The Best Restaurants in London

Bars | Battersea

Humble Grape Battersea A Battersea-based wine bar which began its life as an explosively popular crowdfunding campaign… and is now sharing its love of handcrafted, largely biodynamic wines produced from independent, sustainable vineyards with London’s burgeoning population of wine-lovers.

Restaurants | Chelsea

Chicama Peruvian dining al fresco, or in the beautifully designed dining room.

Restaurants | Covent Garden

The Barbary The second restaurant from the guys at The Palomar. You’ll find it tucked away in a nook in Neal’s Yard, with open kitchen serving up Barbary-inspired goodness.

Restaurants | Borough

Padella Hand-made pasta, on the very cusp of Borough Market….

Restaurants | Liverpool Street

Walter and Monty Life is the longest thing you’ll ever get to do. That’s a scientific fact. But it’s still short. And the best way to deal with this paradox is to fill your life with things that make you – and others – very, very happy. And Walter and Monty is here to do just that.

Restaurants | Vauxhall

Pharmacy 2 The sequel to Damien Hirst’s iconic Notting Hill restaurant, Pharmacy 2 is inside the Newport Street Gallery, with permanent art works from Hirst’s personal art collection and food from Mark Hix.

Restaurants | Soho

L’Escargot ‘Twas 1896, in a land not too far from here, and a gentleman by the name of Georges Gaudin had just opened London’s first French eatery. A dainty little place he coined Le Bienvenue. It’s now known as L’Escargot.

Restaurants | Clapham

MOMMI Konnichi-hola and welcome to Mommi, a southern (London) place where both chopsticks and steak knives co-exist in serendipitous harmony. It’s beautiful. It also plates up modern Japanese and Peruvian cuisine.

Restaurants | Covent Garden

Flat Iron Covent Garden Plumped amid the bustle of Covent Garden’s Henrietta Street, it contains a dedicated Yorkshire Beer bar; a glass-fronted butchery; and a Gelato Counter serving hand-churned, salted caramel ice cream.