly praised by the late Anthony Bourdain. If you do feel like indulging a little, then you can head to the underground speakeasy after your meal for a potent mezcal cocktail or two…

Opening early 2024



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Already an East London breakfast saviour, Bangers has cured many-a hangover. The delivery service has now found a permanent home from which it’ll sell its legendary sandwiches, which are generously packed with locally-sourced sausage patties, bacon and eggs, as well as its house-style slow-cooked baked beans, hash browns and breakfast pots. The shop will also sell its hot sauces and ingredients to take home, so you can include them in your own creations if you wish!



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The team behind Soho’s Ducksoup have secured a prime new spot in Borough Market opposite Brindisa Tapas, which they’re planning to name Camille. The new venture will bring on ex-St John chef Elliot Hashtroudi and will focus on provincial French cuisine using ingredients sourced from the nearby market. If Ducksoup is anything to go by, there’ll be an enticing list of natural wines on offer too.


A sprawling two-floor Aegean-inspired restaurant is set to open in The Whiteley London development in Bayswater. The menu will offer decadent Mediterranean mezes, grilled meat and fish, and sharing platters. The Pachamama Group is behind other London eateries including Pachamama, Zephyr and Chicama, so you can expect sumptuous yet homely surrounds that will transport you to dreamy local tavernas perched on Grecian shores.



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The same team behind Perilla on Newington Green will open the modern Mediterranean restaurant and wine bar Morchella this year in a former bank on Exmouth Market. The kitchen will be headed by the Great British Menu finalist Daniel Fletcher, however the wine bar will be separate from the restaurant should you wish to just pop in for a drink!



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Chef and restaurateur Claude Bosi opened Socca in Mayfair last year with Samyukta Nair, and it seems there’s no stopping him, as he plans on opening a new Lyonnaise bouchon in Fulham this year. The new opening will be heavily influenced by Bosi’s family background: his parents used to run a bistro in his home town of Lyon and the venue will be named after his grandmother. In traditional Lyonnaise style, diners will only pay for the amount that they drink, and there will also be a set menu available, which will be named after the ‘canuts’ —Lyon’s famous silk and lace weavers.



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There’s yet another exciting cultural development to explore in the capital this year. Newson’s Yard on Pimlico Road, which was once London’s oldest timber yard, is already home to inviting design studios and shops including Nordic gallery Modernity London and Martin Brudnizki’s interiors brand And Objects. New modern European restaurant Wildflowers is one of the next highly anticipated openings in the hub, and the sprawling space will showcase chef Aaron Potter’s inventive Mediterranean menu, as well as a wine bar and deli.

Other Notable Mentions…

A few of London’s finest hotels will welcome new openings in 2024: The OWO will launch the Milanese seafood restaurant Langosteria; The Langham will open the Mediterranean-inspired Mimosa; and at The Mondrian Shoreditch, you’ll be able to apply to be a member of  the new Blue Marlin Ibiza London private members’ club.

There’ll also be new spots to try out in some of the capital’s brand new hotels too: the Mandarin Oriental Mayfair is collaborating with Michelin-starred chef Akira Back to open two new Asian-inspired eateries, a bar and a rooftop spot; meanwhile, The Emory will overlook Hyde Park and be home to a new outpost from Jean-Georges Vongerichten’s ABC group.

There’ll be even more glamorous spots to be seen in too: Gilgamesh will open a new restaurant and club in Covent Garden; the second spot from Singapore-based barbecue restaurant Burnt Ends will launch in Harrods; and a London version of Mykonos’ star-studded restaurant and beach club Nammos will land in Knightsbridge.