Eat Out to Help Out Restaurants

Eat Out to Help Out restaurants are widespread up and down the country, so you’re sure to be able to find a local eatery participating in the government scheme. With big name chains like Nando’s and Wagamama leading the charge, plenty of smaller independent places have also signed up to the initiative, so that whatever you’re in the mood for, you’re sure to find the perfect spot for a cheap bite to eat in August.

Updated on 07 August 2020

The government announced the Eat Out to Help Out restaurants scheme in July, to help bolster the hospitality industry’s return to normality (or the 2020 version of normality) post lockdown. The initiative allows Eat Out to Help Out restaurants to sign up for the scheme which then means they can offer diners up to 50% off their bill. For the consumer, this means we are all able to use government-issued vouchers to get up to £10 off a meal in a café, restaurant or bar during the whole of August, when eating out on a Monday, Tuesday or a Wednesday. If £10 equates for less than half of any one diner’s bill, the customer will be required to pay the remaining balance, but households can dine out together using a voucher per head. This means a family of four are able to enjoy a meal which would normally cost £80 for £40, or if the meal came to £100, the party of four would have to pay £60.

Any Eat Out to Help Out restaurants we list are detailed below, to give you a quick-fire introduction to where is offering the discount. If you’d like more information on any – including each restaurant’s new COVID safety measures – please click through to read the full review. If you’d like to narrow down by area you can use our tick boxes on the main restaurant search to find Eat Out to Help Out restaurants near you.

For all the details on the Help Out to Eat Out scheme you can keep up to date with any developments through our frequently-updated article here.

Bolton

Bolton's

Bolton House, 13 Cullum Street, Fenchurch Street, London, EC3M 7JJ

£50 - £79
Italian
Babbo

Babbo

39 Albemarle Street, London, W1S 4JQ

£50 - £79
Italian
Le Pont de la Tour

Le Pont de la Tour

Butlers Wharf, 36d Shad Thames, Bermondsey, London, SE1 2YE

£30 - £49
French
Skylon

Skylon

Royal Festival Hall, Belvedere Road, Waterloo, London, SE1 8XX

Skylon is situated on the third floor Royal Festival Hall in London’s Southbank, with panoramic across the River Thames that are only enhanced by the floor to ceiling windows. Skylon is a D&D restaurant that combines a beautiful setting with impressive views, a stylish grill and a destination bar. 

The venue takes its name from the famous Skylon landmark that was built in celebration of the 1951 Festival of Britain and embraces its UK namesake by using seasonal British produce throughout its dishes.

The restaurant serves up modern European cuisine and is open for lunch, dinner, afternoon tea and weekend brunch.  

 

£50 - £79
British
Orrery

Orrery

55 Marylebone High Street, Marylebone, London, W1U 5RB

£50 - £79
French
Fiume

Fiume

Circus West Village, Sopwith Way, Battersea, London, SW8 5BN

£30 - £49
Italian
Cantina del Ponte

Cantina del Ponte

The Butlers Wharf Building, 36c Shad Thames, Bermondsey, London, SE1 2YE

£30 - £49
Italian
Bread Street Kitchen - Gordon Ramsay

Bread Street Kitchen - Gordon Ramsay

10 Bread Street, Blackfriars, London, EC4M 9AJ

£50 - £79
Bars
International
Avenue

Avenue

7-9 St James's Street, St. James's, London, SW1A 1EE

£30 - £49
British
The Narrow by Gordon Ramsay

The Narrow by Gordon Ramsay

44 Narrow Street, London, E14 8DP

£30 - £49
Gastropub
Blueprint Café

Blueprint Café

28 Shad Thames, Bermondsey, London, SE1 2YD

The Blueprint café offers stunning views, from its large floor to ceiling glass window, of the Thames and Tower Bridge. It is superbly located in Bermondsey, surrounded by the hubbub of south London. The café also serves up some amazing British fare to go with that view of the London skyline.

The interior of the restaurant is sleek and sophisticated, with minimalist table settings and décor throughout the restaurant, to really let the stunning view take centre stage, the London skyline makes for a great backdrop to any dining occasion at the Blueprint Café. The dining spot is opening every day from noon, for lunch and dinner. Start off the resplendent affair with a delicious cocktail, such as the fairytale martini featuring Tanqueray gin, cranberry, and elderflower.

The menu starts of strop with shellfish minestrone and an aged beef tartare, which whet the appetite for more delicious eats to come. The main courses may see you dining on Gloucester old spot pork chops served with caramelised onion, potato puree, and jus. Or for a vegetarian option, the mushroom pearl barley risotto is a great choice, while the roast duck is a sumptuous affair complemented by braised red endives and sharp pink grapefruit.

For afters, settle in with a wholesome carrot cake or an apple and pecan pie while the view of the skyline shifts to night-mode and the city is lit up. Order from the extensive wine list, which features a European-led mix of sparkling, white, and red wines, plus there are some sweet wines to go with dessert.

This D&D restaurant is a superb choice for a variety of dining occasions from impressive dates to dining out with friends to celebrate a birthday. You can’t go wrong with seating either, as the restaurant offers panoramic views throughout the restaurant, guaranteeing a side of London’s skyline with your meal.

£30 - £49
British
The Cinnamon Club

The Cinnamon Club

The Old Westminster Library, Westminster, London, SW1P 3BU

When The Cinnamon Club opened in 2001 it offered up a fine-dining experience when the majority of Indian restaurants in the capital were still subscribing to the curry-house format that had propelled the popularity of the cuisine in the UK.

Classically trained in India, chef Vivek Singh understands the building blocks of age-old cooking techniques and couples them with contemporary twists on classics for unusual and surprising creations that have helped to push his restaurant into the premier league of London eateries. Additional accolades include Singh having authored five bestselling cookbooks and appearing regularly on cooking programmes such as Saturday Kitchen and Celebrity MasterChef.

The Cinnamon Club has recently undergone a £1million refurbishment to transform its home in the old Westminster Library into a bright and modern space that still retains much of its original character. Old books line two sides of the dining room while walls are painted bright white and a mezzanine level adds additional seating without detracting from the double-height space.

Priding itself in catering for every eventuality The Cinnamon Club offers all sorts of special menus, including a vegan one which offers a wonderful selection of plant-based Indian dishes. An early/late menu sees guests offered three courses for £38, including a pre-starter and a seasonal cocktail.

From the main menu you can expect creations like a Bengali-style lobster thermidor and a 48-hour marinated pheasant breast in pickling spices. For those who enjoy communal dining there is also a handful of signature sharing mains, like the Old Delhi-style butter chicken and a whole rack of lamb in a corn and yoghurt sauce.

The Cinnamon Club also offers private dining spaces for special occasions and serves meals from first thing to late into the evening, with a breakfast menu that includes unexpected dishes such as a full traditional cooked English breakfast.

£50 - £79
Indian
SquareMeal London Top 100
Paternoster Chop House

Paternoster Chop House

Unit 1, Warwick Court, Chancery Lane, London, EC4M 7DX

British
Coq d

Coq d'Argent

1 Poultry, City of London, London, EC2R 8EJ

£50 - £79
French
Madison

Madison

One New Change, London, London, EC4M 9AF

£50 - £79
Modern European
Heddon Street Kitchen - Gordon Ramsay

Heddon Street Kitchen - Gordon Ramsay

3-9 Heddon Street, Piccadilly Circus, London, W1B 4BN

Gordon Ramsay’s Heddon Street Kitchen is found just off of Regent’s Street in the heart of London’s West End. This stylish dining destination is housed over two floors and is open for all day dining - and you would feel just as at home grabbing a post-shopping bite to eat at lunch as you would having a dinner or after-work cocktails.

Early risers will enjoy the breakfast menu offering classics such as Eggs Benedict, a Full English and smashed avocado on toasted sourdough. Those looking for brunch with bubbles will enjoy the Prosecco brunch menu. A dedicated children’s menu shows off the restaurant’s family-friendly credentials, while dietary requirements are also considered with seperate vegetarian and gluten-free menus that don’t simply feel like an afterthought.

The restaurant is open for all day dining seven days a week and has a casual dress code.

£50 - £79
Modern European
International
100 Wardour St (Restaurant & Club)

100 Wardour St (Restaurant & Club)

100 Wardour Street, Soho, London, W1F 0TN

£50 - £79
Modern European
Quaglino

Quaglino's

16 Bury Street, St. James's, London, SW1Y 6AJ

£50 - £79
Modern European
Gordon Ramsay maze Grill Park Walk

Gordon Ramsay maze Grill Park Walk

11 Park Walk, Chelsea, London, SW10 0AJ

£50 - £79
North American
Modern European
Sushi
Steak
Burgers
Bluebird

Bluebird

350 King's Road, Chelsea, London, SW3 5UU

£50 - £79
International
New Street Grill

New Street Grill

16a New Street, Liverpool Street, London, EC2M 4TR

£50 - £79
Steak
Bluebird Café White City

Bluebird Café White City

101 Wood Lane, White City, London, W12 7FR

Chelsea stalwart Bluebird Café has spread its wings westward to White City, where it has landed as part of the redevelopment of the former Television Centre. Fans of the original will probably like the look of the new place, but newcomers to the Bluebird brand may wish that the original’s 1990s stylings had been updated for this reincarnation – although the bar is beautiful. 

 

The all-day menu emphasises crowd-pleasing classics – nothing wrong with that, except some of what we tried was decidedly mediocre. Steak tartare to start looked and tasted unappealing, with the meat far from tender and the bread bordering on stale. Meanwhile, a broad bean and ricotta salad did not taste fresh and was under-seasoned.

 

Main courses were better: chicken curry was textbook stuff, well presented and well spiced, while nduja-crusted yellowfin tuna with grilled onions showed dexterity with the flavouring and originality with the ingredient combination. Puddings also pleased, as did the range of drinks on offer, but on current form, this Bluebird has yet to take flight.

 

£30 - £49
International
Plateau Restaurant

Plateau Restaurant

4th Floor, Canada Place, Canary Wharf, London, E14 5ER

£50 - £79
French
London House by Gordon Ramsay

London House by Gordon Ramsay

9 Battersea Square, Battersea, London, SW11 3RA

£30 - £49
Modern European
Union Street Café by Gordon Ramsay

Union Street Café by Gordon Ramsay

47-51 Great Suffolk Street, Southwark, London, SE1 0BS

£30 - £49
Mediterranean
Bars
Italian
Radici

Radici

30 Almeida Street, Islington, London, N1 1AD

D&D London (Quaglino’s, German Gymnasium, Angler etc.) is capitalising on its star signing of Francesco Mazzei by persuading the Islington local to re-fashion Almeida as a neighbourhood Italian. Radici is a more down-to-earth proposition than the chef’s Sartoria, more trattoria than ristorante, albeit styled with the habitual D&D elan. With its eye-catching tiled floors and spindly wooden furniture, Radici looks like an interiors spread from a colour supplement, right down to the olive tree-fringed terrace which affords peerless people-watching of the comings and goings of the Almeida theatre opposite. Ingredients are fresh and seasonal – nibble on some sweet-as-can-be grilled peas while you peruse a menu inspired by Mazzei’s southern Italian childhood. Starters impressed the most: meatballs with a deliciously rich depth of flavour, and a soft curl of perfectly cooked octopus tentacle, crisped up at the tip and surrounded by equally well-timed cannellini beans. Pastas were pedestrian in comparison, and mains of mushroom ragu with polenta, and calf’s liver involtino – rolled into a cigar and stuffed with pancetta, garlic and sage – were both too salty to be enjoyable; order instead one of the excellent pizzas, buoyed up on pillowy dough puffed up from the wood-fired oven. The Italian wine list has lots of interest under £40, although staff need more training on the finer points (a request for a glass of sweet wine was met with a suggestion of bone-dry Tio Pepe). We’ve always been big fans of Mazzei  and we’re sure he’ll iron any issues out – not least so he has somewhere to take the family for a feasting-style Sunday lunch.       

£30 - £49
Italian
14 Hills

14 Hills

120 Fenchurch Street, City of London, London, EC3M 5BA

Named for its lofty location 14 floors above street level, this new high-rise restaurant promises spectacular views of the London skyline, as well as a modern British menu designed by former executive chef of Bar Boulud, Thomas Piat.

Located in the heart of the City, this latest venture from D&D (the unstoppable restaurant group behind Blueprint Cafe, 100 Wardour Street, Coq d’Argent and Le Pont de la Tour, to name but a few) takes its interiors inspiration from the public roof garden crowning the new office building, along with English terraces, roof gardens and courtyards more generally.

