SquareMeal Restaurant Gift Vouchers

Discover the list of fantastic restaurants that accept SquareMeal Gift Vouchers in London and the UK

Updated on 01 January 2020

Rather than searching for the best restaurant gift vouchers and gift cards that tie the recipient to one restaurant, why not gift a SquareMeal restaurant gift voucher? You can choose a bespoke gift voucher amount and this can be redeemed at a variety of restaurants.

The perfect present idea for the foodie in your life, the restaurants that accept our gift vouchers have been approved by us so you can trust that whichever restaurant the recipient chooses to redeem their voucher at, they will be getting a quality meal at one of the best restaurants. Take a look at the wide selection of restaurants below that will accept SquareMeal restaurant vouchers.

The Den at St Martins Lane hotel

The Den at St Martins Lane hotel

St Martins Lane Hotel, 45 St Martin's Lane, Covent Garden, London, WC2N 4HX

This classically British, oak-panelled snug-style restaurant within St Martin’s Lane Hotel is an ideal place to meet with friends or family, with its comfortable leather sofas and warm lighting.

Majoring in an all-day menu as well as afternoon tea, no matter what time of the day you drop in at there’ll be something to suit your needs. For the latter the selection includes fresh savoury bites such as muffins studded with olives, courgette and feta cheese. Sweets-wise, nibble on vanilla panna cotta, hazelnut rocher and clotted cream-slathered scones. All of this is washed down – naturally – by your choice of tea. On milder afternoons or during the summer months, the terrace is an excellent place to try out the G&T selection, which is inspired by the vibrant artworks on the walls inside. Complimenting the drinks list perfectly is The Den’s range of sharing boards, which can be tailored to an individual portion or made in a large sharing size.

Back in the dining room, and if it’s something more substantial you’re after, then the main all-day menu offers up plenty of crowd-pleasing classics alongside some more contemporary plates. From soups and salads through to sandwiches, burgers and main courses – there should be dishes to suit all tastes. For something fresh try the heritage tomato salad with burrata or the plant-based burger, which is topped with three cheese and served with your choice of sweet potato chips, fries or salad (if you’re feeling extra virtuous). Larger mains include a seafood pasta, a mushroom and spinach risotto or a wonderfully simple steak frites with bearnaise sauce.

Sweets are worth saving room for and include plenty of options too. The caramel chocolate tart is perennially popular, as is the generous slice of tiramisu. For fruit fans choose between the exotic mango cheesecake or a raspberry éclair.

Under £30
Bars
Afternoon tea
Cinnamon Kitchen City

Cinnamon Kitchen City

9 Devonshire Square, Liverpool Street, London, EC2M 4YL

£30 - £49
Indian
The Lillie Langtry

The Lillie Langtry

19 Lillie Road, London, London, SW6 1UE

£30 - £49
Pubs
Burgers
British
Gastropub
Fish and Chips
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
The Restaurant at The Capital

The Restaurant at The Capital

The Capital Hotel , Knightsbridge, London, SW3 1AT

£50 - £79
Vegetarian
British
Riding House Café

Riding House Café

43-51 Great Titchfield Street, London, London, W1W 7PQ

£30 - £49
International
Cinnamon Kitchen Battersea

Cinnamon Kitchen Battersea

Arch 758, Railway Arches, Battersea, London, SW8 5BN

The newly redeveloped Battersea power station is home to Cinnamon Kitchen, a modern Indian restaurant serving affordable, colourful dishes with a slight British influence. Providing food throughout the whole day, Cinnamon Kitchen Battersea offers a relaxed atmosphere to enjoy the exciting menu.


Located in a converted railway arch opposite the power station itself, the spacious interior features an open kitchen at the far end of the restaurant, and a striking central mezzanine platform sits in the middle. The curved brick roof of Cinnamon Kitchen combined with its tunnel-like shape, gives the restaurant a certain warehouse-y feel.


