Restaurants in England

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Just outside St. James Gardens, El Burrito serves crowd-pleasing burritos, tacos, quesadillas, and nachos to be washed down with fresh jugos or ice-cold... Read More

Open for more than a century, this authentic mash and pie shop was established in 1900 to serve traveling shepherds. Today, the family-run eatery... Read More

Celebrity chef Jamie Oliver’s phenomenally popular restaurant forged a new, anti-Michelin style of cooking because of its simplicity. Dedicated to... Read More

Hidden behind an unassuming door just off Charlotte Street in Fitzrovia, this subterranean sensation from acclaimed restaurateurs Sam and Eddie Hart is... Read More

Travel back in time to the early 20th century at Fischers restaurant up at the Regent’s Park-end of Marylebone High Street. Open for breakfast, lunch,... Read More

Her Majesty, The Queen opened the redecorated Diamond Jubilee Tea Salon at Fortnum & Mason—she gets her loose tea from here—in 2012. Services at the... Read More

“Hops & chops, cuvées & duvets” is the overly cute motto of the otherwise note-perfect Fox & Anchor, a Victorian pub in... Read More

This unassuming restaurant in Brixton Market serves what is, arguably, some of the best pizza in all of London. The secrets at Franco Manca is the crust... Read More

Opened in 2002 at the Hackney City Farm, Frizzante Café serves rustic Italian cuisine using fresh seasonal ingredients from local farms. Popular... Read More

Satisfy guilty cravings at this quick, old-school chippy in Bloomsbury where all the fresh fish and thick, slightly tender chips are fried in savory... Read More

Michelin-pedigree brothers Chris and Jeff Galvin began their restaurant empire with this classic French bistrot in picturesque Marylebone. Now an... Read More

Originally opened in 1939, Geales is a traditional fish and chips restaurant (affectionately known as a “fish and chippy”) that uses... Read More

Upon entering Sketch, patrons feel as if they’ve fallen down the rabbit’s hole into a charmingly bizarre fantasyland of neon lights, quirky... Read More

When it comes to fish and chips in London, locals and in-the-know tourists agree: the Golden Hind does it best. Set in the quaint neighborhood of... Read More

Come 9 p.m. on Saturday night in Soho, it’s time to soak up some of that booze with Scottish fish from sustainable waters fried in house-made beer. Here... Read More

Now the owner of more than 20 restaurants on four continents, celebrity chef Gordon Ramsay opened this namesake eatery in 2001 inside Claridge... Read More

Britain’s famous bad-boy chef fine dining outpost is a smart stop if you have a lengthy layover (Suffolk pork belly with apple compote, perhaps)... Read More

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