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Restaurants in London, such as Berners Tavern and The Real Greek - Spitalfields are listed below.

Berners Tavern

Berners Tavern, 10 Berners Street, London, London

10 Berners Street, London

This jaw-droppingly beautiful all-day diner from star chef Jason Atherton is a real trend setter with a truly glamorous setting with genuinely top drawer cooking - a hitherto rare combination indeed. There's style by the bucket-load with a stunning... more

The Real Greek - Spitalfields

The Real Greek - Spitalfields, 6 Horner Square, London, London

6 Horner Square, Old Spitalfields Market, London

Founded in 1999 by acclaimed chef Theodore Kyriakou, this handsome, contemporary restaurant was hailed for doing exactly what it says on the tin: bringing a taste of real Greek food to the capital. Kyriakou is no longer involved but the brand has... more


CUT, 45 Park Lane, London, London

45 Park Lane, Mayfair, London

Legendary is an overused word but perfectly fitting when mentioning the name Wolfgang Puck. He's the man behind Spago in LA, one of the most famous restaurants in the world, and now he's brought his updated version of a classic American steak house... more

Jamie's Italian, Threadneedle Street

Jamie's Italian, Threadneedle Street, Ground Floor, London, London

Ground Floor, 38 Threadneedle Street, London

In the heart of the City, Britain's best known telly chef Jamie Oliver has created a rather special branch of his nationwide chain of modern tratorrias. The converted Bank of Scotland building makes for a magnificent venue with its high ornate... more

Tsunami Clapham

Tsunami Clapham, 5/7 Voltaire Road, London, London

5/7 Voltaire Road, Clapham, London

Fashionably decked out with an interior design of grey, black and gold, this well established modern Japanese restaurant continues to deliver a menu of fresh grazing and sharing dishes with big flavours that are presented beautifully. Start with an... more

Chez Bruce

Chez Bruce, 2 Bellevue Road, London, London

2 Bellevue Road, Wandsworth Common, London

If only every neighbourhood restaurant was as good as Chez Bruce. The attention to detail in everything from the warm greeting at the door to the home made complementary palmiers served with coffee makes eating here a joy. Expect outstanding Modern... more


Maze, 10/13 Grosvenor Square, London, London

10/13 Grosvenor Square, London

Perched on a high stool at the glamorous polished bar you may be persuaded to drop your regular tipple in favour of one of Maze’s adventurous cocktails – perhaps a beetroot and chocolate martini. Your culinary voyage continues in the equally stylish... more

Jamie Oliver's Fifteen

Jamie Oliver's Fifteen, 15 Westland Place, London, London

15 Westland Place, London

Although this very buzzy Italian is partly run by the apprentices working under Jamie Oliver’s Fifteen Foundation scheme for disadvantaged young people, you’d never guess it. Set in a grand old building near Old Street, the formal basement... more

Kitchen Table

Kitchen Table, 70 Charlotte Street, London, London

70 Charlotte Street, Fitzrovia, London

Hidden away behind a curtain at the back of Bubbledogs hot dog and champagne bar is top chef James Knappet's intimate fine dining experience. As the name suggests, there's just one 'table' or counter with nineteen stools arranged around an open... more


Marco, Stamford Bridge, London, London

Stamford Bridge, Fulham Road, London

Culinary legend Marco Pierre White's flagship restaurant might be located in the Chelsea Football Club Complex at Stamford Bridge, but it shouldn't be left just to the match day crowd. Although Marco hung up his kitchen whites well over a decade... more

Honey & Co.

Honey & Co., 25a Warren Street, London, London

25a Warren Street, London

Couple Sarit Packer and wife Itamar Srulovich (who both used to work for Yottam Ottolenghi) run this charming daytime-only Middle Eastern cafe-bistro tucked away in a Fitzrovia back street. Its a minimally decorated space with a beautiful blue and... more

Grain Store

Grain Store, Granary Square, London, London

Granary Square, 1/3 Stable Street, King's Cross, London

French chef Bruno Loubet is best know for meaty creations like the snails and meatballs he serves at Bistro Bruno at Clerkenwell, but his latest venture is a much more vegetable-led affair. Occupying a large corner site in the regenerated Kings Cross... more

