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Courtney
Los Angeles

London

Restaurants in London

I have an upcoming business trip to London in July and I need some very reliable restaurants to take the group I'll be going with. Any recommendations? 


8 Answers

top answer by
Andrew from Minneapolis

Check out Roast Restaurant. Roast is dedicated to reviving the best of British cooking. Think imaginative takes on traditional dishes, such as roast grouse, game chips and quince jelly.

Marcus Wareing At The Berkeley fare at The Berkeley is focused on local ingredients with a modernist twist.

This isn't exactly a restaurant experience, but it's in a fun high-end place with plenty of seating -- Harrods Food Halls. Stop by the seafood counter for live scallops (fresh off the north coast of Britain) and smoked salmon.


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  1. Roast Restaurant (attraction)
  2. Marcus Wareing At The Berkeley (attraction)
  3. Harrods Food Halls (restaurant)
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answered first by
Rachel from Los Angeles

Definitely try The Wolseley. If only it were possible, I would spend morning, noon and night there! Also, try Cipriani and don't miss their baked Tagliattini--one of my husband's favorites! Another great one is Cecconis. It's very familiar to me, which can be a nice change of pace after spending weeks abroad. My team and I also tried Hakkasan during Fashion Week this past September, and it was mahj!  There's also Mr Chow, of course!


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  1. The Wolseley (restaurant)
  2. Cipriani (restaurant)
  3. Cecconis (restaurant)
  4. Hakkasan (restaurant)
  5. Mr Chow (restaurant)
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answered by
Steph from Rome

Eat british food in London could be an enjoyable experience to "The Lady Ottoline" I really love this quality restaurant.... :) you can eat really well without spend a lot of money!  I definetely suggest you: http://www.theladyottoline.com !!! 


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  1. The Lady Ottoline (restaurant)
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answered by
Eileen

If you like Indian food,Potli at  Potli is quite good. Not only is the food delicious, I loved the quaint setting with old Bollywood posters, interesting cutlery and many more things to make you feel like you have stepped into a different era. I think the nearest Tube station in Ravenscourt.

Hope this helps!


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answered by
Hassan from Los Angeles

Try  Caravan in Exmouth Market. They have great, upscale English food and the restaurant is in the charming Exmouth Market, not far from King's Cross and Angel. This is their website http://www.caravanonexmouth.co.uk/


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  1. Caravan (restaurant)
  2. Exmouth Market (attraction)
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answered by
Jackie from Germany

You can't go wrong with Jamie Oliver's FIFTEEN. There are upstairs and downstairs dining  room options. The food is fantastic and the atmosphere is relaxed, but still slightly formal. The food is varied as well, so there should be something for everyone.


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answered by
Jacqui from London

Hi Courtney, 

Restaurants in London are easy to come by. When I was organising business dinners in the city we liked:

- Jamie's Italian Threadneedle Street (a chain by Jamie Oliver - good food, reasonably priced and good service)

Blueprint Cafe (At the design museum, walking distance from Tower Bridge. Lovely, fancy food, set menu deal on certain nights, great view of Tower Bridge)

Sushisamba (for the view, cocktails and tapas-style Japanese-Brazilian-Peruvian sushi on the 38th-floor Heron Tower overlooking London)

Duck & Waffle (located ABOVE Sushisamba, open 24 hours, great for breakfast meetings)

TĪNG (Located on level 35 of The Shard, this glass walled restaurant serves modern European cuisine with an Asian twist as you enjoy breathtaking views across London.)

Shoryu (A chain located all through London with yummy Japanese ramen (noodles and soup))

Haz (A Turkish cuisine chain located all through city of London)

Ottolenghi (haven't been here yet, but it has been recommended and I am booked to go end of August). 

I have a larger list here: http://www.neverendinghoneymoon.net/%EF%BB%BF%EF%BB%BFwhere-to-eat-out-in-london/

Other easy bars in the city with food include The FollyThe Draft House Tower BridgeThe Drift, and The Dickens Inn

At Borough Market (awesome food stalls for lunch!) at London Bridge there is also Wright Brothers Oyster & Porter Houseand a little walk away, on Bermondsey StPizarro and Zucca are also nice. 

Enjoy your time in London! 

Jacqui 


Mentioned in this answer:

  1. Jamie's Italian Threadneedle Street (restaurant)
  2. Blueprint Cafe (restaurant)
  3. Sushisamba (attraction)
  4. Duck & Waffle (restaurant)
  5. TĪNG (restaurant)
  6. Shoryu (restaurant)
  7. Haz (restaurant)
  8. Ottolenghi (restaurant)
  9. The Folly (restaurant)
  10. The Draft House Tower Bridge (restaurant)
  11. The Drift (restaurant)
  12. The Dickens Inn (restaurant)
  13. Borough Market (attraction)
  14. London Bridge (attraction)
  15. Wright Brothers Oyster & Porter House (restaurant)
  16. Bermondsey St (attraction)
  17. Pizarro (restaurant)
  18. Zucca (restaurant)
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answered by
verity from London

Mentioned in this answer:

  1. The Wolseley (restaurant)
  2. Wright Brothers Soho Oyster House (restaurant)
  3. Le Gavroche (restaurant)
  4. The Portrait Restaurant & Bar (restaurant)
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