Restaurants in Great Britain

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Tony Borthwick relocated his Michelin-starred restaurant from the tiny village of Crossmichael to this 38-seat dining room, which opened in December... Read More

A popular take on fish and chips with locations in trendy Spitalfields and Camden, Poppies won the 2014 Best Independent Fish and Chips Restaurant in... Read More

A traditional pub, the Prince Regent features a daily-changing menu that emphasizes fresh ingredients from artisan producers and selected British farms.... Read More

Inside a flamingo-pink building on Stoke Newington Church Street in north London sits one of the best vegetarian restaurants in the city. The original... Read More

Located inside the stylish SoHo Hotel in London’s West End, Refuel invites diners to relax and enjoy tempting modern European cuisine. The main... Read More

For five evenings, the Australian High Commission will play host to dinner guests for a three-course meal inspired by the country’s diverse ingredients.... Read More

The namesake of renowned local chef Martin Wishart, this Michelin one-starred restaurant is housed in an understated building on the bank of the Water... Read More

Set in the bustling Covent Garden district, Rock & Sole Plaice delivers everything one could desire in a traditional chippy: enormous filets of... Read More

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... Read More

Established in 1798, Rules claims to be the oldest restaurant in London. It’s a place where locals like to get their fix of good old-fashioned British... Read More

Afternoon tea may seem more like a female activity than for the guys. But the Sanctum Hotels’ Gentlemen’s Afternoon Tea makes it a bit more macho with a... Read More

This northern-European eatery recommends that you enjoy three dishes from their savory smorgasbord for a light lunch; if you’re famished, it’s better to... Read More

Londoners in the known head to Scott's when they're in the mood for seafood. This Mayfair eatery procures fish and crustaceans from sustainable sources... Read More

Close to Abbey Road, Madame Tussauds, the London Zoo, and Regent’s Park, Seashell is the perfect place to re-charge your batteries over golden cod and... Read More

Could this have been Bertie Wooster’s spiritual home? It’s fun to think of all the lunches he might have enjoyed, only to end in confusion and knots for... Read More

Beef is the order of the day at this historic venue, opposite the working Smithfield cattle market (the only one in London proper). The former 19th... Read More

Now a decade old, this restaurant is for the brave of heart (and stomach). St. John’s chef/owner Fergus Henderson pioneered nose-to-tail cooking at a... Read More

Opened in 2003 across from Spitalfields Market, Bread & Wine is a more casual offshoot of Fergus Henderson and Trevor Gulliver’s St. John Bar ... Read More

Now open in its new location on Bethnal Green Road, fun and funky Story Deli remains one of London’s top spots for flavorful, inventive pizza.... Read More

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