London (FOOD)

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Cigalon
Really cute restaurant in a former auction house near Chancery Lane, serving French dishes. Delicious and really loved the interior.
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Cinnamon Soho
Indian restaurant on Kingly Street which is really good but does not compare to Dishoom (see further down) which is on the same street.

Clos Maggiore
French restaurant by Covent Garden, voted the most romantic restaurant in the world! My boyfriend took me here on one of our first dates… it looks pretty empty but we had overstayed our welcome & everyone else from the lunch sitting had left. Apparently a table in the conservatory is like gold dust, so book in advance and make sure you request one as it really is stunning (and romantic). Food is delicious and they have an extensive wine list.
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Cookhouse Joe
Love, love, love this restaurant just off Oxford Street. Great for delicious, casual and cheap food. The lunchtime menu is very reasonably priced.

Cote Brasserie
Cote is a chain with restaurants all over the place – not just in London. I have always avoided it knowing it was a chain but I went before a show a few weeks ago and was pleasantly surprised. Loads of fantastic choice, fairly priced and super tasty. Would definitely return!
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Coq D’Argent
An elegant restaurant right by Bank station. It is expensive and when you dine you don’t actually see the great view (below).
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Crazy Golf
There are a couple of fun crazy golf places with different themes and bar vibes:
Swingers (City / WestEnd) – nine hole courses with street food and great drinks.
Junkyard Golf (Brick Lane – East London) – a little less classy (the course is made up of ‘pre-loved and reclaimed random shizzle) but lots of fun.
Crazy GolfPuttshack – A couple of venues in London offering mini golf courses as well as food and drink. New tech means you don’t have to note down any scores, the ball and software does it for you! Particularly handy if you’ve had a few drinks.WhatsApp Image 2020-02-17 at 10.58.44It has a great vibe, good cocktails and the food is nice too. If there’s only 2 of you, you might want to book a couple of rounds as you do whiz around the courses quite quickly.WhatsApp Image 2020-02-17 at 10.58.44

Creme
A cookie shop which has recently popped up near to where I work. I noticed long queues outside every night whilst going home from work and was curious so went myself. cremeThe cookies are delicious but cost a hefty £4 each! They also serve coffee and soft-serve ice cream. There’s nowhere inside to sit so you have to takeaway.

Crosstown Doughnuts 
Amazing homemade sourdough doughnuts! Shops are all over the place (they have a vegan shop in Marylebone) but the one I go to is in Soho!
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Dean St Townhouse
Nice restaurant in Soho serving afternoon tea. Good but not amazing.

Dinerama
Is a street food / cool bar set up in Shoreditch! If you want a fun, casual evening with good food, nice drinks and a buzzy atmosphere then look no further. It is mainly outside though, so if it’s cold, make sure you wrap up warm.
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Din Tai Fung
I was SO excited for this restaurant to open in Covent Garden as I loved the one in Hong Kong. However, most of the dishes include pork which I no longer eat & so it was less enjoyable. Luckily the prawn dim sum was great but that’s about all I fancied. It also seemed more expensive than it was in HK for what we got…
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Dirty Bones
Many restaurants dotted around London. It’s always busy and has a good buzz whilst remaining relaxed. Definitely recommend.
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Dishoom
My absolute favourite – believe the hype and wait in the queue! I absolutely LOVE Dishoom (‘Irani cafes that were once part of the fabric of life in Bombay’) and there’s one right by my office so I’m able to get a cheeky takeaway every now and then. All the food is good! They will suggest you share a few dishes between 2 – I was a chicken ruby addict so would always go for that but the lentil curry is fantastic too. It will not disappoint. They have restaurants in: Carnaby, Shoreditch, King’s Cross, Covent Garden & Kensington!
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Duck & Waffle
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Restaurant by Liverpool Street station with incredible views. Quite reasonably priced considering the location. Book in advance if you want to eat at a reasonable time, but it’s open 24 hours so if you’re awake enough to appreciate some nice food after a night out, you may be able to walk in.
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Exmouth Market Grind
Great coffee / cocktail bar and restaurant in Clerkenwell! Had a very tasty lunch / brunch here. Don’t drink coffee but heard it’s great.

Fire and Stone
Great Italian restaurant near to Covent Garden with loads of interesting pizza toppings inspired by different world cuisines. Always lively with a good ambience and quite cheap for the area. Good pre-theatre stop-off.

Firefly
Cute Thai restaurant in Balham. Great for a casual bite in a relaxed environment. Food is good but I’d just got back from Thailand when I went so was probably underwhelmed.
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Fiume
Mediterranean restaurant in Battersea Power Station which has a nice outdoor seating area. Food is decent (we had a set menu) and not overpriced.

Flat Iron
They’re dotted all over the place, (Soho, Covent Garden, King’s Cross), and are ALWAYS busy. They don’t take reservations so if you don’t turn up early, you’ll have to wait in line! The steak is SO yummy and only £12. Don’t forget to order the creamed spinach!

Forza Win
Forza Win is a trendy Italian restaurant in Peckham (South-East London). The restaurant has an open kitchen and tables are communal. The food was delicious… definitely recommend the pasta – homemade and fresh!
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Franco Manca
Casual, very fairly priced pizza chain! Amazing (and massive) tiramisu if you have room for pudding.

Gail’s
Absolutely delicious bakery – many dotted around London.

Galvin at Windows
Fine-dining French restaurant on the 28th floor of the Hilton, Park Lane. Food was outstanding but tiny portions considering how pricey it is. Great service and views, but probably not one to go to if you’re on a budget. A special occasion restaurant 🙂

Galvin La Chapelle
A French Michelin star restaurant near to Liverpool Street station. The food is beautifully presented and the service is exceptional, but it is very expensive (as to be expected). If you have cash to splash, then go! If you don’t, there are plenty other fantastic, more fairly priced places to eat.

Gillray’s Steakhouse
Great views over the River Thames of the London Eye and Houses of Parliament! We’ve eaten a couple of times here on a bookatable.com deal which made it fantastic value for money.

Gloria Trattoria
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Italian (Capri-inspired) restaurant in trendy Shoreditch. The restaurant is part of the Big Mamma Group and has sister restaurants which are very popular in Paris.
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There are plenty of small plates, pastas (with larger plates to share) and pizzas to feast on.
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Gold
One of the best restaurants I’ve eaten at in a while. Decor is beautiful (we sat in the outdoor area), service is spot on, and the food is UNREAL. It was all delicious but you MUST get the chicken and mushrooms on toast!! Can’t wait to go back.

Grounded Coffee Company
A hidden gem between Whitechapel and Aldgate East stations. The breakfast we had was absolutely delicious and everything on the menu looked good. Close(ish) to Brick Lane if you’re having a morning stroll through the markets.
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Guanabara
We had such a good night here! This bar near to Covent Garden has a carnival atmosphere with dancers and musicians performing into the night. We had a decent dinner here too which meant we had a table right in the centre of the action. It turns into a club after last food orders.
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Harvey Nics
We went to a fantastic cocktail making course at Harvey Nichols! It was £80 per person including breakfast, lunch and cocktails – really good value for money… I was very drunk! Knightsbridge is the nearest tube stop.
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Hawksmoor

Famous steak restaurants dotted about London (Spitalfields, Seven Dials, Knightsbridge, Borough!) The sides (spinach, mac n cheese) are incredibly tasty too. My fave restaurant is the Spitalfields one as it has a cosy, relaxed feel.
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Heddon Street Kitchen
I absolutely love this restaurant! Another Gordon Ramsey in Soho offering European / British cuisine. They have a pre-theatre menu which is great value for money.. The macaroni cheese and truffled mash potato is outstanding.
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Atmosphere and service was great too.

Homeslice
Like pizza? Want a quick, cheap and yummy lunch / dinner? Try Homeslice! They do massive sharing pizzas (with 2 toppings) for £20 OR you can buy pizza by the slice for £4 per slice! Sooooo delicious!!! (Recommend the ricotta, mushroom & pine nut topping)
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Hoppers
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A ‘family-style Sri Lankan restaurant!’ It’s very chilled (shared tables) and the food is incredibly tasty. Nearest tube stations are Tottenham Court Road / Leicester Square!
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House of Ho
The House of Ho is a fantastic modern Vietnamese restaurant in Fitzrovia just off Charlotte Street. The restaurant is in a cute little townhouse and has a nice outside area for al fresco dining in warmer months. The food was nice (although if you want popcorn shrimp / sushi, go to Pham Sushi instead… much better and cheaper).
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The green veggie curry was SO tasty and had a nice kick to it. Lovely atmosphere, good service but quite pricey. Would recommend if you want to splash out.

Hummingbird Bakery
Amazing cakes both in looks and taste – my favourite is the Nutella cupcake. Shop is in Soho!
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Hutong (at the Shard)
A Northern Chinese restaurant in the Shard with amazing views of London. They do fantastic lunch deals, but otherwise it’s quite expensive. The food is soooo delicious – we had a few dishes shared between 3. Nearest tube is London Bridge!
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Bianco 43
Authentic Italian restaurant – one in Greenwich & one in Blackheath. I had the most unreal truffle pizza! Very reasonably priced.
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Bill’s
A pretty standard yet reliable chain with many restaurants dotted around London.

Big Easy
A ‘BBQ Crabshack‘ with live music! 3 locations – Covent Garden, Kings Road, Canary Wharf! Novelty bibs are essential to protect you from the mess. Food was good & fairly priced.
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Black Roe
Upmarket ‘Poke Bar & Grill‘ in Mayfair! Very smart restaurant with a cosy ambiance. The food is full of flavour but very expensive (around £15 for a starter and £25+ for mains).

Blacklock
The best roast in London (if you’re not a veggie)! Make sure you book a table in advance if you’re planning on dining on Sunday. If there’s a big group of you, they’ll put all the food out on an impressive platter for you to help yourselves. I’ve only been to the Soho restaurant but there’s now one in the City too. During the week it’s famous for its ‘chops’!

Blanchette
Cute French restaurant in Soho – nice atmosphere and there’s a very reasonably priced lunch set menu.

Bob Bob Cite
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Cool French restaurant in the Cheesegrater (Leadenhall Building) in London. Great service, quirky decor (red and blue room) and a ‘Press for Champagne’ button! Prefer the Soho version (see below).
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Bob Bob Ricard
Press for champagne!! Love this lively restaurant in Soho! The decor is elegant, made up of swanky booths (all with their own ‘Press for champagne’ buttons) and the staff are exceptional. Yum!! 
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Bone Daddies
A ramen bar in Soho serving a variety of Asian dishes in a causal, rock-n-roll setting.

Bonnie Gull Seafood Shack
Bonnie Gull Seafood Shack is a cute little restaurant in Soho (with a bigger version in Fitzrovia). Much of the seating is at the bar which is great as you can see the food being cooked in front of you.kr6NUbr0You can order lots of small plates to share (which is what we did), or there is the option of ordering a large plate per person. It is quite expensive for small dishes so don’t go if you’re on a budget.
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Boxpark
A shipping container in Shoreditch turned into a home for pop-up shops and food stalls. Great for summer drinks!