Del Mercato

Del Mercato, Park Street, London, London

Park Street, London

An espresso bar, pizzeria, bakery and restaurant, this is a little slice of Italy from Legendary London restaurateur Claudio Pulze in a series of vaulted railway buildings a stone's throw from Borough Market in south London. The uncluttered interior... more

Jamie's Italian, Covent Garden

Jamie's Italian, Covent Garden, Unit 33, London, London

Unit 33, 10/12 Upper St Martin's Lane, London

Jamie’s Italian in the modern St Martin’s Courtyard development in Covent Garden is the flagship central London site of this mid-priced, charming chain. The modus operandi is the same, simple, rustic Italian food and decor served up in bustling,... more


Apsleys, The Lanesborough, London, London

The Lanesborough, Hyde Park Corner, London

This is one of London's most opulently over the top and luxurious hotel restaurants. There's acres of plush upholstery in the Venetian-style dining room that can also boast a glass roof, impressive feature chandeliers and huge fresco. The... more


Soif, 27 Battersea Rise, London, London

27 Battersea Rise, London

Ed Wilson just might be the best chef you've never heard of. Having trained with the likes of the Galvin brothers, Wilson opened Terriors in Covent Garden back in 2009 and now heads up a group of four wine bar/restaurants including this simple... more

Theo Randall at The InterContinental

Theo Randall at The InterContinental, 1 Hamilton Place, London, London

1 Hamilton Place, Park Lane, London

Dark wood paneling, mint green leather chairs and etched glass screens provide a sleek contemporary counterpoint to the exquisitely rustic Italian cooking of ex-River Café head chef Theo Randall. A thick tranche of turbot with capers, parsley and... more


A.Wong, 70 Wilton Road, London, London

70 Wilton Road, Victoria, London

There's lots of options at Andrew Wong's minimal Chinese diner close to Victoria station where regional specialties and street food items are given a modern twist. Grab a stool at the bar for their particular take on dim sum such as clear shrimp... more

The Quilon Restaurant & Bar

The Quilon Restaurant & Bar, 41 Buckingham Gate, London, London

41 Buckingham Gate, London

Quilon is a very refined Indian restaurant which specialises in tangy seafood inspired by South Indian coastal cuisine and has attracted numerous accolades since it opened over a decade ago. House specialities include spiced grilled red snapper,... more

Locanda Locatelli

Locanda Locatelli, 8 Seymour Street, London, London

8 Seymour Street, London

Locanda Locatelli takes Italian cuisine to a new level. Opened by celebrity chef Giorgio Locatelli (revered by many as one of the finest Italian Chefs in the UK) over ten years ago, it has won numerous awards. It’s a stylish, sophisticated venue with... more

Roti Chai

Roti Chai, 3 Portman Mews South, London, London

3 Portman Mews South, London

There's two sides to Roti Chai. Upstairs, the casual room with its simple wooden tables and chairs and exposed, painted steel girders is the perfect setting for a delicious lunch of Indian street-food-inspired bites. Feast on chicken lollipops: half... more

MEAT Market

MEAT Market, The Deck, London, London

The Deck, Jubilee Market Hall, Tavistock Street, Covent Garden, London

This might be more grunge eating than grand dining, but you can't argue with the effort owner Yianni Papoutsis put into researching what many say is the best burger in London. This branch of the wildly hip and successful Meat Liquor overlooks the... more


Umu, 14/16 Bruton Place, London, London

14/16 Bruton Place, Mayfair, London

Offering an extensive wine and sake list and serving, some say, the best Japanese food in London Umu is a meal to remember. It starts with the concealed entrance in Mayfair, where you need to place your hand over a sensor to activate a sliding door... more


Chavot, 41 Conduit Street, London, London

41 Conduit Street, Mayfair, London

This might just be the most glamorous dining room in London. Crystal chandeliers, mosaic tiled floor, caramel banquet seats and polished black wood chairs add make a stunning setting for Frenchman Eric Chavot's polished, modern brasserie cooking.... more


Zucca, 184 Bermondsey Street, London, London

184 Bermondsey Street, London

Zucca is the ideal modern urban Italian trattoria There’s a warm, smiley greeting, almost absurdly low prices and a short menu of simple, ingredient-led dishes that’s the antithesis of cheffy indulgence. The look is River Café-lite (chef Sam Harris... more


