4 amazing restaurants to try in London this Autumn

Lon­don has one of the best food scenes in the world, and its con­stant­ly chang­ing land­scape means that com­ing to Lon­don at dif­fer­ent times can open you to whole new worlds of cui­sine and menus. In this guide we’ll show you some of our favourite restau­rants to vis­it in Lon­don this Autumn from a vari­ety of cuisines.

Sambal Shiok Laksa Bar

Run by chef-restau­ra­teur Mandy Yin, Sam­bal Shiok was orig­i­nal­ly a street food pop­up in 2013, then a 6-month pop up, and to final­ly a per­ma­nent loca­tion on Hol­loway Road. This is the first ded­i­cat­ed lak­sa bar in the UK, a rich coconut-milk broth which plays host to com­plex­i­ty, steady heat, and can be served with prawns,chicken or tofu.

Cornerstone

Anoth­er great new restau­rant in Lon­don, Cor­ner­stone is the debut restau­rant from Tom Brown, who was head chef at Nathan Outlaw’s restau­rant, but chose to leave to pur­sue his own solo ven­ture. The restau­rant is locat­ed in Hack­ney Wick and is build around a cen­tral open kitchen where he serves adven­tur­ous small plates focused on few hero ingre­di­ents, with seafood the cen­ter of atten­tion.

St Leonards

Run by two amaz­ing chefs — Andrew Clarke and Jack­son Box­er — this Shored­itch hotspot is part of the grow­ing wood grill com­mu­ni­ty.  The aim of the restau­rant is to cre­ate a high-sum­mer after­noon in Sus­sex, in the cen­tre of Lon­don. Pair­ing the tech­ni­cal prepa­ra­tion and pri­mal cook­ing of lamb legs, roast­ed ducks, fish, and more, grilled and cooked over fire.

Kyseri

A new take on turk­ish cui­sine, Kyseri is a play on the turk­ish province of Kay­seri which has a very unique food cul­ture. This restau­rant focus­es on Turk­ish pas­tas, made fresh every­day. Using sim­ple, but the best, ingre­di­ents to make amaz­ing home cooked style meals.

Offi­cial Pho­to of Kyseri used as fea­ture image.