Bokan
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Incredible views of the city from this restaurant and rooftop cocktail bar in Canary Wharf! We enjoyed bottomless prosecco and a 3 course meal with the best view in the house. Food was great too.
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Brasserie Zedel
This Soho restaurant is quite interesting. It’s located in a massive building with numerous restaurants / cafes / performance spaces (often live jazz bands and other musicians).whatsapp-image-2019-12-23-at-22.35.58-1.jpegCool and bustling French / European restaurant with plenty of choice at a reasonable price. WhatsApp Image 2019-12-23 at 22.35.58

Bread Street Kitchen
Gordan Ramsey restaurant near to Bank station. Good atmosphere with a fun photo booth. Food is tasty and portions are decent 🙂
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Breakfast Club
The original breakfast club is very close to where I work and I see massive queues every morning on my way to the office. I went one day to see what the fuss was about… honestly wasn’t wowed, but there are lots of options and portions are big 🙂

Brick and Liquor
Great brunch spot in Clapham (there’s also one in Tooting). Food is delicious and very reasonable. The area is gorgeous too – if you fancy a walk, Wandsworth Common is not too far away.
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Buon Appetito
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Great Italian in Victoria Park village! Fresh pasta, good quality and big portions. 
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The sign outside the front now says ‘Il Parco‘ but I think it’s run by the same people and is still called Buon Appetito when you search for it on GoogleMaps.
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Busaba
Really nice restaurant chain serving quality Thai food.
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BYOC
Really fun to start a night out. You pay a cover cost per head, bring your own spirits and your designated cocktail maker extraordinaire will whip up some tasty cocktails using your spirits and a selection of mixers and ingredients (provided by BYOC). Numerous locations – including The City, Soho & Camden!
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Cafe Monico
Another swanky (yet pricey) restaurant on Shaftesbury Avenue – good if you want a nice pre / post theatre dinner. Wasn’t amazed by the food but the decor was pretty!
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Cafe Tamra
Gorgeous spot for food on the Northcote Road in Clapham! I particularly enjoy the brunch. Reasonably priced too.

Cahoots
A 1940’s bar in Soho, Cahoots if famous for it’s newspaper menu and extensive list of fun cocktails. Great atmosphere with staff in character as and dressed in 40’s attire. Cocktails are £10-£12 each! Kingly Court is right outside which is always lovely to eat / drink in too.
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Caravan
There are Caravan restaurants all over the place. I’ve been to the one in King’s Cross and to another one near to Oxford Circus. Not outstanding but reliable.

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Avenue
Avenue is near to Green Park / Piccadilly Circus stations. Cute place to  eat and brunch was really nice – bottomless prosecco for £18 and 2 courses of tasty food for £25. The interior of the restaurant is gorgeous with big windows letting lots of light in.
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Bad Egg
Fun restaurant in the City of London which offers boozy / non-boozy brunches! Food was decent and plentiful for the price… as was the drink! Nothing super fancy but very good to go for a cheap(ish) boozy brunch – about £30 per person.WhatsApp Image 2020-02-23 at 14.55.17

Bala Baya
Bala Baya is a restaurant inspired by Tel Aviv near to Borough station. They offer lots of non-meat options – nice atmosphere, cool area.
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Barbecoa
This is a swanky Jamie Oliver restaurant with great views of St Paul’s cathedral. It serves pretty standard food but tastes better than the standard. It’s a little pricier than other Jamie Olivier restaurants but worth it for the view.

Bar Remo
An authentic Italian restaurant serving rustic food and pizza just off Regent Street and run by the Vignali family for 90 years! If you’re in central London shopping / seeing the sights, Bar Remo is a great escape from the chaos and definitely isn’t a tourist trap like other restaurants in the area.
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B Bakery
Enjoy afternoon tea in this bakery near Covent Garden. The bakery itself wasn’t the prettiest, but the afternoon tea was lovely and reasonably priced. 
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Bedales
Bedales is a lovely wine bar near to Spitalfields Market! We went wine tasting – in all honesty, I didn’t learn too much but the wine tasted good and there was plenty of it.
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Berners Tavern
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A very Instagrammable restaurant, part of the London Edition which is a gorgeous and very cool hotel near to Tottenham Court Road station. Very upmarket and absolutely delicious British cuisine in a stunning setting.

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Aqua (at the Shard)
Great, buzzy restaurant with unbelievable views of London. I had too many drinks to remember to take photos of the food, but it was delicious!WhatsApp Image 2020-02-17 at 10.58.44-2

Archer Street
My favourite place to go for drinks in London. Sophisticated cocktail bar in the heart of the Westend with Westend standard performers entertaining you through the night. SUCH a good place to go for a night out!

Ave Mario
Another Big Momma Group restaurant. I LOVE truffle pasta and pasta doesn’t get more truffley than the one I ordered here! I don’t think it’s quite as good as Gloria / Circolo Popolare, but it was still great. Fun decor, good food and reasonably priced.

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Restaurant Ours
Another Instagrammers dream! Restaurant with beautiful decor (huge trees, high ceilings, a flower wall – oh my goodddddd) serving delicious, upscale British cuisine in Knightsbridge!
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Roast
Does what it says on the tin… an amazing roast! Gorgeous restaurant in London Bridge (basically in Borough market!) The food was very enjoyable and not ridiculously priced.
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Roka
Lovely Japanese / Asian restaurant – there are a few! 
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Enjoyed the most unbelievable tasting menu at Roka recently. We ate at the bar which I really enjoyed as you can see the chefs preparing. The tasting menu isn’t cheap (I think premium was £90pp?) but you get SO much food and it was all delicious. Can’t wait to go back.

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Jak’s
Mediterranean restaurant and cocktail bar on the King’s Road! Gets incredibly lively.

Jinjuu
Cute Korean restaurant which does amazing cocktails on Kingly Street!
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Kenza
Brilliant Lebanese / Middle Eastern restaurant serving delicious and flavoursome food. I didn’t get the best pictures but the restaurant itself is beautifully decorated. Party place at the weekends with a DJ and belly dancers. Definitely recommend for something a little different.

Kiln
A little restaurant in Soho serving ‘Thai-inspired dishes using wood-burning ovens and grills’. It’s walk in only (we had to wait a long time for our table) so best to go early, leave your number, plan drinks somewhere else & then come back to tuck into some tasty food.

Kouzu
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I went to a sushi and cocktail making class at swanky London restaurant, Kouzu. I bought the class on Virgin Experience Days. It’s fantastic value: £105 for 2 people.
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Included in the price: cocktail and sushi making class, 3 delicious cocktails, a small sushi selection to start & a full plate of your own handmade sushi!
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Kricket
Absolutely LOVE this amazing restaurant in Soho! Serving Indian / Asian small plates. Loads of veggie / vegan options!!!
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There’s usually a wait, so arrive early, put your name on a waiting list and come back later! Service also fantastic. Definitely recommend. SO YUM!
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La Tagliata
Enjoyed a fantastic dinner at La Tagliata with my friend before COVID lockdown. WhatsApp Image 2020-03-31 at 20.18.02It’s a lovely, independent restaurant in the city, near to Liverpool Street station, serving tasty Italian dishes. The service was fantastic and the atmosphere was spot on.WhatsApp Image 2020-03-31 at 20.18.02If you’re a pasta fan, definitely pay La Tagliata a visit!

Leggero
Lovely gluten free, veggie / vegan friendly restaurant near to Chinatown.WhatsApp Image 2020-01-11 at 10.35.50Super relaxed vibe. It was quite quiet when we arrived but it filled up quickly. Delicious food, although slightly more expensive than your average pasta restaurant but I can imagine absolutely worth it for those who struggle with gluten!

Le Pain
A chain of bakeries which serve a fantastic brunch.

L’ETO Cafe
Super cute cafe in Soho, London. I’ve been visiting this place for years, but recently they’ve upped their game.
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For a while I’ve seen queues outside L’ETO as I’ve walked past, but only recently went back in. They have made it incredibly instagrammable! Flowers above the cakes, boards to write your own messages on, different teas in different colours in interesting pots and glasses! The cakes are AMAZING! So much choice and they’re all so beautiful.
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Lights of Soho *NOW CLOSED*
A bar / members club in Soho! Instagrammers dream.
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M Threadneedle Street
Lively steak restaurant near to Bank station. When we were there they were doing bottomless prosecco for 2 hours, which we took full advantage of.
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Ma La Sichuan
Chinese food near to Westminster station. The food was quite good but not the best Chinese I’ve ever eaten and the staff weren’t great! Reasonably priced.

Madison
Bar, lounge and restaurant with amazing views of St Paul’s! It’s a very popular after work hangout, so be prepared to queue to go in during the summer. It’s lively and has an amazing atmosphere.
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Mahiki
Fun club in Mayfair, famous for its ‘treasure chests’.
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Mildreds
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Fantastic veggie / vegan restaurant in Soho. I LOVE the Sri Lankan curry! Lovely atmosphere and amazing food. Perfect place to go for dinner if you don’t eat meat. Definitely recommend.2019-05-14-09.50.35-1.jpg

Masala Zone
The name and outside of Masala Zone reminds me of ‘Laser Zone’ (where I used to love playing laser tag!!) It’s actually really nice inside and serves flavourful Indian cuisine! They have a few restaurants but I’ve been to the one in Soho!
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Mele e Pere
Cute Italian restaurant in Soho! Ask to sit downstairs for best atmosphere.

Mercato Metropolitano
Fun food hall in South London (Borough High Street!) Lots of people drinking / hanging out after work and plenty of different foods to choose from.

Migrateful
An amazing concept where refugees and migrants struggling to find employment due to legal and linguistic barriers, teach their traditional cuisines. The two ladies on the night I went (Majeda & Muna) both had jobs in Syria but had to leave when the situation got too dangerous, and they are now struggling to find employment in the UK.
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Book in for a cookery class to learn some international recipes, support migrants / refugees trying to rebuild their lives, and eat some incredible food!

MNKY HSE
A swanky Latin American bar / restaurant in Mayfair which turns into a club at about 11pm. The upstairs bar is really cool with interesting furniture and artwork on the walls. The cocktails are delicious although super expensive (we’re talking £16 – £20 per drink!!) WhatsApp Image 2020-01-28 at 21.03.06The food was absolutely fantastic – everything was so tasty! The staff were great – just the right amount of attentive – and the restaurant had a great atmosphere. We went back to the upstairs bar after dinner and enjoyed a few more drinks there. I think the crowd are a little pretentious but it is Mayfair!

Minnow
This restaurant in Clapham served the best veggie roast I have ever had in a restaurant. SO delicious, and (although I’m not a meat eater) the other roasts looked unbelievable too.WhatsApp Image 2020-03-31 at 20.19.13It’s a tiny restaurant, so make sure you book – preferably a table at the back by the flowers and mirrors to make sure other guests aren’t squeezing past your table. They also allow you to bring your own booze which was great and definitely kept costs down. 100% recommend.

