by Editorial Staff
Thanks to London’s multiculturalism, the capital’s restaurants serve delicious food from all over the world. In London, you will find any cuisine you like, be it Chinese, Japanese, Korean, Caribbean, Polish, French, Italian, Afghani, Ethiopian, American, Spanish, South African, Iranian … and so on ad infinitum.
Something exciting is happening all the time on the London food scene, with contemporary chefs trying to reinterpret traditional British food and create something new with fresh, locally sourced produce.
Everyone will find a place to their pocket – star Michelin restaurants, family eateries, cozy cafeterias, fast food restaurants, and small cafes are scattered liberally throughout the city. Let’s take a look at the most popular ones.
Located between Leicester Square and Covent Garden, J Sheekey opened its doors back in the 1890s and still offers customers excellent fish, oysters, and shellfish. Everyone will find what they are looking for here, from Sheekey fish pie to speckled clams (plus vegetarian and meat menus).
Address: 28-34 St. Martin’s Court, London WC2N 4AL
Opening hours: Monday-Saturday 12: 00-15: 00 and 17: 30-00: 00, Sunday 12: 00-15: 30 and 18: 00-23: 00
Public transportation: Leicester Square
Phone: +44 20 7240 2565
Inamo is the first oriental bar-restaurant of its kind, where you control the course of your dinner yourself using a special interactive ordering system. Instead of reading a long list of dishes, you simply choose your favorite from the illustrated menu displayed on your tabletop. The Asian menu includes Japanese, Chinese, Thai, Korean, and other cuisines.
Address: 134-136 Wardour Street, Soho, London W1F 8ZP
Working hours: Monday – Wednesday 17: 00-23: 30, Thursday 12: 00-15: 00 and 17: 00-23: 30, Friday – Saturday 12: 00-00: 00, Sunday 12: 00-22: 30
Public transportation: Tottenham Court Road, Oxford Circus
Phone: +44 20 7851 7051
Email address: firstname.lastname@example.org
Housed in a former Piccadilly car showroom, The Wolseley is an elegant café-restaurant in a nostalgic European style. The menu is distinguished by the same classic European flavor: among the favorite dishes, it is worth noting the veal “Holstein” and chicken soup with dumplings. Come in for breakfast, lunch, afternoon tea, or dinner – we are always glad to see you.
Address: Piccadilly 160 (Piccadilly), London, W1J 9EB
Working hours: Monday – Friday 07: 00–00: 00, Saturday 08: 00–00: 00, Sunday 08: 00–23: 00
Public transport: Green Park
Phone: +44 20 7499 6996
Email address: email@example.com
The name of the restaurant is not yet known, but the three Michelin stars awarded to Restaurant Gordon Ramsay speak volumes. Located in the vibrant Chelsea area, the restaurant serves contemporary French cuisine in a relaxed, intimate atmosphere, under the tireless eye of the establishment’s chef, Claire Smith.
Address: 68 Royal Hospital Road, London SW3 4HP
Opening hours: Monday – Friday 12: 00-14: 15 and 18: 30-22: 15
Public Transportation: South Kensington, Sloane Square
Phone: +44 20 7352 4441
Email address: firstname.lastname@example.org
Located on the ground floor of the stylish Sanctum Soho Hotel, No.20 serves modern seasonal British cuisine for breakfast, afternoon tea, and dinner. This is not only a bar and restaurant, but also a good place to have a cup of coffee, an evening cocktail or a glass of wine.
Address: 20, Warwick Street, 20, Soho, London W1B 5NF
Further information: Located inside the Sanctum Soho Hotel
Working hours: Monday – Saturday 06: 30-23: 00, Sunday 07: 00-17: 00
Public transport: Oxford Circus, Piccadilly Circus
Phone: +44 20 7292 6102
Email address: email@example.com
Dinner by Heston Blumenthal in Knightsbridge is renowned for its quirky menu of historic British dishes. You will be offered salmon with Earl Gray tea leaves (1730), a spiced pigeon (1780), and a sponge cake with jam (1810) soaked in rum. Alternatively, you can choose from a traditional lunch menu with the chef’s advice or sit at his table, directly opposite the restaurant’s exclusive showcase kitchen.