The menu is full of dishes you won’t find on the menu of your standard local Indian restaurant. Appetisers include railway style vegetable cake, Malabar mussel and date pickle served on toasted brioche with curried yoghurt, as well as a selection of Bombay street food. There are further options from the grill such as pink aubergine and banana leaf-wrapped seabass.


Main dishes range from vegan dishes such as kale and quinoa kofta, served with date and ginger, and a tomato and lemon sauce, to clove-smoked lamb rump with a fennel and nutmeg sauce. Or if you want something a little more classic, there’s a tandoori chicken breast served a zingy mint chilli korma and pilau rice. All of these can be mopped up with freshly made naan bread or perhaps a tandoori roti.


Desserts lean more towards British classics with sticky ginger toffee pudding, and dark chocolate mousse on the menu; however, the lassi panna cotta and the double ka meetha offer some more traditional alternatives. If you’re finding it hard to decide what to pick, there’s also the option a 9-dish sharing menu for just £33 a head.


To accompany the lavish food, there's a drinks menu featuring Indian-inspired cocktails as well as a range of different wines.

 

£30 - £49
Indian
Cinnamon Bazaar

Cinnamon Bazaar

28 Maiden Lane, Covent Garden, London, WC2E 7JS

Under £30
Afternoon tea
Indian
Bustronome

Bustronome

Coach bay 40B, Embankment, London, WC2N 6PB

Don’t you just love it when London restaurants have great views? It makes for awesome pictures, it’s something pretty to look at while you eat and proves a good talking point between guests. If it's a yes from you, you will adore Bustronome, which not only gives epic views of London, it takes you on a sightseeing trip of the entire city during your meal.

High on the immersive dining scale, Bustronome is a double-decker bus kitted out as a fine-dining restaurant. You embark at Victoria Embankment and get whizzed around London to see all the major attractions such as London Eye, Tower of London and St Paul’s Cathedral. We particularly like the glass roof, which allows you to take in the sights in all their glory.    

Won’t the food go flying every time the bus makes a turn, you ask? Not at all. The bus is fitted with special suspension to make breaking and turning as smooth as possible for guests. Besides, plates rests on non-slip place mats and there’s a (surprisingly pretty) rack on the table for you to slide your glasses into.

The menu is constantly changing, but always seasonal and creative, with a strong local feel. Various chefs are invited to help develop dishes, under the helm of chef and creative director Vincent Thiesse. What we tasted on our visit was delicious – particularly so when taking into consideration it was cooked in a mobile kitchen on board a bus.

You can hop on the bus for lunch, afternoon tea or dinner. A four-course lunch is served every day daparting at 12.15pm for £65pp (it's £85pp with wine pairing). Afternoon tea is only served on Wednesdays, Fridays and Saturdays at 3pm, and has both vegan and halal options. Prices start at £60pp. For dinner, you can expect six courses starting at £105pp, kicking off at 7.15pm. Make sure to be there at least 15 minutes before departure.

Oh, and for those of you wondering – there’s a toilet downstairs.  

Over £80
Modern European
British
Afternoon tea
French
Sicily by Da Scalzo

Sicily by Da Scalzo

2a Elizabeth Street, Victoria, London, SW1W 9RB

£30 - £49
Pizza
Vegetarian
Vegan
Italian
Galvin La Chapelle

Galvin La Chapelle

35 Spital Square, Spitalfields, London, E1 6DY

Magnificent arched windows, soaring stone ceilings and sophisticated decor provide a beautiful backdrop in which to indulge in Michelin-starred dining at Galvin La Chapelle. Like all Galvin outposts, La Chapelle provides high-quality cuisine designed by brothers Chris, Jeff and David Galvin alongside luxurious surroundings and warm and hospitable staff, making it a popular choice for celebrating special occasions.