Museum of Happiness *NOW CLOSED*
This was a very Instagrammed venue about a year or so ago – so of course, I went to see what all the fuss was about. It’s a bit disappointing as the ‘museum‘ just off Brick Lane consists of 1 room containing a ball pit. However, being in a ball pit as an adult is strangely satisfying and I was somewhat happier after. Another ball pit in East London is Ballie Ballerson – I’ve not been but it looks like a more impressive venue for adult playtime.
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Netil 360
Really cool rooftop bar with amazing views of London. It’s a 15 min walk from Bethnal Green station! Cheap(ish) drinks + pizza + a view! Ideal! NT’s Bar next door is also fun.
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Oblix (at the Shard)
Fine dining on the 32nd floor of the Shard. As to be expected, it was expensive, but worth it for the quality and view.
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Oka
Very cute sushi restaurant in Kingly Court, just off Carnaby Street. It’s a small space so definitely book in advance, especially if you’re dining at the weekend. There’s not a massive menu, but everything we ordered was fantastic, especially the truffle salmon rolls – wow!WhatsApp Image 2020-08-22 at 23.58.16

One Aldwych
We went for afternoon tea at One Aldwych! The afternoon tea itself was creative and scrumptious, but the interior of the restaurant wasn’t great considering it’s advertised as ‘Charlie and the Chocolate Factory‘ themed.
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Pastaio
I am a massive pasta lover so was excited when a new pasta place opened up on Carnaby Street as it’s quite near to where I work. Food was nice but was a bit disappointed as it wasn’t incredible, there wasn’t much choice and it was quite expensive.
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Patara
Fine dining Thai restaurant chain with restaurants dotted all over London. I go for the mango & sticky rice (although it is £10.95!!!!)
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Peckham Levels
In an old multi-story carpark, Peckham Levels is now home to street food and bars. Quite a trendy, chilled place to go for drinks in Peckham! In the summer the rooftop of the carpark (Frank’s Cafe) is popular for casual drinks and phenomenal views.

Pham Sushi
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This is my favourite place for sushi – in my opinion, far better than any of the fancy, popular sushi restaurants. The interior of the restaurants are very basic and sterile, but the food is UNREAL!!!! Make sure you order about 10 portions of the ‘crunchy tuna rolls’ – you won’t regret it. Truffle salmon rolls and the rock shrimp tempura are great too. Restaurants near Liverpool St / Moorgate / Farringdon!
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Pho & Bun
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Vietnamese street food in the heart of the West End. It was £24 for 4 courses and a beer which didn’t seem too bad. The food was very good but the portions were quite small. Nice for a quick dinner but nothing super special.
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Piano Works
Quite tacky but fun to start a night out! A bar / restaurant in Farringdon where ‘pianists perform audience-requested playlist live’.

Pizza East
Lively pizzeria in Shoreditch! Pizza is really good and the restaurant has a superb atmosphere.
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Pizza Pilgrims
Nice for a quick, cheap pizza for lunch. Casual atmosphere, nice food and very fairly priced. Make sure you get the macaroni balls.

Proud Embankment 
Really fun cabaret usually with a celebrity host (we had Bill Bailey). The acts were impressive and varied and the place itself had a fun, lively atmosphere. The food was pretty decent considering the focus wasn’t on the food. Sticky floors and low quality glasses but it was fun 🙂

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Hush Brasserie
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Ice Bar
A bar literally made of ice just off Regent St! A cool (literally) experience.
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Imad’s Syrian Kitchen
A ‘true taste of Syria’ in a little pop-up on Broadwick Street (Carnaby) – now moved to Kingly Court. It is run by Syrian refugee Imad Alarnab & charity Help Refugees.I’ve just read online that all profits go to support Young Roots and Brixton Soup Kitchen which is very cool. Over Christmas the previous pop-up raised £25k for Molham Group (who distribute food packs to Syrian refugees).
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Not only an incredibly tasty and cheap lunch, but also doing fantastic work. Definitely worth supporting!

Inamo
Unlimited food and wine for 2 hours for £30 – you’re onto a winner. A few restaurants dotted around (Covent Garden, Soho, Camden)! Food is decent but make sure you book a deal because it would be quite expensive if you paid individually for dishes.
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Inko Nito
Amazing Japanese restaurant in Soho with a cooking station you can sit by in the middle of the restaurant. Food is delicious but not cheap.
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Boujee Italian restaurant in Mayfair with a club upstairs. Food was tasty but I think perhaps a little overpriced (portions were reaaaally small). We got invited into the club upstairs which was apparently very exclusive and fun, but wasn’t our vibe at all. I liked that we weren’t rushed off our table (think we spent 4 hours at the table before going upstairs) and the waiters were lovely. Probably wouldn’t go back, but did enjoy myself.

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Casa do Frango
You have to go!! I was so impressed by this restaurant! Algarvian cuisine in London Bridge! Great location, buzzy atmosphere, great decor and unreal food.

Ceru
Lovely restaurant in the middle of Soho serving Eastern Mediterranean food. Tapas plates, great for sharing tasty bites with friends. 
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Chambers
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This is a local of mine in Victoria Park Village! A Mediterranean (quite Greek heavy) family restaurant – and it’s run by the family so the service is great. You can sit outside during the summer / the inside is lovely too. The food is delicious and the portions are MASSIVE! You better be hungry…
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Chambers of Flavour
A multi-dimensional dining project – ‘a riotous fusion of absurdist adventure, interactive theatre, multimedia art installation and avant-garde culinary experimentation’. It’s something different and really fun but you have to book in advance. Location is texted to you on the day of the event.
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Chicken Shop
Great for a quick, decently priced lunch / dinner. Love the avocado salad and sweet potato chips. I’ve been to the Holborn & Whitechapel restaurants – both have a cool interior and a good atmosphere.
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Chiltern Firehouse
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Known as a celeb hang out, (Jude Law was sitting at the bar almost next to our table), Chiltern Firehouse is a famous luxury hotel and restaurant in Marylebone! In all honesty, I wasn’t wowed by the food for the price, but the ambiance was unsurprisingly fantastic.
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Choccywoccydoodah *NOW CLOSED*
Does what it says on the tin. Best place in the world!
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Cigalon
Really cute restaurant in a former auction house near Chancery Lane, serving French dishes. Delicious and really loved the interior.
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Cinnamon Soho
Indian restaurant on Kingly Street which is really good but does not compare to Dishoom (see further down) which is on the same street.

Clos Maggiore
French restaurant by Covent Garden, voted the most romantic restaurant in the world! My boyfriend took me here on one of our first dates… it looks pretty empty but we had overstayed our welcome & everyone else from the lunch sitting had left. Apparently a table in the conservatory is like gold dust, so book in advance and make sure you request one as it really is stunning (and romantic). Food is delicious and they have an extensive wine list.
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Cookhouse Joe
Love, love, love this restaurant just off Oxford Street. Great for delicious, casual and cheap food. The lunchtime menu is very reasonably priced.

Cote Brasserie
Cote is a chain with restaurants all over the place – not just in London. I have always avoided it knowing it was a chain but I went before a show a few weeks ago and was pleasantly surprised. Loads of fantastic choice, fairly priced and super tasty. Would definitely return!
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Coq D’Argent
An elegant restaurant right by Bank station. It is expensive and when you dine you don’t actually see the great view (below).
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Crazy Golf
There are a couple of fun crazy golf places with different themes and bar vibes:
Swingers (City / WestEnd) – nine hole courses with street food and great drinks.
Junkyard Golf (Brick Lane – East London) – a little less classy (the course is made up of ‘pre-loved and reclaimed random shizzle) but lots of fun.
Crazy GolfPuttshack – A couple of venues in London offering mini golf courses as well as food and drink. New tech means you don’t have to note down any scores, the ball and software does it for you! Particularly handy if you’ve had a few drinks.WhatsApp Image 2020-02-17 at 10.58.44It has a great vibe, good cocktails and the food is nice too. If there’s only 2 of you, you might want to book a couple of rounds as you do whiz around the courses quite quickly.WhatsApp Image 2020-02-17 at 10.58.44

Creme
A cookie shop which has recently popped up near to where I work. I noticed long queues outside every night whilst going home from work and was curious so went myself. cremeThe cookies are delicious but cost a hefty £4 each! They also serve coffee and soft-serve ice cream. There’s nowhere inside to sit so you have to takeaway.

Crosstown Doughnuts 
Amazing homemade sourdough doughnuts! Shops are all over the place (they have a vegan shop in Marylebone) but the one I go to is in Soho!
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Dean St Townhouse
Nice restaurant in Soho serving afternoon tea. Good but not amazing.

Dinerama
Is a street food / cool bar set up in Shoreditch! If you want a fun, casual evening with good food, nice drinks and a buzzy atmosphere then look no further. It is mainly outside though, so if it’s cold, make sure you wrap up warm.
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Din Tai Fung
I was SO excited for this restaurant to open in Covent Garden as I loved the one in Hong Kong. However, most of the dishes include pork which I no longer eat & so it was less enjoyable. Luckily the prawn dim sum was great but that’s about all I fancied. It also seemed more expensive than it was in HK for what we got…
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Dirty Bones
Many restaurants dotted around London. It’s always busy and has a good buzz whilst remaining relaxed. Definitely recommend.
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Dishoom
My absolute favourite – believe the hype and wait in the queue! I absolutely LOVE Dishoom (‘Irani cafes that were once part of the fabric of life in Bombay’) and there’s one right by my office so I’m able to get a cheeky takeaway every now and then. All the food is good! They will suggest you share a few dishes between 2 – I was a chicken ruby addict so would always go for that but the lentil curry is fantastic too. It will not disappoint. They have restaurants in: Carnaby, Shoreditch, King’s Cross, Covent Garden & Kensington!
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Duck & Waffle
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Restaurant by Liverpool Street station with incredible views. Quite reasonably priced considering the location. Book in advance if you want to eat at a reasonable time, but it’s open 24 hours so if you’re awake enough to appreciate some nice food after a night out, you may be able to walk in.
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Exmouth Market Grind
Great coffee / cocktail bar and restaurant in Clerkenwell! Had a very tasty lunch / brunch here. Don’t drink coffee but heard it’s great.

Fire and Stone
Great Italian restaurant near to Covent Garden with loads of interesting pizza toppings inspired by different world cuisines. Always lively with a good ambience and quite cheap for the area. Good pre-theatre stop-off.

Firefly
Cute Thai restaurant in Balham. Great for a casual bite in a relaxed environment. Food is good but I’d just got back from Thailand when I went so was probably underwhelmed.
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Fiume
Mediterranean restaurant in Battersea Power Station which has a nice outdoor seating area. Food is decent (we had a set menu) and not overpriced.

Flat Iron
They’re dotted all over the place, (Soho, Covent Garden, King’s Cross), and are ALWAYS busy. They don’t take reservations so if you don’t turn up early, you’ll have to wait in line! The steak is SO yummy and only £12. Don’t forget to order the creamed spinach!

Forza Win
Forza Win is a trendy Italian restaurant in Peckham (South-East London). The restaurant has an open kitchen and tables are communal. The food was delicious… definitely recommend the pasta – homemade and fresh!
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Franco Manca
Casual, very fairly priced pizza chain! Amazing (and massive) tiramisu if you have room for pudding.

Gail’s
Absolutely delicious bakery – many dotted around London.

Galvin at Windows
Fine-dining French restaurant on the 28th floor of the Hilton, Park Lane. Food was outstanding but tiny portions considering how pricey it is. Great service and views, but probably not one to go to if you’re on a budget. A special occasion restaurant 🙂

Galvin La Chapelle
A French Michelin star restaurant near to Liverpool Street station. The food is beautifully presented and the service is exceptional, but it is very expensive (as to be expected). If you have cash to splash, then go! If you don’t, there are plenty other fantastic, more fairly priced places to eat.

Gillray’s Steakhouse
Great views over the River Thames of the London Eye and Houses of Parliament! We’ve eaten a couple of times here on a bookatable.com deal which made it fantastic value for money.

