Restaurants In Central London

Few cities can claim a buzz quite like Central London does, from its experiences and its pop-ups to its shopping. So how about its dining? From Michelin stars near Oxford Circus to burger restaurants in Soho, we're bringing you the best when it comes to Central London restaurants, no matter your budget, favourite cuisine or flavour.

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Last updated on 29th April 2024




Shanghai Noir

SHANGHAI NOIR SET MENU -3 Courses · £35 per perso and 1 other offer

A stunning Indo-Chinese Brasserie located in the Grade II listed old Westminster Fire Station, Shanghai Noir is a 1930s-inspired sultry spot covered in dark furnishings, ornate chandeliers and Asian-style artwork. In this classy eatery, tuck into a small plates-based menu of sesame garlic shrimp, Desi chow mein noodles and kung pao mushrooms, paired with refined cocktails like the lychee-infused White Dragon.

Prelude By Oriole

Building up the anticipation for their permanent reopening later this year, Prelude by Oriole is a speakeasy-style pop-up giving us a little taste of things to come. Situated in Covent Garden, this sophisticated spot promises live piano music every single night, as well as a selection of delicious Nikkei-inspired small plates such as oysters with chilli, chickpea chips dipped in aioli or roasted pumpkin. While sharing these tasty bites, sip all sorts of premium spirits and cocktails - we recommend the Agua Blanca for whisky lovers.

Miro

Situated in Mayfair, Miro offers a unique fine dining experience. Not only is it beautifully designed, with neon signs, intimate lighting and quirky wall fixtures, but it also boasts quite the menu. Think Wagyu ribeye steaks, roast bone marrow brulee and a salted popcorn souffle.

The MAINE Mayfair

A New England Brasserie with a bucketload of style, The MAINE Mayfair is as stunning as it is exceptional in the kitchen. Make your way over for droolworthy dishes, from Dover sole to sirloin steaks, whether enjoyed as a candle-lit supper or with mates and entertainment.

Walkers of Whitehall

Visitors to Walkers of Whitehall will certainly be impressed by both the restaurants ambience and decor. As soon as you step through the door, the sleek, simple furnishings and tranquil painted walls gives the entire venue a refreshing feel. Adding to that, the diverse food menu is made up of both exqusite brunch dishes and brilliant dinner treats. Why not sample the Cumin Leg of Lamb or the bavette Steak served with chimichurri at this cosy resturant in the heart of Westminster. 

Arros QD

If you're hunting for Fitzrovia restaurants, ArrosQD is just the place. This Spanish fine dining spot combines fire cooking techniques with Valencian classics and swanky interiors. Better yet? There's a range of tasting menus to suit different budgets and level of indulgence.

Bocconcino Soho

2/3 Course Italian Lunch from £26

If you're looking for indulgent Italian eats in gorgeous surrounds, then make your way to Bocconcino Soho, found on Great Marlborough Street. This decadent spot is full of marble and quirky design, as well as a menu full of Mediterranean goodness. We're talking aubergine parmigiana, truffle and prawn ravioli or wild boar tagliatelle, and if you swing by at lunchtime then you can even bag three courses for £29.

Best Iberica Restaurants in London

Looking for tapas in Central London? From Farringdon to Victoria, you can get your Spanish fix in a variety of Iberica restaurants. What they do have in common, though, is gorgeous interiors and a lineup of grub that'll keep you coming back for more.

Tuttons Restaurant

Covent Garden boasts a stunning lineup of restaurants; none finer than the long-standing Tuttons. Situated on the eastside of the piazza, and looking out across the bustle of the famous markets, this is a place for classic English fare featuring seasonal dishes and traditional fare. It's open from breakfast right through until the evening and makes for a great spot to relax away from the markets themselves.

Inamo Covent Garden

Unlimited Asian tapas & sushi with free-flowing wine or beer £44.95 per person and 2 other offers

A trip to Inamo is akin to being warped into the future - here, you'll order your dishes via a sleek digital menu and you'll be kept entertained as you wait by the table-top-projected playful fishes. But this isn't just a techno-drenched gimmick, Inamo serve up some of the best Asian cuisine in London. Gorge on a menu of authentic dishes, from sushi & sashimi to Black Cod in Spicy Miso. 

Greyhound Cafe

Located just minutes from Oxford Street, this striking spot is home to mouthwatering Thai dishes, friendly service and impressive drinks. The first London outpost from the popular Asian eatery, Greyhound Cafe is the perfect place for everything from after-work drinks to weekend brunch.