Street Food Live and other foodie fun in London this month

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As well as having a selection of some of the world’s best attractions, London is also one of the world’s leading innovators when it comes to restaurants and international cuisine. The sheer wealth of diverse culture within the capital means that tourists and locals can choose from a wide-range of different places to eat each night. It could mean you’re eating out at a tasty Cuban restaurant one evening and an Argentinean the next. Here are three of the best foodie openings this November: 

Pastaio, Soho

Pastaio is a new Italian restaurant in Carnaby Street and is the brainchild of restauranter, Stevie Parle. This famous Italian specialises in creating beautiful vegetarian dishes as well as extraordinary meat platters for all the meat lovers out there. Pastaio mixes contemporary London dining with traditional Italian cuisine creating a welcoming environment perfect for a romantic evening meal or a quick bite to eat. Book your table at Pastaio today and enjoy a lovely glass of red while you do it. 

Little Havana, Camden

Camden is a great location if you’re looking to let your hair down and get a little loose. When you think of a Cuban bar or restaurant what do you think of? Little Havana, Camden provides the ultimate Cuban experience in London, offering a selection of frozen rum cocktails, live music and regular salsa nights for those who feel like a little bit of dancing. Serving up a selection of traditional Cuban dishes like salted cod fritters, roast pork belly, as well as tamales, Little Havana provides an authentic Cuban dining experience in the heart of London. 

Mei Mei, Borough Market Kitchen

Michelin award winning Elizabeth Haigh is set to open an exciting new stall on Southwark Street’s market kitchen, on November 11. Mei Mei is based on the traditional kopi tiams, or coffee shops, of her native Singapore, and is set to serve authentic Hainanese chicken rice, Nanyang Kopi and other Singaporean delicacies from the vibrant Borough Kitchen Market. This new establishment is linked to Haigh’s other restaurant, Kaizen House, which was her first solo venture since originally picking up her Michelin Star at Hackney’s Pidgin, in 2017. Mei Mei offers visitors the chance to seriously warm up from the inside throughout the day, and load up on some essential, delicious sustenance before heading off for Christmas shopping throughout the city.

London is filled with hundreds of amazing places to eat and dine with friends, and these are just a few of November’s top picks for all you foodies out there. Whether you’re looking to revitalise your taste buds with some traditional Italian flavour at Pastaio or you’re heading to the strand for some sushi at Yen, there’s no doubt you’re going to be spoilt for choice for places to eat heading into Christmas. Looking for somewhere to relax during your stay in London? Why not stay at the Dorsett Hotel, City of London, putting you within touching distance of central London’s many foodie delights this winter.

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