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Fika

Fika

On the edge of the City, the southern leg of Brick Lane is known for its Bengali restaurants, but north of the Overground rail line as you head towards Shoreditch is a mish-mash of new cafés, bars and galleries (plus famous beigel... Read More

Plum and Spilt Milk

Plum and Spilt Milk

Named after the distinctive livery sported by the Flying Scotsman's old dining cars, Plum & Spilt Milk is the latest addition to a roster of bars (try the GNH), eateries and a hotel in the redeveloped King's Cross railway station.... Read More

The Lockhart

The Lockhart

The sage green exterior may be typical of Marylebone eateries, but the food is distinctly different: American Deep South fare, prepared by Mississippi-born chef Brad McDonald. Dishes include grits served with shrimp and cheese, and... Read More

Hansen and Lydersen

Hansen and Lydersen

Ole Hansen is following in the footsteps of his great-grandfather, who set up a salmon smokery in Kirkenes, northern Norway, in 1886. Ole restarted the company in Stoke Newington four years ago and now supplies Selfridges as well as... Read More

Peters and Co Gin Palace

Peters and Co Gin Palace

Set in a pie and mash shop in Broadway Market, the Peters & Co Gin Palace boasts a repertoire of 40 fine gins, as well as local craft beer, english wine and medicinal cordial. There are also bites, including cheese and charcuterie... Read More

Foxcroft and Ginger

Foxcroft and Ginger

Quintin Foxcroft and his redhead wife Georgina opened Foxtrot & Ginger in Soho in 2010 after more than 10 years helping others open bars and restaurants. Their recipe for a laidback all-day dining spot serving good food from local... Read More

Chiltern Firehouse

Chiltern Firehouse

Portuguese chef Nuno Mendes made his name at Bethnal Green's Viajante - arriving in 2010, it was soon named London's best new restaurant and held a Michelin star from 2011. Now, he's moved on - to the celeb-heavy Chiltern Firehouse, in... Read More

Aqua Shard

Aqua Shard

If you want to have a bite while enjoying some of London's best views, you can do no worse than Aqua Shard, on the 31st floor of The Shard - western Europe's tallest building - in the so-called London Bridge Quarter. The restaurant... Read More

Andina

Andina

In terms of dining, London's Shoreditch is best known for Vietnamese cuisine, but as the area has been invaded by new, designer stores and hotels, so the variety of food on offer has changed. Now Martin Morales, founder of Soho's... Read More

The Table

The Table

Hot on sustainable and ethical sourcing of produce, The Table gets its vegetables from a near-by charity-run allotment and its fish from Billingsgate market. This is modern Italian cuisine made from the finest quality, fresh, British... Read More

The Folly

The Folly

Referring to itself as ‘the City’s secret garden’, The Folly prides itself on using only the finest local, seasonal and organic ingredients in its cooking and providing customers with an immense selection of exquisite wines. Relax... Read More

Spuntino

Spuntino

Clearly too cool to have a useful website, all this North-American inspired diner’s one is useful for is informing you that they don’t have a telephone and don’t take reservations. Not really surprising as they don’t have tables... Read More

Made in Camden

Made in Camden

Inside renowned art and music venue, The Roundhouse, Made in Camden offers locally brewed beers and great grub. Open for lunch Tuesday-Friday between 12-2.30pm the slow-roasted pork belly with garlic and maple purée and plum and... Read More

Bumpkin

Bumpkin

In London you can get any food item at any time of the year whether it’s grown in the UK or not, but we all know that nothing tastes better than locally produced, in season produce and that’s exactly what’s on offer at Bumpkin.... Read More

St John

St John

Previously a run-down old smokehouse, the owners haven’t bothered to do much in terms of restoration work. Decorated simply with white paint and basic furniture, the décor couldn’t contrast more with its menu. If you fancy trying... Read More

Restaurant Gordon Ramsay

Restaurant Gordon Ramsay

Award-winning head Chef Patron Clare Smyth runs celebrity chef Gordon Ramsay’s flagship restaurant. Boasting three Michelin stars and serving modern French cuisine, Restaurant Gordon Ramsay offers a choice of three menus: À la carte... Read More

Quince

Quince

Despite being set inside The Mayfair Hotel, this Middle Eastern-inspired restaurant is surprisingly reasonable. Pre-theatre dining is offered at £20 for two courses with cocktails for £5 and their delightful grazing menu for those... Read More

OXO Tower Restaurant

OXO Tower Restaurant

For a chance to dine on the 8th floor of one of London’s landmark buildings book a table at the OXO Tower restaurant. Eat à la carte pan-Asian and modern British cuisine, sip champagne and look out at the beautiful view over the... Read More

Orrery

Orrery

Surrounded by designer shops on Marylebone High Street, Orrery radiates elegance and charm. Its rooftop terrace is great for enjoying a drink and a snack on a summer’s day and its main dining room offers a selection of gourmet menus... Read More

Hawksmoor Seven Dials

Hawksmoor Seven Dials

Renowned for its incredible steaks, the Hawksmoor Seven Dials in Covent Garden offers pre-theatre express dining between 5-6pm as well as lunch and dinner services. You can phone two days ahead to request your favourite cut of steak or... Read More

Amaranto

Amaranto

Reservations are recommended at Chef Davide Deggiovanni’s modern Italian Amaranto restaurant. The private garden makes for perfect summer evening dining and the dark red interior gives a sensual feel. The menu offers a selection of... Read More

Tayyabs

Tayyabs

Serving traditional Punjabi cuisine, this family-run East London restaurant is the epitome of good Indian food. Whether you go for one of the chef’s special curries or are tempted by the much-loved mixed grill or sizzling lamb chops,... Read More

Pizza East

Pizza East

Enjoy a long brunch at the weekends, a romantic meal in the evening or just pop into the deli for a coffee in the afternoon. Attracting a wide clientele all day, every day, this refurbished Tea Building cum traditional Pizzeria has kept... Read More

Noto Soho

Noto Soho

The perfect picnic companion, Noto sells cheap and tasty take-away Japanese dishes. The bento boxes are great if you can’t choose what to have, the sushi always hits the spot and the miso soup is a real bargain. Read More

Golden Union Fish Bar

Golden Union Fish Bar

No trip to London is complete without sampling the British classic, fish and chips. Golden Union Fish Bar is an independently run, family business offering its customers the full fish and chips experience – minus the newspaper. Order... Read More

Fornata

Fornata

Reading this menu you would think you were in Italy not Soho. A mixture of small sharing dishes and hearty home-cooked Italian favourites fill the ever-so-tempting menu along with delicious sparkling wines. Do as the Italians would and... Read More

Belgo Central

Belgo Central

Order mussels by the kilo, twice-cooked fries and choose beer from the widest selection imaginable. Each bottled beer comes with its own unique glass; for a girly beverage go for cherry-flavoured Boonkreik Lambik, for lager fans Blanche... Read More

Abeno Too

Abeno Too

Everyone’s heard of sushi but what about okonomiyaki, another Japanese delight? Abeno Too is Europe’s only chain of authentic, specialist restaurants of this cuisine. It is a pancake type affair that is cooked on a hot plate right... Read More


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