Galvin La Chapelle majors in modern French cuisine crafted from produce sourced fresh every day from Covent Garden Market. Seasonality is of huge importance to the Galvin family, so expect ever-changing dishes on their range of menus, which include vegetarian, vegan, tasting and special menus for high days and holidays, such as Valentine’s and Father’s Day.

As you’d expect from a Michelin-starred French restaurant, the food here is exquisitely presented. Diners wax lyrical about the beautiful presentation of each dish before going on to praise the taste and textures. Wonderful combinations come together in starters like Dorset crab lasagne with beurre Nantais and pea shoots, and velouté of Ironbark pumpkin served with seared foie gras, Lyonnaise onion and bacon crumb.

Mains take the form of dishes such as grilled Cornish red mullet with cuttlefish, orange-braised fennel, pine nut purée and sauce vierge, or roast loin of Icelandic cod accompanied by crushed Charlotte potatoes, cauliflower and a warm raisin dressing, while desserts could be anything from blackberry soufflé and milk ice cream to mandarin parfait made with hazelnut, cocoa nib crumb and Valrhona chocolate ganache.

The set Menu du Chef offers excellent value when you consider Galvin La Chapelle’s Michelin Star credentials, though if you’re really looking to push the boat out, you ought to consider the Menu Gourmand – a seven-course tasting menu with optional wine pairing that can be enjoyed in the main dining room or on the private dining mezzanine for that extra special experience.

£50 - £79
French
One Michelin star
SquareMeal London Top 100
Mango Tree

Mango Tree

46 Grosvenor Place, Victoria, London, SW1X 7EQ

£30 - £49
Thai
Ormer Mayfair at Flemings Mayfair

Ormer Mayfair at Flemings Mayfair

Flemings Mayfair Hotel, Half Moon Street, Mayfair, London, W1J 7BH

£50 - £79
British
Benares

Benares

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

£50 - £79
Indian
Halal
Galvin Bistrot and Bar

Galvin Bistrot and Bar

35 Spital Square, Spitalfields, London, E1 6DY

When Galvin Hop first opened its doors, it was a pub de luxe serving up gourmet hot dogs and draught beers. Now it’s morphed from pub into Galvin Bistrot & Bar, the name previously associated with their now closed but much loved Marylebone restaurant, a bistrot de luxe where a Michelin star was matched by everyday prices and fans universally felt at one with the world.

They are hoping to recreate this in Spitalfields with a small bistro menu touting Alsatian tarte, soupe de poisson or steak tartare followed by fish of the day, entrecote steak or mushroom and pea linguini. To drink, there are still copper tanks above the bar which serve unpasteurised, fresh Pilsner Urquell, though wine is a more prominent feature, often from small producers in France, or there’s the more extensive list from la Chapelle for connoisseurs. The interior is a homage to French bistro culture with its bentwood chairs and leather banquettes, blackboards, mirrors and wine posters. The garden remains a hidden jewel.

£30 - £49
Modern European
French
Cinnamon Kitchen Oxford

Cinnamon Kitchen Oxford

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

The first out-of-London site for Vivek Singh’s Cinnamon Collection (which includes The Cinnamon Club and Cinnamon Bazaar) finds its home in the Westgate development in Oxford. Boasting a calming colour palette of whites, greys and greens, the restaurant features a bar at its centre, with a huge ice block centrepiece featuring the fish-of-the-day and ceviche. The all-day menu serves modern-Indian cuisine peppered with British influences. Alongside a tasting menu of signature dishes, there is also an à la carte which serves the likes of Chukka-spiced 35 day dry-aged Hereford beef rump steak, and char-grilled sea bass in a banana leaf parcel. A trolley will also make its way through the restaurant, serving Kerala-spiced lobster soup and flambéed desserts tableside. The bar, meanwhile, offers spiced-infused cocktails alongside a range of locally-sourced Oxfordshire wine. The site also features a chef’s table and a semi-private ‘Pagoda’ room which seats up to six guests. For those looking to dine alfresco, Cinnamon Kitchen enjoys the benefit of a large rooftop garden terrace, overlooking the Oxford spires.

