Best Restaurants in London

Where the UK was once scoffed at for its food, the capital has now become one of the shining stars of European gastronomy. From sublime Michelin starred restaurants to marvellous pub grub, you should never go hungry when strolling the London streets. But with so much to choose from, how do you know where to eat? Well, check out our list of the best restaurants in London and give your belly a real good time.

Last updated on 11th June 2021




Ember Yard

136 user reviews 5

Ember Yard is one of the best restaurant in London thanks to its state-of-the-art charcoal grill, which adds an intensity of flavour to its Italian and Spanish-inspired dishes. Found in the ever-buzzing area of Soho, this suave spot is a must for foodies heading out for a romantic meal. 

The Harcourt

30 user reviews 4

Housed in a Grade-II listed Georgian townhouse, The Harcourt offers an opulent, comfortable dining experience in the heart of Marylebone. With five rooms featuring a mish-mash of stunning artworks and contemporary design, ease into this slick space and survey a modern European menu with a nod to their Scandinavian heritage. Accompanying this is an intriguing cocktail list and a vast wine menu for drinks.

When it comes to pairing wine with your meal, there's no restaurant quite like Humble Grape. Found across London, not only do the interiors flit between contemporary, classic and industrial, the plates are seasonal, high-end and paired with the finest bottles. 

Victory Mansion

83 user reviews 5

With its bold interiors, stunning cocktails and menu of Asian-inspired tacos, Victory Mansion is one of the best places to eat in North London. Found in the heart of Stoke Newington this acclaimed restaurant is a must for inventive dishes that come perfectly paired with an extensive bar menu. 

Marcus

13 user reviews 5

From a sumptuous set menu that includes the likes of marinated quail breast and Herdwick lamb, all the way through to your own private dining room that'll see you feasting on roast scallops and lemon meringue, Marcus Wareing's self-titled Knightsbridge restaurant should be on your list.