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3 New Food Spots to Visit in London
| 03 Feb

Casual dining restaurants are constantly popping up around London offering new and exotic cuisines. We’ve picked three of London’s newest and hottest food spots for you to visit for their bold and flavoursome menus and their snap-worthy interior design. 

1) Corazón (Soho, W1F 8QR)

Sat within the heart of Soho, Corazón is a new casual dining spot offering authentic Mexican comfort food. Corazón specialises in bold and flavoursome tacos, serving around 10 variations from chorizo to duck, developed by head chef Paul Daniel.

Interior Design

The Mexican restaurant’s interior design takes inspiration from the art deco style of LA and Mexico. The atmosphere is friendly and relaxed through use of communal benches, vibrant plant life and a soft colour palette of mint, baby blue and avocado green.

2) Duck Duck Goose (Brixton, SW9 8PQ)

Located at Pop Brixton, Duck Duck Goose is a new Cantonese barbeque restaurant founded by Oli Brown, former head chef of Le Café Anglais. The menu takes inspiration from Brown’s experience working in Hong Kong and features classic street food dishes using duck, pork and goose. All of Duck Duck Goose’s meat is air-dried making for a unique talking point.

Interior Design

Duck Duck Goose’s interior design focuses on the marriage of a complimentary colour scheme – navy blue and vibrant orange – combined with wooden school-style chairs and salmon-coloured bench seating. The modern Cantonese restaurant takes inspiration from old school Hong Kong cafes and roast meat shops.

3) Tank & Paddle (East London, EC3R 7AA)

Tank & Paddle brings fresh, stone-baked pizza and locally brewed craft beer to the people of East London. The new concept bar delivers an enticing menu offering including your classic Margherita and heart-warming mac ‘n’ cheese.

Interior Design

Tank & Paddle adopts an industrial-styled interior design using an abundance of light woods and metals from the counters to communal seating. Warm spot-lighting helps to establish an inviting environment whilst large black tanks – filled with craft beer- take centre stage.

By Dawood Pathan

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