This translates to a lush central canopy of evergreen plants and seasonal climbers, plus mature trees, shrubs and several large pergolas dotted around the place in what appears to be a determined bid to rival the top-spot garden upstairs.

Award-winning interior designers Robert Angell Design International needn’t fret too much though, since 14 Hills comes with a distinct advantage over the roof garden: its kitchen. Piat’s all-day menu includes a range of modern British dishes cooked with French flair, from business breakfasts right through to leisurely dinners spent enjoying the views of some of the capital’s most eye-catching landmarks (though City workers in a rush on weekdays will be glad of the fast-serve deli counter).

Those looking for beautiful vistas on weekends are catered for too, thanks to Saturday brunch and Sunday roast menus, the contents of which have yet to be shared.

14 Hills isn’t just a dining destination though, thanks to the bar which puts cocktails at the fore. The extensive selection will include classics, signature serves and modern interpretations of old favourites, many of which will be crafted from in-house ingredients, while wine enthusiasts can choose from a list of interesting wines curated by the on-hand sommeliers.

£50 - £79
British
Hard Rock Cafe Piccadilly Circus

Hard Rock Cafe Piccadilly Circus

Criterion Building, Piccadilly Circus, London, W1J 9HR

It’s rocked up all over the world since opening its now-famous doors in London back in the seventies, but the Hard Rock brand has finally come full circle, thanks to its brand new Piccadilly Circus branch. Vibrant, loud, and full of unique music memorabilia, it’s as rock and roll as any of its other branches, and then a bit more.

With features including curved TV screen tiles that blare out music videos, London Underground-themed booths, and a digital ceiling that flows over the staircase, tourists might just find the enormous video display and neon signs of the Circus outside disappointing by comparison. The collectables that adorn the walls have been given an update at this shiny new branch too, with items once belonging to icons such as Freddie Mercury and David Bowie displayed alongside those of current pop stars Ed Sheeran and Ellie Goulding.

Food-wise, it’s the same as it always has been: homage to classic fast food. Bring your appetite for the likes of spicy shrimp, sliders and nachos ahead of its ‘legendary’ (its adjective, not ours) burgers, which come with all sorts of toppings and sides including, if you can stomach the idea, 24-karat edible gold leaf (for ‘true rock stars’, apparently).

After that, garish desserts beckon – from boozy milkshakes covered in sprinkles, to cheesecake and apple cobbler. Kids, fuelled by noise and E numbers, will revel in the opportunity to run riot, but there’s plenty of good stuff on the beer and cocktail list to keep grown-ups energised or pacified - depending on the circumstances.

The new café's 7,500-square-metre 'Rock Shop' claims to be the largest in the world, meaning diners can buy all manner of souvenirs, or simply make use of the space for a much-needed post-meal walk.

£30 - £49
North American
Burgers
The Lillie Langtry

The Lillie Langtry

19 Lillie Road, London, London, SW6 1UE

£30 - £49
Pubs
Burgers
British
Gastropub
Fish and Chips
Sartoria

Sartoria

20 Savile Row, Mayfair, London, W1S 3PR

Time moves relatively slowly when it comes to Mayfair’s classic restaurants, and Sartoria’s thorough refurb (along with the arrival of chef/patron Francesco Mazzei from L’Anima) is still news on Savile Row. The place now looks pin-sharp, of course, if a little stately with its heavy furniture and hotel-neutral palette – although Mazzei’s emphatically “wonderful” cooking elevates the experience to something approaching “faultless”, with back-up from an “incredible” wine list.

He’s not afraid of simplicity, stuffing romanesco peppers with salt cod or pairing brown and white crab with green apple and pickled radish. Like his well-dressed patrons, he’s not averse to the luxurious, either: try Grana Padano risotto with saffron and duck livers, generous veal milanese for two, or slow-roasted Black Pig belly with pickled vegetables and black pudding.

To finish, insist on zabaglione – think of it as keeping a craft skill alive, not drinking a bowl of expensive custard. Meanwhile, in the late-licence bar, it’s snacks and Negronis a go-go.

£50 - £79
Italian
Butlers Wharf Chop House

Butlers Wharf Chop House

36e Shad Thames, Bermondsey, London, SE1 2YE

£30 - £49
British
German Gymnasium

German Gymnasium

1 King’s Boulevard, King's Cross, London, N1C 4BU

£50 - £79
Afternoon tea
German
Benares

Benares

12a Berkeley Square House, Berkeley Square, Mayfair, London, W1J 6BS

£50 - £79
Indian
Halal
Rotunda

Rotunda

Kings Place, 90 York Way, King's Cross, London, N1 9AG

£30 - £49
Steak
British
LaLa Peshawari

LaLa Peshawari

476 Great West Road, Middlesex, TW5 0TA

Lala Peshawari

Bringing to you the traditional taste of Pakistani and Afghani foods, prepared by our experts chefs straight from Pakistan and Afghanistan,blessed your taste buds with traditional taste.

£30 - £49
Afghan
Aquavit

Aquavit

1 Carlton Street, Piccadilly Circus, London, SW1Y 4QQ

£50 - £79
Scandinavian
One Michelin star
Lucky Cat by Gordon Ramsay

Lucky Cat by Gordon Ramsay

10 Grosvenor Square, Mayfair, London, W1K 6JP

This Asian eating house is the brainchild of TV chef Gordon Ramsay, and replaces his much-loved Maze Mayfair, which operated for 14 years. 

Inspired by the drinking dens of 1930s Tokyo, Lucky Cat is led by executive chef Ben Orpwood, who has previous experience at the likes of glamorous Sexy Fish and long-standing Japanese concept Zuma.   

Lucky Cat’s interiors are the work of design studio AfroditiKrassa, who boast the likes of popular Indian group Dishoom in their portfolio. Food wise, you can expect to dine from a menu of Asian-style small plates and dishes from a robata grill. Chow down on dishes such as seared otoro with house soy, wakame oil and baby kale, as well as Orkney scallop with yuzu and sweetcorn hot sauce, wasabi leaf and lime.

£50 - £79
Pan-Asian
Smith

Smith's Bar & Grill

25 Sheldon Square, Paddington, Paddington, London, W2 6EY

Modern meets traditional at the Smith’s Bar and Grill restaurant, tucked away in the Paddington neighbourhood of central London on the banks of the Grand Union Canal, close to Paddington station. Relaxed but vibrant, Smith’s Bar and Grill is a place for just about any occasion, providing friendly service and attractive surroundings with a modern but still traditional feel, welcoming young and old, friends, family and colleagues alike. As well as a main restaurant and bar Smith’s offers use of a ground floor Lounge and lower level Club Room, both great for functions, plus a spacious pavement seating space for those al fresco drinks in the summer months. While at the bar a great number of draught and bottled beers and wines to suit all tastes are available the Smith’s Bar and Grill food menu includes top quality British steaks cooked to order as well as a wide range of other grills, salads and delectable homemade puddings too.

£30 - £49
Modern European
Burgers
British
Floral by Lima

Floral by Lima

14 Garrick Street, Covent Garden, London, WC2E 9BJ

£30 - £49
Peruvian
Aubaine Mayfair

Aubaine Mayfair

31 Dover Street, Mayfair, London, W1S 4ND

£30 - £49
Dinner by Heston Blumenthal at Mandarin Oriental

Dinner by Heston Blumenthal at Mandarin Oriental

Mandarin Oriental Hyde Park, Knightsbridge, London, SW1X 7LA

Over £80
British
Two Michelin stars
SquareMeal London Top 100
Shoryu Ramen Regent St

Shoryu Ramen Regent St

9 Regent Street, Piccadilly Circus, London, SW1Y 4LR

£30 - £49
Noodles
Japanese
Bala Baya

Bala Baya

Arch 25, 229 Union Street, Southwark, London, SE1 OLR

£30 - £49
Middle Eastern
Aster

Aster

150 Victoria Street, Victoria, London, SW1E 5LB

£50 - £79
Modern European
Boxcar Baker & Deli

Boxcar Baker & Deli

7a Wyndham Place, Marylebone, London, W1H 1PN

Following the launch of Boxcar Butcher & Grill in 2017, the team now have this Baker & Deli just down the road. Open for breakfast and lunch (and dinner on select days), the bakery, store and deli showcases the best of British produce, with diners able to choose whether they want to eat in or take their food away.

In the morning, the kitchen turns out a selection of baked goods, from artisan breads to cakes and pastries (which are half-price from 6pm), while the deli counter is laden with homemade pies, quiches and sausage rolls. Come lunchtime, guests can tuck into salads and sandwiches, alongside a selection of wines, craft beers and ciders. From Wednesday to Saturday, Boxcar stays open until 10pm, serving craft beer, artisan wine, seasonal flatbreads, Swedish meatballs and cheese and charcuterie sharing boards.

If the weather’s nice, you can grab a table on the terrace, while you can also use your visit to do a spot of shopping, as Boxcar sells larder items and household goods, including oils, spreads, artisan chocolates, beauty products and homeware.   

Under £30
British
Linnaean

Linnaean

Embassy Gardens , Nine Elms, London, SW11 7AX

Beauty and health hotspot Linnaean has completed the wellness full-house by adding this stunning restaurant to its line-up of café, spa and apothecary. Designed to provide a holistic approach to good eating, the modern eatery provides a calming respite from busy city life, situated within close proximity to both the riverside and the green expanses of Battersea Park, in the ever-evolving Nine Elms neighbourhood.

The interior of the restaurant is Insta-ready, with a beautiful flower ceiling set aglow by clever lighting and complemented by chic pink furniture and cool tones throughout. With brass accents and pastel decor adding a stylish finish, the pretty restaurant is a calming haven.

The menu is just as reviving as the design, thanks to a kitchen which takes a mainly plant-based approach to the dishes, though flexitarian and gluten-free diets are accommodated just as well as vegans in dishes which incorporate well-sourced ingredients such as lucuma, maca root, maitake mushrooms, ginseng and much more from around the globe. Sustainability and seasonality are also major influences on the menu, as too a focus on nutrition.

Linnaean’s signature brunch offering comes complete with scrambled eggs, bacon tempeh, beetroot chorizo, stewed beans, sweet potatoes and courgette with mint and avocado so you won’t miss sausage, bacon and black pudding. The clean-eating lunch options are just as wholesome, with salmon poké bowls, vibrant veggie goodness bowls and hearty stews. Flavours are creative and innovative; try the parsnip ‘ribs’ and aubergine escalivada, which take smoky to another level.

The drinks menu continues the well-sourced theme, curated from fine ingredients, with a fantastic line-up of alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages including a hibiscus and rose-infused Martini Bouquet and a passionfruit and Seedlip-based Tropical Plunge. The bar also tailors to patrons with a penchant for stronger liquors, offering imported piscos, rums, whisky and Tequila.

Under £30
Modern European
Vegetarian
Vegan
Spanish
Central European
Burgers
Brasserie
Bars
Afternoon tea
International
Ice Cream
Fusion
Wine Bars
Robata

Robata

56 Old Compton Street, Soho, London, W1D 4UE

£30 - £49
Pan-Asian
Japanese
Fish
Aqua Kyoto

Aqua Kyoto

240 Regent Street (entrance 30 Argyll Street), Oxford Circus, London, W1B 3BR

£50 - £79
Japanese
The Black Dog

The Black Dog

112 Vauxhall Walk, Vauxhall, London, SE11 5ER

£30 - £49
Gastropub
Shoryu Ramen Shoreditch

Shoryu Ramen Shoreditch

45 Great Eastern Street, Shoreditch, London, EC2A 3HP

Ramen aficionados have helped this pleasingly authentic noodle joint to thrive and multiply, despite stiff competition. Looks-wise, Shoryu mixes muted colours and nondescript artwork with traditional decorations such as white bamboo lamps, feature walls incorporating roof tiles, and a gong for welcoming diners – many of them Japanese. Despite the crowds, serenity and efficiency reign here: dishes go from order pad to plate faster than a speeding bullet train. Load up on shareable snacks such as “sinfully good” hirata buns, Wagyu beef skewers or “delightfully fresh” sashimi, but don't miss the signature Dracula tonkotsu – a deep, comforting, savoury bowl of garlic-laden broth that harbours tender BBQ pork, soft noodles, crisp Asian vegetables and a soy-seasoned egg. To drink, the list of sakés (including rare and premium offerings) is a draw; alternatively, try an Asian-inflected cocktail or a cleansing tea.

