Skip to Content

Favorite Restaurants in London

Favorite Restaurants in London

Belvedere $$$$
belvedere-restaurant-interior.jpgThe first restaurant of the Marco Pierre White empire. The decor and the idyllic position in the middle of Holland Park make this charming period building a perfect place for a date. The food at Belvedere is outstanding and the service is very good as well.
Open Sunday
Tel: 020 76021238
Tube: High Street Kensington, Kensington Olympia
Holland Park off Abbotsbury Road SW1

Tamarind $$$
tamarind.jpgNot your everyday Indian restaurant, Tamarind opened its doors in 1999 and has since become the first Indian restaurant in the UK to be awarded a Michelin star. Has excellent food and service. A stunning restaurant that is well-priced.
Closed Saturday lunch
Tel: 020 7629 3561
Tube: Green Park Station – Piccadily Line, Jubilee line, Victoria Line
20 Queen Street W1

Veeraswamy $$
London’s oldest Indian restaurant and the sister of Chutney Mary, Veeraswamy offers delicious and innovative cooking. Good location for pre-theatre suppers.
Lunch : 12:00 – 3:00, Dinner : 5:30 – 11:30
Tel: 020 7734 1401
Tube: Picadilly Circus

99 Regent Street W1

Quaglino’s $$$
s1.jpgLarge bustling restaurant that is stylish to the nth degree. Food is modern British. Quaglino’s house specialties include Chateaubriand grillé, sauce Béarnaise and pommes pailles; calf’s liver and bacon; and a wonderful selection of seafood.
Tel: 0171- 930 6767
Tube: Green Park (Jubilee, Piccadilly, Victoria), Piccadilly Circus (Bakerloo, Piccadilly)
16 Bury Street, SW1

The Blueprint Cafe $$$
European influenced food with a modern flair is the hallmark of the Blueprint Cafe.
Tel: 0171-378 7031
Design Museum
Shad Thames
Butlers Wharf, SE1 2YD

le-pont-de-la-tour.jpgLe Pont de la Tour $$$
Le Pont de la Tour offers modern French cuisine in a lovely setting with a great views.
Tel: 0171-403 3403
Butler’s Wharf Building
36E Shad
Thames, SE1

chop-house.jpgButler’s Wharf Chop House $$$
Hearty British food served in an understated British setting, makes Butler’s Wharf Chop House a favorite.
Tel: 0171-403 3403
Butler’s Wharf Building
36E Shad
Thames, SE1

Belgo Centraal $
Belgian beer, mussels and heaping plates of frites are on the menu. This crazy place is great for easy and inexpensive meal. We recommended it just for the experience.
50 Earlham Street WC2

Gay Hussar $$
An ode to Hungarian cooking and wines. All the dishes at the Gay Hussar are rich, tasty, and let’s face it, decadent. Excellent service and reasonable prices.
Tel: 0171-813 2233
Tube: Covent Garden, Leicester Square
2 Greek Street, W1

Moshi Moshi Sushi
$$Moshi Moshi Sushi restaurant in London
Britain’s original conveyor-belt sushi bar, this is of five of the Moshi Moshi chain of Sushi Restaurants in London. Each has its own character, but all offer the same fresh Japanese cuisine. This restaurant was Designed by Kaneshiro Yusaku, from Zokei Shudan design.
Tel: 0171-247 3227
Unit 24
(above platform 1, behind M&S)
Liverpool Street Station, EC2


Written by staff for

emma burgham

Wednesday 11th of June 2008

Have you tried Sushi 101 in Muswell Hill for great new Japanese? Do review if you can

Comments are closed.

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.

Europe Up Close

Share your love for Europe!

Help spread the word. You're awesome for doing it!