Always on the hunt for new London restaruants?
We’ve got a treat for you this week.
Flavours from all over the world are arriving in the capital, including delicious Japanese, Cuban and South African cuisine.
So if you fancy a brunch with some added kick or the best Cuban sandwich this side of the Atlantic, keep reading.
Like margaritas at brunch? You’ll love Daffodil Mulligan’s Margarita Brunch in Old Street.
Free-flow margs, including the Mexican Molly with jalapeno and kiwi, are £25pp, while unmissable large plates include Wood-fire Baked Crab Mac (£32).
Yakitori has been flooding Insta feeds lately and new kid on the block Junsei, in Marylebone, will fulfil all your Japanese grilled-skewer fantasies.
Chef Aman Lakhiani uses every part of the chicken but you’ll also find grilled vegetables and more.
For the best Cuban sandwich outside of Havana (piled with pork, ham, Swiss cheese, pickles and mustard), head to new bar-restaurant La Rampa, off Oxford Circus.
Inspired by the vibrant 1950s era, you’ll also find rum cocktails and music.
Next month sees the London opening of Kudu Grill, focusing on the South African braai.
This wood and charcoal grill will be used to sizzling effect on dishes such as scorched potato flatbread with lardo and dry-aged T-bone.
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