Here are London’s top-rated new restaurants 

Everyone loves a fancy meal out but it’s especially exciting when you enter a new and highly regarded restaurant.  

Here are our top picks for the best new restaurants in London as well as some tips for arriving in style. 

Café Cecilia  

This dazzling gem in Hackney blends the charm of a neighbourhood bistro with a classy nod to the chef’s Dublin heritage.  

Since its opening in 2021 under Max Rocha, this venue has quickly become a smash hit, showcasing simple yet exquisite dishes.  

Whether it’s the onglet steak, the Guinness cake, or the sage-and-anchovy fritti that captures your heart, there’s something for everyone to rave about! 


A culinary haven for fans of Perilla, Morchella has been captivating diners with modern twists on classic Mediterranean cuisine.  

The menu, intriguingly concise with dishes described in no more than three words, belies the lavishness of Morchella’s cooking. 

This restaurant promises delightful surprises with each serving.  

The seemingly simple ‘pork jowl’ transforms into a luxurious experience with its crispy, gooey flesh accompanied by layers of sweet pink quince and thick onion jam.  

Meanwhile, the ‘salt cod churros’ rest atop an unexpected, robust sauce, and ‘egg, spinach and chickpeas’ come generously topped with cream and oversized sourdough croutons, making each dish a discovery in itself. 


Located in Soho, Donia emerges from the creators of Kentish Town’s beloved Panadera Bakery and Mamasons Dirty Ice Cream, introducing a compact yet masterfully curated menu of vibrant, richly flavoured modern Filipino dishes.  

Among its offerings are prawn and pork dumplings accompanied by white crab, thick-cut sea bream kinilaw, a hearty lobster ginataan bathed in a creamy coconut and pumpkin sauce, and a sensational lamb shoulder caldereta pie, each dish a testament to culinary brilliance. 

Getting to the restaurant in style 

Our drivers are style experts – they’ve delivered hundreds of customers to fancy restaurants across London for years. 

Here are their key tips: 

  1. Dress fancy – looking good always seems to make the food taste better. 
  1. Arrive on time – there’s nothing like turning up late to find your table has been taken. 
  1. Arrive in a classy car – imagine the impression you’ll make on everyone in the restaurant when you turn up in an E-Class driven by a professional, well-dressed driver. 

We can’t help you with your wardrobe choices, but we can certainly assist with the other two tips. 

Our drivers will get you to the restaurant on time in our fleet of highly-maintained, clean, comfortable cars. 

To book your car, click here. Or call 01737 224545 

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