London - Eating
It may surprise you to hear that Britain’s favourite food is: Chicken Tikka Masala. The popularity of Indian cuisine means that you will find Indian restaurants in practically every neighbourhood in London. Traditional English restaurants are much rarer.
English cuisine has, however, seen a revival in the restaurants and recipes of celebrated chefs such as Gordon Ramsay, Marco Pierre White and Fergus Henderson. Between the curry and the Welsh rarebit, just about every other cuisine in the world is represented in London, and often at a world-class level. This is particularly true of major cuisines such as Italian, Chinese, French and Indian.
inamo is a pioneering Oriental fusion restaurant and bar where the control of the dining experience is placed firmly in your own hands. They provide delicious cuisine with charming and timely service in a warm and vibrant atmosphere. At the core of Inamo is their interactive ordering system. Diners place orders from an illustrated food and drinks menu projected onto their table surface. Friendly staff are always on hand to help with whatever you need.
Undoubtedly one of the best Italian restaurants in London. Locatelli’s culinary style can be described as rustic regional food delivered with urban panache. One of their best dishes is the tagliatelle al ragù di capretto, handmade tagliatelle with kid goat ragù.
Situated in the middle of London’s theatre district, this very elegant restaurant has long been the choice for both pre-and-post-dinners. It’s also London’s best restaurant for seafood. The menu includes such delicacies as dressed crab with grated egg and parsley, delicately flavoured sea trout and shrimps with brown butter. J Sheekey attracts a lot of A-list celebrities these days, so booking is absolutely essential.
The interior of this power restaurant near the Houses of Parliament, resembles an old fashioned club and the food consists of traditional English dishes such as juicy marinated lamb, Cumberland sausages, fish cakes and an impressive assortment of pies.
One of the best and certainly most luxurious of London’s many Indian restaurants, Haandi’s cuisine is a modern take on traditional dishes from the Punjabi region of North India. Conveniently close to Harrods’, Harvey Nichols, and Sloane Street.
Simply the best Chinese restaurant in London. So much in fact, it’s pretty much an institution. The interior positively oozes discreet glamour with smoked mirrors and walnut furniture, and the dishes are even better than rumoured: hand-pulled pasta served with minced pork and sweet bean sauce, or Beijing Chicken with walnuts, are just a couple of favourites.
Housed in a former car showroom, and turned into an elegant old-style “Grand Café,” The Wolseley has been regarded by many as the best of the latest crop of new restaurants in London. The food is a mix of modern European and classic brassiere food: omelettes aux fines herbes with frites, marinated herring with potato salad.
Duke of Cambridge
At the rustic Duke of Cambridge in Islington, there are no fast Asian fusion dishes – only slow and carefully prepared meals with organic ingredients. Most dishes go well with a pint of Saint Peter’s Organic Bitter.
A hip and very nice South American restaurant, cool place with classy atmosphere and nice people. Steaks are great but also try the duck tortillas and grilled lamb.
Dehesa is a charcuterie and tapas bar inspired by the cuisine of Spain and Italy. It offers an imaginative menu of dishes designed for sharing. Even though the name Dehesa comes from a unique woodland area in Spain which is home to the black-footed Ibérico pigs—said to produce the best ham in the world—there is also a good choice of vegetarian dishes.
Located on the ground floor of Sanctum Soho Hotel, this restaurant serves a modern British cuisine, with menus changing seasonally. The restaurants bar is an ideal place to relax after work, catch up with friends, or enjoy a few cocktails before dinner.
Mestizo Mexican Restaurant & Tequila Bar
This relaxing restaurant serves authentic Mexican cuisine and the food is well prepared and inspired from traditional recipes from all of Mexico. You will also find a stylish bar, an ideal place for cocktails and tequila.
Masala Zone - Bayswater
Masala Zone is a casual Indian restaurant and offers enjoyable dining experience in an exciting environment. On the menu you will find genuine Indian food prepared by skilled chefs.
Porters English Restaurant
This popular restaurant is located in Covent Garden and serves traditional and mouth-watering English food. On the menu you will find classical dishes like pies, fish and chips, roast beef and much more, all to be served by friendly staff.
This is an authentic Mexican restaurant in the middle of London. Mexican newspapers together with film posters decorate the walls and the atmosphere is warm and friendly.
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