166 "Dining Solo" restaurants in London.
JB’s is a consistently excellent Caribbean spot just off Peckham High Street.
Yadas is a delicious Kurdish restaurant on Rye Lane making mezze, shawarmas and sandwiches that will be impress and satisfy anyone and everyone.
A vendor in Peckham Levels serving excellent Neapolitan pizzas and Italian tapas.
This South Indian spot in Peckham is serving up delicious platters, curries, and flakey parathas.
The Shoreditch location of the piri-piri chicken specialist is a comfortable space for anyone looking for some tasty no-frills chicken.
Bao’s Noodle Shop brings their failsafe formula to Shoreditch with tasty tripe and other small plates alongside comforting bowls of noodle soup.
Al Kahf is a bright and brilliant value Somali restaurant in Whitechapel serving up melt-in-your-mouth lamb with bariis iskukaris and more.
A small deli and brunch spot in Mayfair serving halal full English, tasty French toasts, and great coffee.
A spacious Eritrean restaurant on Brixton Road serving platters of excellent homely vegan stews and meats.
Daebak is a laid-back Korean spot in Vauxhall serving udon, bulgogi, and must-try Korean fried chicken.
An unfussy Pakistani restaurant serving superb tikka, homemade samosas, curries, and more - Shalamar should be your go-to in Whitechapel.
Humble Chicken is an all-action yakitori bar in Soho where you’ll pair perfect skewers with ice-cold beer.
Chew Fun is a Guilin fun noodle specialist making heart bowls of rice noodles perfect solo diners and big groups alike.
Sargasso is the Margate sibling of Brawn and, with sea views and superb food, it’s maybe even better than it’s London counterpart.