Here’s the ultimate guide to the capital’s foodie mecca. With a barrage of new openings every month, check out the Luxe Bible list of London’s hottest new restaurants for 2022. Get booking.
Bacchanalia – Opened November
Caprice Holdings’ latest opening is causing quite a stir with its latest November opening – Bacchanalia. The world’s most anticipated new dining destination at One Mount Street offers up an unforgettable experience with interiors by acclaimed architect Martin Brudnizki and a dining room featuring four Damien Hirst statues!
Hand painted murals, 2000 year old Greek and Roman artworks and a floor to ceiling interpretation of ‘Romans in Their Decadence’ by Gary Myatt will add to the opulence, with a stunning menu curated by Internationally renowned chef Athinagoras Kostakos. Expect flamboyant cuisine and seasonal dishes including Crab Salad, Seabream Carpaccio, Risotto Nero for three and Turbot for two to share. Featuring Bacchanalia’s own label wines and champagnes, a show stopping private dining room – Artemis, will feature a weekly programme of live performances and DJs. Apollo Muse is the restaurant’s most exclusive new members club. Book here and be quick!
Coco Grill & Lounge – Opened November
An Anatolian restaurant with a difference, Coco Grill & Lounge which boasts stunning Tower Bridge views, is a completely alcohol free venue. With beautiful interiors and food to match, the menu offers up Mediterranean flavours paired with an inspired drinks list.
The Redemption Menu has a range of champagnes, wines and non-alcoholic cocktails like The Coco Martini, Bees Knees and Amaretti Sour, all created by the onsite mixologist and drinks connoisseur. Food on the a la carte menu meanwhile, includes slow cooked duck tacos, black cod in kefir lime and miso and the incredible Wagyu Sirloin prepared with 24k gold!
Enjoy an amazing evening without the hint of a hangover the next day! Book here.
New Opening – The Libertine
The Libertine opened at The Royal Exchange at the end of October and is well worth a visit! Nestled in the historic vaults, this destination bar and restaurant with private dining spaces and is steeped in history! The Exchange itself was opened by Queen Elizabeth I in 1571, making it the first venue to serve alcohol in London with a Royal licence. From the Smoky Thyme Old Fashioned to the Pink Peppercorn Negroni, there’s plenty of delicious cocktails to enjoy alongside starters like the Black Truffle and Wild Mushroom Arancini with a basil pesto and plant grana Padano, and seafood mains like the Lobster Gratin with gruyere mornay, herb crumb, triple cooked chips and lemon and the Pembrokeshire Lamb Shank. Find out more here.
Temper Shoreditch – Opened October
The flaming hot open-fire barbeque restaurant Temper has just opened in Shoreditch. With outposts in The City, Covent Garden and Soho, Temper has built a reputation as a barbeque restaurant with a difference. On the menu are rare breeds and unusual cuts cooked over fire pits in an open kitchen, exceptional tacos and smoky mezcal cocktails. The chef butchers prepares the food in front of you, building on the traditional menu with the addition of more experimental plates, created just for Shoreditch. The new Great Eastern Street location will be split level with a cocktail bar on the ground floor and a basement restaurant with counter seating and tables. Their bottomless brunch (with beef skewers and flatbread) will be making an appearance too and they’ll have a Sunday roast which will include the option of a Three Beast Feast – smoked and pulled lamb shoulder, roast aged beef and roast pork.
Drunch – Opened October
We’ve been waiting for this one! With an all day dining bar, restaurant and speakeasy, Drunch in Fitzrovia is now open and serving up Mediterranean inspired cuisine from Valerio Vivetti (Fairmont Hotel, The Lanesborough).
We can’t wait to try the chef’s signatures which include Red Mazzara Prawns Carpaccio, Wagyu Toast; Alaskan King Crab and Ravioli Ricotta and Black Truffle among the incredible dishes on the menu.
Drunch will also feature a secret hidden club lounge called Kave which is accessible via an unmarked door on Great Titchfield Street (shh keep that to yourself!). With an extensive cocktail and drinks menu, late opening, live DJs and Mediterranean sharer plates, it’s the perfect after dinner hangout. Expect chic and opulent interiors from Gold Notting Hill’s designer Valerie von Bechtolsheim.
Casa do Frango Heddon Street – Opened October
Portugese restaurant Casa do Frango Heddon Street opened in October, boasting an impressive new site with street level terrace, dining room and drinks bar The Green Room, along with two private dining areas.
