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We found 21 restaurants in Best British restaurants in London.
The redoubtable, family-owned Goring has been a hit with the royals for more than a century, but while its thick-carpeted dining room with… more »
Named after the first steam train to run on the old East London line (under which it is housed), Beagle is a confidently casual neighbourhood restaurant… more »
It’s already being tipped for stardom and hailed as a “Chelsea treasure” – in fact this intimate newcomer seems to have it all, judging… more »
Rollicking Brit-themed food is the theme at this dressed-down neighbourly offshoot of Clapham super-chef Adam Byatt’s high-rolling Trinity. From… more »
’Unfussy, unpretentious and very tasty’ is one verdict on St John, although it hardly does justice to Fergus Henderson’s era-defining… more »
Established back in 1798, London’s oldest restaurant remains a paragon of patriotic virtues – despite the odd wink to modernity. Its splendidly… more »
If Jason Atherton’s super-cool uptown flagship were a rock band, it would already have been inducted into the hall of fame. ‘Special things… more »
Lodged within the lavishly refurbished Great Northern Hotel, Plum + Spilt Milk takes its name from the distinctive colours of the first-class dining… more »
Devised and run by three brothers – a chef, a restaurateur and a farmer – The Shed (formerly Italian The Ark) packs all sorts of cheery locals… more »
Heston Blumenthal’s Knightsbridge barnstormer has brought unparalleled kudos to the Mandarin Oriental hotel, and there’s almost universal applause… more »
Richard Corrigan never fails to impress, and the Irish chef’s Mayfair flagship continues to go from strength to strength. This low-ceilinged… more »
‘The focus on British food and drink is a joy’, enthuses a reader who also loves the no-frills, white-walled interior of this converted butcher’s… more »
The hype surrounding the St Pancras Renaissance Hotel may have subsided, but diners at The Gilbert Scott are still overawed by the high drama… more »
A grown-up rendezvous for Soho’s swaggering smart set, Dean Street Townhouse ‘looks like a posh brasserie but feels like a members’ bar populated… more »
‘My, haven’t you aged well?’, quipped one visitor after a trip to rejuvenated Quo Vadis. With the Hart brothers at the helm and Jeremy… more »
British cuisine has really taken off in the past few years and British restaurants have become some of the most popular and sought after in London. Long gone is British food’s reputation of being dull and dreary, British cuisine is now one of the most exciting cuisines around, offering the most delectable of dishes. From classic recipes we all enjoyed growing up with to new and innovative dishes; the very best thing about British cuisine is its use of the most amazing ingredients sourced from the British Isles.
London is currently packed with the best British restaurants, with many of the country’s top chefs championing their homeland’s cuisine. Some of London’s top restaurants are British restaurants, including many of the capital’s Michelin starred restaurants and fine dining restaurants. There are so many great British restaurants in London, a cuisine that is constantly growing in popularity and importance.
Every one of the British restaurants featured in Square Meal’s list of London’s top British restaurants have been tried and tested by food critics and our own customers so check out the reviews and book a table online with Square Meal today. As well as the restaurants on this page, we have listings for British restaurants in the West End, British restaurants in the City and British restaurants in Central London along with British restaurants in many other areas of London. Each Square Meal listing features an independent review, as well as reviews from diners, together with unique special offers such as free drinks and discounts.