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Popular Restaurants in London

If you're a first time visitor to London, you might prefer a more touristy area, but if you're a solo traveler, a smaller local eatery could be more interesting. Some areas have lots of things to do within walking distance, but the restaurants may be more expensive. To give you a starting point for your trip research, we looked at what people say about restaurants in London.


What are some good restaurants in London?

Here are some of the most recommended restaurants in London.

Tayyabs
83-89 Fieldgate Street London, Greater London 020 7247 9543
Regency Cafe
17-19 Regency St. Westminster, Greater London
Ye Olde Cheshire Cheese
145 Fleet Street London, Greater London 020 7353 6170
Dinner by Heston
66 Knightsbridge London, Greater London +44 20 7201 3833
Duck & Waffle
110 Bishopsgate United Kingdom 020 3640 7310
Laughing Halibut
Lower Richmond Road London, United Kingdom 020 8287 9787
Yautcha
15-17 Broadwick St London, United Kingdom +44 20 7494 8888
The Golden Hind
73 Marylebone Lane London, United Kingdom
The Rock & Sole Plaice
47 Endell Street London, United Kingdom 020 7836 3785
The Orangery Restaurant
Kensington Palace London, United Kingdom
Selfridges
London, United Kingdom 0113 369 8040
Ronnie Scott's Jazz Club
47 Frith St London, United Kingdom 020 7439 0747
TĪNG
London, United Kingdom 020 7234 8108
Amaya Restaurant Grill & Bar
15 Halkin Arcade London, United Kingdom 442078231166
Nude Espresso
26 Hanbury Street London, United Kingdom 07804 223590

Here's what Trippy members had to say about restaurants:

"If you're looking for some absolutely amazing Pakistani kebabs, you MUST try Tayyabs in Whitechapel (do not be a minute late for any reservations)."  See More

"If you want to try fish and chips or a full English breakfast, within walking distance from there you can try Laughing Halibut for fish and chips or Regency Cafe for a full English breakfast."  See More

"Ye Olde Cheshire Cheese - oldest pub in London and it feels like it."  See More

"For a culinary experience I love Dinner by Heston and The Ledbury, the latter is probably one of the best meals I've had in my life; Borough Market for my craving for Scotch eggs; Yautcha in Soho for dim sum (Chinatown is also good but Yautcha is a nicer setting); Royal China on Baker St for authentic Chinese dim sum, but considered yourself warned, queue starts even before their doors open on Sundays; Zuma for Japanese and people (reads celebrity) watch; Barrafina for Tapas; Melt Room for cheese toast, or we call it grille cheese (and just £5!"  See More

"Here were my favorites in London: Duck & Waffle- this is a must."  See More

"Yautcha has the best macarons better than Paris' Lauderee."  See More

"You might also check out The Golden Hind, not the ship but the restaurant up near Bond Street which is a little nicer atmosphere than the Laughing Halibut."  See More

"The Rock & Sole Plaice (Rock and Sole Plaice): Don’t be weary of the “World Famous Fish and Chips” sign."  See More

"You could also check out Selfridges and Harvey Nichols London"  See More

"Crusting Pipe for the buskers, Wong Kei just for the entertainment of some truly bad, but exceptionally fast, service and Ronnie Scott's Jazz Club because food and jazz just go!"  See More

"And a cocktail at Aqua Shard or afternoon tea or dinner at TĪNG in The Shard at London Bridge."  See More

"At the top end, I love Amaya Restaurant Grill & Bar & Benares Restaurant, both Michelin-starred restaurants."  See More

"Nude Espresso is an awesome spot with great coffee and snacks."  See More

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  1. Tayyabs
  2. Regency Cafe
  3. Ye Olde Cheshire Cheese
  4. Dinner by Heston
  5. Duck & Waffle
  6. Laughing Halibut
  7. Yautcha
  8. The Golden Hind
  9. The Rock & Sole Plaice
  10. The Orangery Restaurant
  11. Selfridges
  12. Ronnie Scott's Jazz Club
  13. TĪNG
  14. Amaya Restaurant Grill & Bar
  15. Nude Espresso
Where can I find out more about London?

This page is just a starting point, to really get personalized advice from London locals and experienced travelers, post a question on Trippy! You can start by browsing the questions other people have asked about London.

If you've changed your mind and decided to go somewhere else, go to the main page and explore where to stay in any city.

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