Gloria Trattoria
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Italian (Capri-inspired) restaurant in trendy Shoreditch. The restaurant is part of the Big Mamma Group and has sister restaurants which are very popular in Paris.
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There are plenty of small plates, pastas (with larger plates to share) and pizzas to feast on.
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Gold
One of the best restaurants I’ve eaten at in a while. Decor is beautiful (we sat in the outdoor area), service is spot on, and the food is UNREAL. It was all delicious but you MUST get the chicken and mushrooms on toast!! Can’t wait to go back.

Grounded Coffee Company
A hidden gem between Whitechapel and Aldgate East stations. The breakfast we had was absolutely delicious and everything on the menu looked good. Close(ish) to Brick Lane if you’re having a morning stroll through the markets.
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Guanabara
We had such a good night here! This bar near to Covent Garden has a carnival atmosphere with dancers and musicians performing into the night. We had a decent dinner here too which meant we had a table right in the centre of the action. It turns into a club after last food orders.
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Harvey Nics
We went to a fantastic cocktail making course at Harvey Nichols! It was £80 per person including breakfast, lunch and cocktails – really good value for money… I was very drunk! Knightsbridge is the nearest tube stop.
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Hawksmoor

Famous steak restaurants dotted about London (Spitalfields, Seven Dials, Knightsbridge, Borough!) The sides (spinach, mac n cheese) are incredibly tasty too. My fave restaurant is the Spitalfields one as it has a cosy, relaxed feel.
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Heddon Street Kitchen
I absolutely love this restaurant! Another Gordon Ramsey in Soho offering European / British cuisine. They have a pre-theatre menu which is great value for money.. The macaroni cheese and truffled mash potato is outstanding.
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Atmosphere and service was great too.

Homeslice
Like pizza? Want a quick, cheap and yummy lunch / dinner? Try Homeslice! They do massive sharing pizzas (with 2 toppings) for £20 OR you can buy pizza by the slice for £4 per slice! Sooooo delicious!!! (Recommend the ricotta, mushroom & pine nut topping)
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Hoppers
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A ‘family-style Sri Lankan restaurant!’ It’s very chilled (shared tables) and the food is incredibly tasty. Nearest tube stations are Tottenham Court Road / Leicester Square!
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House of Ho
The House of Ho is a fantastic modern Vietnamese restaurant in Fitzrovia just off Charlotte Street. The restaurant is in a cute little townhouse and has a nice outside area for al fresco dining in warmer months. The food was nice (although if you want popcorn shrimp / sushi, go to Pham Sushi instead… much better and cheaper).
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The green veggie curry was SO tasty and had a nice kick to it. Lovely atmosphere, good service but quite pricey. Would recommend if you want to splash out.

Hummingbird Bakery
Amazing cakes both in looks and taste – my favourite is the Nutella cupcake. Shop is in Soho!
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Hutong (at the Shard)
A Northern Chinese restaurant in the Shard with amazing views of London. They do fantastic lunch deals, but otherwise it’s quite expensive. The food is soooo delicious – we had a few dishes shared between 3. Nearest tube is London Bridge!
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Bianco 43
Authentic Italian restaurant – one in Greenwich & one in Blackheath. I had the most unreal truffle pizza! Very reasonably priced.
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Bill’s
A pretty standard yet reliable chain with many restaurants dotted around London.

Big Easy
A ‘BBQ Crabshack‘ with live music! 3 locations – Covent Garden, Kings Road, Canary Wharf! Novelty bibs are essential to protect you from the mess. Food was good & fairly priced.
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Black Roe
Upmarket ‘Poke Bar & Grill‘ in Mayfair! Very smart restaurant with a cosy ambiance. The food is full of flavour but very expensive (around £15 for a starter and £25+ for mains).

Blacklock
The best roast in London (if you’re not a veggie)! Make sure you book a table in advance if you’re planning on dining on Sunday. If there’s a big group of you, they’ll put all the food out on an impressive platter for you to help yourselves. I’ve only been to the Soho restaurant but there’s now one in the City too. During the week it’s famous for its ‘chops’!

Blanchette
Cute French restaurant in Soho – nice atmosphere and there’s a very reasonably priced lunch set menu.

Bob Bob Cite
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Cool French restaurant in the Cheesegrater (Leadenhall Building) in London. Great service, quirky decor (red and blue room) and a ‘Press for Champagne’ button! Prefer the Soho version (see below).
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Bob Bob Ricard
Press for champagne!! Love this lively restaurant in Soho! The decor is elegant, made up of swanky booths (all with their own ‘Press for champagne’ buttons) and the staff are exceptional. Yum!! 
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Bone Daddies
A ramen bar in Soho serving a variety of Asian dishes in a causal, rock-n-roll setting.

Bonnie Gull Seafood Shack
Bonnie Gull Seafood Shack is a cute little restaurant in Soho (with a bigger version in Fitzrovia). Much of the seating is at the bar which is great as you can see the food being cooked in front of you.kr6NUbr0You can order lots of small plates to share (which is what we did), or there is the option of ordering a large plate per person. It is quite expensive for small dishes so don’t go if you’re on a budget.
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Boxpark
A shipping container in Shoreditch turned into a home for pop-up shops and food stalls. Great for summer drinks!

Bokan
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Incredible views of the city from this restaurant and rooftop cocktail bar in Canary Wharf! We enjoyed bottomless prosecco and a 3 course meal with the best view in the house. Food was great too.
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Brasserie Zedel
This Soho restaurant is quite interesting. It’s located in a massive building with numerous restaurants / cafes / performance spaces (often live jazz bands and other musicians).whatsapp-image-2019-12-23-at-22.35.58-1.jpegCool and bustling French / European restaurant with plenty of choice at a reasonable price. WhatsApp Image 2019-12-23 at 22.35.58

Bread Street Kitchen
Gordan Ramsey restaurant near to Bank station. Good atmosphere with a fun photo booth. Food is tasty and portions are decent 🙂
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Breakfast Club
The original breakfast club is very close to where I work and I see massive queues every morning on my way to the office. I went one day to see what the fuss was about… honestly wasn’t wowed, but there are lots of options and portions are big 🙂

Brick and Liquor
Great brunch spot in Clapham (there’s also one in Tooting). Food is delicious and very reasonable. The area is gorgeous too – if you fancy a walk, Wandsworth Common is not too far away.
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Buon Appetito
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Great Italian in Victoria Park village! Fresh pasta, good quality and big portions. 
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The sign outside the front now says ‘Il Parco‘ but I think it’s run by the same people and is still called Buon Appetito when you search for it on GoogleMaps.
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Busaba
Really nice restaurant chain serving quality Thai food.
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BYOC
Really fun to start a night out. You pay a cover cost per head, bring your own spirits and your designated cocktail maker extraordinaire will whip up some tasty cocktails using your spirits and a selection of mixers and ingredients (provided by BYOC). Numerous locations – including The City, Soho & Camden!
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Cafe Monico
Another swanky (yet pricey) restaurant on Shaftesbury Avenue – good if you want a nice pre / post theatre dinner. Wasn’t amazed by the food but the decor was pretty!
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Cafe Tamra
Gorgeous spot for food on the Northcote Road in Clapham! I particularly enjoy the brunch. Reasonably priced too.

Cahoots
A 1940’s bar in Soho, Cahoots if famous for it’s newspaper menu and extensive list of fun cocktails. Great atmosphere with staff in character as and dressed in 40’s attire. Cocktails are £10-£12 each! Kingly Court is right outside which is always lovely to eat / drink in too.
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Caravan
There are Caravan restaurants all over the place. I’ve been to the one in King’s Cross and to another one near to Oxford Circus. Not outstanding but reliable.

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Avenue
Avenue is near to Green Park / Piccadilly Circus stations. Cute place to  eat and brunch was really nice – bottomless prosecco for £18 and 2 courses of tasty food for £25. The interior of the restaurant is gorgeous with big windows letting lots of light in.
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Bad Egg
Fun restaurant in the City of London which offers boozy / non-boozy brunches! Food was decent and plentiful for the price… as was the drink! Nothing super fancy but very good to go for a cheap(ish) boozy brunch – about £30 per person.WhatsApp Image 2020-02-23 at 14.55.17

Bala Baya
Bala Baya is a restaurant inspired by Tel Aviv near to Borough station. They offer lots of non-meat options – nice atmosphere, cool area.
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Barbecoa
This is a swanky Jamie Oliver restaurant with great views of St Paul’s cathedral. It serves pretty standard food but tastes better than the standard. It’s a little pricier than other Jamie Olivier restaurants but worth it for the view.

Bar Remo
An authentic Italian restaurant serving rustic food and pizza just off Regent Street and run by the Vignali family for 90 years! If you’re in central London shopping / seeing the sights, Bar Remo is a great escape from the chaos and definitely isn’t a tourist trap like other restaurants in the area.
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B Bakery
Enjoy afternoon tea in this bakery near Covent Garden. The bakery itself wasn’t the prettiest, but the afternoon tea was lovely and reasonably priced. 
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Bedales
Bedales is a lovely wine bar near to Spitalfields Market! We went wine tasting – in all honesty, I didn’t learn too much but the wine tasted good and there was plenty of it.
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Berners Tavern
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A very Instagrammable restaurant, part of the London Edition which is a gorgeous and very cool hotel near to Tottenham Court Road station. Very upmarket and absolutely delicious British cuisine in a stunning setting.

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Restaurant Ours
Another Instagrammers dream! Restaurant with beautiful decor (huge trees, high ceilings, a flower wall – oh my goodddddd) serving delicious, upscale British cuisine in Knightsbridge!
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Roast
Does what it says on the tin… an amazing roast! Gorgeous restaurant in London Bridge (basically in Borough market!) The food was very enjoyable and not ridiculously priced.
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Roka
Lovely Japanese / Asian restaurant – there are a few! 
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Enjoyed the most unbelievable tasting menu at Roka recently. We ate at the bar which I really enjoyed as you can see the chefs preparing. The tasting menu isn’t cheap (I think premium was £90pp?) but you get SO much food and it was all delicious. Can’t wait to go back.

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Jak’s
Mediterranean restaurant and cocktail bar on the King’s Road! Gets incredibly lively.

Jinjuu
Cute Korean restaurant which does amazing cocktails on Kingly Street!
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Kenza
Brilliant Lebanese / Middle Eastern restaurant serving delicious and flavoursome food. I didn’t get the best pictures but the restaurant itself is beautifully decorated. Party place at the weekends with a DJ and belly dancers. Definitely recommend for something a little different.

Kiln
A little restaurant in Soho serving ‘Thai-inspired dishes using wood-burning ovens and grills’. It’s walk in only (we had to wait a long time for our table) so best to go early, leave your number, plan drinks somewhere else & then come back to tuck into some tasty food.

Kouzu
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I went to a sushi and cocktail making class at swanky London restaurant, Kouzu. I bought the class on Virgin Experience Days. It’s fantastic value: £105 for 2 people.
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Included in the price: cocktail and sushi making class, 3 delicious cocktails, a small sushi selection to start & a full plate of your own handmade sushi!
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Kricket
Absolutely LOVE this amazing restaurant in Soho! Serving Indian / Asian small plates. Loads of veggie / vegan options!!!
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There’s usually a wait, so arrive early, put your name on a waiting list and come back later! Service also fantastic. Definitely recommend. SO YUM!
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La Tagliata
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Leggero
Lovely gluten free, veggie / vegan friendly restaurant near to Chinatown.WhatsApp Image 2020-01-11 at 10.35.50Super relaxed vibe. It was quite quiet when we arrived but it filled up quickly. Delicious food, although slightly more expensive than your average pasta restaurant but I can imagine absolutely worth it for those who struggle with gluten!

