1. Bubbledogs70 Charlotte St, London
2. Chicken Shop79 Highgate Rd, London
3. Le Relais de Venise L'Entrecote120 Marylebone Ln, London
4. Arancini Brothers115 Kentish Town Rd, London
5. Flat Iron17 Beak St, London
6. Mussel Men428 Kingsland Rd, London
7. Tramshed32 Rivington St, London
8. Burger & Lobster29 Clarges St, London
You know how every time you're sipping a fine glass of champagne you think, "I could really use a hot dog right now"? Well now you're covered. Bubbledogs cooks up gourmet dogs and pours small-farm champagnes to form a meal that hopefully catches on worldwide.
Located under Dirty Burger, Chicken Shop is a red-bathed retro diner & takeout spot specializing in truly fowl rotisseries.
This is a steak spot, plain and simple. And with a number of locations, including one in New York City, it appears that people are perfectly happy with the limited menu options when they're this good.
What started as just a market cart has evolved into three full-fledged brick and mortars, specializing in tasty arancini, which are hot, crispy, gooey risotto balls.
This first-come, first-served steak resto and butchery has got awesome plates of red meat in a rustic setting.
These Dalston guys sling a number of delicious ocean dwellers, but you've gotta try their hallmark mussels, which has earned them quite the following.
After you enter the Tramshed through its massive doors, a large sunlight-filled warehouse space opens up before you, but your focus will quickly change once you take a bite into one of their steaks, chickens, or other meat-o-tastic options.
The flagship location of the Burger & Lobster empire hasn’t let its success go to its head: high quality eats come first and foremost here. It’s a Mayfair hotspot with a steady flow of regulars who come back for the addictive house garlic butter, heavenly lobster rolls, and flavor-rich, gratuitously portioned burgers. The snug, trendy space is consistently packed for dinner, so consider making a reservation in order to get your fill.