The Nudge says: You might want to be sitting down for this. Leandro Carreira has opened his first restaurant. Okay, that statement may not seem like the biggest deal, but trust us when we say it is. Because Leandro Carreira first trained as a chef at Mugaritz in Spain (two Michelin Stars, currently No.9 on the World’s 50 Best list) before becoming head chef at the ground-breaking Viajante in London. read more
Wallpaper says: Set just a hop and a skip away from foodie Bermondsey Street, Londrino is the hotly anticipated debut wine bar and restaurant from Portuguese chef Leandro Carreira. Having worked at the storied Michelin-starred Mugaritz outside of San Sebastian, Carreira proved his mettle in London with stints at Lyle’s, Koya and as Head Chef at Nuno Mendes’ Viajante. read more
Olive Magazine says: The 70-cover restaurant is split into two rooms and an all-day wine bar. Sit at the bar with a glass of wine and a platter of regional Portuguese cheeses and cured meats, or pick from the à la carte menu in the main dining area. The chefs use Portuguese ingredients alongside British produce such as Welsh lamb, teal and crab to create dishes that reflect Leandro’s culinary journey. read more
The Infatuation says: Its focus is on seafood, as is the Portuguese way, and some of its food is interesting and tasty enough that we think this relationship is a goer. The menu can look a bit all over the place on first glance, and there’s no hint at what course this is or how many times to chew that. Is this crab a starter? We don’t know but we want it. read more





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