July is finally here and it comes packed full of new and exciting restaurants and bars. CADA take a closer look at whats on offer.
Austen Smokehouse is opening in Kensal Rise this month, by none other than DJ Yoda. Over recent months we have seen a number of BBQ restaurants popping up around the city, but Austen’s promises to bring the authentic taste of the deep South. Serving the likes of smoking pork butt, USDA brisket, beef ribs, St Louis cut pork ribs and House hot link sausages, this new North West venue will sure be popular with meat loving foodies.
Popular New York hotel and Brasserie, Hotel Chantelle, is coming to the city. Its first international expansion, Hotel Chantelle will bring an original menu and fashionable garden-like restaurant. Hell’s Kitchen quarter finalist, Seth Levine will be running the kitchen and serving the likes of waffle-crusted fried chicken With maple syrup and cotton candy or a tuna tartare cigar served in a vintage glass ashtray.
This dining-meets-nightlife venue will offer lunch and dinner and late night dining daily and will even offer a jazz brunch at the weekend, which are sure to keep Londonites entertained for years to come.
Founded in 1985, Shigemi Kawhara has over 80 stores in Japan and is opening his second restaurant in London this month. The menu will offer a range of traditional Japanese starters and infamous ramen dishes.
Ippudo opens today and is run on a walk-in basis.
Americans favourite sandwich shop is coming to Westfield, Stratford this July. The chain dates back to 1977 and was originally an antiques shop, which started selling sandwiches cooked on a Potbelly stove.
The interiors and branding have been designed by CADA themselves and we are delighted it is opening this month. Potbelly is set to become stiff competition to new US food chain, Shake Shack. The menu offers hot, toasted sandwiches and hand-dipped (aka handmade, rather than machine-dispensed) shakes and smoothies.
Chef Tyler Martin is set to open his second restaurant titled Salt & Honey. Renowned for his success at Manuka Kitchen (one of the rare restaurants where the AA Gill has rewarded five stars for food), Martin will concentrate on “British ingredients with occasional forays into Europe and Australasia.”
The menu will feature dishes like:
– Lemongrass and Manuka honey cured salmon
– Beef fillet, beef shin and Girolles
– Manuka honey and Saffron Brulee