Le Pain
A chain of bakeries which serve a fantastic brunch.

L’ETO Cafe
Super cute cafe in Soho, London. I’ve been visiting this place for years, but recently they’ve upped their game.
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For a while I’ve seen queues outside L’ETO as I’ve walked past, but only recently went back in. They have made it incredibly instagrammable! Flowers above the cakes, boards to write your own messages on, different teas in different colours in interesting pots and glasses! The cakes are AMAZING! So much choice and they’re all so beautiful.
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Lights of Soho *NOW CLOSED*
A bar / members club in Soho! Instagrammers dream.
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M Threadneedle Street
Lively steak restaurant near to Bank station. When we were there they were doing bottomless prosecco for 2 hours, which we took full advantage of.
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Ma La Sichuan
Chinese food near to Westminster station. The food was quite good but not the best Chinese I’ve ever eaten and the staff weren’t great! Reasonably priced.

Madison
Bar, lounge and restaurant with amazing views of St Paul’s! It’s a very popular after work hangout, so be prepared to queue to go in during the summer. It’s lively and has an amazing atmosphere.
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Mahiki
Fun club in Mayfair, famous for its ‘treasure chests’.
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Mildreds
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Fantastic veggie / vegan restaurant in Soho. I LOVE the Sri Lankan curry! Lovely atmosphere and amazing food. Perfect place to go for dinner if you don’t eat meat. Definitely recommend.2019-05-14-09.50.35-1.jpg

Masala Zone
The name and outside of Masala Zone reminds me of ‘Laser Zone’ (where I used to love playing laser tag!!) It’s actually really nice inside and serves flavourful Indian cuisine! They have a few restaurants but I’ve been to the one in Soho!
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Mele e Pere
Cute Italian restaurant in Soho! Ask to sit downstairs for best atmosphere.

Mercato Metropolitano
Fun food hall in South London (Borough High Street!) Lots of people drinking / hanging out after work and plenty of different foods to choose from.

Migrateful
An amazing concept where refugees and migrants struggling to find employment due to legal and linguistic barriers, teach their traditional cuisines. The two ladies on the night I went (Majeda & Muna) both had jobs in Syria but had to leave when the situation got too dangerous, and they are now struggling to find employment in the UK.
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Book in for a cookery class to learn some international recipes, support migrants / refugees trying to rebuild their lives, and eat some incredible food!

MNKY HSE
A swanky Latin American bar / restaurant in Mayfair which turns into a club at about 11pm. The upstairs bar is really cool with interesting furniture and artwork on the walls. The cocktails are delicious although super expensive (we’re talking £16 – £20 per drink!!) WhatsApp Image 2020-01-28 at 21.03.06The food was absolutely fantastic – everything was so tasty! The staff were great – just the right amount of attentive – and the restaurant had a great atmosphere. We went back to the upstairs bar after dinner and enjoyed a few more drinks there. I think the crowd are a little pretentious but it is Mayfair!

Minnow
This restaurant in Clapham served the best veggie roast I have ever had in a restaurant. SO delicious, and (although I’m not a meat eater) the other roasts looked unbelievable too.WhatsApp Image 2020-03-31 at 20.19.13It’s a tiny restaurant, so make sure you book – preferably a table at the back by the flowers and mirrors to make sure other guests aren’t squeezing past your table. They also allow you to bring your own booze which was great and definitely kept costs down. 100% recommend.

Museum of Happiness *NOW CLOSED*
This was a very Instagrammed venue about a year or so ago – so of course, I went to see what all the fuss was about. It’s a bit disappointing as the ‘museum‘ just off Brick Lane consists of 1 room containing a ball pit. However, being in a ball pit as an adult is strangely satisfying and I was somewhat happier after. Another ball pit in East London is Ballie Ballerson – I’ve not been but it looks like a more impressive venue for adult playtime.
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Really cool rooftop bar with amazing views of London. It’s a 15 min walk from Bethnal Green station! Cheap(ish) drinks + pizza + a view! Ideal! NT’s Bar next door is also fun.
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Oblix (at the Shard)
Fine dining on the 32nd floor of the Shard. As to be expected, it was expensive, but worth it for the quality and view.
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Oka
Very cute sushi restaurant in Kingly Court, just off Carnaby Street. It’s a small space so definitely book in advance, especially if you’re dining at the weekend. There’s not a massive menu, but everything we ordered was fantastic, especially the truffle salmon rolls – wow!WhatsApp Image 2020-08-22 at 23.58.16

One Aldwych
We went for afternoon tea at One Aldwych! The afternoon tea itself was creative and scrumptious, but the interior of the restaurant wasn’t great considering it’s advertised as ‘Charlie and the Chocolate Factory‘ themed.
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Pastaio
I am a massive pasta lover so was excited when a new pasta place opened up on Carnaby Street as it’s quite near to where I work. Food was nice but was a bit disappointed as it wasn’t incredible, there wasn’t much choice and it was quite expensive.
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Patara
Fine dining Thai restaurant chain with restaurants dotted all over London. I go for the mango & sticky rice (although it is £10.95!!!!)
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Peckham Levels
In an old multi-story carpark, Peckham Levels is now home to street food and bars. Quite a trendy, chilled place to go for drinks in Peckham! In the summer the rooftop of the carpark (Frank’s Cafe) is popular for casual drinks and phenomenal views.

Pham Sushi
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This is my favourite place for sushi – in my opinion, far better than any of the fancy, popular sushi restaurants. The interior of the restaurants are very basic and sterile, but the food is UNREAL!!!! Make sure you order about 10 portions of the ‘crunchy tuna rolls’ – you won’t regret it. Truffle salmon rolls and the rock shrimp tempura are great too. Restaurants near Liverpool St / Moorgate / Farringdon!
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Pho & Bun
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Vietnamese street food in the heart of the West End. It was £24 for 4 courses and a beer which didn’t seem too bad. The food was very good but the portions were quite small. Nice for a quick dinner but nothing super special.
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Piano Works
Quite tacky but fun to start a night out! A bar / restaurant in Farringdon where ‘pianists perform audience-requested playlist live’.

Pizza East
Lively pizzeria in Shoreditch! Pizza is really good and the restaurant has a superb atmosphere.
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Pizza Pilgrims
Nice for a quick, cheap pizza for lunch. Casual atmosphere, nice food and very fairly priced. Make sure you get the macaroni balls.

Proud Embankment 
Really fun cabaret usually with a celebrity host (we had Bill Bailey). The acts were impressive and varied and the place itself had a fun, lively atmosphere. The food was pretty decent considering the focus wasn’t on the food. Sticky floors and low quality glasses but it was fun 🙂

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Hush Brasserie
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Hyotan *NOW CLOSED*
Discovered this gem of a sushi restaurant recently. It’s located a 2 minute walk from Oxford Circus tube station and offers casual dining and delicious sushi as well as other Japanese dishes. They prepare the sushi fresh in front of you too!WhatsApp Image 2020-08-21 at 10.46.14

Ice Bar
A bar literally made of ice just off Regent St! A cool (literally) experience.
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Imad’s Syrian Kitchen
A ‘true taste of Syria’ in a little pop-up on Broadwick Street (Carnaby) – now moved to Kingly Court. It is run by Syrian refugee Imad Alarnab & charity Help Refugees.I’ve just read online that all profits go to support Young Roots and Brixton Soup Kitchen which is very cool. Over Christmas the previous pop-up raised £25k for Molham Group (who distribute food packs to Syrian refugees).
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Not only an incredibly tasty and cheap lunch, but also doing fantastic work. Definitely worth supporting!

Inamo
Unlimited food and wine for 2 hours for £30 – you’re onto a winner. A few restaurants dotted around (Covent Garden, Soho, Camden)! Food is decent but make sure you book a deal because it would be quite expensive if you paid individually for dishes.
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Inko Nito
Amazing Japanese restaurant in Soho with a cooking station you can sit by in the middle of the restaurant. Food is delicious but not cheap.
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IT
Boujee Italian restaurant in Mayfair with a club upstairs. Food was tasty but I think perhaps a little overpriced (portions were reaaaally small). We got invited into the club upstairs which was apparently very exclusive and fun, but wasn’t our vibe at all. I liked that we weren’t rushed off our table (think we spent 4 hours at the table before going upstairs) and the waiters were lovely. Probably wouldn’t go back, but did enjoy myself.

Casa do Frango
You have to go!! I was so impressed by this restaurant! Algarvian cuisine in London Bridge! Great location, buzzy atmosphere, great decor and unreal food.

Ceru
Lovely restaurant in the middle of Soho serving Eastern Mediterranean food. Tapas plates, great for sharing tasty bites with friends. 
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Chambers
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This is a local of mine in Victoria Park Village! A Mediterranean (quite Greek heavy) family restaurant – and it’s run by the family so the service is great. You can sit outside during the summer / the inside is lovely too. The food is delicious and the portions are MASSIVE! You better be hungry…
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Chambers of Flavour
A multi-dimensional dining project – ‘a riotous fusion of absurdist adventure, interactive theatre, multimedia art installation and avant-garde culinary experimentation’. It’s something different and really fun but you have to book in advance. Location is texted to you on the day of the event.
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Chicken Shop
Great for a quick, decently priced lunch / dinner. Love the avocado salad and sweet potato chips. I’ve been to the Holborn & Whitechapel restaurants – both have a cool interior and a good atmosphere.
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Chiltern Firehouse
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Known as a celeb hang out, (Jude Law was sitting at the bar almost next to our table), Chiltern Firehouse is a famous luxury hotel and restaurant in Marylebone! In all honesty, I wasn’t wowed by the food for the price, but the ambiance was unsurprisingly fantastic.
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Choccywoccydoodah *NOW CLOSED*
Does what it says on the tin. Best place in the world!
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Cigalon
Really cute restaurant in a former auction house near Chancery Lane, serving French dishes. Delicious and really loved the interior.
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Cinnamon Soho
Indian restaurant on Kingly Street which is really good but does not compare to Dishoom (see further down) which is on the same street.

Clos Maggiore
French restaurant by Covent Garden, voted the most romantic restaurant in the world! My boyfriend took me here on one of our first dates… it looks pretty empty but we had overstayed our welcome & everyone else from the lunch sitting had left. Apparently a table in the conservatory is like gold dust, so book in advance and make sure you request one as it really is stunning (and romantic). Food is delicious and they have an extensive wine list.
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Cookhouse Joe
Love, love, love this restaurant just off Oxford Street. Great for delicious, casual and cheap food. The lunchtime menu is very reasonably priced.

