Restaurants in Great Britain

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The chalkboard menu changes with the day's catches at this scenic, nautically themed spot on the bustling waterfront. Loch Fyne oysters are a briny... 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

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

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

From the moment you pass through the glossy black-and-white exterior of Ramsay’s eponymous flagship (there are almost two dozen others worldwide),... Read More

Established in 1890, this is the oldest wine bar in London. Once upon a time, Samuel Pepys and Rudyard Kipling lived above the shop, so to speak. Today,... Read More

From the creators of the famed London gastropub Anchor & Hope comes this eatery in Covent Garden. The no-frills interior includes red-hued walls and... Read More

In the middle of Greenwich's busy Royal Hill area, The Union blends traditional pub trappings with a foward-thinking approach to food and brews. Inside,... Read More

Combining traditional Indian cooking with British ingredients, and featuring a menu of cocktails infused with Asian spices, Gymkhana has been a game... Read More

Order briny Loch Harport oysters on the half shell. Read More

Originally opened in Ludlow in 1997, Hibiscus relocated to London in 2000 and is still collecting a sizable amount of buzz. The restaurant is the... Read More

Gerard Basset, co-founder of England’s Hotel du Vin (11 wine-focused properties), opened his luxe new hotel and restaurant in the New Forest near... Read More

The traditional pub concept meets Thai at this Covent Garden spot. Formerly Devonshire Arms, the pub maintains some of its roots with British fare... Read More

For gourmet fish and chips, J. Sheekey is the place to dine. Situated in the heart of the theater district, it’s not uncommon to see Emma Thompson and... Read More

When Oliver decided to take fifteen unemployed youths and teach them how to cook on television, he looked like he had bitten off more than he could chew... Read More

Bringing luxury to the masses, well if they can afford it, this pop-up dining experience will be open to the public from September 3-7 on the South Bank... Read More

Located on a quiet residential street in the High Street Kensington district, Launceston Place sits inside a historic 1839 building that was once part... Read More

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