New to Bookatable: London’s top picks

This week, we have rounded up our top picks of restaurants that are new to Bookatable. From the iconic Hard Rock Café to the sumptuous Indian haunt, Patri Ealing, here are a few London-based eateries that we have spotted on our feeds.

Patri Ealing Book Patri Ealing

An exquisite showcase of Indian cuisine, Patri in Ealing serves dishes influenced by the artisanal street food delicacies found aboard New Delhi trains. Enjoy the warmth of mutton ishtu alongside a range of chaat while cooling off with a traditional mango lassi.

Daffodil Mulligan Book Daffodil Mulligan

Acclaimed Chef Richard Corrigan has brought together an experienced team of globally recognised chefs, John Nugent and Tony Gibney, to form Daffodil Mulligan. Situated in trendy Shoreditch, the restaurant boasts warm hospitality and live music to go along with its superb Irish-inspired à la carte.

Davies & Brook Book Davies & Brook

Daniel Humm brings his exceptional flair to Davies & Brook at the renowned Claridge’s in Mayfair. Coming from 3-Michelin-starred Eleven Madison Park in New York City, enjoy his internationally influenced twists on seasonal British dishes.

Restaurant Michael Nadra Book Restaurant Michael Nadra – Chiswick

Michelin Plate-awarded Restaurant Michael Nadra has a suave spot set up in Chiswick, serving up diners elegant British and European dishes.  Sample the celebrity chef’s offering with a 6-course tasting menu alongside an impressive range of international wines.

Hard Rock Café Book Hard Rock Café – Marble Arch

You don’t need to be caked in black eyeliner to visit Hard Rock Café in Marble Arch, but you can appreciate yesteryear’s rock and roll memorabilia while savouring American-style burgers and fries. Rock on!

Homeslice Book Homeslice Fitzrovia

Home to the renowned giant 20-inch pizzas and two-hand-wielding slices, Homeslice boasts hand-rolled dough cooked to perfection in wood-fired ovens. Get your pizza fix at their sites across the capital, from Fitzrovia to Shoreditch, White City and Marylebone.

Lahori Church Street Book Lahori Church Street

Found in a stylish, contemporary setting adorned with a pink neon sign just beckoning for an Instagram feature, Lahori Church Street offers some of London’s finest Pakistani and Indian cuisine. From spicy karahi dishes to kebabs and butter chicken, explore authentic flavours inspired by Lahore.


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El Pirata Book El Pirata

Tucked away in the heart of Mayfair, this iconic Spanish gem serves up authentic hot and cold tapas along with Spanish wines. Frequented by celebrities, visitors and Londoners alike, El Pirata brings people together over great food in its cosy setting.

Wahlburgers Book Wahlburgers

Another USA great has joined the London ranks and this time, it’s from the Wahlberg brothers. Chef Paul and Donnie, and silver screen star, Mark Wahlberg offer up family-inspired recipes and American favourites in the first London Wahlburgers outpost.


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Have you tried our special Burger partnered with @thefelixproject and @greenhousesports yet? We create a special burger quarterly for you to enjoy. £1 from the sale of each burger is given to The Felix Project! . . 🇬🇧 Hello London. Welcome to Wahlburgers! Our menu is all about family childhood favourites made even more delicious for guests . 💚 We’ve partnered with @thefelixproject and @greenhousesports! For every ‘Felix Burger’ purchased, we’ll be donating £1 to help us fight food waste and hunger . 🐮 Paul’s fave: The Our Burger 🥓Donnie’s fave: BBQ Bacon 🦃 Mark’s fave: Thanksgiving Burger 💁🏻‍♀️ Mom’s fave: Mom’s Sloppy Joe . 📍8-9 James Street, Covent Garden, WC2E 8BH . ⏰ Opening hours 8am-late seven days

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