Restaurants in England

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-old process favored by the Imperial Court of Russia.

it’s a wood-beamed but mercifully unkitschy English pub that’s less than an hour by train from London, in the Berkshire countryside near Windsor Castle. The updated British cooking, by chef Dominic Chapman, is straightforward and features superb produce.

A surprisingly light space within the cavernous crypt of St. Paul's Cathedral, this highly acclaimed restaurant is easily one of the most quintessentially British places to enjoy lunch or traditional afternoon tea.

Located on the seventh floor of London’s famed Tate Modern gallery, the Tate Modern Restaurant features a menu of dishes created from seasonal ingredients.

A short walk from Westminster Abbey and the House of Parliament, this modern Indian restaurant was established in the Old Westminster Library in 2001.

From the same owners as Michelin-starred Club Gascon, basement-level Le Cercle serves modern French cuisine in tapas-size portions. Sheer, floor-length draperies add privacy to the booth seating and elegance to the main dining room.

The Harwood Arms is a classic London gastropub that specializes in serving fresh, seasonal, and authentic British fare. Inside, a random collection of black-and-white photographs hangs from the gray-toned walls, and distressed wooden tables fill the cozy space.

The prix fixe lunch is wonderful at this white-tablecloth restaurant in Fairford.

Hidden behind an unassuming door just off Charlotte Street in Fitzrovia, this subterranean sensation from acclaimed restaurateurs Sam and Eddie Hart is adored for its scrumptious Spanish tapas as well as its fabulous bar menu that reads like an enticing novel.

Located in London’s Covent Garden Hotel, Brasserie Max is somewhat of a celebrity haunt, and with good reason.

Set on the bank of the Thames, this renowned French restaurant is the only establishment in the United Kingdom to hold three Michelin stars for more than 25 years. Originally opened in 1972 by Michel and Albert Roux, the Waterside Inn is now operated by Michel’s son Alain.

A restored circa-1880 pub, this Shoreditch restaurant and lounge is where London's beautiful and moneyed sup.