Under £30
Noodles
Japanese
The Five Fields

The Five Fields

8-9 Blacklands Terrace, Chelsea, London, SW3 2SP

Over £80
British
One Michelin star
Aqua Spirit

Aqua Spirit

Fifth Floor, 240 Regent Street (entrance 30 Argyll Street), Oxford Circus, London, W1B 3BR

Bars
Xier

Xier

13-14 Thayer Street, Marylebone, London, W1U 3JR

Over £80
Modern European
SquareMeal London Top 100
1 Lombard Street

1 Lombard Street

1 Lombard Street, City of London, London, EC3V 9AA

Sat in the heart of The City, just across from Bank station, 1 Lombard Street is a restaurant not short on wow factor. The impressive former banking hall oozes grandeur, making it the ideal place to come for a truly memorable meal. Whether you're wanting to celebrate a special occasion with a luxurious three course meal or simply want a light lunch, one of the variety of menus designed by legendary restaurateur Mark Hix MBE is bound to suit.

Expect lavish interiors at 1 Lombard Street, with the brasserie's impressive circular skylight casting sunlight over the bar below and giving the entire dining room a bright and airy feel. Meanwhile the walls of the restaurant play host to a number of stunning artworks including pieces by notable British artists including Antony Gormley and Steve Claydon, while mobiles hang from above.

The food menu, developed by Hix alongside executive chef Robin Freeman, has a focus on showcasing the finest British produce and changes regularly depending on seasonal availibility. Starters might include dishes such as Severn & Wye smoked eel served on butter-fried rye bread, or a salted ox cheek and green bean salad.

Main courses range from a Cumberland sausages and mash to grilled Dorset blue lobster with a garlic butter, and there is also a variety of steaks on offer too. While a traditional pudding menu features classics such as Eton mess, cherry Bakewell pudding, and a dark chocolate mousse.

On top of the main menu, there is also an elaborate vegetarian and vegan menu as well as a lengthy breakfast menu with a section dedicated exclusively to Clarence Court eggs.

In terms of drinks, the wine menu covers a number of different regions at all price points, while the bar offers everything from cocktails to draught beer. A variety of soft drinks are also available.

£50 - £79
British
Aqua Nueva

Aqua Nueva

Fifth Floor, 240 Regent Street (entrance 30 Argyll Street), Oxford Circus, London, W1B 3BR

£50 - £79
Tapas
Spanish
Brasserie Zédel

Brasserie Zédel

20 Sherwood Street, Piccadilly Circus, London, W1F 7ED

Brasserie Zedel is a grand Parisian style brasserie in the heart of Picadilly serving traditional and affordable French food in a large and welcoming setting with striking Art Deco interiors.  The restaurant’s food and exceptional value have made it an institution of sorts with culinary great Pierre Koffman labelling it “ the only real brasserie in London”. The restaurant is hidden away behind the ZL café in a building which also plays host to a classic American bar ‘Bar Americain’ and The Crazy Coqs, a popular live music and cabaret venue.

The a la Carte menu is available from 11.30am until midnight, perfect for pre or post theatre meals. Among the hors d’oeuvres Diners will be pleased to find all the French culinary stereotypes including Frogs legs with confit garlic mayonnaise, snails with garlic and parsley butter, steak tartare and of course French onion soup. Main courses are equally traditional with options such as braised beef and bacon stew in a Burgundy wine sauce with mashed potatoes; grilled tripe sausage with a mustard sauce; and grilled flat-iron steak with a red wine and bone marrow reduction.  Naturally desserts follow suit and guests will struggle to choose between the likes of lemon meringue tart; profiteroles with chocolate sauce; crème Brulee; or a caramelised apple tart for two to share. Every day a different plat du jour is added to the menu comprising French classics such as rabbit in mustard sauce, duck confit with white bean fricassé and salmon en croute with a butter sauce. On Sundays the venue offers a French take on a typical English roast.

The Prix Fixe menu offer astonishingly good value starting at £10.95 for two courses and £14.25 for a three. It usually comprises a shredded carrot starter with Dijon dressing, followed by chopped steak with peppercorn sauce and French fries and finished with a decadent Manjari chocolate tart.

£30 - £49
French
Hawksmoor Edinburgh

Hawksmoor Edinburgh

23 West Register Street, Edinburgh, Edinburgh, EH2 2AA

Following the opening of a site in Manchester, steakhouse juggernaut Hawksmoor has once again expanded its remit beyond the capital with this new site in Edinburgh. Finding its home in the grand art deco banking hall of a Grade-A listed building on St Andrew Square, the space boasts 185 covers and includes a 12-seat private dining room. The impressive building has been sensitively and sympathetically refurbished to celebrate its original features and is a beautiful setting for your next business lunch or dinner with friends. 

The restaurant draws from the incredible produce Scotland has to offer with beef from grass-fed cattle and seafood sourced from the Scottish Coast. From the kitchen, you can expect the usual run of grilled meat and fish dishes, including starters of potted beef and bacon with Yorkshires, and Tarbert crab on toast. Mains include the signature steaks alongside alternatives such as a double cheeseburger with chips, or a veggie option of ash baked beetroots with green sauce and whipped ricotta. To round things off, there’s sticky toffee pudding, ice cream sundaes and salted caramel rolos, while fun cocktails include a Nuclear Banana Daiquiri. 

Those looking to enjoy steak on St Andrew Square will discover everything they need at Hawksmoor Edinburgh, just a short walk from Princes Street, it is conveniently located and easy to reach. Explore the Hawksmoor Edinburgh menu below or peruse our menu highlights for some inspiration on what to order during your next visit.

Under £30
Steak
British
Galvin at Windows

Galvin at Windows

London Hilton, 22 Park Lane, St. James's, London, W1K 1BE

£50 - £79
French
Shoryu Ramen Manchester

Shoryu Ramen Manchester

1 Piccadilly, Manchester, Greater Manchester, M1 1RG

Ramen aficionados have helped this pleasingly authentic noodle joint to thrive and multiply, first in Japan and then across the UK, despite stiff competition.

Looks-wise, Shoryu mixes muted colours and nondescript artwork with traditional decorations such as white bamboo lamps, feature walls incorporating roof tiles, and a gong for welcoming diners – many of them Japanese. The atmosphere is consistently buzzy and upbeat with the staff here on hand to make you feel welcome.

Despite the crowds, serenity and efficiency reign: dishes go from order pad to plate faster than a speeding bullet train and come as and when they’re ready. To start, load up on shareable snacks such as sinfully good shoryu buns, Wagyu beef skewers or delightfully fresh sashimi, say, or try crisp soft shell crab tempura and a fresh cucumber salad.

Whatever small plates you choose, leave room for the main event and don't miss the signature Dracula tonkotsu – a deep, comforting, savoury bowl of garlic-laden broth that harbours tender BBQ pork, soft noodles, crisp Asian vegetables and a soy-seasoned egg. It’s the rich, deep stock that makes this so delicious: a pork concoction that is simmered slowly for hours on end (12 to be precise) to produce a silken soup base that has layers of flavour. If you prefer something a little lighter there are also miso iterations packed with veg and bamboo shoots, or a seafood combination that sees scallops, squid and prawns all combined in a savoury broth. Keep an eye out for seasonal specials too, as these often harbour luxurious or unusual ingredients and are perfect for when you fancy trying something new.

To drink, the list of sakés (including rare and premium offerings) is a draw; but alternatively, try an Asian-inflected cocktail or a cleansing tea from the concise but perfectly formed menu.

Under £30
Noodles
Japanese
Cafe Murano Covent Garden

Cafe Murano Covent Garden

36 Tavistock Street, Covent Garden, London, WC2E 7PB

£50 - £79
Italian
Hans’ Bar & Grill - Pavilion Road

Hans’ Bar & Grill - Pavilion Road

164 Pavilion Road, Chelsea, London, SW1X 0BP

£30 - £49
Modern European
Sagardi

Sagardi

Cordy House, 95 Curtain Road, Old Street, London, EC2A 3BS

£50 - £79
Steak
Spanish
Barbecue
Fish
Norma

Norma

8 Charlotte Street, Fitzrovia, London, W1T 2LS

Norma celebrates the coming together of flavours from the south of Italy and north Africa, a pairing that pays homage to the history of Sicily. This Italaian-inspired restaurant is overseen by chef Ben Tish, who previously ran the Salt Yard group and is now culinary director of The Stafford London hotel – Norma’s parent company.

Despite the definite foodie credentials, a visit to Norma is as much about the interiors and hospitality as it is the menu. The three-floor townhouse space looks to recreate the grand café culture found throughout Sicily, while staff are warm and charming in their manners, reminiscent of that signature Italian service. A crudo bar greets guests at the entrance, made up of strikingly clashing marble colours, while the dining room is awash with intricate mosaic walls, hanging pendant lighting, booth seating and cosy seating nooks found in carved-out arch spaces. Low lighting adds to the ambiance.

On the first floor you’ll find the cocktail bar where you can enjoy drinks and snacks, while the top floor hosts a private dining space. Here guests can work with the kitchen team to perfect their party menu from a selection of family-style sharing platters and will enjoy their meal in the warm and intimate surrounds of the mirrored-ceiling space.

Back in the main restaurant and the menu features Sicilian-inspired dishes made using seasonal Italian and British produce. While the menu might change from day-to-day, you can always expect sparklingly fresh seafood from the bar, dressed with high-quality olive oil or other deftly handled garnishes, while the antipasti options might throw up combinations like burrata with chicory, blood orange and coriander seeds. Homemade pastas are the kitchen’s signature serves, while mains like grilled salt marsh lamb or pan-fried stone bass feature as large plates. There is also a full vegan menu for plant-based eaters and a selection of tempting dessert for a sweet finish to your experience at Norma.

£30 - £49
Italian
Inamo Covent Garden

Inamo Covent Garden

11-14 Hanover Place, Covent Garden, London, WC2E 9JP

The Covent Garden branch of futuristic London micro-chain Inamo brings top notch pan-Asian cuisine, as well as their famous interactive tables, to another prime London location. The Covent Garden restaurant sees you order your food using iPads and then while you’re waiting for it to arrive you can entertain yourselves by playing games, drawing pictures or changing the design of your interactive table top.


The Inside of Inamo Covent Garden is typical of all of their restaurants with dim lighting allowing for the table projections to glow; wooden panels and elaborate patterns line the walls, with a bright bar lit up from below. Everything about Inamo Covent Garden is cool, slick and modern whilst maintaining some of the feeling of a traditional Asian restaurant.


The food offering is all based around sharing, with the huge menu giving diners the opportunity to create a real feast. Tapas-style dishes include classics such as sweet chilli prawn tempura, beef tataki, and bang bang cauliflower. A wide range of sushi and sashimi can also be enjoy with options such as seared salmon maki and New York rolls on offer amongst others.


On top of this the menu features a separate yakitori section with both veggie and meat options available. Larger sharing dishes include a plate of sizzling black pepper beef fillet and Korean BBQ ribs, with miso soup and rice both available to have on the side. To finish, why not try one of Inamo’s baked Alaskas or perhaps a chocolate fizz fondue.


Accompanying the amazing food, Inamo’s long drinks list features an impressive selection of cocktails such as a raspberry mojito and a lychee martini. There’s also a decent selection of wines and beers available, or for something a little more traditional why not try some of the sake on offer if you can handle it.

£30 - £49
Ayllu

Ayllu

25 Sheldon Square, Paddington, London, W2 6EY

Hidden beneath Smiths Bar & Grill, away from busy Paddington Central, Ayllu is a swanky Peruvian restaurant serving traditional dishes also influenced by the flavours and aromas of Japan.

Taking its name from a historical Peruvian group of families called the Ayllu, this contemporary restaurant is all about sharing fresh plates of food in a cool but cosy setting.

Ayllu’s decor is chic through and through, with the walls and plush leather booths all done up in dark green. Oversized pendant light bulbs hang from the ceiling at one end of the room and at the other glows a backlit bar stacked with a huge array of spirits.

The menu is full of classic Peruvian fusion dishes and begins with small plates such as guacamole served with prawn crackers and corn tortillas, pork bao buns, and croquetas de pescados served with a hot chilli mayo. These are followed by a selection of traditional South American dishes such as tiraditos, anticuchos, tacos and ceviches.

Larger plates include seafood dishes such as grilled octopus glazed with teriyaki sauce and served on a corn purée, and a whole sea bream marinated in mirin. There are also meatier offerings available including baby chicken, served with grilled vegetables, coriander and a mint aioli, as well as spiced picanha – a fatty cut of beef which is particularly popular in South America. For dessert, expect favourites such as churros and baked cheesecake.

The drinks offering at Ayllu is just as central to the restaurant as the food and is predominantly focused around cocktails. Unusual concoctions include the Red Hot Chilli Pepper which combines mescal with Grand Marnier, sours and jalapeno syrup, and also a couple of beer-based cocktails, one of which pairs Corona with mango syrup and chai tea. If you’re looking for something a little more classic, there’s also the option to share a jug of sangria.

