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Located on the eastern fringes of the City of London, Moorgate and Liverpool Street sit side by side to each other. Whilst Moorgate consists mostly of offices and businesses and is relatively quiet at the weekend, Liverpool Street not only serves as a centre of city business but is also a hotspot for Londoners and savvy tourists. Old Spitalfields Market is found just across the street from Liverpool Street Station and comes alive at the weekend with its fantastic vintage clothes and crafts market. Whilst most of the better restaurant chains have pitched up home inside the market, the surrounding area offers some superb dining choices. Head to Brick Lane to the east and you’ll find just about every kind of cuisine on the globe whilst Bishopsgate’s tall towers boast some of the finest restaurants in London.
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Wine Bars (13)
Modern European (8)
North American (7)
Dim Sum (2)
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The Bower, 207c Old Street, London EC1V 9NR
Each of these attractive wine bars has its own distinct character and menu but the house style, which simply relies on great Italian ingredients and wines,...
22-25 Finsbury Square, London EC2A 1DX
The first rooftop bar from ETM (who run The Jugged Hare, among others) roosts atop the Royal London House Hotel, joining the group's Burdock on the ground...
211 Old Street, London EC1V 9NR
For somewhere that takes everything it does so seriously, the Draft House is really rather a hoot and expansion shows no sign of slowing: this ninth London...
36 Charlotte Road, London EC2A 3PG
The converted Victorian warehouse that houses Angela Hartnett and Neil Borthwick’s Merchants Tavern used to be trailblazing Cantaloupe back in the 1990s....
50/52 Brushfield Street, Spitalfields, London E1 6AG
”A complete joy – a lovely venue”, proclaimed one fan of these brown-fronted, 17th-century listed premises, which scream tradition with their promise...
Andaz Hotel, 40 Liverpool Street, London EC2M 7QN
A step back in time, the traditional London pub at Andaz hotel has lead lighted windows, wood paneling and a proper Victorian-style moulded ceiling. While...
12 Angel Court, London EC2R 7HB
Like its St James’s sister, Mint Leaf Lounge offers Indian fine dining in cool contemporary surroundings. The 50-foot-long pebble-inlaid cocktail bar –...
1 Poultry, London EC2R 8EJ
Manicured lawns, topiary, wisteria-clad cloisters and an alfresco bar make this memorable rooftop garden a shoo-in for summer drinking. Covered and heated...
Building 9a, Devonshire Square, London EC2M 4WY
Aimed with precision at its predominantly corporate clientele, Devonshire Terrace is an airy, tastefully attired Corney & Barrow bar-restaurant that comes...
2 Wilson Street, London EC2M 2TE
Following a refurb, this basement branch of the Davy’s stable has brightened up its image: a mirrored staircase now leads down to the spacious bar area,...
16 New Street, London EC2M 4TR
Elegantly tricked out in shades of cardamom, pepper and pimento, this distinguished Grade II-listed edifice was originally an East India Company spice...
58 Gresham Street, London EC2V 7BB
It may not have the charisma of its relatives in the Drake & Morgan stable but this big, brash & ‘really buzzy’ bar/diner is still a looker, with a...
1 Snowden Street, London EC2A 2DQ
With its snazzy tables, brown-leather barstools, and spritzer-sipping, sharp-suited customers, L’Anima’s overtly swish bar feels like Italy on a hot summer’s...
45 Old Broad Street, London EC2N 1HU
With affordable Champagne cocktails and other sips with names including Brain Booster and Work in Mexico, there are reasons aplenty to shut down your...
31-33 Throgmorton Street, London EC2N 2AT
Mayfair, Miami, the UAE… and now the Square Mile: diners in the world’s well-heeled honeypots can’t get enough of Arjun Waney’s Peruvian spin on his phenomenally...