new restaurants in sw london



We know which way the wind is blowing this autumn, especially when it comes to yummy food! Here’s a host of brand new restaurants opening in south west London 

Several new restaurants are set to open this autumn, including Oxeye in Embassy Gardens. MasterChef: The Professionals winner Sven-Hanson Britt is the chef behind it and will combine a restaurant celebrating British famers and artisans, a bar and a gallery. Dishes on offer include the likes of Park Farm Portland Sheep with fresh seaweed or Hen of the Woods with smoked eel. 

Also opening is West 4th in Parsons Green, bringing Canada’s West Coast to London – with the classic Canadian poutine on the menu!

Pizza masters Zia Lucia is opening in Balham. 

Meanwhile, renowned interior designer Timothy Oulton is creating the interiors of The Chelsea Pig for an October relaunch of the historic pub. 

And Two Dogs continues its collaboration with Bread & Roses pub in Clapham, with its Instaworthy gourmet corn dogs including dogzilla with wasabi sauce. Also in Clapham, patty perfectionists MEATliquor are opening up in the Old Town. 

Coppa Club is coming to Putney, with a November launch date. We’re looking forward to cocktails by the river from one of its iconic igloos!

The popular London restaurant Tapas Brindisa is set to open in Richmond. Offering all the typical flavours and atmosphere of a Spanish tapas bar, the dining room will feature an open kitchen with counter seating as well as more intimate booths, while river views will be on offer from a conservatory. Its Bodega Room will be home to a range of Spanish cheeses, Ibérico hams and rare wines.

And Clapham’s popular eateries Cairo Kitchen and Eco Pizza will be heading to Kingston’s Charter Quay by the river!

We can’t wait…

All images courtesy of West 4th