Restaurants in West End
Inspired by the belief that food should “taste good and do you good,” Leon is an ever-growing local chain of award-winning cafés that revolutionized the definition of “fast food.” At this Carnaby Street location, the bright interior has vintage books scattered about as well as a lively world musi
In the heart of Covent Garden, J Sheekey has been known for its fresh fish, oysters, and shellfish for more than 100 years. Tucked away on St. Martin’s Court, the restaurant is surrounded by theaters, making it a popular place for pre- and post-show bites.
A more casual offshoot of Pied à Terre, this Michelin one-starred restaurant in Marylebone serves French cuisine in a relaxed atmosphere.
Located just off Baker Street in the West End, Trishna brings Londoners the flavors of southwest India inspired by its sister restaurant in Mumbai. Created by B3 Designers, the minimalist interior features exposed brickwork, smoked oak, glass, and tumbled marble.
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 recipient of two Michelin stars, and with its menu of sophisticated French cuisine, the accolades are well deserved.
Located in London’s Sanderson Hotel, Suka is a chic eatery serving Malaysian cuisine prepared with a European flair.