Restaurants in England
Tej and Sarina Dhillon own the Modern Coaching Inns group of “modern-vintage” locations, and this Thames Valley restaurant surrounds diners with a refined country pub vibe, paired with a Chop House-style menu loaded with local ingredients.
A short stroll from Soho, Chinatown is home to this cozy Chairman Mao–themed noodle and dumpling house. Szechuan cuisine is served up hot and spicy in dishes like the chili-oil-slick spicy beef noodle soup and dan-dan noodles with preserved vegetables.
This unassuming restaurant in Brixton Market serves what is, arguably, some of the best pizza in all of London. The secrets at Franco Manca is the crust, made from slow-rising sourdough, and the baking method, a wood-burning brick oven.
Located just across Bishop's Bridge Road from the Paddington Tube station, Pearl Liang is one of London’s premiere authentic Chinese restaurants.
Every Sunday morning, historic Columbia Road becomes a colorful, fragrant collage of flower stalls, and in the midst of all the lovely blooms, an equally ambrosial treat awaits: the fresh, blissful bagels of Café Columbia.
The best British bivalves paired with superb wines and ales make Wright Brothers Oyster & Porter House one of the most celebrated seafood spots in London.
Situated in the theatre district, this award-winning Japanese restaurant draws an eclectic, celeb-spotted crowd with its stylish glass-and-wood design, lively atmosphere, and robatayaki cuisine (cooked over an open charcoal grill).
Housed in a 17th-century coach house, this Italian restaurant is part of a large chain with more than 100 locations throughout the United Kingdom. This branch is divided into three parts: a first-floor bar, an upstairs dining room, and an outdoor terrace open during warmer months.
One of London’s most popular chains, this Italian eatery is the only landside restaurant on London Heathrow’s Upper Departure level. Serving breakfast, lunch, and dinner, Carluccio has an extensive menu made with fresh, natural ingredients that come from Italy when possible.
Like so many chefs, Daniel Clifford, owner of the two-Michelin-starred Midsummer House in Cambridge, made his second restaurant a casual place.