Uli has become one of the favourite small plate restaurants in London for its curated menu of Asian small plates includes star dishes such as wok-fried daikon cakes, spicy scallops, shredded chilli beef, and pan-fried teryaki black cod with asparagus, giving you all the vibrant flavours the continent has to offer.
The Best Small Plates In London
Small plates are quickly becoming a favourite way to dine in London. Whether you're looking to share with friends, bond on a date night or you're just too darn indecisive, they're perfect for spreading across a table and diving in. While tapas will always have a place in our hearts, there’s plenty of dishes from around the world to sample, from Italian cicchetti to Middle Eatsern mezze, graze your way across continents with our guide to small plates in London.
From lamb sliders and tuna tartare to enoki mushroom arancini and fresh butterhead salad, the unique selection of small plates on offer at XR is enough to keep you occupied for hours.
Fodder will be taking up residence at Brixton's cosy cocktail bar Shrub and Shutter from Wednesday right through to Saturday. Their small plate menu has sustainability at its heart, using lesser-known ingredients to create delicious zero-waste plates such as pigeon offal yakitori and salt-baked baby celeriac with walnut, chanterelle, wild rocket and three-corner leek.
With a menu that includes small plates like sea bream ceviche and steak tartare alongside fish pies and pulled pork mac and cheese, you won't go hungry at Comptoir Cafe & Wine. Wash it all down with a fabulous selection of vino available by the glass and bottle.
Searching for authentic Indian small plates? Head to the West End and feast on tapas-inspired dishes at Roti Chai. The restaurant's casual dining space takes inspiration the street hawkers, roadside cafes and railway stations of the sub-continent with its innovate take on traditional cuisine.
This Mediterranean-inspired restaurant is a glamorous haunt boasting a menu of Spanish and Italian small plates, alongside signature Mexican and Peruvian offerings from sister sites Monmouth Kitchen and Leicester Square Kitchen. Signature dishes include their deliciously dainty tacos, jamon and machego croquettas and chilli panko tiger prawns.
Located within a former power station, don't be deceived by this imposing 9000 sq.ft venue, the small plates here are as good as any cosy independent nook. With offerings such as clam, nduja and cider linguine, and smoked tomatoes served with burrata and basil oil, the focus at Wild by Tart is on sustainable local produce and the highest quality ingredients.
This gorgeous wine bar and bottle shop not only serves stunning dynamic wines from unique producers, but it also happens to dish up some particularly impressive small plates. Swing by to sip on refreshing drinks paired expertly with fresh cheese plates, cured meats and more.
If you're looking for small plates that really make your mouth water, head south of the river where Three Little Birds is serving up a menu of Jamaican-inspired bites like honey-jerk salmon and codfish fritters, as well as, desserts and rum cocktails to boot.
Bottles is a perfect date night restaurant for its stunning collection of fine wines and tasty food offering, courtesy of Sood Kitchen. Using seasonal produce, fresh ingredients and encouraging a zero-waste policy, these small plates combine conscious cooking with sublime flavours.
Ceviche is an award-winning restaurant, art gallery and live music venue bringing guests delicious dishes inspired by the Peruvian coastline. The menu includes classic ceviche made with seabass, sweet potato and choclo corn, as well as Tuna Nikkei and king prawns with candied kumquat and rocoto tiger's milk.
A Mayfair restaurant that draws in some of London's biggest socialites, MNKY HSE also aren't shy a small plate or three. From beef brisket tacos to Latino plates brimming with British produce, you're sure a unique dining experience.
A powder pink restaurant where the chefs love to play, Omar's Place is a unique sharing plates restaurant in London where Mediterranean dishes are colourful and unique, and perfect for teasing between one another. One recommendation? The Mallorcan sausage with crispy carasau bread.
Churning out some of London's most renowned Indian small plates in the heart of a shipping container in Pop Brixton, Kricket are here to impress with their loyal flavours and unique restaurant setting. They're also in Soho should you find yourself in the heart of the city.