Signature dishes are centred around the Frango Piri-Piri – half a chicken coated in a delightful secret recipe which’ll have the tastebuds going wild! This Southern Portugese classic has been perfected over time by Marco Mendes who has honed the flavour over his years in the Algarve. Popular sharing dishes will include sides like Iberico Pork Croquettes and Bacalhau Fritters to African Rice, Batatas Fritas and a Montanheira Salad. For more info, click here.
Scott’s Richmond – Opened September
Everybody’s talking about Scott’s Richmond which opened at the end of September! The new 2 floor restaurant on Whittaker Avenue boasts a downstairs crustacean bar serving up oysters, champagne and cocktails, with an upstairs restaurant featuring a stunning central bar.
Scott’s incredible floor-to-ceiling windows showcase impressive views of the Thames while guests enjoy a delightful seafood menu curated by Chef Director Tim Hughes and Head Chef Tom Fraser. New highlights include Baked Spiced Crab with garlic and herbtoast, the Scott’s Apple Smoked Salmon with pickled cucumber and baked brioche bread, and the iconic Shrimp Burger with kimchi ketchup and potato crisps.
When it comes to drinks, Scott’s Richmond offers up the largest wine selection in the area, while the cocktail list features a classic range of kir, royal, punch and cup styled concoctions.
Sparrow Mayfair – Opened September
Transporting diners to the Southern European Coast, Sparrow Mayfair from American restaurant group Noble 33 are hoping for great success with their new UK venture – following in the footsteps of L.A’s Sparrow Italia. The modern Italian and Mediterranean restaurant opens on 18th October. With an elegant and romantic coastal aesthetic, Sparrow Mayfair will house ground-level brasserie, first floor indoor/outdoor terrace dining room, second floor parlour dining roomand a top floor cigar lounge.
The menu will offer up a range of excellent dishes like salt crusted red snapped for two, A5 carpaccio, lobster linguine and monkfish livornaise alongside signatures like the Sparrow fusilli. Of course, there are complimenting cocktails and nightly entertainment will include live DJs and musicians. This is our hottest opening this month. You’ll want to book now, here.
Mayha – Opened September
Mayha – a Japanese omakase restaurant in Marylebone comes all the way from Beirut from the Nothing But Love group, who started up in Lebanon and now have number of restaurants in the Middle East including Meat the Fish and The Backburner. The two-floor London site is an interior lover’s dream and sits among the gentlemen’s outfitters, florists and antique shops of Chiltern Street (just up the road from Chiltern Firehouse). The ground floor is the main omakase restaurant, set around an intimate, curved stone counter, where you can watch the chefs preparing the day’s tasting menu in front of you. Head downstairs via a wrought iron staircase and you’ll find a courtyard and the Japanese raw bar. The daily-changing tasting menu is decided by the chefs using the very best of what is available seasonally. Accompanying the menu will be a selection of exceptional sakes, rare spirits, fine wines and niche beers.
Rosa’s Thai – Opened September
From September 8th – 18th, the ever-popular Rosa’s Thai will be giving away free pad Thais to guests at their new Wimbledon restaurant! This latest branch offers the same relaxed dining environment with a changing specials menu alongside authentic Thai favourites. All dishes are made from scratch, including the curry pastes which are made by a husband-and-wife team in the Huai Yod district and a third-generation pad Thai noodle recipe! It’s the 30th restaurant (check out the others at London, Birmingham, Cardiff and more!) by the beloved group and to mark the soft launch, you can grab a 50% discount on food from September 6th – 7th. Don’t worry if you miss out because Rosa’s Thai Wimbledon will also be giving away a free signature bubble tea to its first 100 visitors. Bookings are limited so make sure you head to their website to secure your spot at the new Wimbledon Hill Road location.
Din Tai Fung, Centre Point – Opened September
Michelin Guide recognised restaurant Din Tai Fung will open its third outpost at Centre Point on 1st October. This cult foodie favourite, known the world over for its iconic Xiao Long Bao (steaming hot soup dumplings which take 40 minutes each to make,) will feature the same menu as the Covent Garden and Selfridges sites, while taking on its own personality through the design. Din Tai Fung at Centre Point will offer chic dining with floor-to-ceiling double height windows along with a separate bar area – perfect for after work cocktails.
