The Best Restaurants in London

Restaurants | Soho

Ducksoup Soho The casual, white-tiled, rustic minimalism of Dean Street newcomer Ducksoup is the first thing to hit you.  Well, it’s the second really….

Restaurants | Bank

Bread Street Kitchen After two false starts, Gordon Ramsay’s new restaurant finally launched at One New Change by St Pauls.  A vast, warehouse-inspired venue set out over two floors: it’s gooood.

Restaurants | Covent Garden

The 10 Cases The 10 Cases offers a small but constantly changing menu of European fare in a friendly and intimate venue in the heart of Covent Garden. You’ll want to like it for all the right reasons. And like it you will….

Restaurants | Moorgate

Chiswell Street Dining Rooms This, the Martins’ latest venture, detours from a formula that has brought them so much success over the past ten years: it’s neither a pub, nor does its name begin with “The”.

Restaurants | Hoxton

Red Dog Saloon To coin a cowboy phrase, “it don’t take a genius to spot a goat in a flock of sheep”. Which is probably why you’ll enjoy saddling up and heading to Red Dog Saloon.

Restaurants | Smithfield

St. John Smithfield A London icon, pioneering nose-to-tail dining for 25 years.

Restaurants | Covent Garden

Hawksmoor Seven Dials The first sibling to Hawksmoor Spitalfields, set in a spacious, temple-like dining room dedicated to beef….

Restaurants | Camden

Chin Chin Labs The couple that run Chin Chin Labs aren’t actually that odd, despite wearing lab coats and being tucked in behind various bottles and test tubes of liquid nitrogen.  But they look it.

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.