Restaurants in England

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A short walk from Westminster Abbey and the House of Parliament, this modern Indian restaurant was established in the Old Westminster Library in... Read More

Smooth, creamy bliss in a cup warms even the dreariest of London mornings at this coffee shop in East London’s Broadway Market. Opened in... Read More

Specializes in fresh, locally sourced products, such as venison and goat cheese. Read More

This subterranean den at Smithfield Market opens at 6 a.m. to feed a ravenous crowd of butchers and night traders. The kitchen is known for its deviled... Read More

For local steamed mussels, head to BBC chef Rick Stein’s Cornish Arms pub. Read More

These aren't your soggy, day-old gas station doughnuts. Everything at Cross Town is made fresh daily, investing in local, seasonal ingredients wherever... Read More

Tej and Sarina Dhillon own the Modern Coaching Inns group of “modern-vintage” locations, and this Thames Valley restaurant surrounds diners... Read More

Home to aristocrats and artists since 1792, Dean Street Townhouse has history abound. Distinctly British, the décor is elegant and at times formal, with... Read More

The restaurant of this 39-bedroom hotel gives British staples a new twist. The menu’s mince and potatoes is just that, but far from the stuff of school... Read More

The Delaunay has secured the pre-and post-theater set in town. Just minutes from many of its West End venues, the food is high in caliber and character,... Read More

Try the cheese and charcuterie at this well-stocked deli. Read More

With a residency at the Old Truman Brewery in the East End of London and a name that comes from the Distrito Federal in Mexico City, DF/Mexico will be... Read More

One of the hottest tickets of last year, this restaurant has caused endless confusion for Londoners making plans. “Want to come to DINNER?” “We are... Read More

This duo of Bombay café-inspired eateries puts a new twist on Indian food. Their specialty, Lamb Ranna Bun, can be traced to a battlefield feast given... Read More

A 17th-century pub that serves excellent beer and steak and ale pie. Read More

Rich wood paneling, cozy hidden nooks, occasional live music, and stacks of board games all cultivate a uniquely welcoming vibe at this landmark pub in... Read More

A much-loved restaurant in London’s Islington neighborhood, Duke of Cambridge is an all-organic gastropub and the first and only one to be... Read More

Notting Hill's E&O remains a fashionable reservation more than 10 years after opening. The Pan-Asian food is light and flavorful, the menu diverse ... Read More

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