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We found 329 restaurants in Square Meal 1 Star.
It’s the perfect match for something ‘fresh, creative and affordable’ – no wonder hungry Hoxtonites flock to Cay Tre for its flavourful… more »
Rustic Italian is the theme at Bibo – a new eatery devised by busy restaurateur Rebecca Mascarenhas (Sonny’s, Kitchen W8 etc) and Chris Beverley… more »
Chris Corbin and Jeremy King’s jam-packed time-warp tribute to the opulent Parisian brasserie is almost universally adored – not least… more »
Look for the queues outside this boisterous no-bookings canteen to find what one reader describes as ‘the best Thai street food outside Thailand’… more »
A perfect pit stop for pre- or post-theatre, Sheekey’s Oyster Bar has become just as popular as its senior sibling next door, so follow our advice… more »
If there were any doubts about east London’s claims to culinary credibility, Lardo lays them to rest. ‘Homemade and seasonal’ is where it’s… more »
‘A big step up from Brick Lane’ is how one reader describes the delights of Dishoom, a fun-loving, colonial-style Indian with ‘a touch of… more »
The exposed brick walls and cream leather chairs, plus some rather expensive lighting tell you that Namaasté Kitchen is on the new-wave side… more »
During the afternoon lull, this Victorian boozer looks like your standard gastropub – all stripped wood, leather sofas and chalkboards. Yet hang… more »
The casual outpost of chef Vivek Singh’s Cinnamon family has found its stride, making it increasingly popular with Carnaby Street shoppers… more »
Any Greek restaurant that gets the nod from local Cypriots must be doing something right, and they’re not the only ones who descend in their… more »
Nose-to-tail guru Fergus Henderson keeps things oh-so-simple at this baby sibling of Michelin-starred St John, and continues to champion the… more »
Overlooking one of the few green spaces in Canary Wharf, Plateau is nonetheless a proper big-city venue. You ascend in a lift to the glass-encased… more »
Opening to rave reviews back in 1996, the shabby-chic Havelock Tavern is a long-serving beacon of the gastropub genre – and ‘one of the best’… more »
What began as a three-wheeled pizza van circuiting London’s street-food markets has morphed into a full-blown restaurant, with a heavy-duty oven… more »
London is full of fantastic restaurants, meaning that choosing the right restaurant for you can sometimes prove to be quite a task. The opinion of those who have already experienced a restaurant can often be of help; therefore Square Meal has awarded stars ranging from one to three to some of London’s best restaurants as a guide to how good we believe these London restaurants to be. All of the London restaurants featured in this list have been awarded 1 star by the Square Meal team, meaning that they are considered as London restaurants of a very high standard.
Not every London restaurant features in the Square Meal star categories, meaning those that do are considered to be some of the finest in London. If you can’t find what you are looking for here in the Square Meal 1 star guide you may want to also take a look at London restaurants with 2 Square Meal stars and London restaurants with 3 Square Meal stars.
Every one of the London restaurants with 1 Square Meal star featured in Square Meal’s list of the 1 Square Meal star London restaurants have been tried and tested by critics and our own customers so check out the reviews with Square Meal today. Each Square Meal listing features an independent review, as well as reviews from those who have visited, together with unique special offers such as free drinks and discounts.