Eclectic, glamorous, fun, fresh—the superlatives available to describe London’s ever-growing restaurant scene are endless. And it doesn’t show signs of slowing down soon—the latest restaurants that have opened in the capital are light on fads and heavy on substance, quickly securing loyal fans for their quality and vibe. From a former food stall that's got the city hooked on Taiwanese buns to Yotam Ottolenghi's latest exploration into the flavors of "modern-day Jerusalem," the city's menus may be at their most innovative yet. These are the latest spots worth planning a visit around.
Bridget Arsenault is the associate editor, print and digital at Vanity Fair UK. and the co-director of the Bright Young Things Film Club. She covers the U.K. beat for Travel + Leisure; follow her on Twitter at @bridget_ruth.