M Canary Wharf – Opened August
Martin Williams has brought his fabulous restaurant concept to Newfoundland! M Canary Wharf opened this August with a bar, restaurant, private dining room, wine tasting room, café, members’ lounge, and terrace, all by the water! Introducing St. Tropez brunch, a sensory menu and Sunday movie screenings, the menu is made up of ingredients which are all ethically and sustainably sourced. You can look forward to M’s signature and most exclusive cuts of Wagyu beef, whilst being transported to Provence through dishes like octopus carpaccio, lobster salad with wasabi and avocado and seabass with garlic, herbs and lemon.
Ochre at National Gallery, Trafalgar Square – Opened July
From the founders of Muriel’s Kitchen, comes Ochre – a beautiful British restaurant at the National Gallery. With a lively cocktail bar and lounge, DJs and an incredible private dining room with views of Nelson’s Column, the menu will showcase seasonal ingredients with sharer smaller plates like saddleback pork and Westcombe cheddar croquette with sage and onion pesto and aged parmesan; Scottish scallops with baby turnip, chorizo, preserved lemon and Cime di Rapa; and Sweet potato & English pea samosa with mango, chilli, heritage cherry tomato, lime and coriander. Bigger plates include Pan fried monkfish with charred hispi cabbage, romesco sauce and toasted almonds; and 21-day aged black faced lamb rack. The cocktail list meanwhile has a mouth watering selection of house-crafted and classic drinks like Bathers Club – a mix of Little Birds Gin, rhubarb jam and lemon juice and the Sunflowers Sour, a blend of Del Maguey Vida mezcal infused with turmeric, apricot liqueur, lime juice, agave syrup and egg white.
Compton – Opened July
Now open, Compton on St. John’s Square in Clerkenwell is a new restaurant, bar and deli offering Mediterranean style dishes with quality produce from small scale British suppliers. Serving food from breakfast through to dinner, you can expect delights like fruit compote with Greek yoghurt, homemade granola, pancakes with streaky bacon and Compton smoked salmon with scrambled eggs. From lunch onwards, there’ll be smoke haddock croquettes, hand rolled pappardelle with asparagus and a changing BBQ ‘Catch of the Day’. Check out that gorgeous new menu here.
Riding House Bloomsbury – Opened June
The original Riding House Café Fitzrovia celebrated its 10th birthday last year, and what better way to bask in the glory than by launching Riding House Bloomsbury?! Opening on Wednesday 8th June at the Bloomsbury Brunswick Centre, the kitchen will be overseen by Exec Chef Henry Omereye with the food offering an evolution of the Riding House Café menu with signature dishes like coconut and cardamom dhal with aubergine pickle, black quinoa and mango with corn, black beans and cashews and a range of delicious healthy options, bowls and skewers. With those members club vibes and the signature open kitchen along with scrumptious food, this is definitely on our hottest list. Keep an eye on their website for updates.
Amethyst – Opened May
Mayfair’s coolest new gastronomic experience boasts a chef’s table made of real amethyst and quartz, and a tasting menu which constantly changes. This so-hot-right now opening from Neapolitan chef Carlo Scotto (of Xier fame), has just 21 seats on the ground floor for an incredibly intimate dinner with a full view of the pass. The menu draws inspriration from Carlo’s travels through Europe and Asia with a focus on Scandinavia and Japan. While there are three and five course dining options, it’s the 12 course menu that will really impress. Expect dishes like croquette with liquorice, tarragon and parmesan; foie gras with rose petal salmon, yuzu and Piedmont hazelnuts and Burnt Hay Black Cod. The lower ground floor will house Amethyst’s wine cellar showcasing fine and rare vintages. Open Tuesday to Saturday, set menus start from just £45.
28°-50° Oxford Circus – Opened May
Who wouldn’t want to sip a glass of delightful vino sat at this bar?! 28°-50° Oxford Circus is the latest opening addition to the family, following in the footsteps of the already successful Marylebone, Chelsea and South Kensington locations along with 28°-50° by Night. Offering an incredible wine selection and an a la carte menu with a focus on European cuisine, new dishes on the menu include moules marinière and octopus ceviche. As well as the bar and restaurant inside, 28°-50° Oxford Circus also has a gorgeous al fresco terrace.
San Carlo Cicchetti Knightsbridge – Opened May
San Carlo, known the country over for their delicious Italian fare have opened their latest restaurant in Knightsbridge. With a small plate sharer concept, dishes include seasonally inspired choices and Cicchetti classic signature dishes like the famous black truffle ravioli; burrata with smoked aubergine and burrata with smoked aubergine and toasted hazelnuts; and black salt sea bass with herb and olive oil salmoriglio. The stunning restaurant designed by Fettle and inspired by classic Venetian architecture is spread across two floors with a glamorous private dining room for special events. Book your table, here.
