Restaurants in England
Glass walls overlook Canada Square Park and Canary Wharf’s towering skyscrapers at this modern French restaurant located on the fourth floor of Canada Place. A private lift opens onto the two-part restaurant, which contains a main dining room and a more casual bar and grill.
First designed as a luxury car showroom for the Wolseley Motors Company, this cavernous Art Deco building now houses an all-day brasserie frequented by both tourists and local celebrities.
A traditional pub, the Prince Regent features a daily-changing menu that emphasizes fresh ingredients from artisan producers and selected British farms.
At this experimental East End eatery, adventurous foodies savor a surprise-stocked trip across the globe courtesy of fearlessly creative Portuguese chef Nuno Mendes.
Set in the bustling Covent Garden district, Rock & Sole Plaice delivers everything one could desire in a traditional chippy: enormous filets of fresh cod fried in a light, crispy batter and thick chips that are crunchy on the outside and bursting with fluffy, buttery potato on the inside.
Inside the Connaught hotel, distinguished chef Hélène Darroze’s second restaurant serves French haute cuisine. Designed by India Mahdavi, the interior features Edwardian wood-paneling and gold furniture.
Gordon Ramsay's new gastropub merges his signature bad-boy image with eclectic British eating.
Started by a cofounder of fast-but-good-for-you food chain Pret A Manger, Itsu serves sushi fresh off the conveyer belt, Asian-inspired dishes for the health-conscious (try the vitamin-rich Dynamite broth—miso soup infused with lime juice and ginger water—if you need to detox), and plane-friendly
The first Chinese restaurant awarded a Michelin star, this upscale eatery is now an international chain with outposts in New York, Miami, Mumbai, and the Middle East.