£30 - £49
Peruvian
South American
Japanese
Fusion
The Lighterman

The Lighterman

3 Granary Square, King's Cross, London, N1C 4BH

£30 - £49
Modern European
British
Cafe Murano St James

Cafe Murano St James's

33 St James’s Street, St. James's, London, SW1A 1HD

£50 - £79
Italian
Shoryu Oxford

Shoryu Oxford

Westgate, Castle Street, Oxford, Oxfordshire, OX1 1NZ

Ramen aficionados have helped this pleasingly authentic noodle joint to thrive and multiply, despite stiff competition. Looks-wise, Shoryu mixes muted colours and nondescript artwork with traditional decorations such as white bamboo lamps, feature walls incorporating roof tiles, and a gong for welcoming diners – many of them Japanese. Despite the crowds, serenity and efficiency reign here: dishes go from order pad to plate faster than a speeding bullet train. Load up on shareable snacks such as “sinfully good” hirata buns, Wagyu beef skewers or “delightfully fresh” sashimi, but don't miss the signature Dracula tonkotsu – a deep, comforting, savoury bowl of garlic-laden broth that harbours tender BBQ pork, soft noodles, crisp Asian vegetables and a soy-seasoned egg. To drink, the list of sakés (including rare and premium offerings) is a draw; alternatively, try an Asian-inflected cocktail or a cleansing tea.

£30 - £49
Japanese
Pollen Street Social

Pollen Street Social

8-10 Pollen Street, London, W1S 1NQ

Secreted beside a discreet Mayfair alleyway since 2011, Jason Atherton’s imperious Michelin-starred flagship, Pollen Street Social, remains “bang on the money” – a “masterpiece of fine dining” and a worthy winner of the SquareMeal Restaurant of the Year award in 2011 and 2017. Step through the glass door and the good vibrations hit you straight away, while the clean-lined metropolitan dining room shows its cosmopolitan class with dramatic lampshades and eye-catching arty exhibits.

Atherton may oversee a global empire these days, but he still puts in the shifts at PSS, and is often to be seen at the pass – a world-class hands-on restaurateur in his rightful place. Culinary influences and cross-fertilisation abound, but everything is underpinned by indigenous ingredients, from a witty Cockney riff involving smoked eel, buttermilk, beetroot reduction and jellied eel to South Downs fallow deer with pear, cocoa and chocolate vinegar or “staggeringly good” Lakeland lamb with beetroot, blackcurrant, savoy cabbage and a mini hotpot on the side – scintillating, exuberant food of the highest order, with maximum flavour delivering maximum satisfaction.

Provenance is absolutely key to Atherton, who believes that a menu can only ever be as good as its ingredients and has taken the time to foster long-term relationships with suppliers across Britain in order to obtain the very best produce the UK has to offer, from Colchester crab to Buccleuch beef, Jersey oysters, Orkney scallops and Goosnargh duck from Lancashire.

To start, the ‘fruits of the British sea’ is a delirious array of maritime delights presented on a special stand – we love the oyster ice cream dressed with an oyster leaf, the lobster cocktail, and the scallop with pickled radish and jalapeño; to finish, the dessert bar promises close encounters with the likes of Brogdale pear sorbet, goats’ cheese ice cream, honey and bee pollen.

Service plays it ‘social’ without ever losing its professional cool, and there are treasures galore on the ever-expanding wine list curated by the group’s whizz-bang sommelier Laure Patry. “Few places are such a treat” concludes one admirer of Pollen Street Social– amen to that. 

£50 - £79
British
One Michelin star
SquareMeal London Top 100
27 Restaurant & Bar

27 Restaurant & Bar

27 Curzon Street, Mayfair, London, W1J 7TJ

Occupying a plush Mayfair townhouse, Crown London Aspinalls combines a private members’ club and this swanky bar and restaurant. Polished wooden flooring, stuccoed mantelpieces and comfortable leather dining chairs create a serene, classy vibe, emphasised by delicate chandeliers and sleek black display cabinets full of pricey-looking objets. The expansive menu caters for the hyper-wealthy international set who frequent such establishments in such postcodes, encompassing separate lists of crowd-pleasing Middle Eastern, Chinese, Indian, Japanese and modern European dishes. As the head chef hails from Japan, sushi is a good place to start, perhaps scallop, wasabi and cucumber maki rolls. Then you might stay in Asia for a Chinese dish of stir-fried noodles with Wagyu beef, or head to the Middle East for Lebanese mixed grill. Chicken biryani or asparagus risotto should satisfy any diners still deliberating. All members and their guests must be 18+.

 

Modern European
Middle Eastern
Sushi
Japanese
Chinese
International
Indian
Le Deli Robuchon

Le Deli Robuchon

82 Piccadilly, Mayfair, London, W1J 8HB

A more casual sibling to Le Comptoir Robuchon on nearby Clarges Street, Le Deli Robuchon offers a sophisticated all-day menu, as well as grab and go options and a patisserie.

Finding its home on Piccadilly, Le Deli Robuchon features a mixture of traditional and high-top seating, as well as a ‘retail hub’ in the room’s centre which features a hand-picked selection of products loved by the Robuchon team which are available to purchase and take home.

At breakfast, guests can enjoy freshly-baked pastries such as a traditional handmade croissant or banana bread with mascarpone and caramelised almonds. There’s also porridge topped with dry fruits and chia seeds, while later in the day a selection of hot and cold sandwiches are available – think Jambon-Beurre Le Prince de Paris, baguette, ham and Robuchon’s signature butter or Le Croque à la truffe, Saint-Nectaire and truffle.

There are salads to choose from for any diners on the hunt for something light, while those looking to indulge can opt for one of the cheese and charcuterie boards, which are perfect for sharing. If you’re not in a rush, you can also enjoy Le Deli Robuchon’s classical afternoon tea at a leisurely pace. Glass of Brut Rosé Louis Roederer, anyone?

Le Deli Robuchon comes from the Robuchon group that was founded by superstar chef Joël Robuchon, who passed away in August of 2018 aged 73 following a battle with cancer. Robuchon’s original London restaurant – L'Atelier De Joël Robuchon – closed in April of 2019. Robuchon opened the restaurant following his official retirement at the age of 50, after being inspired by a trip to Asia.

Robuchon is remembered as one of the all-time great chefs, having been awarded 32 Michelin stars during his long-standing career, across 13 countries. His restaurant empire stretches across the globe, taking in Paris, New York, Las Vegas, Singapore and Hong Kong to name just a few.

Under £30
Brasserie
French
Shoryu Ramen Carnaby

Shoryu Ramen Carnaby

Unit G3-5 Kingly Court, Oxford Circus, London, W1B 5PJ

£30 - £49
Noodles
Japanese
Aqua Shard

Aqua Shard

Level 31 The Shard, 31 St Thomas Street, , Southwark, London, SE1 9RY

£50 - £79
British
Lima London

Lima London

31 Rathbone Place, Fitzrovia, London, W1T 1JH

£30 - £49
Peruvian
The Wolseley

The Wolseley

160 Piccadilly, St James's, London, W1J 9EB

This all-day café-restaurant, found in Piccadilly, is renowned for its unique combination of British heritage teamed with European grandeur. The Wolsey still holds its reputation as ‘somewhere special’ to visit, many years since opening, and is open seven days a week for breakfast, lunch, afternoon tea and dinner.

The iconic site of 160 Piccadilly began its story when it was commissioned in 1921 by Wolsey Motors Limited to English architect William Curtis Green, their desire was to create a prestigious car showroom that excluded luxury and grandeur. Marble pillars and archways teamed with Venetian-inspired details left an impressive finish, but alas the cars did not sell quickly enough and in 1926 the company went into bankruptcy. Barclays Bank took over the site in 1927 and it wasn’t until 2003 that restaurateurs Chris Corbin and Jeremy King acquired the building and began a sympathetic renovation, later that same year The Wolsey opened its doors as the grand cafe-restaurant destination that we find today.

Known for its spectacular design, classic food and seamless service, The Wolsey remains an iconic and popular choice for both Londoners and tourists alike. Find out more about The Wolsey, the experience and its menus by reading our review.

£50 - £79
Modern European
Central European
Afternoon tea
SquareMeal London Top 100
Boxcar Butcher & Grill

Boxcar Butcher & Grill

23 New Quebec Street, Marble Arch, London, W1H 7SD

This Marylebone site comes with a novel twist, thanks to its butchery-to-cooking concept. Boxcar features a ground-floor dining room which is supported by a traditional British butchers shop on the lower floor.

Open daily from 8am (9am on weekends), diners at Boxcar can visit on weekday mornings to enjoy coffee and fresh pastries, while light breakfast options are available come the weekend. At lunch and dinner, a navy and copper colour scheme is supported by a simple menu of burgers (beef or veggie), homemade pies, seasonal salads and grilled steaks, made using 28-day rare breed Galloway beef.

Drinks wise, there’s an unfussy range of bespoke cocktails, spirits, wines and beers. If you’re looking to recreate some Boxcar dishes at home, stop by the on-site butcher’s shop, where you’ll find chicken, lamb, pork and beef to take home and cook yourself.  

Under £30
British
TOKii

TOKii

50 Great Cumberland Place, Marble Arch, London, W1H 7FD

£50 - £79
Sushi
Japanese
Terra Terra

Terra Terra

120 Finchley Road, Finchley, London, NW3 5JB

If there’s one thing better than a brand new Italian restaurant, it’s a brand new Italian restaurant that’s open all day, and we mean all day. With fresh Italian coffee available from 6.30am and freshly-baked goods from the on-site bakery making an appearance from 7.30am, early birds and commuters will have no excuse to travel hungry from north London to wherever they’re headed.

Inspired by the bustling food markets of Bologna and Florence, Terra Terra’s focus will be on melding traditional Italian dishes with modern recipes to create simple food that epitomises the rich flavours of the cuisine. The owners have also pledged to use only locally-sourced ingredients from trusted suppliers who have cultivated and nurtured their land for generations, so diners can be sure of the freshest produce on their plates.

The menu is simple but enticing, with typical dishes such as cacio e pepe arancini, fennel sausage pizette with roasted peppers and chilli oil, and pea and courgette risotto appearing alongside more innovative creations including crab macaroni with chilli and samphire, and lamb ragu with casarecce and pangrattato. There will also be sandwiches and lighter bites for lunch. Traditionalists will love the desserts on offer, which include ricotta cannolo, and Amalfi lemon posset with fennel and almond biscotti.

Come evening, the two-floor restaurant, conveniently located opposite Finchley Road station, will transform from a trendy bakery/café-restaurant to a space for great cocktails. Overseen by award-winning mixologist Walter Pintus (formerly of The Mandrake, the Rivoli Bar at The Ritz and The Conduit), the list will feature a range of exciting concoctions. During summer months, guests seeking tranquillity can take advantage of the outdoor space, which takes the form of a private terrace that’s nicely tucked away from the hustle and bustle of the Finchley Road.

£30 - £49
Italian
Wine Bars
Sake No Hana

Sake No Hana

23 St James's Street, St. James's, London, SW1A 1HA

£50 - £79
Sushi
Japanese
Babur

Babur

119 Brockley Rise, London, London, SE23 1JP

£30 - £49
Indian
The Dome Bar at 1 Lombard Street

The Dome Bar at 1 Lombard Street

1 Lombard Street, City of London, London, EC3V 9AA

£30 - £49
British
Bars
J Sheekey

J Sheekey

28-32 St Martin's Court, Covent Garden, London, WC2N 4AL

£50 - £79
Fish
Caviar House & Prunier

Caviar House & Prunier

161 Piccadilly, London, W1J 9EA

A brand truly synonymous with luxurious living, the Caviar House and Prunier is located in the very centre of historic London, just off of Piccadilly. Glamorously and elegantly put together, the décor promising indulgence and comfort – just look at that wall of wine and you’ll know that you’re in for a truly decadent treat – Caviar House and Prunier is nonetheless subtle, not needing to shout from the rooftops or make overblown gestures, quite simply because guests know that this, the flagship store of an internationally recognised name, is the best. The only UK retailer producing their very own caviar and the first to introduce sustainable products, Caviar House and Prunier offers the very best caviar and smoked salmon (under the brand name Balik) in the world, and this Seafood Bar provides customers with the opportunity to sample this. Not only are there numerous types of caviar to be enjoyed, but numerous other seafood dishes, including excellent platters.

