Bored of eating at the same old places? You should try some of these.

New and innovative restaurants are popping up all over the place, and sometimes there are just too many to choose from. That’s why we’ve put together this list of new kids on the block that we believe are worth your time this weekend. Take a look around and get some inspo’ for your next dinner out.

London: Circolo Popolare

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It’s been on every London influencer’s feed with it’s ridiculously Instagrammable interior, it holds 20,000 bottles of alcohol and ultimately, the food looks insane. Circo Popolare is one of the latest rustic Italian diners to hit the capital, located in Fitzrovia. Rather than being a standard, general Italian restaurant, Circo Popolare focuses more on authentic Sicily and The Mediterranean cuisines, featuring small plates as well as metre long pizzas.

Manchester: Thai Kitchen No. 6

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A brand new Thai restaurant has hit Manchester City Centre. A small, family run eatery that features a classic, old fashioned laminated menu which serves up authentic Thai dishes. Located on King Street, the food has been reviewed as ‘excellent’ and ‘heart-warming’. Take a trip into town and try the newest Thai on the streets, the interior is also clean, minimal and Insta-friendly, bonus points!

Leeds: Kuala Lumpur Cafe

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A proper taste of Malaysian Cuisine has come to Leeds with the Kuala Lumpur Cafe. This easy going and laid-back eatery has combined modern dining with traditional Malaysian food. The menu is designed to show off the owner’s heritage with influence from Malay, Chinese and Indian dishes. Alongside your meals, you can choose from a range of soft drinks or try out some classic Malaysian tipples. Something a little different, certainly something worth trying.

Newcastle: Papa Ganoush

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Papa GanoushMezze Bar is a small, intimate, Eastern Mediterranean restaurant in Whitley Bay. It focuses on informal dining and small plates and sharing, while flaunting an inviting, rustic interior. The food is inspired by authentic cooking methods of the origin of the dishes, what better place to socialise with friends and family than in this cosy diner in the heart of the North East?

Birmingham: The Oyster Club

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If you’re in it for seafood, you’re in it for The Oyster Club. With an Oyster Bar and a delightful wine list, this eatery is all about the relaxed approach to dining. Open Tuesday – Sunday, enjoy after work drinks and food or book a special occasion at the weekend. If the food and drinks haven’t already drawn you in, the impeccable interior design will.

Let us know in the comments if you’ve been to any of these restaurants, we love to know what you think!

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