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London: Top new Eating Hotspots.

Figuring out which newly opened restaurants are worth visiting can be a toughy. Check out on some of our favourite new openings lately and the “what’s what” of the London eating scene.

Consider it your personal hot list.

TEA ROOMS AT THE BUN HOUSE, LONDONTea Rooms at the Bun House is a 1960’s Hong Kong inspired tea rooms serving up gourmet Cantonese forgotten favourites. Hidden away underneath the Bun House, the Tea Room is accessed by a separate door, delivering an intimate drinking location, centred in the heart of London’s Soho, Greek Street.

TEMAKINHO: A JAPANESE-BRAZILIAN RESTAURANTTemakinho is a craze we’ve heard of while visiting Italy and never having the time to stop in. We knew it was only time before this Brazilian and Japanese infused chain migrated. Temakinho now opens on Old Compton Street, Soho bringing a little life back to the Japanese offering in London.Temakinho who have home bases in Rome and Milan have become go-to for a young, trendy and particular clientele and we have no doubt this will continue as they globalise.

HOPPERSHoppers in a new town and offering up their‘feast menu’ for just £28.50 a head, this family-style Sri Lankan cuisine restaurant offers an exotic cocktails list served against a bright, attractive backdrop.

Little Quiet by Disappearing Dining Club– Little Quiet is the brainchild of pop-up restaurant specialists Disappearing Dining Club. The restaurant tucked away on a small side street near Barbican, only seats 16 guests and takes up residence in an abandoned wine cellar.

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