Hottest Restaurants in London this Fall

As the evenings draw in we can’t think of a better place to be than sitting inside one of London’s newest restaurants with a bottle of wine, a handful of friends and a big plate of something delicious. At Anderson Hoare we help our clients find their perfect private PA and if there’s one thing a private assistant needs to know at the drop of a hat it’s where to book for dinner. We spoke to our team of private PAs and this is where they’ll be booking for themselves, and their principals, this autumn:

@Cavita.restaurante – renown chef Adriana Cavita’s first solo restaurant in which she creates incredible dishes that celebrate the best of the Mexico’s vibrant flavours, colours and textures. Located in a townhouse on Wigmore street, Cavita has its own bar in the basement in which a whole ton of agave hooch is ready to go into either cocktails or shot glasses. – Set across three floors, Lisboeta embodies the dining culture of Lisbon, where Michelin Starred chef Nuno Mendes tells the stories of Portugal’s rich gastronomic heritage through the food, wine and produce at the heart of the Lisboa region. The vibe is
casual and relaxed, go once and we guarantee you’ll want to go again.

@honeyandcobloomsbury – After vacating their cosy premises on Warren Street in the spring, Itamar Srulovich and Sarit Packer have reimagined Honey & Co’s flagship — a similarly warm, welcoming now-larger cafe-dining room on Lamb’s Conduit Street. Smart and imaginative dishes, like a mackerel salad with potato, pickled celery, harissa, and preserved lemon; or a crisped lamb shoulder with crushed fresh peas, rocket, mint, feta, and urfa butter demonstrate both chef’s continued commitment to tradition, innovation, and deliciousness. Don’t sleep on first-rate freshly baked pita and a spectacular range of cakes and sweet, spiced bakes.

@mambow_ldn – A brilliant unique and modern Malaysian restaurant & wine bar in Peckham run by chef Abby Lee. You’ll find it at the back of ‘Market’, the fancy new co-working space/cultural hub opposite Peckham Rye Station and in general everything about it is pretty casual, except the food. The menu is small but packed full of flavour and all of the dishes – which can be eaten solo or shared – are expertly balanced, cooked to perfection and unlikely to be ever forgotten. Perfect if you are in the mood for an off the beaten track type of venue.

Reviews referenced from London Eater, The Nudge and The Guardian Online