£30 - £49
Indian
Mere

Mere

74 Charlotte Street, Fitzrovia, London, W1T 4QH

Monica Galetti, Masterchef judge and former senior sous chef at the legendary Le Gavroche, has offered herself up for scrutiny with her first solo restaurant. Mere, pronounced Mary, is the French word for mother and the Samoan word for Galetti’s own mother Mary.

Kick things off on a deep-blue velvet chair in the elegant ground-floor bar where, à Le Gavroche, guests peruse the menu, perhaps over a glass of the richly rounded house Champagne that Galetti has produced with Duval Leroy.

The striking design continues downstairs where a double-height glass frontage removes any sense of eating in a basement and has transformed the site into a light-filled lunchtime rendezvous as well as an elegant setting for dinner.

But as expected, it’s the cooking that shines the most brightly, with Galetti’s Samoan and New Zealand heritage blended seamlessly with Gavroche-style haute cuisine for a contemporary take on high-end dining.

To start, a light ’nduja sauce highlights the meatiness of a springy curl of octopus, sticky from the plancha, while the accompanying caper and raisin jam is so good you’ll want to spread it over the mini bread loaves that arrive warm from the kitchen. Brined cabbage, pickled celeriac and a gribiche dressing are the perky contrasts to soft folds of ox tongue.

To follow, lobster is rescued from creamy sauce territory, simply poached and served with potato purée, cabbage and a bisque sauce in harmony of light sweetness, while 30-day aged sirloin comes with puffs of onion beignets, glazed cheek and a tarragon crème fraiche to keep all the richness in check.

Desserts have more conventional flavours but are no less good for it: chocolate and peanut cremeux with peanut praline, roasted cocoa nib ice cream, and a coconut cream pie filled with roasted banana and drizzled with rum caramel are the stuff of sweet dreams.

The letter ‘M’ appears everywhere in the restaurant, from the door handles of the loos to the lapel pins of the nattily attired waters. With Mere, Monica Galetti has stamped her own claim to one of London’s most famous restaurant addresses.

 

£50 - £79
Modern European
SquareMeal London Top 100
La Piazzetta Midhurst

La Piazzetta Midhurst

West Street, Midhurst, West Sussex, GU29 9NQ

Under £30
Pizza
Italian
Theo

Theo's Simple Italian

34–44 Barkston Gardens, Earls Court, London, SW5 0EW

£30 - £49
Italian
Sagardi

Sagardi

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

£50 - £79
Steak
Spanish
Barbecue
Fish
The Restaurant at Sanderson

The Restaurant at Sanderson

The Sanderson, 50 Berners Street, Fitzrovia, London, W1T 3NG

£30 - £49
Modern European
Canto Corvino

Canto Corvino

21 Artillery Lane, Spitalfields, London, E1 7HA

£30 - £49
Bars
Italian
Bala Baya

Bala Baya

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

£30 - £49
Middle Eastern
The Mole Inn

The Mole Inn

Toot Baldon, Oxford, Oxfordshire, OX44 9NG

£30 - £49
Pubs
Modern European
Vegetarian
Vegan
Steak
Burgers
British
Gastropub
Fish and Chips
Fish
Wine Bars
The Chequers at Burcot

The Chequers at Burcot

Abingdon Road, Burcot, Oxfordshire, OX14 3DP

£30 - £49
British
Gastropub
Hot Stone

Hot Stone

9 Chapel Market, Angel, London, N1 9EZ

Hot Stone is 1 of 6 restaurants in the whole UK to serve certified Kobe

Over £80
Sushi
Japanese
Blind Spot at St Martins Lane hotel

Blind Spot at St Martins Lane hotel

45 St Martin's Lane, Covent Garden, London, WC2N 4HX

If you’ve got it, The St Martin’s Lane Hotel’s bar is where to flaunt it. This sister to Sanderson has a ‘secret’ door behind its lobby’s tea counter, which swings open to reveal a late-night speakeasy. The cocktail list comprises 25 world-inspired flavours, from a Peruvian pisco blended with lavender syrup, to a thoroughly British Earl Grey tea-infused beefeater gin with raisin syrup and Pimm’s. Similarly eclectic snacks, including Thai chilli crackers and crispy baby squid, provide the nourishment but, it really is all about the booze. Effervescent with bling bubbles, Blind Spot is where to bender it like The Beckhams.

