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 an many-flavoured thing. Read our recommendations for some of the best Mediterranean restaurants in London and go sate your appetite.
Last updated on 5th April 2018
Housed inside a former bank, this Southern Italian restaurant on Kingsland Road offers one of London's finest tastes of the Mediterranean. Prawn spaghetti and watermelon salad are just a couple of the mouthwatering dishes to sample in this buzzing restaurant on one of London's oldest roads.
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.
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.
No stranger to the London's Mediterranean restaurant scene, Camino has no less than six London restaurants offering delicious tapas and cocktails. It's most recently opened Bankside location is no different - a great casual dining experience for lunch, dinner and anything in between.
This great Mediterranean restaurant in East London is one of Dalston's best kept secrets. Open for breakfast, lunch and dinner, you can stop in for a long meal or even just to grab something from the deli counter.
This Mediterranean restaurant in Mayfair is the place to go for Lebanese tapas. Serving up traditional Lebanese cuisine, with meat cooked over a charcoal grill, it's also vegetarian and vegan friendly, offering tabbouleh and falafel sharing platters and more halloumi than the body can handle.