Where To Eat In London
London’s diverse population adds to its rapidly changing eclectic food scene. No stranger to the latest fads that hit popular food cities like San Francisco, such as no reservation restaurants, gastropubs, inventive fusion fine-dining, London has an assortment of restaurants ranging from that traditional fish and chip trucks to Michelin star restaurants.
10 Greek Street | Contemporary European | Soho
The upscale eatery doesn’t take reservations for dinner and is not open to public on Sundays, but that doesn’t stop people from flocking here to try chef Cameron Emirali’s comfort food. The menu features mouth watering dishes like Tamworth pork with apple chutney and risotto with butternut squash, burrata and sage.
Gymkhana | Indian | Mayfair
‘Gymkhana’ is an Anglo-Indian term that was used for gentlemen’s clubs, coined during the British Reign period of colonial India. London’s Michelin starred Indian restaurant, Gymkhana’s decor is reminiscent of that era - a formal setting with dark paneled wood, stone walls, and slick socializing amidst an array of spice-rich, flavorful dishes fresh out of the tandoor.
Ceviche | Peruvian | Soho
The unassuming, bright and lively Ceviche tastes as fresh as it looks.The flavors pack a punch at this trendy restaurants that’s a local favorite and the menu features, as the name suggests, fresh fish in tangy, citrusy and flavorful combinations paired with great cocktails.
Sushi Samba | Japanese-Brazilian | The City
You’ve probably not had sushi like this before - the menu is Japanese-Peruvian-Brazilian fusion and the restaurant is located on the 39th floor of the building making it a difficult choice to pick a favorite: the food or the view. Favorites include the humble yellowtail and jalapeno, and Wagyu gyoza with kabocha purée, sesame, and su-shoyu dipping sauce.
The Wolseley | Contemporary European | St. James's
We dare you not to be stumped by the opulence of The Wolseley and the perfect poise of its attractive wait staff. The glamorous and ultra luxurious European Cafe is a favorite among the rich and powerful - and it shows with the grand art-deco and premium food offered for breakfast, lunch, dinner and afternoon tea. The perfectly polished surfaces, might lead you to think this is an age old restaurant, but it actually used to be a luxury car dealership and then a bank before it started serving fancy caviar and oysters.
Hawksmoor | Steak | Piccadilly Circus & Leicester Square
It calls itself the best steak restaurant in the UK - and we agree. The menu is simple - cuts of meat, sides and seafood paired with innovative cocktails. But the steakhouse is sure to leaving full and more than just satisfied.