Hotel Bars
Vasco & Piero

Vasco & Piero's Pavilion

15 Poland Street, Soho, London, W1F 8QE

A resident of Poland Street since 1989, this unassuming low-key Soho Italian still exudes the comforting vibe of a well-loved neighbourhood restaurant. Tables are tightly packed in the long, narrow dining room (those at the rear are the best for privacy), while the kitchen delivers traditional comfort food with a strong regional slant.

Expect a succession of delicately rendered Umbrian dishes from a menu that changes twice a day – perhaps handmade tagliatelle with a rich ragù or roast Tuscan sausages with black truffle butter and Pecorino. Elsewhere, a crisp endive salad with Gorgonzola, walnut and sweet mustard dressing shows the kitchen’s lighter side. The menu’s layout invites flexibility, although we recommend a conventional sweet finish – perhaps a serving of gooey bonet (chocolate, coffee and Amaretto mousse).

Prices are modest considering the location, an all-Italian wine list explores the regions, and switched-on service will please West End diners looking for a mature, but thoroughly modern, Italian experience.

£30 - £49
Italian
Yatri Indian Restaurant

Yatri Indian Restaurant

9 Chalton Street, King's Cross, London, NW1 1JD

£30 - £49
Indian
Kahani

Kahani

1 Wilbraham Place, Belgravia, London, SW1X 9AE

Kahani, which translates to ‘story’ in Hindi, is where Michelin-starred chef Peter Joseph is adding the latest chapter to the tale of Britain’s love affair with Indian cuisine. Located in the heart of Chelsea, opposite Cadogan Hall, Kahani blends low-lit interiors with a classy, but unpretentious dining experience. The setting is modern but luxurious, with white walls and crockery standing out against the royal blue of the booth seating.

When it comes to the menu, the very best seasonal British ingredients are brought to life with fragrant spices and crafted using traditional Indian cooking methods. Peter Joseph is keen to make Indian fine dining more communal and less formal, while remaining true to his Chennai heritage, so guests can expect plenty of sharing dishes.

There are a whole host of menus to choose from, so depending on what time of day you visit, your dietary preferences/restrictions and what you’re in the mood for, you could be tucking into anything from bottomless brunch to vegan biryani. Kahani offers an entire vegan menu, so rather than one or two suitable dishes, anyone who has chosen to meat- and dairy-free can select from a three-course menu with plenty of options for each course.

Kahani also offers a pre-theatre menu for those planning to catch a show nearby, and a tasting menu for diners looking to enjoy a leisurely meal with plenty of courses. Weekend bottomless brunch comprises a three-course meal with free-flowing prosecco, while the restaurant’s weekend roast menu includes a twist on the traditional with mains such as slow-cooked Somerset lamb shank with browned onions and Kashmiri spices, and tandoori roasted free-range chicken with Kashmiri chillies.

Those with a sweet tooth won’t be disappointed either, as Kahani’s pudding menu involves all sorts of inventive desserts, from  a chilli chocolate mousse bomb with gulab jamun bits to tandoori pineapple with coconut flavoured steamed yoghurt.

