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London’s Latest Restaurant Openings
Team Offbeat | 06 Sep

Seven Dials Market

Street food connoisseurs, Kerb, are set to open their first bricks and mortar site this weekend. Situated in a former banana factory in Seven Dials, the new flagship site is essentially an indoor food market showcasing 25 food and drink vendors. ‘Cucumber Lane’ will feature some of London’s finest produce, whilst ‘Banana Warehouse’ will host street food traders from the likes of Monty’s Deli, Club Mexicana and Claw.

The stylish interior utilises Italian terrazzo marble counters, orange leather stools and a pink elevator to transport you around the building! We can’t wait!


Following a successful £500,000 crowdfund, Doug McMaster’s zero waste restaurant, Silo, is relocating from Brighton to London. The sustainability-focused restaurant is set to open alongside Crate Brewery in Hackney this October. The regularly changing menu will feature a selection of dishes utilising wonky fruit and veg served alongside natural, biodynamic wines sourced from local, artisanal producers.

Designed by Nina Woodcroft and material conservationist Seetal Solanki, the interior will feature a large open kitchen and counter made from recycled glass bottles. Watch this space for the grand opening!

Sons and Daughters

Pidgin founders, James Ramsden and Sam Herlihy are opening a fast-casual sandwich bar concept based in trendy Coal Drops Yard, King’s Cross. S&D will be dishing up posh sandwiches including chicken and miso mayonnaise bloomers, mortadella focaccias and tenderstem broccoli baguettes. Transitioning through to the evening, finger sandwiches with sides of pickles and siracha salted fries will feature alongside cocktails and soft serve ice-cream. Sounds delish!

By Charlotte Phillips

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