The Best Restaurants in London

Restaurants | Soho

Dean Street Townhouse Old school: mince and potatoes, fish and chips with mushy peas, rib eye steak, roast chicken, jam roly poly and rhubarb crumble.  If the chef’s not somebody’s Mum, he ought to be.

Restaurants | Marylebone

Relais De Venise L’Entrecote Menus are overrated.  And so say the team of choice-slayers behind this wildly popular Parisian institution…which is now also a wildly popular London institution. There’s one meal here: steak frites.

Restaurants | Soho

Nordic Bakery A, er, Nordic Bakery, serving the best cinnamon buns in London, in peaceful surrounds.

Restaurants | Islington

Ottolenghi A North African restaurant with Middle Eastern influences specialising in baked goods, salads and tapas-style fusion food.

Restaurants | Covent Garden

Circus All the world’s a stage… except at Circus, when it’s also your table.

Restaurants | Clerkenwell

Dans Le Noir Presenting the perfect place to bump into an old friend. Famed for its concept – diners eat in pitch black, while being served by blind wait.

Restaurants | West London

High Road Brasserie New York. Istanbul. Barcelona. Chiswick. Sure, only one of them has a Soho …but all of them have a Soho House.

Restaurants | West London

Chakra The Chakra are each of the seven centres of spiritual power in the human body. Chakra in Kensington centres on the belly.

Restaurants | North London

28 Church Row There are 18 places of worship in Hampstead… 19 if you include this place, because at 28 Church Row they’re serving up Spanish and Italian inspired dishes that’ll genuinely give you something to thank The Big Man / Woman upstairs for.