£50 - £79
Indian
Courtyard Garden at Sanderson hotel

Courtyard Garden at Sanderson hotel

The Sanderson, 50 Berners Street, Fitzrovia, London, W1T 3NG

Bars
Taberna Etrusca

Taberna Etrusca

9-11 Bow Churchyard, London, London, EC4M 9DQ

£30 - £49
Italian
The Eagle Ladbroke Grove

The Eagle Ladbroke Grove

250 Ladbroke Grove, London, London, W10 5LP

Under £30
Gastropub
M Threadneedle Street

M Threadneedle Street

2-3 Threadneedle Walk, 60 Threadneedle Street, City of London, London, EC2R 8HP

£50 - £79
Steak
The Black Horse Kingston

The Black Horse Kingston

204 London Road, London, London, KT2 6QP

£30 - £49
Gastropub
Il Convivio

Il Convivio

143 Ebury Street, London, SW1W 9QN

£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
Silantro

Silantro

Silantro at The Willows, London , London, IG6 3SL

£30 - £49
Indian
Amuse Bouche

Amuse Bouche

51 Parsons Green Lane, Fulham, London, SW6 4JA

£30 - £49
British
Wine Bars
Comptoir Gascon

Comptoir Gascon

61-63 Charterhouse Street, Farringdon, London, EC1M 6AH

£30 - £49
French
M Victoria Street

M Victoria Street

Zig Zag Building, Victoria Street, Westminster, London, SW1E 6SQ

£50 - £79
Steak
Pure Indian Cooking

Pure Indian Cooking

67 Fulham High Street, London, London, SW6 3JJ

Occupying an unremarkable site near Putney Bridge, and looking from the outside like a run-of-the-mill curry house, Pure’s first appearances deceive. Hidden behind this everyday facade is some first-rate Indian cooking – courtesy of alumni from Benares and Bombay Brasserie. Notable hits on a menu that hops around the subcontinent include a crunchy, creamy starter of patra chaat, spiked with mouth-coating tamarind and tangy tomato chutney, and some tender, smoky seekh kebabs from the tandoor oven. Main courses of sea bass coconut masala and slow-cooked, richly spiced achari lamb shank are also a treat to find in a neighbourhood Indian. It’s a shame the interior, with its ceiling tiles and twee soundtrack, is a touch incongruous for the standard of cooking, but friendly, knowledgeable service more than makes amends. Pure would undoubtedly attract a loyal following if located more centrally – we hope Fulham realises its good fortune. Takeaway also available.

£30 - £49
Indian
The Signal

The Signal

7 Devonshire Road, London, London, SE23 3HE

£30 - £49
Pubs
Gastropub
The Colton Arms

The Colton Arms

187 Greyhound Road, London, London, W14 9SD

Under £30
Gastropub
Brio Tapas Bar & Restaurant

Brio Tapas Bar & Restaurant

27-31 Bedford Road, Clapham, London, SW4 7SH

Brio which means “vivacious and vigor” is the creation of award-winning restaurant owner Luigi Bonetti and Spanish Tapas Chef Raul.

Inspired by the new wave of modern Spanish tapas hitting the capital and after their long travels around Spain and doing El Camino to Santiago too.

£30 - £49
Tapas
Spanish
Ginza Onodera

Ginza Onodera

15 Bury Street, St. James's, London, SW1Y 6AL

£50 - £79
Sushi
Japanese
Afternoon tea
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
Ristorante Granaio

Ristorante Granaio

Ristorante Granaio 224 Piccadilly, London, W1J 9HP

We are an Italian Company and we make of the traditional and regional Italian cuisine one of our core values.
To do this, we looked at the world's largest cooking expert: grandmothers!
Because when it comes to food and choices at the dinner table, we preferred the classic recipes of a tradition rich in history and taste: those of grandmother.
The perfect menu? It Always includes lasagna, risotto, the Parmigiana and meat dishes, adapted in all regions, to represent the model of Grandma's kitchen.

