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From doughnut burgers to peanut butter-dip chips, London's mind-blowing new restaurant dishes to try out right now

We're lucky enough that London is rarely short of new and interesting when it comes to the restaurant scene and this summer is no different, with a number of creative, exciting - and more importantly, delicious - new plates of food for us to sample.

From gourmet chips with Marmite to Horlicks-flavoured desserts, cocktail-inspired burgers to tuna that looks exactly like a cigar (yep, really), we've picked 11 exciting and fun dishes in the capital you need to make room for. Happy eating!

Words: Amy Swales

 

 

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