London has become a traveler’s culinary highlight. Buoyed by a bevy of some of the best chefs in the world, London is reshaping the traditional concept of “British Cuisine” by replacing tired images of overcooked beef and potatoes with a global offering inspired by every corner of the world. From Peruvian to American and Indian, Thai, Sri Lankan and Chinese, London is here to satisfy your palette’s every desire. If you want it, you will find it - be it 3-star Michelin or street food. All focused on sourcing the best ingredients, you can be confident in the quality. This is the Golden Age of London’s culinary history and a food lover’s paradise.

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Bleecker St.
Bleecker Black
Old Spitalfields Market Unit B, SP 4 Pavilion Buil...

U.S. born Zan Kaufman is responsible for creating the ULTIMATE burger. The Bleecker Double Cheeseburger is the yardstick for all other ... Read more

Bar Shu
28 Frith St, London W1D 5LF, United Kingdom

Bar Shu is a poetic reference to the ancient kingdoms that make up the Chinese province of Szechuan, and this elegant Soho eatery aims to ... Read more

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Dinner by Heston Blumenthal
Mandarin Oriental Hyde Park, Mandarin Oriental, Lo...

From Heston Blumenthal and Ashley Palmer-Watts, his head chef from the early days of Fat Duck, comes this amazing restaurant serving historical dishes based on recipes from the dawn of British ... Read more

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Fish House of Notting Hill
Cod & Chips
29 Pembridge Road Notting Hill W11 3HG

London is known for its love of fish and chips, and there is no better place to enjoy this simple delicacy than at Fish House of Notting ... Read more

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Hawksmoor Guildhall
10 Basinghall St, London EC2V 5BQ, United Kingdom

The British are famous for their meaty breakfasts and nowhere is this more perfectly embodied than at Hawksmoor Guildhall. Although ... Read more

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Bone Marrow Varuval and Roti
49 Frith St, London W1D 4SG, United Kingdom

Hoppers opened last year, but there are still huge queues before the doors even open at this Sri Lankan restaurant in the heart of Soho. Owned and operated by the Sethi family, Hoppers reinvents Sri ... Read more

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Three-Cheese Toastie
Borough Market Stall, 8 Southwark St, London SE1 1...

For more than a decade, grilled cheese fans have flocked to Kappacasein at London’s Borough Market. Cheese expert Bill Oglethorpe’s melty masterpiece consists of grated Montgomery Cheddar, Comté ... Read more

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32 Exmouth Market, London EC1R 4QE, United Kingdom

This diminutive bar, next door to sister restaurant Moro on Exmouth Market, features tapas with a twist. Think southern Spain ... Read more

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Newman Arms
Sunday Roast
23 Rathbone St, London W1T 1NG, United Kingdom

Matt Chatfield made his name shipping Cornwall’s best meat and fish to some of London’s most respected restaurants. As the co-owner of ... Read more

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6 Southwark St, Greater London SE1 1TQ, United Kin...

From the team behind Trullo (a North London favorite), Padella pumps out freshly hand-rolled pasta dishes for under a tenner ... Read more

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Paradise Garage
Whole Rabbit with Roasted Saddle
254 Paradise Row, London E2 9LE, United Kingdom

Tucked beneath an old railway arch in Bethnal Green, the food here is seasonal and sustainable modern British fare. Order the rabbit to share. Beautifully cooked and presented, the ... Read more

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35 Maiden Ln, London WC2E 7LB, United Kingdom

Established by Thomas Rule in 1798, this classic English establishment is the oldest restaurant in London. Original features have been carefully preserved in the main restaurant and cocktail bar, and ... Read more

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Smoked Brisket Roll
Dinerama, 19 Great Eastern St, London EC2A 3EJ, Un...

The best barbecue by a long way in London can be found served street food-style at the Street Feast market. David Carter, the grill maestro at ... Read more

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The Quality Chop House
88-94 Farringdon Road London EC1R 3EA, United Kin...

Around since 1869, the narrow, high-ceilinged rooms of this Spartan eating house have been lovingly re-created from the past, with narrow oak tables, newly padded benches and vintage, mismatched ... Read more

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Yauatcha City
Dim Sum
Broadgate Cir, London EC2M 2QS, United Kingdom

I love yum cha and have a whole list of favorite restaurants. But when it comes to pure quality and variety, no place does it better than Yauatcha. This self-styled tea house in Broadgate Circle ... Read more

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100 Strand, London WC2R 0EW, United Kingdom

In operation since 1828, Simpson's-in-the-Strand is one of London's oldest traditional English restaurants. This landmark eatery with dark wood panelling and chandeliers became known as the “Home ... Read more

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St. JOHN Bread and Wine
94-96 Commercial Street, London E1 6LZ, United Kin...

English chef Fergus Henderson, who founded St. John restaurant in London in 1994, is considered the Godfather of nose-to-tail eating whereby every piece of the beast is cooked and eaten. His most ... Read more