£30 - £49
Italian
The George Glengall Grove

The George Glengall Grove

114 Glengall Grove, London, London, E14 3ND

£30 - £49
Gastropub
The Islington Townhouse

The Islington Townhouse

13 Liverpool Road, London, London, N1 0RW

£30 - £49
Pubs
The Builders Arms

The Builders Arms

13 Britten Street, London, London, SW3 3TY

£30 - £49
Gastropub
Baranis

Baranis

115 Chancery Lane, Temple, London, WC2A 1PP

Bars
Cigalon

Cigalon

115 Chancery Lane, Blackfriars, London, WC2A 1PP

£30 - £49
French
Caravaggio

Caravaggio

107-112 Leadenhall Street, London, London, EC3A 4DP

£30 - £49
Italian
Le Bar

Le Bar

59 West Smithfield, Barbican, London, EC1A 9DS

Bars
French
£50 - £79
Club Gascon

Club Gascon

57 West Smithfield, London, EC1A 9DS

£50 - £79
French
One Michelin star
£50 - £79
The Grafton

The Grafton

20 Prince of Wales Road, London, London, NW5 3LG

It’s refreshing to find a proper boozer that has evolved into the 21st century not as a glorified gastro-enterprise but a place where the bar is still at its heart, though the food is good too. Such is The Grafton; comfortable banquettes, wooden tables and chairs aplenty are spread over the two floors and rooftop terrace, but it gets packed at peak times with folk keen to sink a pint or two of craft ale or cider. Food is a mix of classic pub grub and street food: fish ‘n’ chips, sausage and mash and some seriously good Scotch eggs. For veggies, the chestnut cottage pie with olive oil mash is a total winner. There’s no booking, so get there early to bag a table.

£30 - £49
Gastropub
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
The Jones Family Project

The Jones Family Project

78 Great Eastern Street, Old Street, London, EC2A 3JL

£30 - £49
International
The Blue Anchor Hammersmith

The Blue Anchor Hammersmith

13 Lower Mall, London, London, W6 9DJ

Under £30
British
Gastropub
The Royal Oak Twickenham

The Royal Oak Twickenham

13 Richmond Road, London, London, TW1 3AB

At Hippo Inns we want to ensure our pubs are one of a kind within the neighbourhood. Just a short stroll from Twickenham station and you’ll arrive at The Royal Oak. Spread over two floors, downstairs you’ll find a classic, relaxed pub complete with wood fire and spectacularly fresh Truman’s Raw beer, which sits proudly above the bar in two impressive copper tanks. Upstairs is the Roundhead or the Cavalier Room. Our intimate dining space and large open lounge are both sumptuously decorated, as perfect for that cosy dinner as they are for a full knees up. At The Royal Oak, we’re a small team dedicated to delivering great food and drink at a sensible price in glorious surroundings.

Pubs
Linden House

Linden House

Linden House, London, London, W6 9TA

£30 - £49
British
Afternoon tea
The Duke of Sussex

The Duke of Sussex

23 Baylis Road, London, London, SE1 7AY

Convenient for Waterloo Station, this fine example of a 1920s local – a typical boozer from long-defunct London brewers Truman, Hanbury & Buxton – has recently been made over by new owners Hippo Inns. It now sports shabby-chic recycled furniture and, in the cosy rear dining room, fascinating framed newspaper reports of long-forgotten front-page splashes. The bar stocks various craft keg and cask ales such as Southwark Bermondsey Best and, coming full circle, Truman’s Zephyr (the brand name having been bought by two Hackney Wick brew-meisters), plus over 20 wines by the glass at fair prices. To eat, old-school bar snacks are listed alongside the likes of fish goujons and tartare sauce, or filled wraps of rump steak, shallots and horseradish cream. Otherwise, plump for brunch, or go for dinner of half a chicken from the charcoal spit, or a fried chickpea burger. A broad front terrace is popular in warm weather.

£30 - £49
Pubs
Oldroyd

Oldroyd

344 Upper Street, Islington, London, N1 0PD

£30 - £49
Modern European

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