Hakkasan, 8 Hanway Place, London, London

8 Hanway Place, London

Chinese cuisine has never tasted so good as at Hakkasan where the vibe is sultry and sexy. Locate the discrete entrance just off Oxford Street, descend the incense infused steps into a basement bar so dimly lit you feel it could be the VIP area of a... more


Pizarro, 194 Bermondsey Street, London, London

194 Bermondsey Street, London

Genial Spanish chef Jose Pizzaro serves gloriously, deliciously rustic dishes at this seriously buzzy casual restaurant. It's a restaurant-of-the-moment (complete with the fashionable yet annoying no-bookings at dinner policy) that will have foodies... more


Racine, 239 Brompton Road, London, London

239 Brompton Road, London

Racine is home to Henry Harris, one of London's finest chefs who aims to recreate the classic French neighbourhood restaurant in London’s Mayfair. Tables are simply attired in white tablecloths while dark brown leather banquettes and walnut chairs... more

Pied à Terre

Pied à Terre, 34 Charlotte Street, London, London

34 Charlotte Street, London

When taking your seat in this neutral toned Fitzrovia restaurant you are at first greeted by a giant pink gerbera emblazoned on a dinner plate. Marcus Eaves is a young chef to watch and his food is as colourful and beautiful as the place setting. To... more


Colbert, 50/52 Sloane Square, London, London

50/52 Sloane Square, Chelsea, London

Chris Corbin and Jeremy King of The Wolseley fame have opened yet another great restaurant, this time inspired by a Paris boulevard cafe. The buzzing bistro's menu features one plate, all day dining options including sandwiches, cakes and breakfast... more

Tom's Kitchen

Tom's Kitchen, 11 Westferry Circus, London, London

11 Westferry Circus, London

This third branch of chef Tom Aikens's casual restaurant concept. The white ceramic tiles and chunky wooden furniture of the Chelsea original (there's another in Somerset House) have been retained with the addition of some comfortable looking booths... more

MEAT Liquor

MEAT Liquor, 74 Welbeck Street, London, London

74 Welbeck Street, London

Hold on to your hats, this is no fine dining joint. Forget linen tablecloths and suited waiters and join the queue for what many consider to be the best burgers in London. The vibe here is more gloomy nightclub than restaurant with neon signs, domed... more

The Giaconda Dining Room

The Giaconda Dining Room, 9 Denmark Street, London, London

9 Denmark Street, London

Giaconda Dining Room is a modern European restaurant in Soho which promises tasty food and wines that are reasonably priced, accessible and intriguing. It puts on no airs and graces preferring to let its bistro style menu to express its commitment... more


Yauatcha, 15/17 Broadwick Street, London, London

15/17 Broadwick Street, Soho, London

Yauatcha is a trendy dim sum restaurant in Soho designed by Christian Liaigre as a modern reinterpretation of an old Chinese teahouse with an open plan layout and kitchen. It offers a large range of Chinese and Indian teas and an all day grazing... more

Hereford Road

Hereford Road, 3 Hereford Road, London, London

3 Hereford Road, Westbourne Grove, Notting Hill, London

Hereford Road is Notting Hill’s answer to legendary ‘nose to tail’ London restaurant St John; head chef Tom Pemberton used to run the kitchen at St John’s Bread & Wine in Spitalfields. Transformed from an old Butcher’s Shop to a modern chic eatery,... more

The Greenhouse

The Greenhouse, 27a Hay's Mews, London, London

27a Hay's Mews, Mayfair, London

Tucked away in a charming Mayfair mews, The Greenhouse is one of the most delightful places in London to dine. The elegant, recently refurbished dining room features displays of tree branches enclosed behind plate glass, echoing the restaurant's... more

The Malt House

The Malt House, 17 Vanston Place, London, London

17 Vanston Place, Fulham, London

French chef Claude Bosi of Hibiscus fame has installed the talented Marcus McGuinness to run the kitchen of this smartly renovated Fulham pub with rooms. There's a tasteful decor of olive green walls, cream tongue and groove, British Racing Green... more