Cote Brasserie
Cote is a chain with restaurants all over the place – not just in London. I have always avoided it knowing it was a chain but I went before a show a few weeks ago and was pleasantly surprised. Loads of fantastic choice, fairly priced and super tasty. Would definitely return!
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Coq D’Argent
An elegant restaurant right by Bank station. It is expensive and when you dine you don’t actually see the great view (below).
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Crazy Golf
There are a couple of fun crazy golf places with different themes and bar vibes:
Swingers (City / WestEnd) – nine hole courses with street food and great drinks.
Junkyard Golf (Brick Lane – East London) – a little less classy (the course is made up of ‘pre-loved and reclaimed random shizzle) but lots of fun.
Crazy GolfPuttshack – A couple of venues in London offering mini golf courses as well as food and drink. New tech means you don’t have to note down any scores, the ball and software does it for you! Particularly handy if you’ve had a few drinks.WhatsApp Image 2020-02-17 at 10.58.44It has a great vibe, good cocktails and the food is nice too. If there’s only 2 of you, you might want to book a couple of rounds as you do whiz around the courses quite quickly.WhatsApp Image 2020-02-17 at 10.58.44

Creme
A cookie shop which has recently popped up near to where I work. I noticed long queues outside every night whilst going home from work and was curious so went myself. cremeThe cookies are delicious but cost a hefty £4 each! They also serve coffee and soft-serve ice cream. There’s nowhere inside to sit so you have to takeaway.

Crosstown Doughnuts 
Amazing homemade sourdough doughnuts! Shops are all over the place (they have a vegan shop in Marylebone) but the one I go to is in Soho!
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Dean St Townhouse
Nice restaurant in Soho serving afternoon tea. Good but not amazing.

Dinerama
Is a street food / cool bar set up in Shoreditch! If you want a fun, casual evening with good food, nice drinks and a buzzy atmosphere then look no further. It is mainly outside though, so if it’s cold, make sure you wrap up warm.
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Din Tai Fung
I was SO excited for this restaurant to open in Covent Garden as I loved the one in Hong Kong. However, most of the dishes include pork which I no longer eat & so it was less enjoyable. Luckily the prawn dim sum was great but that’s about all I fancied. It also seemed more expensive than it was in HK for what we got…
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Dirty Bones
Many restaurants dotted around London. It’s always busy and has a good buzz whilst remaining relaxed. Definitely recommend.
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Dishoom
My absolute favourite – believe the hype and wait in the queue! I absolutely LOVE Dishoom (‘Irani cafes that were once part of the fabric of life in Bombay’) and there’s one right by my office so I’m able to get a cheeky takeaway every now and then. All the food is good! They will suggest you share a few dishes between 2 – I was a chicken ruby addict so would always go for that but the lentil curry is fantastic too. It will not disappoint. They have restaurants in: Carnaby, Shoreditch, King’s Cross, Covent Garden & Kensington!
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Duck & Waffle
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Restaurant by Liverpool Street station with incredible views. Quite reasonably priced considering the location. Book in advance if you want to eat at a reasonable time, but it’s open 24 hours so if you’re awake enough to appreciate some nice food after a night out, you may be able to walk in.
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Exmouth Market Grind
Great coffee / cocktail bar and restaurant in Clerkenwell! Had a very tasty lunch / brunch here. Don’t drink coffee but heard it’s great.

Fire and Stone
Great Italian restaurant near to Covent Garden with loads of interesting pizza toppings inspired by different world cuisines. Always lively with a good ambience and quite cheap for the area. Good pre-theatre stop-off.

Firefly
Cute Thai restaurant in Balham. Great for a casual bite in a relaxed environment. Food is good but I’d just got back from Thailand when I went so was probably underwhelmed.
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Fiume
Mediterranean restaurant in Battersea Power Station which has a nice outdoor seating area. Food is decent (we had a set menu) and not overpriced.

Flat Iron
They’re dotted all over the place, (Soho, Covent Garden, King’s Cross), and are ALWAYS busy. They don’t take reservations so if you don’t turn up early, you’ll have to wait in line! The steak is SO yummy and only £12. Don’t forget to order the creamed spinach!

Forza Win
Forza Win is a trendy Italian restaurant in Peckham (South-East London). The restaurant has an open kitchen and tables are communal. The food was delicious… definitely recommend the pasta – homemade and fresh!
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Franco Manca
Casual, very fairly priced pizza chain! Amazing (and massive) tiramisu if you have room for pudding.

Gail’s
Absolutely delicious bakery – many dotted around London.

Galvin at Windows
Fine-dining French restaurant on the 28th floor of the Hilton, Park Lane. Food was outstanding but tiny portions considering how pricey it is. Great service and views, but probably not one to go to if you’re on a budget. A special occasion restaurant 🙂

Galvin La Chapelle
A French Michelin star restaurant near to Liverpool Street station. The food is beautifully presented and the service is exceptional, but it is very expensive (as to be expected). If you have cash to splash, then go! If you don’t, there are plenty other fantastic, more fairly priced places to eat.

Gillray’s Steakhouse
Great views over the River Thames of the London Eye and Houses of Parliament! We’ve eaten a couple of times here on a bookatable.com deal which made it fantastic value for money.

Gloria Trattoria
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Italian (Capri-inspired) restaurant in trendy Shoreditch. The restaurant is part of the Big Mamma Group and has sister restaurants which are very popular in Paris.
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There are plenty of small plates, pastas (with larger plates to share) and pizzas to feast on.
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Gold
One of the best restaurants I’ve eaten at in a while. Decor is beautiful (we sat in the outdoor area), service is spot on, and the food is UNREAL. It was all delicious but you MUST get the chicken and mushrooms on toast!! Can’t wait to go back.

Grounded Coffee Company
A hidden gem between Whitechapel and Aldgate East stations. The breakfast we had was absolutely delicious and everything on the menu looked good. Close(ish) to Brick Lane if you’re having a morning stroll through the markets.
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Guanabara
We had such a good night here! This bar near to Covent Garden has a carnival atmosphere with dancers and musicians performing into the night. We had a decent dinner here too which meant we had a table right in the centre of the action. It turns into a club after last food orders.
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Harvey Nics
We went to a fantastic cocktail making course at Harvey Nichols! It was £80 per person including breakfast, lunch and cocktails – really good value for money… I was very drunk! Knightsbridge is the nearest tube stop.
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Hawksmoor

Famous steak restaurants dotted about London (Spitalfields, Seven Dials, Knightsbridge, Borough!) The sides (spinach, mac n cheese) are incredibly tasty too. My fave restaurant is the Spitalfields one as it has a cosy, relaxed feel.
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Heddon Street Kitchen
I absolutely love this restaurant! Another Gordon Ramsey in Soho offering European / British cuisine. They have a pre-theatre menu which is great value for money.. The macaroni cheese and truffled mash potato is outstanding.
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Atmosphere and service was great too.

Homeslice
Like pizza? Want a quick, cheap and yummy lunch / dinner? Try Homeslice! They do massive sharing pizzas (with 2 toppings) for £20 OR you can buy pizza by the slice for £4 per slice! Sooooo delicious!!! (Recommend the ricotta, mushroom & pine nut topping)
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Hoppers
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A ‘family-style Sri Lankan restaurant!’ It’s very chilled (shared tables) and the food is incredibly tasty. Nearest tube stations are Tottenham Court Road / Leicester Square!
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House of Ho
The House of Ho is a fantastic modern Vietnamese restaurant in Fitzrovia just off Charlotte Street. The restaurant is in a cute little townhouse and has a nice outside area for al fresco dining in warmer months. The food was nice (although if you want popcorn shrimp / sushi, go to Pham Sushi instead… much better and cheaper).
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The green veggie curry was SO tasty and had a nice kick to it. Lovely atmosphere, good service but quite pricey. Would recommend if you want to splash out.

Hummingbird Bakery
Amazing cakes both in looks and taste – my favourite is the Nutella cupcake. Shop is in Soho!
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Hutong (at the Shard)
A Northern Chinese restaurant in the Shard with amazing views of London. They do fantastic lunch deals, but otherwise it’s quite expensive. The food is soooo delicious – we had a few dishes shared between 3. Nearest tube is London Bridge!
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Bianco 43
Authentic Italian restaurant – one in Greenwich & one in Blackheath. I had the most unreal truffle pizza! Very reasonably priced.
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Bill’s
A pretty standard yet reliable chain with many restaurants dotted around London.

Big Easy
A ‘BBQ Crabshack‘ with live music! 3 locations – Covent Garden, Kings Road, Canary Wharf! Novelty bibs are essential to protect you from the mess. Food was good & fairly priced.
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Black Roe
Upmarket ‘Poke Bar & Grill‘ in Mayfair! Very smart restaurant with a cosy ambiance. The food is full of flavour but very expensive (around £15 for a starter and £25+ for mains).

Blacklock
The best roast in London (if you’re not a veggie)! Make sure you book a table in advance if you’re planning on dining on Sunday. If there’s a big group of you, they’ll put all the food out on an impressive platter for you to help yourselves. I’ve only been to the Soho restaurant but there’s now one in the City too. During the week it’s famous for its ‘chops’!

Blanchette
Cute French restaurant in Soho – nice atmosphere and there’s a very reasonably priced lunch set menu.

Bob Bob Cite
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Cool French restaurant in the Cheesegrater (Leadenhall Building) in London. Great service, quirky decor (red and blue room) and a ‘Press for Champagne’ button! Prefer the Soho version (see below).
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Bob Bob Ricard
Press for champagne!! Love this lively restaurant in Soho! The decor is elegant, made up of swanky booths (all with their own ‘Press for champagne’ buttons) and the staff are exceptional. Yum!! 
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Bone Daddies
A ramen bar in Soho serving a variety of Asian dishes in a causal, rock-n-roll setting.

Bonnie Gull Seafood Shack
Bonnie Gull Seafood Shack is a cute little restaurant in Soho (with a bigger version in Fitzrovia). Much of the seating is at the bar which is great as you can see the food being cooked in front of you.kr6NUbr0You can order lots of small plates to share (which is what we did), or there is the option of ordering a large plate per person. It is quite expensive for small dishes so don’t go if you’re on a budget.
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Boxpark
A shipping container in Shoreditch turned into a home for pop-up shops and food stalls. Great for summer drinks!

Bokan
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Incredible views of the city from this restaurant and rooftop cocktail bar in Canary Wharf! We enjoyed bottomless prosecco and a 3 course meal with the best view in the house. Food was great too.
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Brasserie Zedel
This Soho restaurant is quite interesting. It’s located in a massive building with numerous restaurants / cafes / performance spaces (often live jazz bands and other musicians).whatsapp-image-2019-12-23-at-22.35.58-1.jpegCool and bustling French / European restaurant with plenty of choice at a reasonable price. WhatsApp Image 2019-12-23 at 22.35.58

Bread Street Kitchen
Gordan Ramsey restaurant near to Bank station. Good atmosphere with a fun photo booth. Food is tasty and portions are decent 🙂
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Breakfast Club
The original breakfast club is very close to where I work and I see massive queues every morning on my way to the office. I went one day to see what the fuss was about… honestly wasn’t wowed, but there are lots of options and portions are big 🙂

Brick and Liquor
Great brunch spot in Clapham (there’s also one in Tooting). Food is delicious and very reasonable. The area is gorgeous too – if you fancy a walk, Wandsworth Common is not too far away.
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Buon Appetito
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Great Italian in Victoria Park village! Fresh pasta, good quality and big portions. 
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The sign outside the front now says ‘Il Parco‘ but I think it’s run by the same people and is still called Buon Appetito when you search for it on GoogleMaps.
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Busaba
Really nice restaurant chain serving quality Thai food.
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BYOC
Really fun to start a night out. You pay a cover cost per head, bring your own spirits and your designated cocktail maker extraordinaire will whip up some tasty cocktails using your spirits and a selection of mixers and ingredients (provided by BYOC). Numerous locations – including The City, Soho & Camden!
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Cafe Monico
Another swanky (yet pricey) restaurant on Shaftesbury Avenue – good if you want a nice pre / post theatre dinner. Wasn’t amazed by the food but the decor was pretty!
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Cafe Tamra
Gorgeous spot for food on the Northcote Road in Clapham! I particularly enjoy the brunch. Reasonably priced too.

