Best Restaurants Near Liverpool Street

Deciding where to eat around Liverpool Street needn't be a hassle, because the last thing you want to do after a long day at the office is spend hours traipsing around on the hunt for the best restaurants near Liverpool Street. There is a lot to choose from - we'll give you that, but don't worry, we are on hand once again to share with you our knowledge of the best places to eat in London, and our guide to scoffing it in the city.

Last updated on 17th February 2020




Eastway Brasserie

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Located just minutes away from Liverpool Street Station, Eastway Brasserie is a sleek New York-style restaurant. Popular with young professionals and visitors to the city alike, head here on a weekday evening to dine on tender tuna steaks and braised beef short rib, washed down with a range of carefully curated wines from around the world.

Mint Leaf Lounge

81 user reviews 4

City Lunch Menu/ 2 courses £23 - 3 Courses £26 and 2 other offers

An elegant destination for Indian dining near Liverpool Street, Mint Leaf Lounge and Restaurant brings in the crowd with crooning traditional dishes and cocktail flair. A must-for any date night in London, head on down to Mint for some of the best curries in the business alongside pieces of cocktail art.

Whether you're looking for a lazy lunch affair or some dinner and drinks in the evening, Tank and Paddle is a popular city retreat with their stylish interiors. As a restaurant near Liverpool Street, Tank and Pandle is a great location where you can tuck into their menu of classic British cuisine ranging form light bite sharing plates, sandwiches, burgers and main dishes. With a sister venue in Bishopsgate offering shuffleboard and home brewed beers, there's no excuse not to try Tank and Paddle on for size.

Located just a stone's throw from Liverpool Street Station you'll find Crispin, a seriously cool restaurant housed inside an asymmetric pavilion. The intimate 40-seater venue welcomes in a regularly-rotating line-up of guest chefs who produce weekly menus around local and seasonal ingredients, as well as offering a number of low intervention wines. 

Core

152 user reviews 4

A cool spot in city, Core is a restaurant near Liverpool Street that boasts some original character compared to your usual gaff around Bank. With a basement bar as well as more of a dining area, Core is a favourite social hangout for after work drinks and dinner where you can enjoy their menu of classic pub style dishes including burgers, sandwiches, fish and chips or sausage and mash.

Balls Brothers Austin Friars is a relaxed spot on call for whenever the stresses and strains of city life get a bit too in your face. A showcase of style and friendly service, the industrial fittings and open plan kitchen here offer a gentle buzz, as the chefs busy themselves preparing seasonal dishes that change on a daily basis. Great for an informal lunch meeting or dining out with friends in the evening, the venue also offers an exciting array of bold cocktails and superb wines.