A paradise of ethnic London restaurants and worldwide cuisines to indulge in. From traditional Thai dishes to finger licking Spanish tapas, this city has got it all. This is London…
Our Favourite London Restaurants
Patara – Oxford Street
Patara describe themselves as contemporary Thai cuisine and you can definitely expect authenticity with a fine dining element.
Opal Bar – Embankment
Although it’s mostly known as a cocktail bar (their Mojito or Mai Tai are worth a try) they also serve signature platters ideal for sharing. These include mini burgers, southern fried chicken fillets, nachos and chicken wings.
Chinese Cricket Club Restaurant – Blackfriars
What if you want more of a quiet and fine dining type of Chinese dinner in London, like a family meal or a business meeting? Where would you go?
Dirty Bones – Soho
Dirty Bones is a vibrant mixture of a restaurant and a cocktail bar. The music is playing loud even on Wednesday nights and the place is always packed. You’ll struggle to walk in and get a table straight away on any night of the week, so remember to book in advance.
La Tasca – James Street
La Tasca James Street is loud and fun, bringing the lively spirit of Spain to central London. It does help that they have a Happy Hour (2FOR1) on some of their cocktails and meals, all day, every day.
A taste of Asia in Notting Hill – ULI
If there’s one type of cuisine you won’t miss out in London, that has to be Chinese. It’s literally the nation’s favourite. We introduce you to the taste of Asia in Notting Hill, ULI.
Radio Rooftop Bar – Strand
The bar is not much of ‘seat down and dine’ type of environment. Loud music and stunning panoramic views over the City of London make you stand up and dance whilst you sip your cocktail and pick on the tapas.
The Spanish-influenced menu offers a modern twist on traditional tapas such as deep fried courgette flowers, although there are a few main meals selections for lunch and dinner.
Est. India – Traditional street cuisine meets fine urban dining
Est. India invites you to experience real Indian food culture. Read the story, in their own words, on our blog.
Como Lario – Review from Pocket London Reader
Have you eaten at Como Lario Hustaria in Sloane Square?
“The service was good. Staff very approachable. All in all a very successful couple of hours.”
Which ones are your favourite London Restaurants? Share it with us in the comments below.