Wheeler's of St James's

Wheeler's of St James's, 72/73 St James's Street, London, London

72/73 St James's Street, London

For most of last century Wheeler’s was a renowned chain of fish restaurants specialising in Smoked Salmon, Oysters and Grilled Fresh Fish dishes. Marco Pierre White and Sir Rocco Forte have joined forces to revive the Wheeler’s brand with Wheeler’s... more


Zuma, 5 Raphael Street, London, London

5 Raphael Street, Kinghtsbridge, London

Zuma in Knightsbridge is an achingly cool fusion Japanese restaurant offering a sophisticated twist on traditional izakaya informal dining. To make the most of it, order a bunch of dishes to share and let the kitchen decide what’s the best order to... more

Brasserie Blanc

Brasserie Blanc, 60 Threadneedle Street, London, London

60 Threadneedle Street, London

Raymond Blanc of Le Manoir aux Quat’Saisons’ fame has brought his exquisite fine dining a little more down to earth for his City brasserie. The upmarket styling with brown leather seats and banquettes, pale yellow walls and bright modern artwork and... more

The Milestone Hotel

The Milestone Hotel, 1 Kensington Court, London, London

1 Kensington Court, London

Deriving its name from an early spelling of Kensington, Cheneston's is an intimate, ornate space with a traditional feel; all leaded windows, mahogany furniture and beautiful open fire place. Chef Kim Sjobakk balances creativity with traditional... more

Brasserie Zedel

Brasserie Zedel, 20 Sherwood Street, London, London

20 Sherwood Street, London

Restaurateurs Chris Corbin and Jeremy King of The Wolseley and The Delauny fame have turned the Frenchness up to 11 at their faux grand Parisienne brasserie yet somehow steered clear of cliché and created something genuinely thrilling. The sheer... more

St John Bar & Retaurant

St John Bar & Retaurant, 26 St John Street, London, London

26 St John Street, London

The austere surroundings of this converted smokehouse are matched by the stripped back food on the plate. Chef Fergus Henderson’s signature roast marrow bones served with grilled sourdough bread and parsley, shallot and caper salad typifies his “nose... more

L'Atelier de Joël Robuchon

L'Atelier de Joël Robuchon, 13/15 West Street, London, London

13/15 West Street, Soho, London

Covering three floors, the layout of legendary French chef Joel Robuchon's L’Atelier is a somewhat topsy-turvy affair. The top floor is occupied by the elegant bar and terrace where guests can sample an array of innovative cocktails. On the ground... more


Jose, 104 Bermondsey Street, London, London

104 Bermondsey Street, London

Jose Pizarro made his name at Brindisa before launching this delightful and always busy traditional Spanish tapas and sherry bar. There's no reservations at this smallish corner site with its exposed brickwork and tiled bar so be prepared to stand or... more


Balthazar, 4/6 Russell Street, London, London

4/6 Russell Street, Covent Garden, London

Balthazar London is a near facsimile of Balthazar New York which in turn is a faux French brasserie. It may not be original but its the real thing when it comes to genuine hospitality, good honest cooking and real atmosphere. The decor of nicotine... more

Brasserie Blanc

Brasserie Blanc, 1 Watling Street, London, London

1 Watling Street, London

Raymond Blanc brings the sort of French elan that makes his Oxfordshire hotel and restaurant Le Manoir aux Quat’Saisons’ so magical to his group of affordable city centre brasseries. Indulge in a pre-dinner drink in the smart bar then grab a... more


Dabbous, 39 Whitfield Street, London, London

39 Whitfield Street, London

This modernist space with its concrete floor, metal mesh screens and exposed pipe work is home to one of the most exciting and lauded young chefs currently working in the UK - Ollie Dabbous really does walk on water, in a culinary sense at least. ... more

The Modern Pantry

The Modern Pantry, 47/48 St John's Square, London, London

47/48 St John's Square, Clerkenwell, London

The Modern pantry’s ground floor cafe is a casual affair with white washed brick walls and striking copper pendant lights. Service begins here with breakfast perhaps with poached eggs, grilled chorizo and caramelised plantain fritters. Light... more

Wild Honey

Wild Honey, 12 St George Street, London, London

12 St George Street, London

In July 2007 the team behind Arbutus, introduced their second restaurant Wild Honey in Mayfair. Offering the same trademark of great cooking combined with sensitive pricing. The room is wood panelled with ornate plaster mouldings and an original... more

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