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1. La Perla28 Maiden Lane, London
2. Daylesford208-212 Westbourne Grove, London
3. KERB105 Monier Road, Hackney Wick
4. Bread Street Kitchen10 Bread St, London
5. Flat Iron17 Beak St, London
6. The Rookery69 Clapham Common Southside, , London
7. NagomiThe Mermaid Suite Hotel, 4 Blenheim St, London
8. La Bouche35-37, Broadway Market, London
9. Petitou63 Choumert Rd, London
10. Tom's Kitchen27 Cale Street, London
11. The Elk in the Woods37-39 Camden Passage, London
12. The Riding House Cafe43-51 Great Titchfield St, Fitzrovia, London
A nice place to stop in for lunch, this relaxed Mexican joint serves up some mean fajitas. If it's drinks you want, La Perla also has an extensive collection of Tequila and Mezcal.
Daylesford serves up premium organic dishes. Many of the ingredients come straight from an award-winning organic farm in Gloucestershire. Truly "farm fresh" daily specials make this the perfect place for a healthy lunch.
KERB serves everything. Literally. If you are looking for diversity this place has Filipino, Taiwanese, Korean, sushi, BBQ, Scotch eggs etc. Stop in Monday when everything is just five pounds.
Brought to you by chef Gordon Ramsay, Bread Street Kitchen is a bit pricey, but solid. The atmosphere is as good as the food, with classic decor and large windows bringing in ample light.
This first-come, first-served steak resto and butchery has got awesome plates of red meat in a rustic setting.
After honeymooning on the fair island of Manhattan, Rookery's owner decided to duplicate the relaxed, urban-rustic vibe of the Lower East Side, filling his white-tiled joint with reclaimed furniture & touches including an impressive iron spiral staircase and a cracked mirror so large whoever defaced it will continue to have horrible things happen to him even in the afterlife.
Topping ramen charts left and right, this Mayfair mainstay will fill you up without shaking you down. Good for your well being and your wallet. That's a win-win.
This particular Bouche does certainly amuse, with its delectable menu of deli and cafe favorites. From salads, sandwiches, soups, and more, consider is lunch heaven.
An unexpected yet welcome neighborhood resident, this quaint cafe offers an escape from reality. Have a tart, sip a tea, and kill countless hours with a good book.
A pub-like steakhouse for a younger generation with airier interior sensibilities. An upgrade in ambiance with no sacrifice to old world welcomeness and taste.
Get ready to put some alternative meats in your mouth. Get yourself some elk, duck, crab, whatever and don't be afraid to eat them together.
Located in Fitzrovia, the Village East/Garrison team's third drinkery offers three price tiers of small plates (slow-roast lamb shoulder, salt-cod fritters, etc.), plus larger goods like the foie gras'd Titchfield burger, and full English breakfasts.