London indeed stands tall when it comes to palaces, monuments and libraries. Apart from the rich cultural heritage that the city boasts of, it also offers culinary delights people totally swear by. From elegant fine dining restaurants to small and lovely eateries, London suits diverse tastes and preferences.
Read on to explore some of the favourite places to eat in London.
Burger and Lobster
Serving American and seafood, this classic restaurant offers a warm and lovely environment. With a delectable variety on the food menu and an exhaustive drinks menu, Burger and Lobster is a good choice to indulge in seafood.
The restaurant is located in Farringdon and is well connected to various parts of London via Farringdon Tube Station.
Serving Peruvian cuisine, Pachamama is a recent addition to London’s impressive dining scene. Dishes made with British ingredients served with cocktails and mocktails in colonial-style environs is the reason why Pachamama is popular with people.
Nestled in Marylebone, Pachmama is close to Bond Street Tube Station.
Lobster Kitchen offers American and Seafood in a casual New England-inspired seafood setting. A must-go place for lobster lovers, Lobster Kitchen is located in Bloomsbury close to Tottenham Court Road Tube Station.
Social Eating House
Social Eating House is a low lit and diverse bar with leather booths and a copper bar. The Social Eating House offers an excellent range of cocktails and smart food and is located on Poland Street.
Nestled on Harcourt Street, Dinings is the place to go to indulge in a unique mix of sushi and Japanese tapas-style dishes. The surroundings are simple yet beautiful.
A small and traditional Japanese Sushi Bar, Sushi Tetsu is run by husband and wife duo. The restaurant specialises in Sushi and Sashimi. Chef Toru offers a relaxed Sushi experience to the passages of Clerkenwell.
Located beside a luxury bespoke 26-room hotel, the Chiltern Firehouse is famous for glamour-chic dining. Come here and enjoy your meal at the beautiful open kitchen counter. The designer’s restaurant’s chef Nuno Mendes ensures high quality meal with his original delicacies.
You might just spot a celebrity here.
Always packed with locals and hungry families, Lemonia offers a delicious supply of Hellenic small-dish meze dips, starters and hot breads. The rustic mains like slow-baked kleftiko lamb in lemon, Greek yogurt–and–potato moussaka, herb-stuffed tomatoes, classic eggplant and grilled prawns to name some are the most popular dishes.
You’ll certainly love the friendly Greek service and hospitality here.