Five New London Openings from July

A mix of cheap eats, street food and an Indian restaurant from France make up London’s top 5 new openings from July in this latest article!

Arcade Theatre, Tottenham Court Road

Opened – 18th July 2019
Rating – 4/5
Price – £

The new and most-talked about foodie hangout for 2019 has come to Tottenham Court Road at the ground floor of the iconic Centre Point building. Arcade Theatre hosts a range of high-end street food options including the infamous Katsu Sando from Tou, fresh pasta from Pastorcito and delicious modern Turkish food from Oklava. With a 360 degrees bar in the centre and great cocktail menu to match, this is definitely a place to go after work this summer.

Flor, London Bridge

Opened – 11th July 2019
Rating – 4.8/5
Price – ££

Renowned Shoreditch based restaurant Lyle’s which sits in the world’s top 50 restaurants have opened their second venue in London, this time by Borough Market. Offering a triple delight of bakery, wine bar and restaurant, Flor’s is a less-expensive option than Lyle’s but offering a unique and delicious menu which changes daily. Expect fresh bread and pastries to innovative menu to suit all tastes using seasonal ingredients. When next passing Borough Market, walk pass the street food stalls and head to Flor, you won’t be disappointed.

Stampa, Mayfair

Opened – July 2019
Rating – 4.6/5
Price – £

Now whenever a new place opens in Mayfair, I immediately think how much will this menu cost? However, Stampa has come to save us all with a low-cost but high-quality pasta café in the heart of Mayfair which is getting a lot of attention. Expect authentic Italian dishes and fresh pasta such as Wild Boar Ragu at lunchtime and evening with pastries and coffee’s served in the morning. With pasta dishes starting at as little as just under £7, this is a café that all pasta lovers in London should be adding to their list.

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Nandine, Camberwell

Opened – 4th July 2019
Rating – 4.8/5
Price – £

Another cheap eat opening from July which is wowing Londonders at present. Nandine is a coffee shop and café which has opened in Camberwell that is serving up authentic Middle Eastern flavours from their Sujuk & Smashed Avocado Kurdish Burger to Mezze meat plates to fill you up for the day at lunchtime. For those in South-East London next, head to Nandine for a flavour-packed lunch.

Tsaretta Spice, Twickenham

Opened – July 2019
Rating – 4.5/5
Price – ££

I’m always on the lookout for a new Indian restaurant in London and Tsaretta Spice in Twickenham is the new one to try from London’s latest restaurants. This is their second site they have opened after their original in France and makes this their first in the UK. Be ready to expect bold flavours, seasonal menu and Indian tapas as a dining option as well, this is certainly one I’m looking forward to trying, specifically their seafood options which look and sound delicious.

Let me know if you have been to any new places I’ve missed this month by messaging on Instagram @londonfoodie1!