A new season calls for new dining options. Check out Absolutely’s round-up of 5 Of The Best New Restaurant Menus To Try This September
Words Joy Montgomery
NEW RESTAURANT MENUS
SUSHISAMBA, HERON TOWER
Japanese-Brazilian-Peruvian fusion restaurant SUSHISAMBA is launching a delicious new Omakase menu this year. Based on a set menu of all the restaurant’s favourites, the menu is perfect for both a stylish business lunch or anyone who simply wants to try all the best and most popular dishes.
KASPAR’S AT THE SAVOY
Situated just moments from London’s leading theatres, Kaspar’s at The Savoy has devised a new pre-theatre menu featuring enticing fare such as salmon gravlax, John Dory and English Cherry Almond Tart. Available from 4.30pm to 6.30pm, seven days a week, the menu is priced at £36 for two courses and £42 for three courses.
SMITH & WHISTLE, MAYFAIR
Celebrating the history and longevity of Pie & Mash in London, Smith & Whistle is heading into the autumn with an exclusive new pairing menu dedicated to this British classic. Each pie is expertly paired with a delicious and unique mash and alcoholic drink to complement and enhance the flavours on each plate.
DIRTY BONES, KENSINGTON
After closing its doors for structural works earlier this year, the original Dirty Bones re-opens this September, ready to once again serve NYC-inspired comfort food and cocktails to Kensington. Bringing with it a fresh menu of new dishes, DirtyBones’ original location will now serve comfort food classics like the Dr. Pepper-marinated Slow n’ Low Pork Belly Ribs and Cheeseburger Dumplings, along with returning fan favourite The Mac Daddy.
To celebrate their 15th anniversary, Zuma are launching an exciting new tasting menu. The bespoke menu will appear in London only for the month of October and features 11 tasting dishes spread out over five delicious courses chosen by co-founder and Executive Chef, Rainer Becker. It is priced at £124 per person with a wine and sake pairing for an additional £62 per person.