Next up on our list of the best restaurants in North London is The Prince Albert in Camden, great for a taste of traditional Britain. Boasting an eclectic decor with a modern feel and an impressive selection of locally brewed beers and real ales to complement the menu of pub classics, this is a one of the best North London restaurants to enjoy a bite to eat, any time of day. Book now.
Restaurants in North London
Choosing where to eat in north London needn’t be a struggle. We’re on hand to provide you with some delightful gastro options, so whether you’re looking for BBQ and blues in Camden or comfort foods and bespoke interiors in Islington, we’ll have something for you. Read on for our hand-picked guide to the best places to eat in north London, or alternatively check out our complete guide to eating out in London.
A gorgeous space featuring two bars, an open-plan kitchen and an outside area for year-round use; Drake & Morgan offers the perfect escape if you were wondering where to eat after a long day in central London. Come in, get comfy and survey a menu stocked with grilled treats, buttermilk chicken burgers and good old fashioned classics like bangers & mash or fish & chips.
Located in Angel, Rosa's is a cute and quirky Thai cafe that is perfect for date night or a good gossip. The modern eatery serves a delicious medley food such as classic Pad Thai or Beef Mussaman Curry, as well as a cracking selection of Eastern-inspired cocktails.
From luxury dining to international plates, North London has it all, but what about a casual meal with friends? Found in the heart of Angel and Islington, join The Islington Townhouse for a roster of casual and cool pub plates alongside cocktails, ales and more.
Any restaurant boasting a burger simply known as The Ridiculous is probably worth a mention. Nestled away in Highbury, the Brewhouse & Kitchen wonderfully combines delicious comfort food with an array of home-brewed, small-batch craft beers and ales. Come for pub classics with a twist; each item on the menu comes with a handy recommended beer to help you maximise the tastes and flavours.
A boutique venue perfecting a balance of modern elegance and timeless style, find your way to The Driver's first floor dining room for a gastro experience to remember. Chefs cook up a range of British favourites - we're talking sirloin steak, beer battered fish & chips and catch of the day fishcakes - in a relaxed, elegant setting. Hanging around after dinner? Great news - there's three lounges with private bars and a suntrap roof terrace to discover across five fun-filled storeys.
Upper House is an Islington haven known for its bespoke, hand-drawn decor and its vibrant dinner party spirit. Packed with all kinds of private dining rooms brimming with character, come for dinner and drinks on the top-floor Ballroom, which becomes a rather plush cocktail bar as the night unfolds. An ideal option for private hire in north London, the Dolls House offers dinner, drinks and dancing; with DJs playing until 4am in the ground floor Parlour bar at the weekends.
If you find yourself in Camden and feeling peckish, Haché is the place to go for your burger fix. With charming decor and a mega menu, this award-winning joint has also been named for serving the 'Best burger in London' and is only two minutes from the station.
A bar, restaurant and hotel overlooking Regent's Park, York & Albany offers a charming destination for any occasion. From birthdays and family dinners to hen parties and office dos, they've got delicious food, drinks and plenty of space to offer.
Perched up in Angel this brew-pub turn restaurant bar is a must-try if you've got a penchant for craft beers and wholesome British dishes. With a Beef & Brewhouse Beer pie, Beer battered fish and chips as well as a BBQ platter on the menu you can tuck into some hearty feeds whilst enjoying their impressive selection of beers brewed in house and brought in from across the globe.
Located adjacent to The York and Albany, and part of the Gordon Ramsay family, Street Pizza is serving up uber-fresh, uber-authentic slices in sleek and modern settings. With a daily changing special, as well as all the classics, unlimited pizza here costs only £15.
Step off Upper Street and into a perfectly preserved dining carriage filled with turqoise, teak and gold. Hoxley & Porter enlivens a taste of home with influences from Europe, the Orient and beyond to bring bold and innovative flavours to Islington.
The menu at The Old Queen's Head offers a selection of American-style sliders, and an innovative take on the traditional burger menu - look forward to the Fish Finger Burger, or go for a classic but no less tasty Chicken Burger. Complement this with their impressive (and bespoke!) cocktail selection, and you have The Old Queen's Head, one of our recommended restaurants in North London.
Situated just steps from Camden Town station, this quirky bar and restaurant is more than just a pretty face. While the interiors may be impressive, the cocktails and food are just as good. Chow down on a pizza cone while DJs spin tunes well into the night.
Head to West Hampstead where this unique bar and restaurant brings you delicious Middle Eastern and Mediterranean eats, alongside an impressive collection of 101 different whiskies, which the expert bar staff will be more than happy to whip into a tasty cocktail for you.
Hopping a train all the way to Camden and wondering where will quell those dining needs? One of the most unique restaurants in the UK, head on down to Mornington Crescent where Inamo serve out some of the finest Pan Asian dishes alongside interactive tables and cocktails. There's also a gorgeous outdoor terrace, perfect for sipping spritzes in the sunshine.
This idyllic restaurant in Haggerston sits opposite the canal, giving you the perfect opportunity to sit back with a cocktail and a table covered in vibrant small plates as you watch the swans pass by. A go-to from dawn till dusk, their brunches are just as great as their happy hour.
The legendary Blues Kitchen is a haven of the deep south, where punters get a face full of BBQ ribs, Po' Boy Sandwiches and Key Lime Pie, washed down with craft beers, classic cocktails and bespoke bourbons. Don't go in too hard though; there's dancing after dinner as a live blues band rock up to the stage to play some sweet soul music.
The latest addition to the Geronimo lineup, The Fellow is a stylish hideaway made for dinner and drinks near King's Cross. With a focus for the finer things in life and plenty of inviting, airy spaces in which to kick back and relax in, The Fellow serves an eclectic lineup of mains, toasted ciabatta wonders and a lovely brunch spread come Saturday morning.