Cahoots
A 1940’s bar in Soho, Cahoots if famous for it’s newspaper menu and extensive list of fun cocktails. Great atmosphere with staff in character as and dressed in 40’s attire. Cocktails are £10-£12 each! Kingly Court is right outside which is always lovely to eat / drink in too.
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Caravan
There are Caravan restaurants all over the place. I’ve been to the one in King’s Cross and to another one near to Oxford Circus. Not outstanding but reliable.

Restaurant Ours
Another Instagrammers dream! Restaurant with beautiful decor (huge trees, high ceilings, a flower wall – oh my goodddddd) serving delicious, upscale British cuisine in Knightsbridge!
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Roast
Does what it says on the tin… an amazing roast! Gorgeous restaurant in London Bridge (basically in Borough market!) The food was very enjoyable and not ridiculously priced.
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Roka
Lovely Japanese / Asian restaurant – there are a few! 
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Enjoyed the most unbelievable tasting menu at Roka recently. We ate at the bar which I really enjoyed as you can see the chefs preparing. The tasting menu isn’t cheap (I think premium was £90pp?) but you get SO much food and it was all delicious. Can’t wait to go back.

 

Jak’s
Mediterranean restaurant and cocktail bar on the King’s Road! Gets incredibly lively.

Jinjuu
Cute Korean restaurant which does amazing cocktails on Kingly Street!
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Kenza
Brilliant Lebanese / Middle Eastern restaurant serving delicious and flavoursome food. I didn’t get the best pictures but the restaurant itself is beautifully decorated. Party place at the weekends with a DJ and belly dancers. Definitely recommend for something a little different.

Kiln
A little restaurant in Soho serving ‘Thai-inspired dishes using wood-burning ovens and grills’. It’s walk in only (we had to wait a long time for our table) so best to go early, leave your number, plan drinks somewhere else & then come back to tuck into some tasty food.

Kouzu
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I went to a sushi and cocktail making class at swanky London restaurant, Kouzu. I bought the class on Virgin Experience Days. It’s fantastic value: £105 for 2 people.
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Included in the price: cocktail and sushi making class, 3 delicious cocktails, a small sushi selection to start & a full plate of your own handmade sushi!
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Kricket
Absolutely LOVE this amazing restaurant in Soho! Serving Indian / Asian small plates. Loads of veggie / vegan options!!!
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There’s usually a wait, so arrive early, put your name on a waiting list and come back later! Service also fantastic. Definitely recommend. SO YUM!
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La Tagliata
Enjoyed a fantastic dinner at La Tagliata with my friend before COVID lockdown. WhatsApp Image 2020-03-31 at 20.18.02It’s a lovely, independent restaurant in the city, near to Liverpool Street station, serving tasty Italian dishes. The service was fantastic and the atmosphere was spot on.WhatsApp Image 2020-03-31 at 20.18.02If you’re a pasta fan, definitely pay La Tagliata a visit!

Leggero
Lovely gluten free, veggie / vegan friendly restaurant near to Chinatown.WhatsApp Image 2020-01-11 at 10.35.50Super relaxed vibe. It was quite quiet when we arrived but it filled up quickly. Delicious food, although slightly more expensive than your average pasta restaurant but I can imagine absolutely worth it for those who struggle with gluten!

Le Pain
A chain of bakeries which serve a fantastic brunch.

L’ETO Cafe
Super cute cafe in Soho, London. I’ve been visiting this place for years, but recently they’ve upped their game.
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For a while I’ve seen queues outside L’ETO as I’ve walked past, but only recently went back in. They have made it incredibly instagrammable! Flowers above the cakes, boards to write your own messages on, different teas in different colours in interesting pots and glasses! The cakes are AMAZING! So much choice and they’re all so beautiful.
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Lights of Soho *NOW CLOSED*
A bar / members club in Soho! Instagrammers dream.
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M Threadneedle Street
Lively steak restaurant near to Bank station. When we were there they were doing bottomless prosecco for 2 hours, which we took full advantage of.
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Ma La Sichuan
Chinese food near to Westminster station. The food was quite good but not the best Chinese I’ve ever eaten and the staff weren’t great! Reasonably priced.

Madison
Bar, lounge and restaurant with amazing views of St Paul’s! It’s a very popular after work hangout, so be prepared to queue to go in during the summer. It’s lively and has an amazing atmosphere.
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Mahiki
Fun club in Mayfair, famous for its ‘treasure chests’.
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Mildreds
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Fantastic veggie / vegan restaurant in Soho. I LOVE the Sri Lankan curry! Lovely atmosphere and amazing food. Perfect place to go for dinner if you don’t eat meat. Definitely recommend.2019-05-14-09.50.35-1.jpg

Masala Zone
The name and outside of Masala Zone reminds me of ‘Laser Zone’ (where I used to love playing laser tag!!) It’s actually really nice inside and serves flavourful Indian cuisine! They have a few restaurants but I’ve been to the one in Soho!
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Mele e Pere
Cute Italian restaurant in Soho! Ask to sit downstairs for best atmosphere.

Mercato Metropolitano
Fun food hall in South London (Borough High Street!) Lots of people drinking / hanging out after work and plenty of different foods to choose from.

Migrateful
An amazing concept where refugees and migrants struggling to find employment due to legal and linguistic barriers, teach their traditional cuisines. The two ladies on the night I went (Majeda & Muna) both had jobs in Syria but had to leave when the situation got too dangerous, and they are now struggling to find employment in the UK.
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Book in for a cookery class to learn some international recipes, support migrants / refugees trying to rebuild their lives, and eat some incredible food!

MNKY HSE
A swanky Latin American bar / restaurant in Mayfair which turns into a club at about 11pm. The upstairs bar is really cool with interesting furniture and artwork on the walls. The cocktails are delicious although super expensive (we’re talking £16 – £20 per drink!!) WhatsApp Image 2020-01-28 at 21.03.06The food was absolutely fantastic – everything was so tasty! The staff were great – just the right amount of attentive – and the restaurant had a great atmosphere. We went back to the upstairs bar after dinner and enjoyed a few more drinks there. I think the crowd are a little pretentious but it is Mayfair!

Minnow
This restaurant in Clapham served the best veggie roast I have ever had in a restaurant. SO delicious, and (although I’m not a meat eater) the other roasts looked unbelievable too.WhatsApp Image 2020-03-31 at 20.19.13It’s a tiny restaurant, so make sure you book – preferably a table at the back by the flowers and mirrors to make sure other guests aren’t squeezing past your table. They also allow you to bring your own booze which was great and definitely kept costs down. 100% recommend.

Museum of Happiness *NOW CLOSED*
This was a very Instagrammed venue about a year or so ago – so of course, I went to see what all the fuss was about. It’s a bit disappointing as the ‘museum‘ just off Brick Lane consists of 1 room containing a ball pit. However, being in a ball pit as an adult is strangely satisfying and I was somewhat happier after. Another ball pit in East London is Ballie Ballerson – I’ve not been but it looks like a more impressive venue for adult playtime.
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Really cool rooftop bar with amazing views of London. It’s a 15 min walk from Bethnal Green station! Cheap(ish) drinks + pizza + a view! Ideal! NT’s Bar next door is also fun.
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Oblix (at the Shard)
Fine dining on the 32nd floor of the Shard. As to be expected, it was expensive, but worth it for the quality and view.
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Oka
Very cute sushi restaurant in Kingly Court, just off Carnaby Street. It’s a small space so definitely book in advance, especially if you’re dining at the weekend. There’s not a massive menu, but everything we ordered was fantastic, especially the truffle salmon rolls – wow!WhatsApp Image 2020-08-22 at 23.58.16

One Aldwych
We went for afternoon tea at One Aldwych! The afternoon tea itself was creative and scrumptious, but the interior of the restaurant wasn’t great considering it’s advertised as ‘Charlie and the Chocolate Factory‘ themed.
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Pastaio
I am a massive pasta lover so was excited when a new pasta place opened up on Carnaby Street as it’s quite near to where I work. Food was nice but was a bit disappointed as it wasn’t incredible, there wasn’t much choice and it was quite expensive.
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Patara
Fine dining Thai restaurant chain with restaurants dotted all over London. I go for the mango & sticky rice (although it is £10.95!!!!)
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Peckham Levels
In an old multi-story carpark, Peckham Levels is now home to street food and bars. Quite a trendy, chilled place to go for drinks in Peckham! In the summer the rooftop of the carpark (Frank’s Cafe) is popular for casual drinks and phenomenal views.

Pham Sushi
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This is my favourite place for sushi – in my opinion, far better than any of the fancy, popular sushi restaurants. The interior of the restaurants are very basic and sterile, but the food is UNREAL!!!! Make sure you order about 10 portions of the ‘crunchy tuna rolls’ – you won’t regret it. Truffle salmon rolls and the rock shrimp tempura are great too. Restaurants near Liverpool St / Moorgate / Farringdon!
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Pho & Bun
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Vietnamese street food in the heart of the West End. It was £24 for 4 courses and a beer which didn’t seem too bad. The food was very good but the portions were quite small. Nice for a quick dinner but nothing super special.
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Piano Works
Quite tacky but fun to start a night out! A bar / restaurant in Farringdon where ‘pianists perform audience-requested playlist live’.

Pizza East
Lively pizzeria in Shoreditch! Pizza is really good and the restaurant has a superb atmosphere.
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Pizza Pilgrims
Nice for a quick, cheap pizza for lunch. Casual atmosphere, nice food and very fairly priced. Make sure you get the macaroni balls.

Proud Embankment 
Really fun cabaret usually with a celebrity host (we had Bill Bailey). The acts were impressive and varied and the place itself had a fun, lively atmosphere. The food was pretty decent considering the focus wasn’t on the food. Sticky floors and low quality glasses but it was fun 🙂

Hush Brasserie
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Hyotan *NOW CLOSED*
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Ice Bar
A bar literally made of ice just off Regent St! A cool (literally) experience.
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Imad’s Syrian Kitchen
A ‘true taste of Syria’ in a little pop-up on Broadwick Street (Carnaby) – now moved to Kingly Court. It is run by Syrian refugee Imad Alarnab & charity Help Refugees.I’ve just read online that all profits go to support Young Roots and Brixton Soup Kitchen which is very cool. Over Christmas the previous pop-up raised £25k for Molham Group (who distribute food packs to Syrian refugees).
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Not only an incredibly tasty and cheap lunch, but also doing fantastic work. Definitely worth supporting!

Inamo
Unlimited food and wine for 2 hours for £30 – you’re onto a winner. A few restaurants dotted around (Covent Garden, Soho, Camden)! Food is decent but make sure you book a deal because it would be quite expensive if you paid individually for dishes.
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Inko Nito
Amazing Japanese restaurant in Soho with a cooking station you can sit by in the middle of the restaurant. Food is delicious but not cheap.
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IT
Boujee Italian restaurant in Mayfair with a club upstairs. Food was tasty but I think perhaps a little overpriced (portions were reaaaally small). We got invited into the club upstairs which was apparently very exclusive and fun, but wasn’t our vibe at all. I liked that we weren’t rushed off our table (think we spent 4 hours at the table before going upstairs) and the waiters were lovely. Probably wouldn’t go back, but did enjoy myself.