Address: 66 Knightsbridge, London SW1X 7LA
Further information: Located inside the Mandarin Oriental Hyde Park Hotel
Opening hours: Daily 12: 00-14: 30 and 18: 30-22: 30
Public transport: Knightsbridge
Phone: +44 20 7201 3833
Email address: firstname.lastname@example.org
Enjoy authentic British cuisine as you admire the scenic views of the Thames from above. This bar and restaurant is the perfect place for a romantic dinner, especially when combined with a casual walk through South Bank before and after. Reserve a table in advance on the outdoor terrace and enjoy the scenic backdrop of St. Paul’s Cathedral. Live jazz music awaits you at the restaurant as well.
Address: Barge House Street, Oxo Tower Wharf, South Bank, London (London), SE1 9PH
Public Transport: Blackfriars Station
Phone: +44 20 7803 3888
Email address: email@example.com
The bright and welcoming Mestizo Mexican Restaurant and Tequila Bar serve traditional Mexican cuisine. There is also a stylish tequila bar serving cocktails, tequila, and antojitos (Mexican tapas).
Address: Mestizo, Hampstead Road, 103, London, NW1 3EL
Working hours: Monday-Saturday 12: 00-23: 00, Sunday 12: 00-22: 30
Public transport: Euston, Euston Square, Warren Street
Phone: +44 20 7387 4064
Email address: firstname.lastname@example.org
The gorgeous Argentinean restaurant Gaucho Piccadilly is spread over four floors. In addition to the main restaurant, there is the Cavas De Gaucho wine boutique, a wine bar on the ground floor, and a lounge bar at the very top. The main dish on the menu is, of course, steaks, but that’s not all: here you can try Ecuadorian ceviche, scamorza, and potato ravioli.
Address: 25 Swallow Street, London W1B 4QR
Further information: Located near Regent Street, W1
Working hours: Monday – Saturday 12: 00–00: 00, Sunday 12: 00–23: 00
Public Transportation: Piccadilly Circus, Green Park
Phone: +44 20 7734 4040
Sketch is an eccentric, original, and graceful place just off Regent Street, founded by French chef Pierre Ganier and restaurateur Mazou. The unique space houses five dining areas: a pastry shop and restaurant, Glade Bar, Gallery Brasserie, two Michelin-starred dining rooms (Auditorium and Library), and Oriental Bar.
Address: 9 Conduit Street, Mayfair, London W1S 2XG
Opening hours: Daily (check the website periodically)
Public transport: Oxford Circus, Piccadilly Circus
Phone: +44 20 7659 4500
Email address: email@example.com
With colorful interiors and décor inspired by Indian folk art and collages of Christmas crackers, Masala Zone in Bayswater has a warm and welcoming atmosphere typical of all restaurants in this growing chain. The menu is based on Indian street food and homemade dishes, grilled food and regional curry recipes, and tapas-like Tali plates.
Address: Bishops Bridge Road, 75, Bayswater, London, W2 6BG
Further information: Located at the corner of Bishops Bridge Road and Inverness Teres
Working hours: Monday – Friday 12: 30-15: 00 and 17: 30-23: 00, Saturday 12: 30-23: 00, Sunday 12: 30-22: 30
Public Transportation: Royal Oak, Bayswater
Phone: +44 20 7221 0055
Email address: firstname.lastname@example.org
Sarastro is known for its unusual interior: on the one hand, it resembles a stage, on the other, an old antique shop. To maintain the style of nearby West End theaters, the dining room features theater boxes, sumptuous suede tablecloths, and cozy booths. The menu features regular Mediterranean performances, live opera singers on Sundays and Mondays, swing and motown on Thursdays, and Latin American rhythms on Fridays.
Address: 126 Drury Lane, London WC2B 5SU
Opening hours: Daily 12: 30–00: 00 (Sunday 16: 00–18: 00)
Public transportation: Covent Garden, Holborn, Temple
Phone: +44 20 7836 0101
Email address: email@example.com
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