The Best Restaurants in London

Restaurants | Soho

Andrew Edmunds The calendar factory. It’s the ultimate date spot. But if you can’t get in, go to Andrew Edmunds – an old school Soho restaurant overflowing with both stories and charm.

Restaurants | Hackney

The Marksman Famed for their Sunday Roasts, The Marksman manages to be all things to all drinkers & diners.

Restaurants | Farringdon

The Quality Chop House The Quality Chop House is one London restaurant that totally lives up to its name. Which explains how its been feeding the residents of Farringdon, and those from a little further afield, since 1896.

Restaurants | Soho

Randall & Aubin An Anglo-French brasserie filled with with 18th century French chandeliers, disco balls, high bar-style seating, a ton of seafood, and a cellar-full of Champagne.

Restaurants | Covent Garden

Rules You might know Rules as the self-proclaimed oldest restaurant in London. Established by Thomas Rule in 1798, it serves hyper-modern Asian fusion cuisine traditional British food.

Restaurants | Soho

DUM Biryani House Coming to us from Dhruv Mittal (ex-Fat Duck), DUM Biryani House specializes in Hyderabadi biryani, and more or less only Hyderabadi biryani.

Restaurants | Soho

Cutter & Squidge A sweet pitstop in the backstreets of Soho.

Restaurants | Canary Wharf

The Breakfast Club Canary Wharf The Breakfast Club have popped up again – and their most recent incarnation is a 70s working men’s club-cum-casino-cum-brunch-spot.

Restaurants | Shoreditch

Smokestak Smoking is bad for you. Unless you’re smoking hot, or you’re smoking meat. And if it’s meat you’re after, we’ve got just the place.