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Coal Rooms

Coal Rooms

The Coal Rooms is the latest in a slew of openings cementing Peckham’s unlikely status as London’s new gastro…

Nuala

Nuala

Nuala is named for chef Niall Davidson’s little sister, and every detail of the restaurant speaks to the deep…

Rochelle Canteen

Rochelle Canteen

Margot Henderson knows a thing or two about cooking—her husband, Fergus, owns London nose-to-tail staple St. John Bread and…

Roganic

Roganic

Finally, a brick-and-mortar manifestation of Simon Rogan’s beloved pop-up, with most of the original staff making a return. Roganic’s…

The Coach

The Coach

French bistro meets British gastro at the upscale boozer the Coach. The dining area is English elegant, which is…

Little Duck Picklery

Little Duck Picklery

If three chefs wanted to abandon their basement kitchen and tinker around with jars and ferments and natural wines…

The Engineer

The Engineer

In a city heaving with pubs, The Engineer—in pastel-pretty Primrose Hill—is top of the list. Open seven days a…

Quo Vadis

Quo Vadis

Quo Vadis is a classic private club, but the downstairs dining room is open to the public and a…

Picture Fitzrovia

Picture Fitzrovia

With its short, seasonal menu, and its no-frills neighborhood vibe, Picture is made for return visits. Tucked away in…

Anglo

Anglo

Beautiful, Modern British is what you can expect at this new Farringdon joint. The dark, spare space, decorated almost…