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The Hottest Restaurant Launches In London

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London’s food news and most exciting openings this month

Plant Base


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Mildreds has revamped its Camden restaurant and the new site brings a fresh, bold and modern feel to the buzzy Jamestown Road. Expect a selection of innovative plant-based dishes such as wild mushroom tortellini with caramelised leek cream, cumberland sausage and mash as well as spiced sticky toffee with date molasses. Brand-new Prix Fixe and Cocktail Club menus are available on weekdays from 12-6pm.

Indian Vibes


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As Dishoom opens new eateries in Covent Garden and Battersea Power Station, we returned to our favourite outpost in Kensington. The Art Deco interior is endlessly glamorous, the ruby chicken can’t be beaten – and the garlic naan could well be London’s finest.

New local


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Sommelier Honey Spencer and partner Charlie Sims have opened Sune, a neighbourhood restaurant at the foot of Broadway Market. Sune is a stripped-back space designed to transform throughout the day, from a sun-fi lled spot for weekday lunch, and weekend brunch, to an intimate dinner destination.

Seasons Sipping


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Shoreditch restaurant Manteca has launched its own blend wine, alongside a carefully crafted amaro, or
Italian herbal liqueur. Straight from the vineyards of southern Italy, the wine is a blend of Sicilian varietals from co- operative Valdibella’s 2022 vintage. Named ‘volume one’, it is an aromatic, and textured white wine with notes of honeysuckle and white stone fruit.

From The Source


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Just opened in Hammersmith is Faber, a sustainability-focused neighbourhood restaurant. Everything on the menu from the day’s catch to the cocktail menu is sustainably sourced and supports the local economy – and it’s all delivered by electric vehicle.

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Mark Kebble

Mark's career in journalism started in 2001 when he landed a role on a small lifestyle magazine in Angel, North London. Soon enough, the magazine was purchased by a larger organisation and Mark found himself promoted to editor at the tender age of 23. He later became group editor, working on magazines for Angel, Crouch End, Muswell Hill and Highgate. He was also involved in a launch in Hadley Wood and a major new group website, later becoming Group Hub Editor. In 2021, Mark joined Zest Media Group and oversaw the launch of many Absolutely titles across the UK. To date, Mark has launched in Berkshire, Buckinghamshire, Hertfordshire, Sussex, Essex, Yorkshire and Cheshire. When he does have some free time, Mark is also the Chairman of an amateur football club in Surrey and is also a fully qualified FA football coach.
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