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Tuck In: The Best New Restaurants Around the World

For the last two years there hasn’t been much to celebrate in the hospitality industry with restaurants shutting their doors left, right and centre, oftentimes for good. However, in a sign that life as we once knew it is back, restaurants around the world are reopening their doors to a flurry of eager diners.

In an impressive feat, new dining establishments have been bursting onto the scene too. And now with travel restrictions a thing of the past (fingers crossed) there is no better time to take your tastebuds on an adventure.

If you’re ready to tuck in, we’ve rounded up the best new restaurants across the globe.

Sessions Art Club

Location: London

Behind an unassuming red door, hidden up an elevator and behind a velvet curtain sits this former courtroom turned restaurant complete with cracked walls, spectacular columns, soaring arched windows, fireplaces and old rugs. The Brit-Mediterranean menu is the work of chef Florence Knight and features elegant and refined offerings.

Mother Wolf

Location: Los Angeles

This highly-anticipated Italian brasserie is chef Evan Funke’s homage to the culinary heritage of Rome and a tribute to the eternal city. The hand-made pastas, like spaghetti alle vongole and rigatoni all’amatriciana, are Funke’s speciality and not to be missed.

Pellegrino 2000

Location: Sydney

From the legends who brought you the Potts Points bistro 916, comes this Italian garage-style trattoria. Get lost in a bowl of the luxurious prawn ravioli in rich brown butter-and-sage sauce or a plate of rigatoni bolognese. The wine list is mostly Italian drops, plus a smattering of Aussie offerings.


Location: Paris

The two-star chef behind other successful restaurants in this capital city, Jean-François Piège, launched his latest endeavour, MIMOSA. Tucked away inside the recently renovated French heritage site and museum, the Hotel de la Marine, lies this laid back Mediterranean-inspired restaurant. Signature dishes include Mimosa eggs with tangy cured fish roe, and home-cooked style classic spicy tomato meatballs.


Location: Melbourne

This illustrious Sydney outpost has finally landed in Melbourne, bringing with it signatures dishes like their burrata and fennel jam. Local signature dishes like baked ricotta and anchovies, and dry-aged pork cutlets also feature on the tantalising menu.

Orfali Bros

Location: Dubai

The Syria-born, Dubai-based team behind Orfali Bros reinterprets classic dishes from the Middle East. Think: Wagyu dumplings served with garlicky yogurt and sujuk oil. Tucked in one of the city’s trendiest up-and-coming foodie destinations, Wasl 5, expect innovative dishes with a smattering of indulgent ingredients.


Location: Bangkok

Chef Pichaya Utharntharm harks back to her Thai Chinese roots with her 20-course menu at this fine-dining spot in the heart of Bangkok’s Chinatown. Each of the 20 courses in the menu is closely intertwined with stories from Chef Pam’s childhood and background, and often features traditional dishes with a modern flair.

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