Restaurants in England

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The menu of French-born Darroze’s two-star Michelin restaurant is based around fresh ingredients from handpicked suppliers whose names are printed on... Read More

The menu is fluid with small plates and main portions, but not necessarily starters and mains; it's designed for sharing and sampling. The fare changes... Read More

This kebab shop on the Stoke Newington strip serves authentic Turkish food in a casual environment. Although the walls are decorated with reliefs of... Read More

Located in the heart of the Kings Cross area, Acorn House is a "green" restaurant from executive head chef Arthur Potts Dawson. The restaurant’s... Read More

London’s most refined Lebanese restaurant. Refreshingly stripped of Arabian Nights clichés, the understated earth-toned room caters to the... Read More

The celebrated chef's Mayfair Park restaurant has earned three Michelin Stars since opening in 2008. The contemporary dining room has a neutral creamy... Read More

The prix fixe lunch is wonderful at this white-tablecloth restaurant in Fairford. Read More

Run by the same owners as Chutney Mary and Verraswamy, the United Kingdom's oldest Indian restaurant, Amaya, has earned one Michelin star for its... Read More

One of the most iconic bars in the world where the Queen Mother would have a late morning Gin and It: It being Dubonnet. Winston Churchill would come in... Read More

This very well may be central London’s most romantic restaurant. A far cry from the sleek, über-designed spaces of most new spots, this is a... Read More

Situated directly on the river Thames, this traditional pub is housed in a historic building, parts of which date back to the 14th century. A small dock... Read More

From what was once a strange, rather cumbersome looking place near Oxford Street, The Langham Hotel is now the epitome of elegance.  Here, some of... Read More

Deliberately downscale amid the tony spots of Mayfair, this bistro-diner will be eerily familiar to New Yorkers, since its design and menu make it a... Read More

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... Read More

If central London’s crowded bars aren’t your thing, head for the hipster zone of Shoreditch and Bar Kick.  A lengthy Happy Hour, matches screened... Read More

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