The great thing about Oxford Street is that it leads to so many varying pockets of London, all of which have plenty to offer in the dining department. To the northwest, you’ll find Marylebone – a chic area filled with stylish brasseries aplenty. To the southeast, there’s vibrant Soho with its warren of streets housing all kinds of eateries. Looking for an upmarket restaurant, perhaps with a Michelin Star or two? Head southwest to discover the restaurants in Mayfair and its abundance of classy restaurants. Or perhaps you’re looking for something a little more casual, in which case check out Fitzrovia's restaurants, just north of the Tottenham Court Road end of Oxford Street.
Of course, you can find the usual fast-food chains, crepe stands and grab-and-go cafes too for something speedy but satisfying. And if you don't want to venture too far from the shops, we recommend heading to Regent Street, Heddon Street, Carnaby Street or the foodie haven Kingly Court, where you’re bound to find a hidden gem. Whatever you’re in the mood for, you’ll definitely be able to find a restaurant near Oxford Street.