Chotto Matte Marylebone – Opened May
Chotto Matte have just opened at their new site in Marylebone. Launching alongside the new restaurant is a brand new Nikkei Brunch curated by Exec Chef Jordan Sclare. Celebrating Japanese and Peruvian cuisine, Chotto Matte’s new offering is available from 11am – 4pm every Saturday priced at £75pp. Expect dishes like Bao Pato Crujiente with crispy duck, honey orange ponzu and jalapeno, along with a selection of sushi and Argentinian red prawn truffled and wagu sirloin. A veggie brunch is also available priced at £55, while drinks on the new menu at the new Tokyo to Lima bar include a special selection of ‘Paddington Street’ cocktails, plus sake and whiskies.
Cellar – Opened May
Cellar has just opened in West London, offering all day dining from award-winning chef Andrew Clarke. Located on the ground floor of Hammersmith’s private member’s club Kindred, Cellar’s micro-seasonal menu will have all day dining options such as fried cod cheeks with harissa mayo and lemon, ox cheek puffs, home cured sea trout and grilled Tamworth pork chops. The accompanying wine list is definitely worth diving into, focusing on Central European wines. Cocktails curated by mixologist Julian de Feral complete the experience.
The Maine Mayfair – Opened May
We all love the launch of a new terrace and The Maine Mayfair seems to tick all our boxes – location being one of them! With its private terrace open now, the gorgeous space in the gardens of the original Hanover Square is the perfect place for lunch, dinner and drinks Tuesdays to Sundays. Complete with champagne and cocktail bar as well as a delicious a la carte menu and raw bar (think oysters, shellfish and crudos), you can book in by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org
Tattu – Opened April
It’s been a long wait! Tattu has finally opened at Outernet’s The Now Building, bringing its signature style and incredible Chinese cuisine to the capital. Located on the corner of Tottenham Court Road, Tattu’s contemporary dishes can be enjoyed in the heart of London at this new site which includes a stunning rooftop bar with gorgeous views. Designed by the award-winning Joyce Wang studio, the space features original artworks by Shanghai native Shan Jiang. With marble floors, a stone garden and mythical creatures, the restaurant ‘anchors the narrative of a traditional Chinese courtyard house’ says Joyce Wang.
The menu meanwhile has been curated by Exec Chef Andrew Lasseter, featuring a number of brand new dishes, dim sum, small plates, large plates, show stopping desserts and innovative cocktails. This is the group’s fifth restaurant, with Tattu already a popular choice in Manchester, Leeds, Edinburgh and Birmingham.
The Ivy Asia, Mayfair – Opened April
For stylish dining, you can’t go wrong with The Ivy Asia, Mayfair. Open 7 days a week and offering something for everyone, diners will love the striking gold bar, signature flooring and colourful walls. Including open kitchen, sushi counter and bi-folding doors leading to five alfresco tables, the menu from Exec Chef Simon Gregory features dishes that take guests on a journey around Asia. Aromatic half crispy duck with pancakes and The Ivy Asia black shell are among the highlights, as well as the Wagyu beef truffle yakiniku – pictured.
Itaku – Opened March
Hotly anticipated new restaurant Itaku by celebrity restaurateur Jean-Bernard Fernandez-Versini opened on London’s Great Portland Street in March, featuring a unique produce-driven menu of Italian cuisine created utilising Japanese flavours and techniques. The new vibrant and colourful destination joins Fernandez-Versini’s well-established Fitzrovia and Marylebone eateries with a kitchen led by head chef Ivan Simeoli whose CV includes a stint in the kitchen at Massimo Bottura’s revolutionary, three Michelin-starred Modena restaurant, Osteria Francescana in Italy.
Nicholas Medicamento, previously a bartender at the Savoy’s American Bar, is in charge of curating the cocktail menu that features traditional favourites alongside innovative signature drinks and low and no-alcohol options. The intimate dining space has 55 covers spread over one level while the white marbled flooring and huge skylight towards the back of the room provides a sense of openness offset by the dark furniture and gold accents. For guests who are short on time but keen to discover the new menu, Simeoli has created a set lunch menu offering a compact selection of Itaku signature dishes with a choice of two or three courses, priced at £25 and £29.
