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Light and crispy pizza bases garnished with mouthwatering toppings are available fresh at the Fire & Stone Pizza Restaurant. The dough is prepared daily at the restaurant; locally sourced ingredients are then used to layer it, and you can choose from Asian, American, European, African and Australian garnishing. A good range of salads, starters and tempting desserts are also served along with wine, beer, champagne, cocktails and spirits. Although the row-type seating hardly offers any privacy, the delicious pies served here are worth a visit.
When you dine in a restaurant owned by reputable TV chef Jamie Oliver, expectations are high. And the team at Jamie’s do not fail to deliver. The restaurant is vibrant and positively brimming. The service is exceptional, the food delicious. Traditional Italian cuisine starts with rustic bread dipped in olive oil and a splash of bruschetta. Highly recommended, is the succulent slices of lamb and prawn linguine pan-friend in tomatoes and chili washed down with any of the quality wines. Jamie's Italian is perfect for a family dinner out, as the kids menu (which is a viewfinder) is full of nutritious and tasty options.
Owner Brian Stein, who migrated to London in the 1970s, has done a good job of introducing American cuisine to the locals. And Maxwell's, with its delicious and authentic American fare, is proof of this. Its growing popularity is a result of the warm ambiance, friendly staff and of course, food, which includes host of steaks and seafood delicacies. A satisfying wine list and an array of cocktails is on offer too. Drop in during happy hours and discounts on all cocktails and champagnes! It includes a kids' menu with separate food options like a Kid's club Sandwich, Wrap-A-Star and Fruit Kebabs along with mocktails and sodas.
If ice creams for you are best things to be leisurely enjoyed on lazy summer afternoons, then the Parlour is the place to be. Ideally located on the first floor of the Fortnum & Mason, in the heart of Picadilly, this ice cream oasis is for dessert lovers – both young and not-so-young. The ambiance here is very mid-century with friendly baristas and a retro menu that also features some trendy twists. Try and taste some of the best ice creams and sorbets that go very well with their espressos and hot chocolate. For those who prefer savory over sweet there are sandwiches and a good selection of wines.
Located inside Seven Dials at Covent Garden, Homeslice is home to one of the most popular pizzas in the city. Serving up pizza pies straight out of the wood-fired oven, the restaurant is a bright, chic place where friends and family with kids can enjoy awesome-looking, huge and absolutely scrumptious pizzas. The fresh, seasonal ingredients used are quite evident in the colorful, aromatic masterpieces that come out of this kitchen. There are no reservations, it's best to arrive early to avoid the dinnertime crowd.
Inamo puts together a Pan-Asian menu with dishes from Thailand, China, Japan and Korea to entice the taste buds of connoisseurs. This high tech restaurant features interactive, digital tables where you can change the "tablecloth," browse the menu and play games as a group. The fusion food is served as part of a pre-fixed meal or a la carte. Try the salmon sashimi or the Malaysian spiced noodles for a delightful meal.
BRGR.CO is a popular burger joint in London. It is a great place to grab a quick, delicious burger for lunch or dinner with special sides to go with it. BRGR.CO also serves milkshakes, beer and wine, you could rely on your server for suggestions on the same. They are also known for their afternoon tea and desserts.
Bill Wyman's haute-burger-cuisine joint serves up a mixture of American and European fare. Unsurprisingly, the restaurant is bursting with Rolling Stones memorabilia, and celebrities can often be spotted, usually with their children. The same celebrities also congregate for the many star-studded parties that have been hosted here ever since the precedent-setting opening bash in May 1989. Sticky Fingers has also been used as the base for some memorable charity fund-raising events hosted by Bill himself. Long live rock 'n' roll and burgers, chicken strips, salads and sandwiches all of which come in huge portions. Don't leave the kids at home. Booking is advisable on weekends, but be aware that you can only make reservations for the evening until 6:00 PM.
Adjacent to the historic Electric Cinema, Electric Diner is always buzzing with activity. With its brick walls, red leather booths and bar seats, it recreates a vintage charm. Stop by for their delicious all-day menu of home-made hot dogs, honey-fried chicken, cheeseburgers, pies, breakfasts and many other goodies. Choose from a variety of draft beers, wines and cocktails to go with your meal. Known for their efficient service and great food, Electric Diner is a favorite among locals.
Betty Blythe is a sophisticated tea room in Hammersmith. It is named after Hollywood actress Betty Blythe of Queen of Sheba fame. The staff is kitted in retro attire and the guests are also welcome to try on accessories from their beauty box while seated here. This vintage tea shop is one of the best venues in London to experience the ritual of an Afternoon Tea. The tea-room offers an old world venue to relish tea and snacks- a place with vintage tea-ware amid flowers and strewn petals. It is a popular choice for tea parties and children's parties, successfully hosting and catering for them. There are activities and dance workshops held here too, that one can participate in while savoring afternoon tea.