Mediterranean Restaurants In London
Do you salivate over stuffed peppers? Regularly suffer from a hankering for some hummus? With cuisines from the South of France to the Grecian coast, Mediterranean food in London is a many-flavoured thing. Read our recommendations for some of the best Mediterranean restaurants in London and go sate your appetite.
If the views of Barbican Lakeside weren't enough, the modern Italian cuisine on offer at Osteria will evoke the flavours of a Mediterranean coastline. With a three-course set lunch for under £20 a head, alongside their a la carte and pre-theatre menus, this central London Mediterranean restaurant is perfect for all occasions.
The Oak SW12 is a charming bar and restaurant in Battersea with a neighbourhood feel, stylish decor and impressive views of the dock. Join them for a boozy brunch, fresh lunch or romantic dinner and explore their menu of seasonal Mediterranean classics.
Serving some of the best Mediterranean food in South London, Bellefields channels sleek seaside vibes with its colourful walls, rattan furniture and mouthwatering menu. From fresh seafood to handmade pasta and succulent cuts of prime steak, this restaurant is sure to impress.
Prepare for a taste of the Mediterranean right here in London as El Pirata cooks a feast of paella, tapas, seafood and all the traditional plates. To top it all off, there's also a stellar wine list and gorgeous terrace for outdoor dining.
A stone's throw from London's Leicester Square, Salvadore and Amanda is a popular Spanish restaurant serving up great food and live Flamenco shows. Brooding and intimate, the menu offers a wide tapas selection as well as more Mediterranean-inspired dishes such as tuna steak and stuffed Piquillo peppers.
Located just a short walk away from Borough Market, Arthur Hooper's is a contemporary restaurant, serving the best in Mediterranean cuisine and wine. Expect high quality cured meats, cheese and fresh pasta dishes, with a heated terrace in the summer months.
Looking for something a little different? Head east where Liban Tapas is cooking up a modern menu of Lebanese dishes with distinctive Mediterranean and French twists. With a Parisian terrace, there's even the perfect spot for shisha and cocktails after dinner.
From the team behind the acclaimed Salt Yard, comes this Covent Garden restaurant and bar. Often hosting pop-ups and some of London's best chefs, you'll find a two-storey tapas eatery, offering up tasty treats and delicious drinks for meat-eaters and plant-based diners alike.
Fronting a state-of-the-art charcoal grill, this gorgeous Soho restaurant cooks up a Mediterranean storm. From smoked bream carpaccio to pork belly with a Basque cider glaze, you'll have more than enough options to pair with one of their excellent cocktails.
This fine dining restaurant in the West End is one of the best places to eat Mediterranean food. Blending their dishes with French influences, Whitcomb's will have you feasting on the likes of filet de sole, poussin au citron and filet mignon in an elegant setting.
Located just a short walk away from Greenwich Park, The Hill is a contemporary Mediterranean style eatery serving a selection of tapas small plates with a Latin American twist. Decorated with warm terracotta walls and charming wooden furnishings, this is the perfect cosy spot for a midweek dinner.
Head over to Rupert Street where Horvada is bringing you a delicious taste of Mediterranean. Tuck into a range of Greek and Turkish-inspired dishes, alongside some delicious cocktails that will no doubt keep you going until their excellent DJs and live artists turn up to turn on the music.
Bringing a slice of Spain to east London, this Canary Wharf restaurant is the perfect spot for a flavoursome meal. Got a hankering for tasty seafood or delicious vegetables? Head to Iberica where you'll find all that and more, set across two floors.
Executive Chef Christos Siomadis takes the helm of this fiend dining restaurant in Paddington, showcasing the exciting flavours of Europe and blending them with innovative cooking techniques. His favourite Mediterranean-inspired dish? The halibut, black ravioli with tiger prawn mousse.