£50 - £79
Fish
Il Pampero

Il Pampero

20 Chesham Place, London, SW1X 8HQ

£50 - £79
Italian
Opso

Opso

10 Paddington Street, London, W1U 5QL

£30 - £49
Greek
Elliot

Elliot's - Borough Market

12 Stoney Street, Borough Market, London, London, SE1 9AD

£30 - £49
British
Gordon Ramsay Bar & Grill

Gordon Ramsay Bar & Grill

10–13 Grosvenor Square, Mayfair, London, W1K 6JP

There was much fanfare (and a few accusations of cultural appropriation) when celebrity chef Gordon Ramsay replaced his long-standing Maze restaurant on Grosvenor Square with the Asian-inspired Lucky Cat.

However, it seems that in the midst of publicity surrounding that restaurant, Ramsay quietly opened another without anyone really knowing. Those who remember Maze will know that it was split between the Maze dining room and Maze Grill, and it’s the latter space which the chef has transformed, re-launching it as Gordon Ramsay Bar & Grill – although it actually doesn’t sound too different to Maze Grill.

This is a Gordon Ramsay steakhouse, with 35 day-aged steaks being the stars of the show. Cuts include cote de boeuf, tomahawk and T-bone which are all served with the usual thick-cut chips and traditional sauces, but there are other options on the menu too.

Those not in the mood for steak can instead enjoy the likes of a classic beef wellington with mashed potato or octopus served with almond sauce and chimichurri which has been roasted on a Josper grill. There are plenty of truffle options too, including truffle gnocchi with truffle cream, wilted spinach and walnuts, as well as a vegetarian Truffle Shuffle burger: Truffle tremor cheese, mushrooms, truffle aioli and watercress.

Fans of Maze will also remember its chef’s table, which has been replaced here by a Butcher’s Block experience, where guests sit right by the open kitchen and are treated to an array of carnivorous dishes.  

Gordon Ramsay Bar & Grill is open all day, so you can expect the likes of a full English or French toast with maple bacon and crème fraiche in the morning, while on the weekends there’s bottomless brunch (avocado on toast, pancake stacks) on Saturdays and traditional roasts with all of the trimmings on Sundays.   

£50 - £79
North American
Steak
Burgers
Barbecue
Wahaca Wimbledon

Wahaca Wimbledon

35 The Broadway, London, London, SW19 1QD

Mexican
Acanthus

Acanthus

Macdonald Berystede Hotel & Spa, Ascot, Berkshire, SL5 9JH

Our newly refurbished Acanthus Restaurant will appeal to those who appreciate a relaxed approach to award-winning dining. With banquet seating, a cosy snug perfect for private hire and a stylish design, this is the place to eat in Ascot. Large windows overlook our Royal Enclosure Patio and fill the restaurant with natural light.

£30 - £49
Modern European
Gordon Ramsay Street Pizza - St Paul

Gordon Ramsay Street Pizza - St Paul's

Gordon Ramsay Street Pizza 10 Bread Street, London, EC4M 9AJ

We're serving up bottomless pizza, cocktails, craft beers and an epic line-up of all-female DJs throughout the week in St Paul's. 

Under £30
Pizza
Ice Cream
Madera at Treehouse London

Madera at Treehouse London

14-15 Langham Place, Oxford Circus, London, W1B 2QS

£50 - £79
Mexican
Daisy Green

Daisy Green

20 Seymour Street, London, W1H 7HX

Under £30
Franco Manca Brixton

Franco Manca Brixton

Unit 4, Market Row, Brixton, London, SW9 8LD

The first Franco Manca pizzeria, a true pioneer of Neapolitan-style sourdough pizza in the UK, was born in the heart of Brixton Village. Centrally located within the Granville arcade, which feels like a step back in time itself, is where it all began at unit four, Market Row. In its natural home, nestled in between the independent shops, craft boutiques, and quaint cafes underneath the railway arches, the white awning peeps out over the charming wooden outside seating. The restaurant is just around the corner from Brixton tube station, iconic Electric Avenue bars and clubs, and the Prince of Wales for a post-pizza brew.

The founder, Giuseppe Mascoli, bought the premises from the previous pizzeria owner, paying homage to him by aptly borrowing his name for his empire, which translates to ‘Frank’s missing’.  While the Franco Manca brand has certainly grown, this pizzeria still holds onto its true origins as a cosy and intimate restaurant. As you peer through the glass windows to see where it all started, the interior is friendly and familiar. It feels like a true Italian experience, with well-used peels proudly hung up on the white tiled walls and the warm aroma of the hot Tufac brick, imported from Naples. Each pizza only takes 40 seconds to bake within the 500 degree wood-fired ovens.

It is well worth the trek and queues to grab a pie from the small pizzeria, you can be guaranteed value for money with quality, organic ingredients and smashing sourdough bases. The produce is either imported from Italian or grown locally, all carefully selected to ensure the food is at its seasonal prime. And the fresh lemonade definitely helps wash it down nicely. This is a must for all Franco Manca fans to experience the original, which is arguably still the best.

Under £30
Pizza
Italian
Ox and Finch

Ox and Finch

920 Sauchiehall Street, Glasgow, G3 7TF

£30 - £49
International
Fusion
Hard Rock Cafe - Glasgow

Hard Rock Cafe - Glasgow

179 Buchanan Street, Glasgow, Glasgow, G1 2JZ

Under £30
North American
Burgers
Richoux - Piccadilly

Richoux - Piccadilly

172 Piccadilly, Piccadilly, London, W1J 9EJ

An iconic London institution, Richoux is the place to sip and be seen in central London. Perfect for posh pre-theatre bites, business breakfasts and afternoon tea this renowned restaurant chain dates back to 1909 when it opened as a prestigious patisserie and confectioner in the capital. Needless to say, the puddings and cakes here are to die for, and the Piccadilly branch of Richoux is located directly across the road from the Royal Academy making it convenient for the Ritz, Old Bond Street and the Burlington Arcade. The classic cafe menu at Richoux is filled with old-school favourites, and we adore the signature eggs Benedict with English ham, and the classic Richoux club sandwich.

£30 - £49
Modern European
Romulo Café

Romulo Café

343 Kensington High Street, London, London, W8 6NW

£30 - £49
Pan-Asian
Noodles
Vegetarian
Vegan
South East Asian
Bars
Fusion
Tredwells

Tredwells

4A Upper St Martin's Lane, London, WC2H 9NY

£30 - £49
British
Wahaca Shoreditch

Wahaca Shoreditch

140 Tabernacle Street, London, EC2A 4SD

Whatever the weather is doing outside, this Mexican cantina rocks to a sunshine vibe – the decor is bright, light and colourful, staff are cheery and efficient, the atmosphere is boisterous, and from the first sip of hibiscus water to the chilli seeds that come with the bill, owner Thomasina Miers has succeeded in recalibrating the image of Mexican cuisine for Brits. From staple snacks such as zingy, chunky guacamole to enticing small plates of slow-braised pork pibil tacos with pink pickled onions, the cooking is full of verve, while full-flavoured bigger dishes offer terrific value for money – think generously stuffed burritos or bavette steak rubbed in smoked chillis. With its relaxed, family-friendly vibe, Mexican cocktails and gluten-free dishes (including an entomologist’s chocolate brownie made with cricket flour), this is a come-one, come-all kind of place that’s deservedly packed from noon til night.

Under £30
Mexican
Dishoom Carnaby

Dishoom Carnaby

22 Kingly Street, Soho, London, W1B 5QB

Inspired by the early Irani cafés of downtown Bombay, Dishoom offers all day Indian dining from their renowned breakfast naans to warming late night daals. The Carnaby branch on lively Kingly Street stays true to the brand’s infamous quirky style, complete with colonial décor and old-school glamour. Expect colourful retro furniture, vintage Bollywood posters and a juke box playing a selection of favourite rock ‘n’ roll hits from the swinging sixties.

Dishoom is as much about transporting you to a different era as it is about introducing top-tasting Bombay street food to hungry London diners. Its unconventional breakfast offering sees people queuing down the street from 8am for bacon naan rolls (also available for takeaway) and an unlimited supply of date and banana porridge.

Come lunch and dinner, the menu opens up to include a wider selection of curries, biryanis, and a range of traditional choices from the grill such as smoky gunpowder potatoes, paneer pineapple tikka and masala prawns. Exclusive to the Carnaby menu is Salli Boti, a warming braised lamb dish in rich aromatic gravy served with crunchy sali crisp-chips and roomali roti (a thin, buttery flatbread). For those in search of something lighter, the wide selection of small plates, salads and veggie sides are perfect for sharing. Look out for crispy lamb and vegetable samosas, okra fries and the signature Pau bhaji – a bowl of mashed vegetables served with a hot, buttered, home-made bun.  

The Permit Room is a swish bar setting for exploring Dishoom’s enticing ‘prohibition’ cocktail list which includes a selection of slings, coolers, fizzes, sours and fancies. Favourites include the East India Gimlet devised for sailors to evade scurvy and the classic Dishoom Espresso Martini for a smooth and decadent pick-me-up. The drinks menu also comprises an interesting selection of affordable wines, beers and ciders and non-drinkers will be spoilt for choice with the selection of lassis, old-fashioned sharbats, ‘copy tipples’, and virgin coolers to try.

£30 - £49
Indian
SquareMeal London Top 100
Pizza Express New Globe Walk

Pizza Express New Globe Walk

Benbow House, 24 New Globe Walk, London, SE1 9DS

£30 - £49
Pizza
Italian
Hard Rock Cafe Edinburgh

Hard Rock Cafe Edinburgh

20 George Street, Edinburgh, Edinburgh, EH2 2PF

Under £30
North American
Burgers
Scott

Scott's

20 Mount Street, Mayfair, London, W1K 2HE

Scott’s is more than a restaurant, it’s a scene, a landmark, a legend.  Although it’s been around for half a century, it only struck gold when it reopened under Caprice Holdings (the owners of Thy Ivy, J Sheekey et al) in 2006. Mount Street was changing from stuffy residential enclave to fashion Mecca and Scott’s was there – catnip to fish-loving foodies, fashionistas and posh people who were instantly hooked on its infectiously buzzy ambience.

The interior is beguiling by day and night. An oval oyster bar with tall stools and a magnificent ‘high altar’ for shellfish dominates the light-filled front space. There are cosy tables at the rear and confident modern art on the walls, while a flower-filled pavement terrace attracts smokers and the ever-present paparazzi.

The menu nods to meat eaters with veal cutlets, steaks, chicken pie and venison fillet with celeriac purée. But this is essentially a seafood restaurant, serving up what readers say is “simply the best fish in town” – from homely potted shrimps and dressed crab to exotic octopus carpaccio and monkfish with spicy tiger prawn masala via oysters and caviar, lobster Thermidor, battered haddock and extravagant fruits de mer.

‘Fish on the bone’ might bring halibut and massive 22oz Dover soles, as well as delicate slip soles with capers and parsley butter, but the full repertoire covers everything from scallops in the shell richly doused in garlic and chilli butter to roast cod dressed with cauliflower purée and chorizo. There are also some imaginative vegetable dishes such as roast squash with quinoa and harissa. 

It’s also worth saving some room for totally tempting desserts such as gooseberry pie, peach Melba or a flashy take on Bakewell pudding with almond ice cream. With its completely reliable food, brilliant but unobtrusive service and a wine list that won’t break the bank, Scott’s is quite simply outstanding.  

£50 - £79
British
Fish
SquareMeal London Top 100
Hard Rock Café Manchester

Hard Rock Café Manchester

Exchange Square Manchester, Manchester, Greater Manchester, M4 2BS

Located in the centre of the city, the UK's second largest Hard Rock will inspire your taste buds to greatness with delicious food, signature cocktails, and the hottest live entertainment this side of the pond. With room for 450 guests, our spacious restaurant welcomes locals and tourists alike for delectable dining, top notch entertainment, and unforgettable events. After a delicious meal of American fare, take a stroll through musical history with iconic pieces of rockin’ memorabilia you can only find at Hard Rock Cafe Manchester. Enjoy freshly prepared American cuisine and classic favorites like our Legendary® Burger. From flavorful salads, to savory entrees, our chefs use only the freshest ingredients to create culinary perfection for every guest that walks through our doors. Experience the difference of Hard Rock’s service with an energetic, hardworking staff, ready to provide you with everything you need to enjoy the perfect meal. Do we even need to say it? Our staff rocks!

£30 - £49
North American
Burgers
The Duchy Arms

The Duchy Arms

63 Sancroft Street, London, SE11 5UG

The Duchy Arms is a proper local in all meanings of the phrase, catering first and foremost to our local community, offering our “yellow panda loyalty card” to all of our regulars and involving ourselves in the local community whatever way we can. Under the leadership of The Yellow Panda Pub Co, The Duchy has an elegant interior split between a front bar area and a back dining-cum-function room that can be hired out for meetings, birthdays, weddings and many more occasions. The spacious beer garden comes alive in the spring and summer months with room for families and alfresco dining. Our menu comprises of pub classics done well and a range of daily-changing specials served both at lunch and dinner. Our venue is both dog and child-friendly and The Duchy also boasts four TV screens showing a range of sports. Special deals to look out for include a three-course Sunday lunch for 17.95, and 2-4-1 cocktails on Fridays and Saturdays, between 5-10pm.

