Best restaurants in London - by area

  • The best restaurants in Clerkenwell and Farringdon


    Comprising the area between Smithfield and Exmouth markets, there's an awful lot of promise tucked away in these back streets. Here's where to find the best restaurants in Clerkenwell and Farringdon...

  • The best restaurants in Notting Hill

    The Barbary

    From fun spots on Portobello Road to fine dining on Kensington Park Road, Notting Hill is definitely on the up as a restaurant destination. Here's our pick of the best restaurants in the area. 

  • The best restaurants in Islington, Angel and Holloway

    Prawn on the Lawn

    Islington has a huge amount of restaurants, with the majority of them along Upper Street. But which are the ones you should be paying attention to? Here's our list of the best in the area...

  • The best restaurants in Marylebone


    Just north of Oxford Street, Marylebone is the place to head for if you need a respite from shopping - but want something a little more casual than Mayfair.

  • The best restaurants in Shoreditch


    Shoreditch has become one of the areas of London with the most diverse eating out options. Here's our edit of what we think are the best... 

  • The best restaurants in Mayfair


    In the heart of Mayfair, you'll find more than a smattering of Michelin-starred restaurants. But it's not all about the 10-course tasting menus. Here's our pick of the very best restaurants in Mayfair.

  • The best restaurants in Covent Garden

    Best restaurants in Covent Garden

    Once only somewhere you'd find tourists eating out, Covent Garden's fortunes as a foodie destination are now such that there's almost too much choice. Which is where our handy edit to the best restaurants in WC2 comes in

  • The best restaurants, bars and cafes in Victoria and Pimlico

    The best restaurants in Victoria 

    A stone’s throw from Buckingham Palace, this transport hub welcomes thousands of visitors to London every day. But it’s also home to theatres, shops and loads of restaurants and bars. Whether you’re staying or passing through, here’s our guide on where to eat and drink nearby. 

  • The best restaurants in Borough Market, London Bridge and Bermondsey


    Head south of the river to London Bridge and you'll find a host of pubs, bars and restaurants - not to mention Borough Market itself.

  • The best restaurants and bars in St James

    The best places to eat and drink in and around St James

    More exclusive than Mayfair and with more history packed into its streets than almost any other part of London, St James is one of London’s hidden gems worth exploring. From historic shops, which wouldn’t seem out of place to any time traveller from Regency times, to its mix of modern and classic restaurants and bars, St James has everything to offer in terms of fine dining. Here’s our

  • The best restaurants in Soho

    The best restaurants in Soho

    Soho is where you'll probably find the most concentrated area of restaurants and bars in London. We've picked some of the very best restaurants in the area...

  • The best restaurant and bars in the City of London

    The best restaurants in The City

    The City of London runs between Chancery Lane and the Tower of London. The famous Square Mile offers a wealth of great places to eat and drink where London’s history meets the modern-day. We’ve rounded up the most exciting places in the City to meet all budgets.

  • The best restaurants, cafes and bakeries in Chinatown

    The best restaurants in Chinatown

    ​Find London’s Chinatown nestled between Soho and Leicester Square; in the past few years there have been lots of exciting additions - Newport Court has transformed into a sweet tooth heaven, while hot pot restaurants and bubble tea cafes are piling in to claim a piece of the territory. With Lunar New Year upon us, there’s no better time to explore Chinatown. London-based supper club host,

  • The best restaurants, bars and cafes in King's Cross

     The best restaurants in King's Cross

    Partly thanks to some great station restoration work along with a real vision for its open spaces, canalside and squares, King’s Cross is firmly a dining destination in its own right. From Granary Square and Coal Drops Yard to the canalside, all a few minutes walk from the station and dotted with restaurants and bars, it's one of London’s buzziest places to eat and drink.

  • The best restaurants in Fitzrovia

    The best restaurants in Fitzrovia

    North of Oxford Street, there's a lot to choose from - and it's not all confined to Charlotte Street. Here's our pick...

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