127 "British" Restaurants in London.
If you’re looking for live music, lobster, and a seriously OTT dinner, then Quaglino’s is the place to be.
A Stoke Newington boozer with a weeknight happy hour, The Three Crowns is a good shout for a casual boozy group catch-up.
Molly’s Cafe is an easy all-day spot in Hoxton serving comfort food in a comforting environment.
Cue Point is a British Afghan catering company who have popped up at The Chiswick Pavilion and are making some excellent smoked meats.
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.
Micky’s is a chippy in Dalston that you can rely on. The fish is freshly cooked and they’re always happy to put absolutely anything in a bun for you.
Brat’s second location is an indoor-outdoor set up in London Fields where the atmosphere is a little more casual but the food is just as good.
The Clarence Tavern is a gastropub in Stoke Newington that’s just as good for a slap-up meal as it is for a few pints and a nibble.
With locations at Borough Market, as well as in north, east, and west, The Ginger Pig is one of the best butchers in London
Arches is an old school caf in Bethnal Green ideal for a quiet fry-up, sandwich, or a loaded jacket potato.
A socially-distanced Scottish Disneyland that’ll make you feel a thousand miles away from London.
Four Seasons at Ten Trinity Square is a 5-star hotel in near The Tower of London in the City.
The Ritz is a five-star hotel that oozes luxury and is just a stone’s throw away from Green Park.
The Connaught is a five-star hotel in Mayfair, with an afternoon tea that doesn’t take itself too seriously.
Claridge’s is a five-star hotel in the heart of Mayfair that serves up one of the very best afternoon teas in London.