Restaurants in England

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it’s a wood-beamed but mercifully unkitschy English pub that’s less than an hour by train from London, in the Berkshire countryside near... Read More

Although this pub becomes exceptionally busy during the Columbia Road flower market held every Sunday, the Royal Oak is also bustling every other day of... Read More

Established in 1798, Rules claims to be the oldest restaurant in London. It’s a place where locals like to get their fix of good old-fashioned British... Read More

The doors first opened in 1984 here, and the formula has remained fairly consistent ever since. Sally Clarke has traveled the world and takes influence... Read More

Central London’s Salt Yard is a trendy restaurant and bar celebrating the Spanish tapas tradition. Chef Ben Tish’s men features an array of... Read More

Afternoon tea may seem more like a female activity than for the guys. But the Sanctum Hotels’ Gentlemen’s Afternoon Tea makes it a bit more macho with a... Read More

This northern-European eatery recommends that you enjoy three dishes from their savory smorgasbord for a light lunch; if you’re famished, it’s better to... Read More

Londoners in the known head to Scott's when they're in the mood for seafood. This Mayfair eatery procures fish and crustaceans from sustainable sources... Read More

Close to Abbey Road, Madame Tussauds, the London Zoo, and Regent’s Park, Seashell is the perfect place to re-charge your batteries over golden cod and... Read More

A resplendent 13-foot alligator designed by Frank Gehry scales the wall at the latest restaurant from Richard Caring's Caprice Holdings group. Art is an... Read More

Housed in the Gothic-style Holborn Hall, formerly the St. Giles Library, this Shanghainese restaurant combines the aesthetics of a clubby cocktail... Read More

Even the most critical bivalve buffs agree that you haven’t had scallops until you’ve tasted the fresh, plump specimens caught by... Read More

Could this have been Bertie Wooster’s spiritual home? It’s fun to think of all the lunches he might have enjoyed, only to end in confusion and knots for... Read More

Sketch is far from a simple place to come and dine. French master chef Pierre Gagnaire and restaurateur Mazouz created the space in a historic Mayfair... Read More

Beef is the order of the day at this historic venue, opposite the working Smithfield cattle market (the only one in London proper). The former 19th... Read More

There’s a story behind the cured ham Stephen Harris serves at his seaside pub on the pebbly Kent coast. “We’re not the archetypal... Read More

Everything about the aesthetic of Skye Gyngell's latest food venture Spring is enviable. The décor is crisp, clean, and white, yet it still manages to... Read More

Vegetarians need not read further. Housed in a whitewashed old smokehouse near Smithfield meat market, St. John couldn’t be called a gastropub.... Read More

Now a decade old, this restaurant is for the brave of heart (and stomach). St. John’s chef/owner Fergus Henderson pioneered nose-to-tail cooking at a... Read More

Opened in 2003 across from Spitalfields Market, Bread & Wine is a more casual offshoot of Fergus Henderson and Trevor Gulliver’s St. John Bar ... Read More

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