Revolve Brasserie – Opened March
Revolve Brasserie in Broadgate, is inspired by the infamous beautiful brasseries of Paris and New York and features a rotating guest chef programme! Classic dishes with a twist are offered through the week, while the weekends see the space transformed into a lively hotspot with celebrity chefs. Lee Westcott (formerly of Michelin-starred Pensons and The Typing Room) opened the series, followed by John Javier (17 Little Portland St, Formerly of MASTER, Sydney), Josh Eggleton (Michelin-starred Pony Restaurant Group), Anna Hansen (Formerly of The Modern Pantry) and the newly-appointed two Michelin-starred Gareth Ward of Ynyshir Restaurant and Rooms. You get the picture! Check out our review of Revolve here.
Lisboeta by Nuno Mendes – Opened Feb
Internationally renowned chef and author Nuno Mendes is back in town and brings with him the tastes of Lisbon at his new restaurant, Lisboeta. Located in a charming Fitzrovia townhouse on Charlotte Street, the all-day snack menu allows Londoners to experience the very best of Portuguese cuisine. Lunch and dinner are a communal affair with large sharing dishes for the table inspired by the popular ‘tasca’ (casual Portuguese eater) of Lisbon, all with Nuno’s original take. The wine list also focuses on local producers in the Lisboa and sub-regions, highlighting long-standing winemakers alongside exciting new brands. If you’re dreaming of a Portuguese escape, this is the place.
Blacklock Covent Garden – Opened Feb
Blacklock Covent Garden is new on the block, following on from the success fo the original chophouse in Soho which opened 7 years ago. You can now taste the best sustainably-reared meat that the country has to offer in the very heart of London Town. with all of Blacklock’s meats high-quality, dry-aged, and straight from Cornwall where the cows are reared by farmer and butcher, Philip Warren. The menu at Blacklock’s latest outpost features recognisably hearty dishes such as the ‘All In’ – the award-winning Sunday Roast and not to mention the dreamy White Chocolate Cheesecake. A great choice for both lunch and dinner.
Terra – Opened Feb
You’ll be spoiled for choice at Eataly London’s fourth and final restaurant Terra. With a menu which covers it all from antipasti to a market selection of fish, meat and vegetables, they’re all cooked on a traditional Italian grill, visible from the dining room. The wine list is just as impressive with over 2,000 labels from its neighbouring wine shop Il Vino. The vibrant restaurant is conveniently located next to Liverpool Street station at 135 Bishopsgate.
Lahpet – Opened Feb
Lahpet started as a food truck in Maltby Street by London’s Tower Bridge in 2017 before opening in Shoreditch and quickly solidifying itself as some of the best Burmese food in the capital. Founders Dan Anton and Zaw Mahesh expanded to Covent Garden back in February, serving up their well-loved classics alongside new regional specialities and dishes inspired by the street food of the cities of Myanmar. Lahpet West End spans two floors along with a large heated terrace and bar on the first floor so you can delight in their new cocktail menu. A new wine list supplied by Liberty Wines will be on offer, with a craft beer offering also available. Head to their website to find out more information.
Restaurant 1890 – Opened Feb
Overlooking The Savoy Hotel entrance, Gordon Ramsay’s Restaurant 1890 is one of our hottest restaurants for 2022. The tasting menu is seasonal modern French with European influences and comes with vintage wines menu to match. The kitchen is headed up by the talented Executive Head Chef, James Sharp, who has most recently been cooking as Senior Sous Chef at Michelin-starred Pétrus, also by Gordon Ramsay. Restaurant 1890 offers an intimate and elevated experience, opening for dinner only and seating 26 guests. Go all out and indulge in the exquisite tasting menu priced at £110 per person and bespoke wine pairing options available. Book now.
Poke House – Opened Dec
Bringing Californian soul and instagrammable interiors to London, there have been four new openings for Poke House this year. The new restaurants are now open in Spitalfields, Victoria, Canary Wharf and Bloomberg Arcade with further expansion and 15 new London sites already planned! Feast on famous poke bowls like Heat Wave with tricolour quinoa, juicy salmon, fresh avocado, cucumber, red onion, spicy mayo, coriander and sesame seeds… and the Sunny Salmon with a luscious serving of sushi white rice, juicy salmon, fresh avocado, edamame, red cabbage, special dressing, avocado cream and sesame seeds.
