Must-visit restaurants opening this year

At Grosvenor Casinos we know how tough it is to find the perfect restaurant, so we’ve taken on the hard work for you! Here we’ve compiled a nationwide go-to list for when you’re at a crossroads – so make sure you bookmark!

Padella Shoreditch, 1 Phipp St, Hackney, London EC2A 4PS

Now, there may be a little wait to get into London’s newest pasta restaurant, but it’s totally worth it! With menu options such as Pici cacio e pepe and Pappardelle with 8 hours Dexter beef shin ragu on offer, you’ll find it hard to believe that you’re not in the middle of the Mediterranean!

Padella is the brainchild of Tim Siadatan and Jordan Frieda of Trullo in Islington, it’s the reinvention of the classic Italian you never knew you needed!

Vegan Cafetaria, Fenwicks on London’s Bond Street 

Being Vegan and looking for the best  restaurant is definitely a struggle! Well, with Vegan Cafeteria in Fenwicks on London’s Bond Street you can now drool over a Cheeseburgers, Salads, quesadillas and many more.. Are you ready to ready to taste the cuisine of the French Chef Alexis Gauthier? 

Dishoom Birmingham, One Chamberlain Square, Birmingham B3 3AX

Coming to the curry capital of the UK, Dishoom Birmingham is the first spot outside London for the much loved Irani-inspired café come restaurant. Small plates, biryanis and grills take centre stage on the all-day menu, whilst filled naan rolls and The Big Bombay – Dishoom’s twist on the classic full English breakfast,  is a dish not to be overlooked!

Bombay Bustle, 29 Maddox Street, W1S 2PA 

Once you step there, you will get the smell of all the spices in India! Bombay Bustle is one of the best Indian Restaurant in London! This Indian restaurant is inspired by India’s dabbawala lunchbox deliveries. Best in its Indian food with refined flavours, the Chaat is a must-try. Feel free to try out everything that is in the menu!  

Rosa’s Thai Manchester, 184 Deansgate, The Old Courthouse, Manchester, M3 3WB

Hear, hear – Inside Deangate’s majestic courthouse the fragrant smells of authentic Thai cooking will fill the grade II listed space. Already a huge hit on the London foodie scene, Rosa’s has made its way up North. Make sure you try the pumpkin crackers for a modern vegan twist on the classic prawn cracker or Rosa’s ionic sweetcorn cakes cooked in a light curry paste.

Tattu Edinburgh, 18 West Register Street, Edinburgh, EH2 2AA

Not forgetting the independents, Tattu Edinburgh is a modern Chinese with interiors that are out of this world. The word Tattu is derived from a combination of ‘Tattoo’, the art form that inspires our interiors and ‘Tatau’, which is an ancient word from eastern culture that means to ‘make a mark’.

Diners are encouraged to embrace the customary approach of sharing dishes with their guests, from colourful dim sum and luxurious small plates to contemporary main course dishes and stunning desserts.

El Gato Negro, 35 Park Row, Leeds LS1 5JL

Finally, El Gato Negro Leeds is an award-winning tapas restaurant housed within a stone-clad former bank. Menu highlights include; Squid-ink crackers with saffron pil pil, Cauliflower cheese croquetas and Chargrilled octopus & Catalan chorizo skewer with mojo rojo sauce. The wine menu features superb hand-picked wines of modern Spain alongside a  cocktail menu with a Spanish-twist (make sure you try the Catalonian Collins!).

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