From Chishuru to Lavo, new eateries are debuting in London in September.

The dining scene in London is experiencing a back-to-school vibe in September, with a plethora of new restaurant openings. Alongside the ones featured below, notable eateries are also undergoing transformations. Le Comptoir Robuchon is rebranding as L’Atelier Robuchon, Angela Hartnett’s Murano is reopening with a refurb to mark its 15th anniversary, and the Floral Street Lima is becoming Lima Cantina, offering a more casual take on Peruvian cuisine. The dining landscape is expanding with a Notting Hill branch of Wild Tavern, known for its ingredient-focused approach, and Bocconcino, a Mayfair pizza joint, is making its mark in Soho.

For those more inclined towards beverages, a wine bar trend is taking root in London. Ken’s, a sibling of Dalston’s Dan’s, is opening in Clerkenwell, Peckham’s Forza Wine is arriving at the National Theatre, Finch is setting up in Brixton, and Little Cellars, an outpost of Peckham Cellars, is coming to Camberwell.

September holds excitement for both traditional and modern dining preferences. Regardless of the approach, this month promises a lively start to autumn’s culinary experiences.

Geode Described as a “theatrical dining concept,” Geode is a Mediterranean-Asian restaurant opening in Knightsbridge. Managed by former Novikov employees Salvatore Broccu and Marios Louvaris, the establishment features robata grills, pizza ovens, and a fusion of cuisines. DJs will provide entertainment post-dinner.

Lavo An American import by the Tao Group, Lavo is part of the new BoTree hotel. Similar to Tao’s other ventures, such as Hakkasan and Yauatcha, Lavo focuses on elegant modern Italian cuisine. The restaurant will include a bar and basement nightclub, promising a lively atmosphere.

Chishuru Adejoké Bakare’s Brixton Village restaurant finds a new home in Fitzrovia. Chishuru brings Nigerian-inspired dishes to central London with a contemporary twist. The wine list is sourced from independent French producers, and the cocktails feature West African herbs and spices.

Bébé Bob Bob Bob Ricard celebrates its 15th anniversary by opening a more casual chicken rotisserie specialist called Bébé Bob. The restaurant will feature table-side carving of whole chickens and dishes like Severn & Wye smoked salmon. While Champagne buttons won’t be available, an extensive selection of wines by the glass will be on offer.

The Watermans Arms A new gastropub graces Barnes riverside with a scenic view. Owned by Joe Grossmann, the founder of Patty&Bun, the pub offers a diverse menu that includes market-fresh fish cooked over coals and a range of meats. The pub provides both an upstairs à la carte menu and a slightly lighter bar menu.

These are just a few of the notable openings this September in London’s culinary scene, offering a range of dining experiences from around the world

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