Restaurants in Angel
If you are looking for a top restaurant in London, the historic area of Angel is an ideal place to look. While the area hosts a vibrant arts and culture scene it is also home to some of the best restaurants in the city. Read this recommended guide to the top Angel restaurants and book your spot at one of North London's finest eating and drinking spots now.
Last updated on 7th April 2017
Every corner of Angel and Islington plays host to a new restaurant and bar, but none as cool and casual as this. Join The Islington Townhouse not only for unique cocktails, craft beers and ales, stick around for their eclectic interiors and casual pub inspired menu.
Bursting full of character, Meat People in Angle is a cosy bar and restaurant, serving only the finest cuts of meat and most flavoursome cocktails. Their talented team of mixologist use an arsenal of spices, fruits and spirits to produce an array of cocktails that tease the taste buds between sips. But the real treat is the food menu. From succulent Filet Steak served with potato, portobello mushrooms and ox cheek gravy to spiced swordfish, you'll definitely find something that tickles your fancy here.
Standing out in the crowd thanks to its iconic black exterior and with a reputation for serving some of London's most refreshing cocktails, the Bourne and Hollingsworth Buildings is a quirky bar based just a short stroll from Angel station. With a sleek bar serving all the signature cocktails that have made the B&H name famous over the years, the team of chefs in the kitchen serve a variety of freshly made dishes, composed of only the finest flavours they can get their hands on. As far as restaurants in Angel go, this has to be up there with the best.
Not wanting the fuss of an uptight restaurant? Looking for a downright relaxed joint where the food is affordable and the deals are great? Then why not try The Vineyard for a meal in Angel. A top notch pub with pub grub at hand, tuck into affordable plates and favourite dishes.
Looking for good old fashioned pub food in Angel? Tuck into the Nags Head for an affordable meal in the city. Whether you're dosing on a rump steak or a classic cheeseburger, the Nags Head promise great tasting plates at more than affordable prices in the heart of North London.
An offering from the well-known and respected Marco Pierre White, this North London restaurant is located within the DoubleTree by Hilton Islington, and not only promises a delicious food menu encompassing classic techniques and innovative ingredients; guests of the restaurant will also enjoy the venue's hearty drinks offering, which promises a massive selection of cocktails, wines and spirits.
Feeling like a cosy cabin in the middle of the Rocky Mountains, Elk in the Woods is a characterful bar in Angel. With a beautiful wooden bar, wood panelled walls and mismatched furniture scattered throughout the venue, its gives off a distinctive rustic feel. The bar staff offer guests a range of delicious cocktails to sample, but the real treat comes courtesy of the team of chef, who've produced a menu of delicious dishes, such as home-smoked duck in cherry wood.
A hidden gem found two minutes from Sadler’s Wells Theatre, Miz En Bouche brings a relaxed French bistro style to Angel. You’re always assured of a warm, hospitable welcoming here, where interiors are snug and there’s a private patio made for enjoying a quality glass of French wine. There’s a good choice of classic French fare and food sourced from Billingsgate Market as well as a tasty little selection of classic cocktails for after.
A Thai restaurant in Angel, Rosa's is one of the most comfortable and casual places to eat just North of the river. Join them for not only flavour of the East and some of the best curry in the business, there's plenty of vegetarian and meat-led dishes to go around.
Waste no time on the dinner front with a meal at one of the most relaxed restaurants in Islington. Primed for lunch, brunch and dinner to boot, John Salt churn out favourites and American bites alongside cocktails and casual yet cool interiors.
Dead Dolls House is a dash of contemporary cool in Islington. Taking over what used to be House of Wolf, the epic three floor space has been transformed into a playground of sophisticated supping and indulgent dining. Not only toting delicious eats, Dead Dolls House has a spread of unique bars all toting different designs; check out the Parlour bar, Drawing Room, Library or Ballroom.
Famed for its in-house brewery and roaring range of craft drinks, Brewhouse & Kitchen may be a haven for beer, but those of you looking for places to eat in Angel will be pleasantly surprised. A rustic menu brimming with marinades and hearty chicken plates, Brewhouse are brimming with bites to eat.
While The Old Queen's Head may be one of the most roaring pubs in Angel when it comes to a party, that's not to say they don't know how to feed their guests. Hosting regular street food pop-ups and foodie residencies, head on down for everything from a Lucky Chip burger to a full blown roast dinner.
One of the cosiest pubs in North London, The Joker of Penton Street is also a must try venue for dinner in Angel. Home to regular pop-up kitchens and foodie residencies, The Joker of Penton Street champions street food on a pubbing scale with burgers, chips and more.