Mac & Cheese With Bell Pepper Bowls, Because Dishes Are the Worst
This "French Burger Workshop" is a Fitzrovia gold mine, for beef pucks, that is. It serves up a French take on high-end burgers, and after four successful spots in France, you shouldn't miss this culinary treat that's in your own backyard.
Located in Chelsea, Joe's Oriental Diner is a "Southeast Asian dive bar and restaurant." So stop in to try out Scott Hallsworth's Pan Asian fare (small plates, large plates, and sides) in a unique atmosphere.
This Soho resto doles out variety of authentic Japanese fare crafted with authentic Japanese cooking styles. Its specialty is dishes with Kobe beef, and although there are plenty of dishes that don't involve it, you'd be remiss not to try one of the tasting menus featuring it.
This Soho meatery is a master of chops. From beef to lamb to pork, you can get your meat fix and a variety of sides like sweet potatoes, heritage carrots, and kale & Parm.
Head down to Spitalfields and snag some true American BBQ from this meat-slinger, with options ranging from ribs to pulled pork sandwiches and more, served in a trendy space.
This Covent Garden spot specializes in farm-to-fork fare, and it's of the upscale variety. Stop in for breakfast, lunch, or dinner and try out a constantly changing menu feature items crafted with fresh ingredients and unique flavors.
This Shoreditch eatery is open for breakfast, lunch, and dinner, and you can snag affordable and tasty eats ranging from beef short rib to pressed pork belly, not to mention a full list of wines, cocktails, and beers.
Don't let the name fool you. This bar/diner is pretty damn good. Drop in for breakfast dishes ranging from breakfast tacos to eggs in a variety of ways, plus BBQ and egg dishes for later in the day, and a full bar menu for a relaxing night. Essentially, you can make this City spot an all-day affair.