Highly acclaimed, this restaurant offers an unusual selection of delicacies cooked lovingly by celebrity Chef Heston Blumenthal. Featuring a predominantly British menu, Dinner by Heston Blumenthal boasts contemporary decor that reflects the restaurant's modern approach to traditional cuisine. Try out the Meat Fruit, a chicken liver parfait that looks like a mandarin, and the Tipsy Cake, a sweet, buttery dessert that is cooked tableside. With its modern twist on classic British dishes, Dinner by Heston Blumenthal is a must-visit destination for food lovers and travelers looking for an unforgettable dining experience in London.
Unassumingly located on a not so lively street of Fulham’s popular neighborhood, the Harwood Arms is a stylish gastropub serving delicious drinks and classic British cuisine. It is the only pub to be awarded a Michelin star in 2014. Offering a casual ambiance to spend some lazy afternoons, the pub is known to serve game meats (a wild animal hunted for food). Patrons can expect some exquisite roast dishes of catfish, deer, crayfish, and ducks. Patrons can choose from a three or two-course meal, pairing it with a lovely wine. Enjoy your lunch, breakfast, or quick grub options at The Harwood Arms!
Anybody who has visited Scandinavia will appreciate the quirky and stylish red-fronted cafe that is London's very own Scandinavian Kitchen. The cheerful and jolly cafe is popular with locals who not only visit to pick up one of the options from tasty toasties, sandwiches and wraps, but secretly in the hope they will bear witness to the staff suddenly bursting out in an impromptu sing-along. The food all has a Nordic touch, with Swedish meatball sandwich and pickled herrings on rye bread appearing to be a firm favorite with regulars together. The cafe also doubles as a grocery, selling everything from cured salmon to crusty breads.
The Churchill Arms is an interesting hybrid of a boozer and leafy Thai diner. It is known for its distinctive exterior adorned with colorful flower displays. The bar is usually swamped with people but the restaurant at the back is surprisingly airy. The pub offers a traditional British pub atmosphere with a wide selection of beers, ales, and spirits. The beautiful interior is cozy and decorated with an array of Churchill memorabilia, including photographs, paintings, and wartime artifacts. The pub often hosts live music events and has a beer garden for outdoor seating during the warmer months.
This is not your typical Japanese restaurant. The eighty seat Roka is centered around a Robata cooking grill and even has an elegant cocktail bar. Robata means 'with open flames' and that's what most of the menu focuses on. Dishes such as Tempura, Sashimi, Maki, Kushiage, and Robata Niku are what you'll get. Winning awards and accolades for its fine flavor and welcoming atmosphere, this is a must try restaurant in London. The French windows make it bright and airy, while the street view provides a somewhat alfresco dining experience.
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.
The sweet aromas of caramel, butter and something savory, will draw you into a vintage looking restaurant, Le Merlin. Located in the trendy area of Lower Clapton, the restaurant is winning hearts for their savory gallettes (flat cakes) and delectable varieties in toppings served with sweet crepes. They have their own spin on the peasant dish, Ratatouille, by turning into sumptuous savory gallette. All dishes served are gluten free, making it a favorite among the diet conscious diners. The cheeses, flours and charcuterie (cold meats) that are used in their dishes, are imported directly from France, adding to the authenticity to these French delicacies. The comfort food is well accorded with a homely decor of house plants, natural lighting coming in from their huge French windows and dark green colored walls. A large wallpaper with an ocean view in their cafe and its rustic furniture and lighting, add to the tranquility and calmness of this quaint little cafe. A favorite among the locals, visit the restaurant to get the taste of some authentic French crepes gallettes and coffee.
When you want to eat something spectacular outside but aren't sure how to handle your kids, this cafe, which is only a 3-minute walk from Eltham Green Park, is perfect. Bring your children with you to Fresh Ground Coffee House Eltham, where they will love playing in the area designated only for them while you relax in the plush recliners. For a delectable cup of coffee and alternatives for a lighter and heartier meal, you may meet up with pals or drop by with your significant other. Parents can unwind knowing that their children are having fun thanks to the cafe's numerous kid-friendly activities and tempting menu.
No matter which part of the world you are in, Indian food is something you will find everywhere. And even in London, the options are multiple. This warm and inviting Indian restaurant is located in the center of West Hampstead. This warm and inviting Indian restaurant is located in the center of West Hampstead. Right from dal chawal, tosamosa, kurkure bhindi, paratha, panner butter masala, garlic naan, aloo chat, dahi puri, and more, Colaba Indian Dining is an amazing facility to get everything from a hearty meal to light dishes.
La Creperie Bretonne is a modern café that is modeled like the famous French cafes. This beautiful café serves some of the best French cuisines that you will find anywhere in London. Their delicious crepes are a must-try and you can also have their classic eggs benedict or order a tasty sandwich if you please. The amazing location, affordable prices and hospitable staff will ensure that you have everything you need to spend some quality time whilst enjoying their delicious treats.
The house restaurant emanates old-school charm with its wooden interior and dim lights.This facility brings the taste and flavor of Italian and Mediterranean cuisine to Ballard Lane. The pleasant space, paired with a comfy atmosphere and nice decor, makes your day a bit better. And when it is about Italian cuisine, chocolate needs a special mention. You cannot leave from here without savoring the tiramisu pastry, chocolate fondant, and more from the dessert category. Whereas Primavera Risotto, Calamari and Olives, lasagna, and pizza are some of the most recommended items from the menu that you must try.
A cozy restaurant with top-notch food, Grill of the Green is a modern British eatery bringing you the best of popular classic dishes with a modern twist. The Royal Botanical Garden's magnificent flora surrounds this restaurant, which is also extremely near the River Thames. The ambience is perfect to unwind after a hectic day at work, with long comfy couches providing you ease and a warm surrounding giving you much-needed peace. The vast list of menu items that are most frequently suggested includes: fish, Chateaubriand, chocolate brownie, salted caramel brownie, rib eyes on the bone, and many others.