Headed up by Chef Michel Roux Jr., who has two Michelin Stars under his belt, get ready for plates that are as tasty as they are beautiful. Despite that, the place still serves a good old-fashioned cod & chips with beer batter.
Tower Bridge/Restaurant Story Bermondsey What your'e getting: Full Story
When this place opened, it was the hottest table in town. Two years and a Michelin star later and tables aren’t that much ...
easier to come by, but well worth the fight with seven or 10 courses (called a Half or a Full Story, naturally) that will take your mouth and your mind through a journey by candle light (which will melt into beef drippings).
London Eye/Troia Southbank What you're getting: Mixed grill
Salmon-colored walls, lots of tables, and very attentive service greet you at this shamefully overlooked Mediterranean restaurant located just by the river.
It’s easy enough to get a table and the food comes just when you need it most. Southbank can feel a bit like a no man's land sometimes, but Troia is there for you with bright flavours and well-seasoned grills perfect for giving you the strength to keep going.
another level. With dishes filled with familiar flavours but served in new and stunning ways, it hits a note somewhere between indulgence and nostalgia. It's currently getting a face lift, and will reopen on September 10th, so get ready.
Buckingham Palace/Quilon Westminster What you're getting: Prawn masala
Modern and sleek, but easy and comfortable, this Southwest coastal Indian restaurant brings the flavours of Goa and Kerala to London (with a distinct lack ...
of sand & sun). This Michelin-starred joint flies under the radar most of the time, due to its lack of major signage and low-key attitude, but it’s well worth seeking out, especially when visiting the royal family.
of tiny streets from darker days of London and luckily this jackpot of a pub. Ideal for catching a game score (the place shows pretty much everything), playing a game of beer pong (seriously), and enjoying a solid selection of food and all the beer you could ask for.
No. 10 Downing Street/The Northhall Westminster What you're getting: Chicken, truffle & polenta
Just around the corner from Number 10, the Corinthia Hotel serves up fresh British produce with an eye for seasonality.