£30 - £49
Pubs
Gastropub
Gymkhana

Gymkhana

42 Albemarle Street, Mayfair, London, W1S 4JH

Mayfair restaurant Gymkhana originally opened its doors in 2013 and is often considered the jewel in the crown of JKS Restaurants’ impressive portfolio (which counts Bao, Trishna, and Brigadiers among its collection).

Just one year after opening, the restaurant was awarded a Michelin star, which it retains to this day. In the summer of 2019, Gymkhana was struck by disaster when a fire in the restaurant forced the Mayfair hotspot to close down – luckily, no one was injured in the blaze. Gymkhana underwent a significant refurbishment and reopened in February 2019.

Restaurant guests can expect to find a new-look dining room which is the creation of designer Samuel Hosker (the first in-house interior project from the JKS Restaurants team). Gymkhana’s dining room is now kitted out in tones of jade green and polished dark timber, matched with metallic accents and colourful printed fabrics. It’s not all change though, as Gymkhana’s intimate booth seating which offers privacy (and is part of the reason the restaurant is such a celeb-magnet) is still intact, while original features such as hunting trophies from the Maharaja of Jodhpur and cut-glass wall lamps from Jaipur are still on show.

Gymkhana’s basement bar also boasts a new look, sporting a colour palette of peach and chilli red, while the bar itself offers a jewel-box shaped counter area with rattan shelving and leather-clad scalloped fascia.

When it comes to the menu, you can still expect to find all of the usual Gymkhana staples, although there are a few new additions to tempt diners. Dishes from the reinvigorated menu include the likes of Keralan toddy shaapu wild tiger prawns, vegetable cutlet served with masala ketchup and game bird Baida roti served with girolle achaar. The drinks list has had a refresh too, with cocktails such as the Peach Blow Fizz: a blend of green mango and citrus flavours, paired with gin, frozen yoghurt, egg white and soda.

£50 - £79
Indian
One Michelin star
Cyan

Cyan

The Grand, 97-99 Kings Road, Brighton, West Sussex, BN1 2FW

Our seasonal all day dining menu is inspired by culture, heritage and travel. Our chefs blend locally sourced produce with a handpicked selection of unique and high quality ingredients from around the world to design new and unexpected combinations.

On Sundays between midday and 3pm we serve up incredible roasts with super-sized yorkshires and heaps of roasted seasonal veg to share. It's just £18 for a roast and your choice of pudding, including treacle tart, sticky toffee pudding, vegan pineapple tatin, and our Sussex cheese board.

£30 - £49
British
Fish
The Star Inn the City

The Star Inn the City

The Engine House, Museum Gardens, York, York, North Yorkshire, YO1 7FR

Under £30
Gastropub
The Cavendish

The Cavendish

35 New Cavendish Street, London, W1G 9TR

Elegant, and ageless, The Cavendish looks as though it’s been part of the Marylebone fabric for decades, but in fact it’s brand new on the block. The room has the full brasserie treatment, complete with banquette booths and full skirted white clothed tables, black and white dressed staff and plenty of busy taps on the bar. Alfonso Lillo (one of the exclusive alumni from the Costa Brava’s gastro heavyweight El Bulli), is in charge of the kitchen, and though there’s not much in the way of high end molecular gastronomy on the menu, he does a good turn  in smoked cauliflower puree which accompanies roast scallops, and Iberian pork shoulder with grilled asparagus and smoked garlic. Much here, though, isn't cooked – there’s a big selection of caviars, oysters and ceviches which tend to hike up the prices. A very decent wine list and a cigar list for whiling away the afternoon or evening complete the picture.

£30 - £49
International
Sexy Fish

Sexy Fish

Berkeley Square House, Mayfair, London, W1J 6BR

If somebody was to compile a list of London restaurants which are known for attracting the rich and famous, Sexy Fish is sure to be placed somewhere near the top.

Found on Berkeley Square, glamorous Sexy Fish is part of the Caprice Holdings Group, which also looks after the likes of Scott’s, J Sheekey and The Ivy Collection. The restaurant has gained a reputation as a bit of a celeb-magnet, while it also courts the Instagram crowd with its famously lavish interiors – think a giant gold-plated crocodile hanging from the wall, an ocean blue mermaid statue draped over the bar and more gold accents than Midas himself could rustle up.

Sexy Fish is billed as a pan-Asian brasserie, although it is safe to say that the menu is replete with contemporary and luxury updates on classic Asian fare, while authentic renditions are perhaps harder to spot. Nonetheless, there’s no denying the appeal of the menu; kick things off with a helping of caviar, before moving on to the likes of tuna tataki, glazed pork belly skewers spiced with pear and ginger, or a crispy duck and watermelon salad. Naturally, the à la carte also offers a roll call of luxury ingredients, with lobster, Wagyu beef and sprinklings of black truffle shavings all present and correct.

To go alongside the food, Sexy Fish boasts what claims to be the world’s largest collection of Japanese whisky, while its cocktail menu (designed to look like a high-fashion magazine) features a seasonally changing selection of sips that includes innovative creations and twists on the classics, like an Old Fashioned made with passionfruit juice.

Apart from the regular menu, Sexy Fish also offers a tasting menu and a range of sophisticated bar snacks. Watch out for special seasonal and festive menus too, celebrating the likes of Veganuary or Valentine’s Day.    

£50 - £79
Pan-Asian
Fish
The Latchmere

The Latchmere

503 Battersea Park Road, Battersea, London, SW11 3BW

£30 - £49
Vegetarian
Vegan
Burgers
British
Gastropub
GB1 at The Grand

GB1 at The Grand

97-99 King’s Road, Brighton, Brighton, East Sussex, BN1 2FW

£30 - £49
Fish
The Avalon

The Avalon

16 Balham Hill, Clapham, London, SW12 9EB

£30 - £49
Modern European
Vegan
British
Gastropub
Caffe Concerto Kensington

Caffe Concerto Kensington

88-90 Kensington High Street, Kensington, London, W8 4SG

Our beautiful branch of Caffe Concerto is situated right in the heart of Kensington High Street by Kensington High Street Station. Offering breakfast, lunch, afternoon tea, dinner as well as patisserie and wedding and celebration cakes. We are also delighted to say that we cater for vegan, as well as vegetarian, Halal and gluten free diners. And should you be looking for Sunday brunch or lunch, we're happy to say we're open over the weekend. Opened in March 2007 and refurbished in 2019, this prominent location across from Kensington High Street station  has proved a popular destination for the many local businesses and hotel residents to enjoy the modern and calm atmosphere, a great escape from the busy High Street Kensington. 

Under £30
Italian
Wahaca Southbank

Wahaca Southbank

Queen Elizabeth Hall, Southbank Centre, Belvedere Road, London, SE1 8XX

Under £30
Mexican
The Grand by Concerto

The Grand by Concerto

67-69 Piccadilly, London, London, W1J 0HJ

Swish café-bars have a place in London – and Piccadilly is one of those places. The Grand, part of the Italian-accented Concerto group, fits the bill to a (cream) T, with its handsome art deco stylings, light interior and plentiful chandeliers. High-class patisserie, made in-house, also positions the venue at the luxe end of café-dom, as does a menu of European brasserie classics ranging from prawn and crayfish brioche rolls, via duck breast with caramelised grapefruit and mixed-leaf salad, to fresh handmade tortellini with black truffles and ricotta – with cheese or chocolate fondue thrown in for good measure. This is also the natural habitat for afternoon teas and The Grand doesn’t disappoint, providing a set selection for under £20 along with macarons, chocolates, a compendium of infusions and multifarious cocktails. Occasional live music (nothing too raucous, naturally) peps up proceedings.

Under £30
Afternoon tea
Italian
Gordon Ramsay Street Pizza @ York & Albany

Gordon Ramsay Street Pizza @ York & Albany

Gordon Ramsay Street Pizza 127-129 Parkway, London, NW1 7PS

We're serving up bottomless pizza, cocktails & craft beers seven days a week in Camden.

Under £30
Pizza
Ice Cream
Cafe Murano Bermondsey

Cafe Murano Bermondsey

184 Bermondsey Street, Bermondsey, London, SE1 3TQ

Acclaimed London chef Angela Hartnett has added to her restaurant portfolio with this third location of her expanding Café Murano group, in Bermondsey.

Head chef Adam Jay (who previously headed up the St James’s site) is overseeing the kitchen, serving Café Murano signatures as well as a few new dishes which are exclusive to the new location.

From the line-up of cichetti, antipasti and fresh pastas, alongside other classic Italian dishes, you might expect to find the likes of octopus with borlotti beans, tomato and salsa verde, rigatoni with Italian sausage ragu, and salt cod fritters with Parmesan and lemon.

Like the food, the drinks offering keeps things Italian, so you might wash it all down with Italian wines and cocktails such as the Café Murano Spritz, made from a blend of Aperol, Cocchi Rosa and Luxardo Maraschino.

The original Café Murano opened in 2013 as a more casual off-shoot of Hartnett’s Michelin-starred flagship Murano in Mayfair. Hartnett opened a second Cafe Murano in 2015, on Tavistock Street in Covent Garden. 

Hartnett first came to prominence working for Gordon Ramsay before going solo with Murano. In addition to the restaurants within the Murano portfolio, Hartnett launched the critically acclaimed Merchant’s Tavern with husband and fellow chef Neil Borthwick. In 2018, Hartnett was the winner of the first Ayala SquareMeal Female Chef of the Year award.

£30 - £49
Italian
Caffe Concerto Green Park

Caffe Concerto Green Park

61 Piccadilly, London, London, W1J 0DY

Caffé Concerto presents a luxuriously decorated contemporary dining room with a strong music policy. Surrounding the gleaming grand piano is a number of tables populated with both shoppers and those who have made the visit solely to dine on the fine Italian menu. Our kitchen focuses on favourites of the Italian table, with an extensive menu from Carbonara to Chicken Milanese, with vegetarian, seafood, sandwiches and a selection of salads. Bar snacks are also available with a wide variety of cocktails and classic wines. To complete your dining experience, try one of Caffé Concerto’s famous cakes and desserts.

Dishoom Covent Garden

Dishoom Covent Garden

12 Upper St Martins Lane, Covent Garden, London, WC2H 9FB

The flagship Dishoom in Covent Garden is still a firm favourite for many loyal fans of the restaurant group despite its expansion across London and beyond by virtue of its unwavering popularity. Bringing an authentic taste of Indian street food to central London, Dishoom pays homage to the Irani cafés that were once an integral part of Bombay’s social culture.

The décor is reminiscent of post-colonial West India, complete with white glass pendulum lights, whirring ceiling fans, marble table tops and Art Deco tiling. On the walls, sepia stained family portraits and vintage advertising posters add to the sense of nostalgia which is reflected in the menu. Open from 8am in the morning until late at night, the restaurant prides itself on offering traditional comfort food that’s perfect for sharing at any time hunger strikes. It’s the relaxed fodder of many an Indian home and diners are encouraged to use their hands for the full authentic experience.

From the grill a selection of meat, vegetable and seafood kababs and tikkas combine aromatic marinades with the smoky charring of an open-fire. Elsewhere diners are spoilt for a choice with a selection of curries, biryani and small plates designed for sharing. The House Black Daal is a signature staple – cooked slowly for over 24 hours, it promises a dark and rich harmony of flavours. Unique to the Covent Garden site is chef’s Mutton Pepper Fry, a South Indian speciality which sees tender pieces of mutton marinated in spices and served with Malabar-style soft paratha.  

The drinks list offers just as many delights with a wide array of alcoholic and virgin cocktails served at the table or in the stylish Permit Room downstairs. Look out for the Debonair, a Covent Garden special that blends orange, marmalade vodka, ginger, star anise bitters and orange cream soda. Naturally there is a good selection of IPA’s and beers to choose from as well as a reasonably priced list of red, white and sparkling wines.

Breakfast at Dishoom has become a bit of a ritual for those in the know, and many are prepared to queue from as early as 8am for a signature bacon naan roll. This humble breakfast has won many an accolade thanks to its streaky rashers, smoked overnight in traditional fashion. At weekends, a breakfast feast offers plentiful portions of everything for guests to help themselves.

