Restaurants in England
The six-restaurant chain's original Belgravia location offers up Noura's modern Lebanese cuisine in a contemporary environment. Dark wood furniture is complimented by shades of tan and white.
A more casual offshoot of Pied à Terre, this Michelin one-starred restaurant in Marylebone serves French cuisine in a relaxed atmosphere.
The restaurant is worshiped by fish fanatics.
There’s always something on the menu made with Stichelton cheese.
Hidden behind the soaring walls of an old Victorian school playground in residential Shoreditch lies a small converted bike shed housing Rochelle Canteen, a cafe made all the more magical by its secretive location and almost imperceptible buzzer entrance.
Authentic Chinese gourmet served in an opulent, often celeb-studded setting makes China Tang a popular spot for special occasions.
Located on the north side of the Thames, this restaurant is one of three components that comprise the larger Wapping Project.
Named after the first all-metal passenger airplane, this retro gastropub features burnt-orange velvet banquettes, antique-trunk tables, and expansive glass walls.
This London haunt, located in Battersea, is part butcher shop, part restaurant. Inside, the telltale butcher counter displays fresh cuts of Highland Farms beef and lamb, and the Ian Wilmott artwork depicts classic scenes of historic Smithfield market, where meat has been sold for some 800 years.
Even the most critical bivalve buffs agree that you haven’t had scallops until you’ve tasted the fresh, plump specimens caught by Shellseekers owner Darren Brown no more than four hours earlier.
Designed in mauve, burgundy and shimmering gold hues, this fine dining favorite in the Haymarket Hotel is a study in modern luxury and secluded serenity, despite its location in the bustling West End.