Restaurants in England

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Hot on the heels of cheap-chic eatery Wagamama is another affordable (and decidedly better) Asian diner from the same owner: Alan “Hakkasan”... Read More

This London haunt, located in Battersea, is part butcher shop, part restaurant. Inside, the telltale butcher counter displays fresh cuts of Highland... Read More

The first United Kingdom-based Vietnamese tea and coffee supplier, Ca Phe VN is open every Saturday at Hackney’s Broadway Market. Run by husband... Read More

Every Sunday morning, historic Columbia Road becomes a colorful, fragrant collage of flower stalls, and in the midst of all the lovely blooms, an... Read More

The Persian dishes at this lovely café are made with fresh and locally sourced ingredients. A perpetual standout is the tachin—a saffron rice cake... Read More

The Cambio del Tercio group is a budding empire, with its ham and sherry bar, gin and tonic bar, tapas and paella outpost, smaller tapas bar, and more... Read More

At this Spitalfields neighborhood eatery, tradition has never been tastier thanks to chef Cass Titcombe and his talented team. The original of what... Read More

Home of the famous foie gras toastie, this cozy neighborhood pub has been a longtime landmark in South London and, although rich plum red paint and... Read More

One of London’s most popular chains, this Italian eatery is the only landside restaurant on London Heathrow’s Upper Departure level. Serving... Read More

This excellent Italian restaurant chain has an especially pleasant branch hidden behind Oxford Street in pretty St. Christopher’s Place. Just a two... Read More

This popular stop serves fine caviar and other delicacies of the sea, such as Balik salmon, which is smoked in the Swiss Alps using a 25-step, 150-year... Read More

Order the quail curry at this hip and gently priced London Vietnamese joint that can easily rival the best in Saigon. For $35 a head, the kitchen wows... Read More

Formerly the general manager of Venice’s renowned Cipriani restaurant, Enzo Cecconi moved to London in 1978 to open his own Italian... Read More

Thanks to this group's outposts in Soho to Old Street in the city's East End, as well as a spot in Kingly Court, Peruvian food is quickly picking up... Read More

The longest champagne bar on the European continent, located inside the St. Pancras International railway station, features a superb selection of... Read More

Michael and Sarah Bedford run the no-frills Chef’s Table. From its open kitchen come classic dishes such as moules marinières and pork... Read More

It’s hard to remember the last time a new restaurant had so much buzz as Chiltern Firehouse. It’s an excitement that hasn’t been seen in a while,... Read More

Authentic Chinese gourmet served in an opulent, often celeb-studded setting makes China Tang a popular spot for special occasions. Located in the... Read More

Inspired by the belief that there is no such thing as an all-encompassing “Indian cuisine,” this casual Soho eatery serves an... Read More

Casual (order from the bar) but with a sophisticated menu, this gastropub serves both posh and humble locals alike. Read More

Winner of the London Restaurant Award for Indian restaurant of the year, this upscale eatery first opened in Chelsea in 1990. Illuminated by glass... Read More

A bit of Spain in the heart of London, Cigala was inspired by the owner’s mother, who lived in Granada for 30 years. A passion for Spanish food... Read More

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