£30 - £49
Indian
Dishoom Edinburgh

Dishoom Edinburgh

3a St Andrew Square, Edinburgh, EH2 2BD

Arguably the most attractive of all the Dishoom locations with its quirky colonial décor complete with Bentwood chairs, leafy corners, mahogany bookcases and window seats overlooking St Andrew’s Square; Dishoom Edinburgh was the chain’s first outlet outside of London. The restaurant’s design and the artwork adorning the walls pay homage to Sir Patrick Geddes; a Scottish botanist and sociologist whose great work improving living conditions in the Scottish capital led him to found the department of Sociology & Civics at Bombay University in 1915. Now a firm favourite on the Edinburgh dining scene, the restaurant offers food and drinks inspired by the early Irani cafés that populated the streets of old Bombay.

Start with a tipple in the classy low-lit basement bar of this three-storey building. A Scottish special comes in the form of Horniman’s Old-Fashioned – a smoked oak-aged rum blended with pineapple syrup and bitters. Classics from the cocktail list include the Chai Paanch, East India Gimlet and Dishoom Espresso Martini but there are plenty of non-alcoholic options too with a list of Sharbats, Copy Tipples, lassis and coolers to pick from.

The food menu is every bit as exciting with a whole host of authentic Indian dishes from curries to salads and everything in between. Chef’s Edinburgh special is Salli Boti – a Parsi classic of tender lamb braised in a rich and flavoursome gravy and finished with crunchy salli crisp-chips. It comes served with a light and buttery roomali roti and can be ordered as a half or full plate depending on your appetite. Murgh Malai is a highlight for meat-eaters – chicken thighs marinated in garlic, ginger coriander and cream then flashed on the grill, and for vegetarians the house black daal is a much-loved signature.

As with the other sites, breakfast is a popular occasion at Dishoom and if you’re not looking to takeaway then booking is recommended. The bacon naan roll has earnt a worthy reputation but for something more intrepid try the Keema Per Eedu – chicken keema studded with delicate morsels of chicken liver, topped with two runny-yolked fried eggs and Sali crisp-chips, served with fluffy home-baked buns.

Under £30
Indian
Jalisco Brixton

Jalisco Brixton

Unit 1 Coldharbour Lane, London, London, SW9 8PR

Jalisco have been spicing things up south of the river since 2011 serving awesome Californian street-food inspired Mexican dishes from our family run restaurant in the vibrant Brixton Village Market.

You can tell from our hot pink décor that we’re not your run of the mill Mexican cantina. We bring you all the Burritos, Tacos and Quesadillas that you’d expect along with fabulously tasty Ceviche, Latino inspired salads & tasty tid bits like our Alitas de Pollo & crispy Camote with garlic dip. 

All our dishes are prepared fresh to order using ingredients sourced right on our doorstep from the famed Brixton Market so you can always have your meal, your way. Choose your favourite fillings & level of spice ranging from Dead – say no more! To our signature F*** Off, now that’s Hot! Hot sauce. Little ambitious on the spice? No problem - we have an entire menu of beers, classic & tequila based cocktails that’ll quench any fire. 

Jalisco, always delicious, never boring. Promise.

Under £30
Mexican
Sam

Sam's Riverside

1 Crisp Walk, Hammersmith, London, W6 9DN

As part of the major rejuvenation of Riverside Studios in Hammersmith, restaurateur Sam Harrison has launched Sam’s Riverside, an informal yet stylish restaurant and bar which features large windows, splashes of marble and an open kitchen.

As the name suggests, Sam’s Riverside overlooks the Thames and boasts impressive views of Hammersmith Bridge. Open daily, the kitchen at Sam’s Riverside is overseen by head chef Harvey Trollope and the menu of mainly Anglo-French dishes has been devised in collaboration with culinary director Rowleigh Leigh, who previously launched Kensington Place and has worked at Le Gavroche.

The space features a standalone bar which serves its own menu of snacks and light bites, alongside the usual beers, wines and cocktails. If you are just looking for a few quick and casual plates, you can choose from the likes of parmesan churros, grilled squid on nduja toast, and a buttermilk chicken bun slathered with red cabbage coleslaw.

Those who are settling in for the evening though can dine from the restaurant’s à la carte. On the menu, you can expect to find oysters and seafood dishes such as scallop ceviche or grilled octopus with pimento potatoes and saffron aioli. The rest of the offering champions modern European cuisine, which means the likes of beef tartare with quail egg served on dripping toast, or perhaps peppered venison chops finished off with onion squash and sprout tops.

To round off your meal, you can choose a sweet from Sam’s rather tempting selection of desserts. Traditional offerings include apple tart served alongside caramel ice cream and cider brandy, as well as buttermilk pudding with thyme shortbread, fig, date and walnut.

Sam’s Riverside is also home to a sumptuous outdoor dining area, while the chic private dining room can seat up to 18 guests.

This isn’t owner Sam Harrison’s first foray into the restaurant world. He previously owned Sam’s Brasserie in Chiswick and Harrison’s in Balham before selling them to the Foxlow group in 2015.

 

 

£30 - £49
British
20 Stories

20 Stories

No 1 Spinningfields, 1 Hardman Square, Manchester, Greater Manchester, M3 3EB

£30 - £49
British
Mama Lan

Mama Lan

Brixton Village Market, Unit 18, Coldharbour Lane, London, London, SW9 8PR

Our Brixton restaurant is situated inside the buzzing Brixton Village Market. Not only we aim to be the best neighbourhood Chinese restaurant in Brixton and its surrounding areas, we try to give you the real authentic feeling of eating in a street market in China. 

Our menu is full of hearty noodle soups, refreshing noodle salads and amazing dumplings. We also have a selection of vegan and wheat free dishes including our tofu and mushroom noodle soup and mama's favourite fried veg balls. If you don't fancy popping out for a meal, why not enjoy Mamalan from the comfort of your home and have our Chinese food delivered anywhere in Brixton, Herne Hill, Stockwell, Streatham and Tulse Hill via Deliveroo.

Under £30
Chinese
Dim Sum
Dishoom Shoreditch

Dishoom Shoreditch

7 Boundary Street, Shoreditch, London, E2 7JE

Decorated to look like an Irani, Persian-style café from Bombay in the 1930s, much like its Shoreditch location the décor is a little rough round the edges but popular and charming all the same. Although décor wise Dishoom embraces imperfections, when it comes to the food the upmost attention is paid to making sure you get great authentic dishes with a fun and modern twist.

Serving food from breakfast all the way through to late night snacks, Dishoom has a dish that will suit you mood no matter what time of day you decide to visit. With so many different naan rolls to choose from including the now-famous bacon naan roll with cream cheese and chilli jam, start your day with this filling treat or go for something a little lighter like the date and banana porridge. When it comes to mains in the middle of the day, start with a small plate of veggie samosas, chilli cheese toast or okra fries before moving onto dishes from the grill including chicken tikka or sheekh kabab. Curry-wise, mattar paneer, chicken ruby in a rich, silky ‘makhani’ sauce and the 24 hour cooked house black daal feature on the menu.

Drink offerings include a number of alcohol free tipples to honour Bombay’s 1949 alcohol prohibition. Sober martinis and a dry old-fashioned feature on this part of the menu but don’t worry because there are lots of alcohol filled tipples too. The East India Gimlet mixes gin, rose’s lime and celery bitters, while the Viceroy’s Old Fashioned is made with bourbon, bayleaf reduction and green tea – not one for the faint hearted.

At its Shoreditch location Dishoom also offers up a signature lamb raan bun – lamb marinated in red chilli, ginger and garlic in a sourdough bun with pickles and onions. This dish is only served at the Shoreditch restaurant though so if this is what you’re after, you know where to go.  

£30 - £49
Indian
The Bolingbroke

The Bolingbroke

174 Northcote Road, Wandsworth, London, SW11 6RE

£30 - £49
Modern European
Vegetarian
Vegan
Steak
Bars
Gastropub
Ka Pao

Ka Pao

Botanic Gardens Garage , Glasgow, G12 8BE

Ka Pao in Glasgow is the second restaurant from the team behind the Ox and Finch, one of Glasgow’s most popular eateries. This second site showcases similar food in terms of the small plates style but focuses on South East Asian flavours. The team however are keen to say that this isn’t about ‘authentic’ recipes, rather their aim is to take influence from the signature tastes of Malaysia, Singapore, Vietnam and Thailand.

The restaurant itself is found in a beautiful Glasgow building, the Category A-listed Art Deco Botanic Garden Garage on Vinicombe Street, which is faced in green and white tiles and features impressive arched windows. With a capacity for 120 covers, this is a much bigger site than its sister restaurant, and the venue is found in the basement, which ensures a cosy atmosphere.

The name Ka Pao comes from the Thai word for holy basil, which hints at a menu packed full of fragrant herbs and spices. This bricks and mortar site isn’t the first taste of Ka Pao’s flavours however, as before opening the team brought their concept to Glasgow’s foodie crowd via a pop up that ran during 2018 at the Acid Bar at SWG3.

Johnathan MacDonald, owner and chef, has lived and worked in South East Asia, while some of his kitchen brigade were given the chance to travel through the region to gain practical experience ahead of the restaurant’s opening. Dishes they learned to master during their time overseas include chicken massaman curry, which is traditionally made with coconut milk and warm spices like cinnamon, cardamom and nutmeg.

The menu changes regularly but typically will include serves such as messy prawns with orange, tamarind and palm sugar caramel; a squash and potato curry with cardamom, cumin and coconut and a slow-cooked pork cheek dish served with shiitake mushrooms, star anise and galangal.

£30 - £49
South East Asian
The Rosendale

The Rosendale

65 Rosendale Road, Dulwich, London, SE21 8EZ

£30 - £49
Pubs
Pizza
Modern European
Vegetarian
Vegan
British
Bars
Gastropub
TING Restaurant & Lounge

TING Restaurant & Lounge

Shangri-La Hotel, 31 St Thomas Street, Southwark, London, SE1 9QU

£50 - £79
Chinese
British
Afternoon tea
Dishoom Kensington

Dishoom Kensington

4 Derry Street, Kensington, London, W8 5SE

It is almost impossible to walk past any Dishoom in the city without seeing queues that stretch around the block, and the Kensington branch is no different. Getting a table at this modern and exciting Indian restaurant isn’t easy but with so many classic dishes and modern variations on the traditional cuisine, it is no wonder Dishoom has become such a hit in the city.

Modelled to look like a jazz club in Bombay from the 1940s, the extravagant art deco décor of chandeliers, a giant clock overlooking the entire restaurant and teak wood panelling will transport you to another era while the will food transports you to an Indian city.

Serving up dishes all the way through from breakfast to late-night snacks, start your day off right with the now-famous bacon naan roll with cream cheese, chilli tomato jam and fresh herbs. For when you visit later on in the day, start your meal with filo pastry lamb samosas before moving onto the creamy 24 hour cooked house black daal, chicken ruby and vegan jackfruit biryani. For those late night Dishoom cravings, the carby Roomali Rolls, with the option of indian cheese, paneer or chicken tikka will be sure to soak up any alcohol you’ve consumed and leave you hangover free the next morning.

Accompany your spicy dishes with a hoppy butter paanch Dishoom IPA or go for a sweet and refreshing cocktail like the Bollybellini with raspberries, lychee, rose and cardamom or The Kohinoor Fizz with gooseberry syrup, lime juice, gin and prosecco.  

Forget all you preconceptions about Indian restaurants when you visit Dishoom. Filled with families, suits and socialites alike the crowds at Dishoom include people from all walks of life making for a constantly buzzy atmosphere. Mixed with enticing Indian dishes, this restaurant is well worth the wait.  

£30 - £49
Indian
Folie

Folie

37 Golden Square, Soho, London, W1F 9LB

Folie is the first solo project from Guillaume Depoix, the former operations manager of the Boundary Hotel in Shoreditch. The former hotel worker has decided to ditch East London in favour of a plum location on Golden Square, an area of the capital which is situated between Mayfair and Soho, two other thriving hubs of the restaurant scene in London.

It’s a contemporary take on the French Riviera’s dining culture, from Marseille to Portofino all the way through to St Tropez and Nice. The all-day menu features simple and unfussy French and Mediterranean food.

The food and drink menus take guests through from early breakfasts to late-night tipples. Whether you are in need of a quick business lunch or a relaxed sit down menu, Folie serves up the likes of sea bream crudo with citrus and avocado, and Provençal braised beef with confit potatoes. The sharing platters meanwhile include the likes of charcoal grilled sea bass with ratatouille. To finish, tarte tropézienne, seasonal sorbets and cheese boards all feature on the dessert menu. 