Mano Mayfair – Opened Dec
Mano Mayfair is a must-visit. Fusing Latin American vibes with 50’s St. Tropez, and featuring an incredible jungle themed exterior, inside, there’s more of the gorgeous designer interiors, with the main restaurant featuring a gold ceiling and mirrored walls. With Brazilian Japanese cuisine at the heart, you can feast on sharing plates like carne seca bun (dried beef in a home-made Brazilian bun); smoked picanha with yakiniku Sauce (Brazil’s national steak, hickory smoked with a traditional Japanese sauce); and Luciana’s signature moqueca (Brazilian seafood stew with coconut milk & grilled seabass). Alongside the food, the beats are served with DJs playing deep house music Thursdays to Saturdays. Incredible cocktails and sake will complete the overall hedonistic vibe. Follow them on Instagram, here.
LaLee at The Cadogan – Opened Dec
The LaLee at The Cadagon opened in Chelsea at the end of last year, but deserves a spot on our hottest restaurants of 2022! The all day café restaurant features a gorgeous menu curated by Exec Chef Chris Hill (formerly of Whatley Manor and The Ritz) and includes high quality dishes featuring locally sourced ingredients. Small plates like Burrata with Pumpkin and Pomegranate and Lobster Cocktail, or a sharing platter of fresh Oysters will tempt the tastebuds along with mains like Aubergine Parmigiana, Steak Frites with Béarnaise Sauce, Wiener Schnitzel and Seabream Carpaccio. Cocktails come served with a little bit of theatre and are inspired by Chelsea socialite Lillie Langrtry’s London escapades, while 80 wines are served by the glass so you’ll be spoiled for choice!
The Chelsea Pig – Opened Dec
The Chelsea Pig designed by the world renowned Timothy Oulton is now open on Old Church Street. If you’ve ever visited in the past, you’ll know The Chelsea Pig has its own vibe and a great crowd, now further elevated by the new, stand out interiors. The all day dining menu features classic British dishes created by Head Chef Fionnan Flood using local ingredients. How about Fish Pie to share, Cornish Hen Pot Roastwith herb and suet dumplings or Hereford Dry-Aged Rib-Eye with treacle marinade and café de Paris hollandaise?! Sundays meanwhile will play host to the classic roast with all the trimmings. For design fans and foodies all across London, The Chelsea Pig is on our must-visit-this-month list.
The Pig’s Head, Opened Dec
Clapham’s latest pro-planet pub is The Pig’s Head offering a farm to fork experience at the site of the former Rectory. With sustainable drinks that ‘don’t cost the earth’, the menu offers up daily a la carte delights like fried Cooley gold oyster with smoked seafood mayo and the house special – crispy pig’s head. Sharing boards along with veggie and vegan dishes will ensure there’s something for everyone, while the interiors feel rustic with exposed pillars and original timber walls. The Pig’s Head comes from Maria and Scott Hunter who are behind some of London’s best loved dining pubs. Check out the website here and their Instagram here.
Sarap Filipino Bistro – Opened Dec
Slowed roasted whole suckling pig – now how good does that sound?! Sarap Filipino Bistro in collaboration with The PEPPER Collective is one of our faves on Heddon Street, following on from the success of Brixton’s Sarap BAon which opened last year. With sleek and industrial interiors, Budgie Montoya’s menu showcases cuisine from the Phillipines like never before. While the Lechon suckling pig has to be ordered in advance (serving 4-6 people), other modern interpretations of classic Filipino dishes include Rellenong Crispy Pata (twice cooked adobo pork rice stuffed trotter), Escabeche (grilled monkfish, sweet and sour red pepper sauce, pickled peppers) and Adobo Pork Rice – Jasmine rice cooked in adobo sauce, pork hock. Wash down with their brilliant selection of cocktails and beers.
Jacuzzi – Opening January 2023
Here’s something to put in the diary for next year! Jacuzzi from Big Mamma Group will open in West London in January following in the footsteps of Gloria, Circolo Popolare and Ave Mario. The new venue will be a luxurious 4 story pleasure palace including a Sicilian mezzanine with retractable roof on the third floor and a glitter ball disco toilets in the basement. As always with Big Mamma Group, you can expect some naughtiness, along with excellent food. We’re already salivating thinking about their lobster risotto with half lobster, clams, red gurnard and cuttlefish and a colossal truffle pasta for two with fresh black truffle, truffle cream and parmigiano foam, in a 4kg wheel of pecorino. We’ll keep you posted on the exact opening deets as soon as we have them!