If you're a first time visitor to South Kensington, 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 near South Kensington.
Here are some of the most recommended restaurants near South Kensington.
Here's what Trippy members had to say about restaurants:
"Daquise serves wonderful Polish food in the South Kensington area." See More
"Franco Manca, which serves an organic sourdough pizza, all organic ingredients, organic wine and soft drinks so no Coca Cola!" See More
"One of my favorite buildings in London is the old Michelin Tyre Building which now houses Bibendum Oyster Bar." See More
"The National Gallery and the Victoria & Albert Museum for museums (stop by the V & A Cafe for scones and the view)." See More
"The River Cafe is another incredible place to go both for the atmosphere and the food." See More
"For something really different and Indian you can try the Bombay Brasserie as ive had numerous events and birthdays there." See More
"Attractions: All the cliche (great for couples): - London EyeLondon Eye (giant Ferris wheel on the South Bank of the River Thames - Buckingham PalaceBuckingham palace, Westminster Abbey, London Tower & The London Dungeon - Madame Tussauds London Madame Tussaud's wax museum -Hyde ParkTake a walk or bike through Hyde Park Restaurants - so many but i give my favourites but as everything in London is expensive get ready to spend GBP, always call for reservation where possible: -The best food you will ever eat in your life if you are into Japanese fusion: Nobu (London) (restaurant - you always spot celebrities there) & Nobu This second one is more known as Nobu Lounge (more hip party atmosphere with a DJ - club like with dance floor after 12pm) $$$ -Best Pizza i ever had: Pizzeria (Bar type seating with the singing Italian chef) - ( on the 3rd or 4th floor of Harrod's) $ -Best breakfast: Tom's Kitchen $$ -Wagamama - Amazing asian casual dining (bench type seating) Famous for their Chicken Katsu Curry $$ -Burger & Lobster (the best of those two, beware, their lobsters get really big so you can always opt for the amazing lobster sandwich) $$ All the food places in the food courts of Selfridges, Harrods & on the 5th floor of Harvey Nichols London (this is where burger and lobster is) Get around with uber or navigate the tube." See More
"The Good Life Eatery is lovely , brunch especially ." See More
"Geales - 2 locations in London for fancy fish & chips, one Geales in Notting Hill and the other Geales in Chelsea." See More
"And of course there are the Curries - Noor Jahan is very good, so is Chutney Mary." See More
"My two favs are Noor Jahan, and Star Of India." See More
"Good Mexican, margaritas and fun scene in SOHO La Bodega Negra Fantastic sushi & cocktails + fun ambiance Zuma Signor Sassi for Italian Bombay Brasserie for upscale Indian and good cocktails Tendido Cero for the best Spanish Tapas in London If you need more suggestions visit my site www." See More
"We lived in London and ate at Da Mario on Gloucester Road and Queen's Gate Terrace SW7." See More
"Go to Rasoi in Chelsea - it is spectacular." See More
"I was thinking you might also try Harrods Food Halls since there will be a lot of options." See More
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