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The Top 5 London Restaurants That Opened in March

It’s that time again folks! Here are the most significant restaurant openings from March.

5. Scully

An ex-Nopi head chef opened a unique restaurant in St. James’ Market, fusing influences as diverse as Middle Eastern, Russian and European.

Everything you need to know: Scully


4. Public Woolwich Market

The Street Feast team did it again, transforming a formerly disused space into a thriving street food hotspot. We loved feasting on fluffy bao and doughnuts with melting centres.

Everything you need to know: Public Woolwich Market


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3. Sapling

A wine-driven neighbourhood restaurant opened in Dalston serving up dreamy bar food including langoustines, oysters and steak tartare.

Everything you need to know: Sapling 


2. Leroy

Ellory, one of London’s best modern British restaurants may have closed but the guys behind it have opened up Leroy to keep us all happy. This time it’s a Parisian style wine bar in Shoreditch.

Everything you need to know: Leroy


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1. BRAT

Yep, it’s so good they’re shouting the name at us. BRAT is definitely the most exciting opening of the month from chef Tomos Parry. It focuses on wood fuelled barbecue cooking and if you haven’t seen a photo of their grilled turbot on Instagram by now then you must’ve been living under a rock.

Everything you need to know: BRAT