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Bao’s Noodle Shop brings a failsafe formula to Shoreditch with tasty tripe and other small plates alongside comforting bowls of noodle soup.

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Candlelight, open fires, and deeply comforting food that will help you survive the winter.

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Bar Crispin is a Soho wine bar with oysters, a great selection of natural numbers, and a buzzing terrace.

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Yada’s is a delicious Kurdish restaurant on Rye Lane making mezze, shawarmas and sandwiches that will impress and satisfy anyone and everyone.

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A cosy Lebanese bakery in East Acton serving some of the best mana’eesh in London.

Another so-so year made better by some pretty great meals.

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Chips that look like crisps, £1 freshly-made naans, gooey manakeesh, hot wings, and lots more.

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Imad’s Syrian Kitchen is a delicious Syrian spot in Soho with delicious sharing dishes like falafel, fattet macdous, and more.

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Café Deco is a temple of thoughtful contentment disguised as a café, restaurant, and wine bar in Bloomsbury. Expect homely small plates and good wine.

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An 18-seater counter-only spot in Brixton specialising in excellent hand rolls.

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KOL

Mexican-inspired fine dining done sexy, Kol is a restaurant you’re unlikely to forget in a hurry.

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A cool, high-end, and almost faultless Japanese spot in the basement of the Pantechnicon in Belgravia.

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Specialising in open-fire cooking, Kudu Grill is a seriously satisfying restaurant in Peckham.

Brutto is a superb Florentine-inspired trattoria in Farringdon that you’re going want to come up with excuses to spend your time in.

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A modern Indian restaurant just off Oxford Street serving exciting takes on the classics.

Humble Chicken is an all-action yakitori bar in Soho where you’ll pair perfect skewers with ice-cold beer.

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Café Deco is a temple of thoughtful contentment disguised as a café, restaurant, and wine bar in Bloomsbury. Expect homely small plates and good wine.

A great bakery near Victoria serving flatbreads, pastries, and coffee in a bright and airy dining room.

Sessions Arts Club is one London’s most glamourous and grandiose restaurants and, best of all, the food and wine matches the experience.

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Sumi is an excellent, casual restaurant in Notting Hill from the same team behind London’s best sushi spot.

Dim Sum & Duck makes second-to-none handmade dumplings, glistening roasted meats, and will become your new go-to from your very first bite.

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A modern Indian restaurant just off Oxford Street serving exciting takes on the classics.

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