Hotdinners has recently published its latest list of upcoming London restaurants that are set to open soon. If you’re a food enthusiast and always on the lookout for new dining experiences, these upcoming establishments will surely pique your interest. From Italian cuisine to German beer halls, seafood delights, and more, London’s culinary scene continues to evolve with exciting additions. Capcon Ltd, a leading provider of specialised hospitality sector compliance related services, is thrilled to introduce these upcoming restaurants to food lovers across the city.
Openings in July 2023:
Location: Hamilton Pl, London W1J 7DR
Yannick Alléno, a top French chef with an impressive 15 Michelin stars to his name, brings his culinary artistry to Pavyllon London, Four Seasons. This highly anticipated restaurant offers a British expression of Alléno’s signature modern French dishes. Prepare to be amazed by the fusion of French and British flavours.
Location: 45 Park Ln, London W1K 1PN
Sushi Kanesaka, led by renowned sushi chef Shinji Kanesaka, presents an extraordinary omakase experience. With only 13 seats available, the restaurant offers an intimate setting attended by a team of expert chefs, sommeliers, and hosts. Prepare to be enchanted by the finest sushi creations.
Location: Fitzrovia – Old Spitalfields Market, London E1 6EW
Chef Alexis Gauthier introduces two exciting concepts in Fitzrovia. At the front, 123V Bakery will entice visitors with delectable baked goods, while Studio Gauthier at the back offers a dining experience known as “Gauthier Lite.” With two unique offerings in one location, this is a culinary destination not to be missed.
Location: National Portrait Gallery, St Martin’s Pl, London WC2H 0HE
Top Irish chef Richard Corrigan takes over the rooftop restaurant at the National Portrait Gallery. Experience Corrigan’s classic dishes, including the renowned fish pie, while enjoying breath-taking views of Trafalgar Square. The reopening of the gallery marks the arrival of this exceptional dining establishment.
Location: Tate Modern, National Portrait Gallery, St Martin’s Pl, London WC2H 0HE
Tate Modern welcomes Corner, a new bar and cafe, along with a stunning riverside terrace. Expect an international menu with a focus on British suppliers. Whether you’re exploring the art at the gallery or simply looking for a delightful dining experience, Corner is the place to be.
Capcon Services to Restaurants:
Capcon specialises in helping restaurants and bars drive revenue growth and enhance profitability through our comprehensive services. With expertise in stock control, we enable restaurants to calculate cost of goods sold, track ingredient loss, minimise food waste, and identify theft and misconduct. Our inventory management systems provide real-time visibility and key indicators to optimise margins and efficiency.
Capcon also empowers restaurant staff through comprehensive training, ensuring exceptional customer service and reducing risks. Additionally, we offer pre-employment screening to ensure the quality of hires and mitigate recruitment-related risks.
With Capcon’s tailored solutions, restaurants and bars can enhance performance, protect profits, and drive overall business success.