Best Mac And Cheese in London

Cheese and pasta served in a bubbling bowl, wedged between toast or slipped in alongside salty bacon. Some would call it the dinner of dreams, and they'd be 100% right. From London's filthiest mac and cheese with the best in tasty toppings, to restaurants serving it classic, American style, check out the best spots to enjoy mac and cheese in London.

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Last updated on 3rd April 2024




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MEATliquor Queensway is a haven of gooey mac and cheese in deep-fried bites to kick-start your meal. Think a choice between a luxurious, rich blue cheese flavour and pairing those beauties with chorizo and a marinara sauce for dunking. It's not just sides to celebrate here, with burgers making up the rest of the menu, an arcade and bowling, Queens is coming up with something to do across all levels.

Tank & Paddle Minster Court

Tank and Paddle know how to do great pizza, they are pros at excellent beer thanks to their craft pub status, and their macaroni cheese is simply divine. Baked in the oven, there are over 5 mac and cheese types to choose from, starting at £12.50, complete with smoked streaky bacon, pulled chicken and pepperoni with sweet chilli sauce. With a sister Bishopsgate location too, you're spoilt for choice. 

Flight Club

Not only is Flight Club one of the best places to hang out with friends thanks to their social darts and cool Victorian carnival aesthetics, but they also do some mean mac 'n' cheese in the form of croquettes. So get down there, have a go in the oches and tuck in.

Pizza Pilgrims - Restaurants In London

While best know for their Neapolitan-style slices, Pizza Pilgrims are also keeping you in deep-fried Italian mac and cheese bites across multiple London locations, from Canary Wharf to Shoredtich. On the menu, try their cacio e pepe balls, made with pecorino cheese and crispy spaghetti for just £6.

The Cheese Bar

When it's all in a name? The Cheese Bar know what's up when it comes to some of the best mac and cheese in the city. Tucked away in the Camden Stables Market, British cheese is celebrated on another level here, with fondue and bottomless raclette just the start of things. To make the most of your time here? Try the five cheese macaroni for £9.80, or £6 on Mondays.