Restaurants in England

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This Borough Market deli, whose name means "mouthwatering" in French, lives up to its alluring appellation with a smorgasbord of foodie-approved treats.... Read More

After a massive falling out with his former mentor Gordon Ramsay, Marcus Wareing is now one of London’s hottest chefs. His recently opened restaurant at... Read More

Inside the five-star Berkeley Hotel in Knightsbridge sits the equally luxurious, Michelin two-starred Marcus Wareing restaurant. Designer David Collins... Read More

With a history dating back to 1931, this family-owned Italian ice cream parlor and restaurant has decades of experience in its craft as evinced by the... Read More

The Islington location of this seven-brasserie Indian food chain has an outdoor food court and an interior with eye-catching murals by tribal artists.... Read More

Perfect for a quick lunchtime curry, the seven locations of Masala Zone were voted the Most Popular Restaurant Group featuring Indian street food in... Read More

This beloved inn in the coastal village of Branscombe (below), just across the Devon/Dorset border, has gradually earned a reputation for excellent pub... Read More

This joint draws a funky younger crowd keen to sample exciting cocktails in this speakeasy-style basement bar. Enter via a ‘secret’ passageway covered... Read More

A hybrid of French and Asian cooking with an emphasis on sushi and sashimi, Maze is a buzz-worthy dining experience with impeccable service. The tasting... Read More

Knives slice through Wagyu beef like butter at this casually elegant eatery from celeb chef Gordon Ramsey. Located in Mayfair’s Marriott Grosvenor... Read More

A new kitchen and the introduction of a private dinning room, the “Chef’s Library,” move this restaurant, founded in 1967, firmly into the modern era.... Read More

A secret tearoom sits just inside legendary perfumer Lyn Harris’ flagship store in Westminster. Just to the left of the entrance, the Miller... Read More

Blissful breakfasts, midday light bites and deliciously daring dinner creations await patrons at this exciting eatery from chef Anna Hansen. Housed in... Read More

Hidden down a serene cobbled road behind Regent Street, this 12-year-old North African eatery beguiles the senses with the exoticism and extravagance of... Read More

Located in Borough Market, this renowned coffee shop is an offshoot of the Covent Garden original established in 1978. Often lauded at the best in... Read More

Haggis—the Scottish dish made of sheep innards and traditionally sealed up sausage-style in the stomach—challenges many palates even in its... Read More

Moro is proof that a restaurant does not need to be a new hot thing to be worth visiting time and time again. It opened in 1997 and remains a stalwart.... Read More

Housed in the National Gallery, this elegant restaurant is renowned for serving culinary masterpieces as artful as the famous paintings displayed in the... Read More

Claiming to be the oldest Indian restaurant in Brick Lane, this stalwart was here way before hipsters moved to East London (now they visit for an Indian... Read More

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