Casa do Frango
You have to go!! I was so impressed by this restaurant! Algarvian cuisine in London Bridge! Great location, buzzy atmosphere, great decor and unreal food.

Ceru
Lovely restaurant in the middle of Soho serving Eastern Mediterranean food. Tapas plates, great for sharing tasty bites with friends. 

Chambers
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This is a local of mine in Victoria Park Village! A Mediterranean (quite Greek heavy) family restaurant – and it’s run by the family so the service is great. You can sit outside during the summer / the inside is lovely too. The food is delicious and the portions are MASSIVE! You better be hungry…
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Chambers of Flavour
A multi-dimensional dining project – ‘a riotous fusion of absurdist adventure, interactive theatre, multimedia art installation and avant-garde culinary experimentation’. It’s something different and really fun but you have to book in advance. Location is texted to you on the day of the event.
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Chicken Shop
Great for a quick, decently priced lunch / dinner. Love the avocado salad and sweet potato chips. I’ve been to the Holborn & Whitechapel restaurants – both have a cool interior and a good atmosphere.
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Chiltern Firehouse
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Known as a celeb hang out, (Jude Law was sitting at the bar almost next to our table), Chiltern Firehouse is a famous luxury hotel and restaurant in Marylebone! In all honesty, I wasn’t wowed by the food for the price, but the ambiance was unsurprisingly fantastic.
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Choccywoccydoodah *NOW CLOSED*
Does what it says on the tin. Best place in the world!
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Cigalon
Really cute restaurant in a former auction house near Chancery Lane, serving French dishes. Delicious and really loved the interior.
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Cinnamon Soho
Indian restaurant on Kingly Street which is really good but does not compare to Dishoom (see further down) which is on the same street.

Clos Maggiore
French restaurant by Covent Garden, voted the most romantic restaurant in the world! My boyfriend took me here on one of our first dates… it looks pretty empty but we had overstayed our welcome & everyone else from the lunch sitting had left. Apparently a table in the conservatory is like gold dust, so book in advance and make sure you request one as it really is stunning (and romantic). Food is delicious and they have an extensive wine list.
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Cookhouse Joe
Love, love, love this restaurant just off Oxford Street. Great for delicious, casual and cheap food. The lunchtime menu is very reasonably priced.

Cote Brasserie
Cote is a chain with restaurants all over the place – not just in London. I have always avoided it knowing it was a chain but I went before a show a few weeks ago and was pleasantly surprised. Loads of fantastic choice, fairly priced and super tasty. Would definitely return!
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Coq D’Argent
An elegant restaurant right by Bank station. It is expensive and when you dine you don’t actually see the great view (below).
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Crazy Golf
There are a couple of fun crazy golf places with different themes and bar vibes:
Swingers (City / WestEnd) – nine hole courses with street food and great drinks.
Junkyard Golf (Brick Lane – East London) – a little less classy (the course is made up of ‘pre-loved and reclaimed random shizzle) but lots of fun.
Crazy GolfPuttshack – A couple of venues in London offering mini golf courses as well as food and drink. New tech means you don’t have to note down any scores, the ball and software does it for you! Particularly handy if you’ve had a few drinks.WhatsApp Image 2020-02-17 at 10.58.44It has a great vibe, good cocktails and the food is nice too. If there’s only 2 of you, you might want to book a couple of rounds as you do whiz around the courses quite quickly.WhatsApp Image 2020-02-17 at 10.58.44

Creme
A cookie shop which has recently popped up near to where I work. I noticed long queues outside every night whilst going home from work and was curious so went myself. cremeThe cookies are delicious but cost a hefty £4 each! They also serve coffee and soft-serve ice cream. There’s nowhere inside to sit so you have to takeaway.

Crosstown Doughnuts 
Amazing homemade sourdough doughnuts! Shops are all over the place (they have a vegan shop in Marylebone) but the one I go to is in Soho!
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Dean St Townhouse
Nice restaurant in Soho serving afternoon tea. Good but not amazing.

Dinerama
Is a street food / cool bar set up in Shoreditch! If you want a fun, casual evening with good food, nice drinks and a buzzy atmosphere then look no further. It is mainly outside though, so if it’s cold, make sure you wrap up warm.
Dinerama

Din Tai Fung
I was SO excited for this restaurant to open in Covent Garden as I loved the one in Hong Kong. However, most of the dishes include pork which I no longer eat & so it was less enjoyable. Luckily the prawn dim sum was great but that’s about all I fancied. It also seemed more expensive than it was in HK for what we got…
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Dirty Bones
Many restaurants dotted around London. It’s always busy and has a good buzz whilst remaining relaxed. Definitely recommend.
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Dishoom
My absolute favourite – believe the hype and wait in the queue! I absolutely LOVE Dishoom (‘Irani cafes that were once part of the fabric of life in Bombay’) and there’s one right by my office so I’m able to get a cheeky takeaway every now and then. All the food is good! They will suggest you share a few dishes between 2 – I was a chicken ruby addict so would always go for that but the lentil curry is fantastic too. It will not disappoint. They have restaurants in: Carnaby, Shoreditch, King’s Cross, Covent Garden & Kensington!
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Duck & Waffle
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Restaurant by Liverpool Street station with incredible views. Quite reasonably priced considering the location. Book in advance if you want to eat at a reasonable time, but it’s open 24 hours so if you’re awake enough to appreciate some nice food after a night out, you may be able to walk in.
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Exmouth Market Grind
Great coffee / cocktail bar and restaurant in Clerkenwell! Had a very tasty lunch / brunch here. Don’t drink coffee but heard it’s great.

Fire and Stone
Great Italian restaurant near to Covent Garden with loads of interesting pizza toppings inspired by different world cuisines. Always lively with a good ambience and quite cheap for the area. Good pre-theatre stop-off.

Firefly
Cute Thai restaurant in Balham. Great for a casual bite in a relaxed environment. Food is good but I’d just got back from Thailand when I went so was probably underwhelmed.
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Fiume
Mediterranean restaurant in Battersea Power Station which has a nice outdoor seating area. Food is decent (we had a set menu) and not overpriced.

Flat Iron
They’re dotted all over the place, (Soho, Covent Garden, King’s Cross), and are ALWAYS busy. They don’t take reservations so if you don’t turn up early, you’ll have to wait in line! The steak is SO yummy and only £12. Don’t forget to order the creamed spinach!

Forza Win
Forza Win is a trendy Italian restaurant in Peckham (South-East London). The restaurant has an open kitchen and tables are communal. The food was delicious… definitely recommend the pasta – homemade and fresh!
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Franco Manca
Casual, very fairly priced pizza chain! Amazing (and massive) tiramisu if you have room for pudding.

Gail’s
Absolutely delicious bakery – many dotted around London.

Galvin at Windows
Fine-dining French restaurant on the 28th floor of the Hilton, Park Lane. Food was outstanding but tiny portions considering how pricey it is. Great service and views, but probably not one to go to if you’re on a budget. A special occasion restaurant 🙂

Galvin La Chapelle
A French Michelin star restaurant near to Liverpool Street station. The food is beautifully presented and the service is exceptional, but it is very expensive (as to be expected). If you have cash to splash, then go! If you don’t, there are plenty other fantastic, more fairly priced places to eat.

Gillray’s Steakhouse
Great views over the River Thames of the London Eye and Houses of Parliament! We’ve eaten a couple of times here on a bookatable.com deal which made it fantastic value for money.

Gloria Trattoria
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Italian (Capri-inspired) restaurant in trendy Shoreditch. The restaurant is part of the Big Mamma Group and has sister restaurants which are very popular in Paris.
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There are plenty of small plates, pastas (with larger plates to share) and pizzas to feast on.
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Gold
One of the best restaurants I’ve eaten at in a while. Decor is beautiful (we sat in the outdoor area), service is spot on, and the food is UNREAL. It was all delicious but you MUST get the chicken and mushrooms on toast!! Can’t wait to go back.

Grounded Coffee Company
A hidden gem between Whitechapel and Aldgate East stations. The breakfast we had was absolutely delicious and everything on the menu looked good. Close(ish) to Brick Lane if you’re having a morning stroll through the markets.
Grounded Coffee Company

Guanabara
We had such a good night here! This bar near to Covent Garden has a carnival atmosphere with dancers and musicians performing into the night. We had a decent dinner here too which meant we had a table right in the centre of the action. It turns into a club after last food orders.
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Harvey Nics
We went to a fantastic cocktail making course at Harvey Nichols! It was £80 per person including breakfast, lunch and cocktails – really good value for money… I was very drunk! Knightsbridge is the nearest tube stop.
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Hawksmoor

Famous steak restaurants dotted about London (Spitalfields, Seven Dials, Knightsbridge, Borough!) The sides (spinach, mac n cheese) are incredibly tasty too. My fave restaurant is the Spitalfields one as it has a cosy, relaxed feel.
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Heddon Street Kitchen
I absolutely love this restaurant! Another Gordon Ramsey in Soho offering European / British cuisine. They have a pre-theatre menu which is great value for money.. The macaroni cheese and truffled mash potato is outstanding.
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Atmosphere and service was great too.

Homeslice
Like pizza? Want a quick, cheap and yummy lunch / dinner? Try Homeslice! They do massive sharing pizzas (with 2 toppings) for £20 OR you can buy pizza by the slice for £4 per slice! Sooooo delicious!!! (Recommend the ricotta, mushroom & pine nut topping)
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Hoppers
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A ‘family-style Sri Lankan restaurant!’ It’s very chilled (shared tables) and the food is incredibly tasty. Nearest tube stations are Tottenham Court Road / Leicester Square!
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House of Ho
The House of Ho is a fantastic modern Vietnamese restaurant in Fitzrovia just off Charlotte Street. The restaurant is in a cute little townhouse and has a nice outside area for al fresco dining in warmer months. The food was nice (although if you want popcorn shrimp / sushi, go to Pham Sushi instead… much better and cheaper).
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The green veggie curry was SO tasty and had a nice kick to it. Lovely atmosphere, good service but quite pricey. Would recommend if you want to splash out.

Hummingbird Bakery
Amazing cakes both in looks and taste – my favourite is the Nutella cupcake. Shop is in Soho!
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Hutong (at the Shard)
A Northern Chinese restaurant in the Shard with amazing views of London. They do fantastic lunch deals, but otherwise it’s quite expensive. The food is soooo delicious – we had a few dishes shared between 3. Nearest tube is London Bridge!
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Restaurant Ours
Another Instagrammers dream! Restaurant with beautiful decor (huge trees, high ceilings, a flower wall – oh my goodddddd) serving delicious, upscale British cuisine in Knightsbridge!

Roast
Does what it says on the tin… an amazing roast! Gorgeous restaurant in London Bridge (basically in Borough market!) The food was very enjoyable and not ridiculously priced.
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Roka
Lovely Japanese / Asian restaurant – there are a few! 
Roka
Enjoyed the most unbelievable tasting menu at Roka recently. We ate at the bar which I really enjoyed as you can see the chefs preparing. The tasting menu isn’t cheap (I think premium was £90pp?) but you get SO much food and it was all delicious. Can’t wait to go back.

 

 

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