There is a special focus on classic cocktails like Martinis and Negronis, as well as some rare pastis and vermouths to accompany the dishes. A selection of organic wine, most hailing from France, are also available to enjoy too.

Designed by Studio KO (previous interior designers for Chiltern Firehouse and the Yves Saint Laurent Museum), the restaurant takes its inspiration from the glamour of the French Riviera in the 1960s and 70s, presenting it in a contemporary and stylish way, with small elements of Parisian chic featuring throughout.  

Folie also boasts a semi-private dining room for intimate gatherings, as well as a bar area where you can enjoy its expertly mixed cocktails before heading to the dining room to enjoy a Mediterranean inspired feast.

£50 - £79
Modern European
The Bedford

The Bedford

77 Bedford Hill, London, London, SW12 9HD

£30 - £49
Pubs
Pizza
Vegetarian
Vegan
Burgers
British
Bars
Gastropub
The Tommyfield

The Tommyfield

185 Kennington Lane, Kennington, London, SE11 4EZ

£30 - £49
Modern European
Vegan
British
Bars
Gastropub
Gaucho Piccadilly

Gaucho Piccadilly

25 Swallow Street, Piccadilly Circus, London, W1B 4QR

The Piccadilly branch of the impressive Gaucho empire is the brand’s flagship restaurant, set in a stunning townhouse, located in the heart of the bustling West End of the city. The restaurant is surrounded by great public transport links from the underground, buses, or taxis.

The elegant interior is very much a snazzy, luxurious affair with brass and jewel tones offsetting the décor inspired by the rugged Argentinian landscape. The colour palette is earth and moody, and the furniture is chic – a cool combination of modern and natural. The atmosphere is immediately relaxing, yet intimate, making it a perfect setting for a date or a formal dinner.  As the former home of the Spanish ambassador, the designers have definitely done it justice. Gaucho always manages to impress with its exquisite décor and exclusive vibe.

There are many exceptional spaces within this spacious multi-level restaurant, with great facilities for a variety of occasions and events. The ground floor encompasses the beautiful dining room, which is connected to a lovely terrace area – weather-proofed for all seasons. The first floor hosts another grand dining space, featuring the open kitchen for some ringside culinary action – a real treat for patrons.

The legendary electro brunches and private dining rooms are found on the first floor of the restaurant. This Gaucho restaurant is truly unique in many respects from its multicultural décor to its brilliant location and history; one of the exclusive rooms even pays homage to the former Spanish owner. The top floor hides a secret courtyard and cocktail bars inspired by the socialising culture of Buenos Aires.

Wherever you decide to be seated within Gaucho’s huge Piccadilly restaurant, the cuisine is guaranteed to amaze. The Pampas-reared Black Angus beef steaks are exquisitely plated up in a range of cuts and weights - be prepared for an indulgent feast.

 

£50 - £79
Steak
Argentinian
Daphne

Daphne's

112 Draycott Avenue, London, SW3 3AE

£50 - £79
Italian
Ksara Hammersmith

Ksara Hammersmith

211 Fulham Palace Road, , London , W6 8QX

The Lebanese cuisine is a cuisine of the sun and a cuisine from the heart which reflects Lebanese love for food and the generosity.

The Lebanese cuisine is a cuisine of the sun and a cuisine from the heart which reflects Lebanese love for food and the generosity.

Starter Dishes are a selection of small tasty dishes such as Hummus, Aubergines, Tabbouleh, etc..

Main courses range from a wide variety of Fish and meats usually prepared on the charcoal grill. Although simple fresh fruits are served at the end of the meal, there are also deserts such as baklava and more to accompany mint tea and Lebanese coffee.

£30 - £49
Lebanese
Tandoor Chop House

Tandoor Chop House

8 Adelaide Street, Covent Garden, London, WC2N 4HZ

£30 - £49
Indian
Dishoom Manchester

Dishoom Manchester

Manchester Hall, Bridge Street, Manchester, Greater Manchester, M3 3BT

After great anticipation, Dishoom opened its doors to Mancunians in 2019 and was met with the same fond response as that of its London predecessors. The first Northern outlet for the much-loved restaurant group offers seating for over 200 diners in the prestigious Manchester Hall. In accordance with the other sites, the mahogany furniture and colourful leather banquettes pay tribute to the old Irani cafés of Bombay and are suitably in keeping with the original stained glass windows of the building that houses it.  

The menu offers the same familiar favourites that Londoners have come to know and love – spicy lamb chops marinated overnight in lime juice and dark spices then blackened on the grill, Gunpowder potatoes tossed in butter, herbs and spices, and flaky vegetable samosas filled generously with warm spiced pea and potatoes. For biryani fans, the Manchester menu offers a special Nalli Nihari; an indulgent rice dish that combines tender shank of lamb with caramelised onions all sealed under a pastry blanket and enriched with a chicken liver raita and nihari gravy.

From the breakfast menu, options include a spicy Parsi omelette, a stack of sweet Uttapam pancakes served with fresh berries and coconut, unlimited portions of date and banana porridge and of course the notorious bacon naan roll – freshly baked by hand and cooked to order in the tandoor oven.

From the drinks list the traditional house chai is a popular choice and available all day long, but for something stronger the menu served in the Permit Room offers some exciting twists on cocktail classics including a Bollybellini, Colaba Colada and Meensakshi’s Mojito – the usual mint-soda affair but with an unexpected addition of vanilla and pineapple. Alternatively there is also a good selection of beers, ciders and wines to try, and for those with a low spice tolerance; the Lassis and Coolers are a welcome addition.

Under £30
Indian
Hakkasan Mayfair

Hakkasan Mayfair

17 Bruton Street, Mayfair, London, W1J 6QB

Over £80
Chinese
One Michelin star
The Abbeville

The Abbeville

67-69 Abbeville Road, Clapham, London, SW4 9JW

£30 - £49
Pubs
Vegan
Burgers
British
Gastropub
Kurobuta Marble Arch

Kurobuta Marble Arch

17-20 Kendal Street, Marble Arch, London, W2 2AW

£50 - £79
Japanese
The Crown & Cushion

The Crown & Cushion

Minley Road, Camberley, Surrey, GU17 9UA

The updated menu now offers a selection of your pub favourites along with a few new dishes and vegan choices for you to enjoy, complimented with a great wine list from around the world, as well as delicious plated Sunday Roasts served 12 noon – 5pm. We have stunning alfresco dining available with our outdoor bar in the rear garden open and overlooking the cricket green.

We’re very lucky to have the impressive Meade Hall adjacent to the pub! A fabulous 16th Century Medieval banqueting hall built from timbers reclaimed from wrecks of the Spanish Armada which we hope will be open again soon for weddings and special events.

£30 - £49
Steak
Burgers
British
Barbecue
Gastropub
Bistro
Hard Rock Cafe London Oxford Street

Hard Rock Cafe London Oxford Street

Great Cumberland Place, London, W1H 7DL

Located within Hard Rock Hotel London on the corner of Oxford Street and Park Lane, Hard Rock Cafe Oxford Street is the perfect place to escape the hustle and bustle of England’s capital. Walk in and absorb the ambiance! Hard Rock Cafe Oxford Street lets you enjoy a delicious meal and a refreshing cocktail, surrounded by iconic musical memorabilia in a space where legends of music once came to play.

£30 - £49
Coal Rooms

Coal Rooms

11a Station Way, London, SE15 4RX

Under £30
International
Bacco

Bacco

39-41 Kew Road, Richmond, London, TW9 2NQ

Bacco “the God of wine” brings you good food, good wine and good company. The service style is very attentive yet relaxed. Stefano, the owner of the restaurant and his Piemonte Chef, Luca are proud of providing freshly cooked food using with the freshest of ingredients. The Piemonte chef adds his own favourites like vitello tonnato, filled pasta and ragout. The Italian wine list is extensive – ranging from small producers to well-known vineyards.

£30 - £49
Italian
The Gilbert Scott

The Gilbert Scott

St Pancras Renaissance London Hotel, Euston Road, London, NW1 2AR

£30 - £49
British
1776 at 1 Lombard Street

1776 at 1 Lombard Street

1 Lombard Street, City of London, London, EC3V 9AA

£50 - £79
British
Dishoom King

Dishoom King's Cross

5 Stable Street, King's Cross, London, N1C 4AB

Designed to look like an old Bombay train station cafe from the late 1920’s and aptly located just a stone’s throw away from Kings Cross station and one of London’s oldest railways, Dishoom generates queues every night. While the wait for this popular Indian restaurant may be long, it’s worth the wait.

Dishes vary from traditional curries and grilled meats to modern and experimental dishes like the bacon naan roll that has become a real favourite for any regulars of the Indian chain. For early morning visits to Dishoom, dishes from the breakfast menu include a parsi omelette with tomatoes, onion, coriander and green chilli and a sweet date and banana porridge. Washed it all down with one of its breakfast tipples or a traditional Indian chai. From the all-day menu dishes include 24 Hour cooked black daal, chole puri – a chickpea curry with sweet halwa, awadhi lamb biryani and murgh malai - chicken thighs with garlic, ginger and coriander. All these dishes can come accompanied with rice, naan or roti.

Head downstairs to the bar area to try cocktails which include The Kohinoor Fizz with gin, aperol, prosecco and egg whites or the Bollybellini with raspberries, lychees, rose and cardamom mixed with sparkling wine.

You’ll find this buzzy restaurant filled with couples, families, students (it’s round the corner from Central St Martins) and group diners alike. With dishes suitable for all tastes and dietary requirements Dishoom is an all-round winner when it comes to Indian cuisine.

£30 - £49
Indian
Hard Rock Cafe

Hard Rock Cafe

150 Old Park Lane, London, London, W1K 1QZ

£30 - £49
North American
Burgers
Okan

Okan

Unit 39 Brixton Village Market, London, SW9 8PS

Under £30
Japanese
Novikov - Asian Restaurant

Novikov - Asian Restaurant

50 Berkeley Street, London, London, W1J 8HA

Over £80
The Burlington Arms

The Burlington Arms

21 Old Burlington Street, Mayfair, London, W1S 2JL

Under £30
Pubs
Trilogy Bar and Restaurant

Trilogy Bar and Restaurant

Unit 6-8, Whitchurch Parade,, London , HA8 6LR

India’s culture is one of the oldest and richest in the world. Indian cuisine employs intensive use of spices & seasonings. Is well known for being one of the world’s most: spiciest, influencing, diverse and unique!

In our kitchen spices are added for flavour, colour, aroma, texture and body to a dish.

 

“Food, in the end, in our own tradition, is something holy. It's not about nutrients and calories. It's about sharing. It's about honesty. It's about identity.” Louise Fresco

£30 - £49
Indian
Salsa Tapas & Grill

Salsa Tapas & Grill

34-36 London Road, Southend-on-Sea, Essex, SS1 1NT

Serving tapas, paella, fajitas, sangriaand much more in a relaxed Latin atmosphere.

Under £30
Portuguese
Pizza
Mexican
Mediterranean
Vegetarian
Vegan
Tapas
Steak
Spanish
Burgers
Ice Cream
Fusion
Fish
Ksara Ealing

Ksara Ealing

10 Northfield Ave, , London , W13 9RJ

The Lebanese cuisine is a cuisine of the sun and a cuisine from the heart which reflects Lebanese love for food and the generosity.

Starter Dishes are a selection of small tasty dishes such as Hummus, Aubergines, Tabbouleh, etc..

Main courses range from a wide variety of Fish and meats usually prepared on the charcoal grill. Although simple fresh fruits are served at the end of the meal, there are also deserts such as baklava and more to accompany mint tea and Lebanese coffee

£30 - £49
Lebanese
Onslow Arms Inn

Onslow Arms Inn

The Street, West Clandon, Surrey, GU4 7TE

Nearly everybody you talk to knows the Onslow Arms, West Clandon and has fond memories of visits over the years. A smart community pub with a great range of beers and fresh food, where drinkers and eaters alike are looked after with the same friendly and professional service.

We serve delicious freshly prepared food all day every day, with quality, seasonal, ingredients freshly prepared for great flavour. The perfect host for a drink with pals, a business lunch or dinner with friends and friends.

We pride ourselves on our seasonal, British menu which is packed full of the freshest ingredients and bursting with flavour!

Whether you are in need of a hearty traditional pub classic or a light lunchtime bite, our Head Chef has devised a menu to cater to all your wants and desires. Our real ales and list of wines from all over the world have been carefully selected to ensure there is something for everyone.

Under £30
Modern European
Burgers
British
Gastropub
York & Albany by Gordon Ramsay

York & Albany by Gordon Ramsay

127-129 Parkway, Regent's Park, London, NW1 7PS

£30 - £49
Modern European
British
Gastropub

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