Restaurants for Adventure Travelers in London 

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  • 1

    Duck & Waffle

    16 reviews

    What do you think about having dinner at the highest restaurant in the UK? That's what Duck & Waffle is all about! The restaurant is located on the 40th floor of Heron Tower, the 3rd tallest building in the UK ( The restaurant has got it's own entrance just next to the building's main one. From here you can take ...

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  • 2

    Pizza East

    16 reviews

    This is what pizza should be like everywhere. This is a very popular spot but it has plenty of tables. I have not had a bad meal here and I am longing for another one as I write this. I would highly recommend trying the Spicy sausage, mozzarella & tenderstem broccoli. Try this place

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  • 3

    St John Bread & Wine

    9 reviews

    A true nose to tail experience. Pate, hearts, kidneys, terrines, all of the animal and all brilliant and English. I can't imagine a restaurant like this in America and it's just so unique. Be as adventurous or basic as you want to be and your meal will still be a highlight of eating in London. While the bread and wine ...

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  • 4

    Bone Daddies Ramen Bar

    3 reviews

    Despite its cheeky name and Soho location, there’s nothing particularly gay about Bone Daddies—the moniker instead is a nod to the bone-y roots of ramen, at which Bone Daddies excels. Opened in 2012 by former Nobu head chef Ross Shonhan, Bone Daddies is famous for its rock music soundtrack, its frequent long lines, and its superbly delicious ramen, which comes ...

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  • 5


    2 reviews

    Amazing chinese restaurant. You can also check out Ba Shan across this one :)

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  • 6

    The Wolseley

    31 reviews

    When you are visiting London, you must at least once go for high tea, and when you do, the Wolseley is one of the best places to do it. This is London at its finest. They serve amazing finger sandwiches (with the crusts cut off - hoorah!) - cakes, scones with clotted cream (one of the tastiest substances known to ...

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  • 7

    Pret A Manger

    34 reviews

    Great sandwiches and wraps when you're on the go and need something quick. They make good curry potato crisps.

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  • 8

    Busaba Eathai (Wardour Street)

    13 reviews

    Visiting from NYC, we have our fair share of Thai. This was so good, I think we came back about 3 times on our trip! Everything we had was amazing, very cozy place with community tables. Must visit!

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  • 9

    Troia Bar and Restaurant

    3 reviews

    Very very nice soup.. food was nice and light.. try the Chicken Iskandar ...staff are very attentive .. Shisha was okay !

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  • 10

    Dans Le Noir

    3 reviews

    Something to be experienced! Eat in pitch dark and be served by blind waiters. Part of the bill goes to a charity for the aid of the blind.

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  • 11

    Monmouth Coffee Company

    28 reviews

    The best coffee I have had anywhere in the world. If you like espresso drinks, make the effort of stopping by here. The cappuccino is to die for. Its halfway between the British Museum and the Theater District. There is another one in Borough Market.

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    Wagamama (Streatham St)

    35 reviews

    I suggest getting the Katsu Curry Chicken. I had the vegetarian version of the Katsu Curry as well and they were both good. The vegetarian version was made with breaded sweet potato, eggplant, and squash. The sauce is amazing! I love Wagamama. I need to live by one.

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  • 13

    Oxo Tower Restaurant

    29 reviews

    More expensive of the two restaurants. The other is the brasserie. Good but not great new British cuisine. But most people come for the view, which is awesome!

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  • 14


    23 reviews

    The best sushi in London hands down. London is not known for its sushi, but Nobu is the only sushi place in London that can hold its own against a good California sushi restaurant. The scene is upscale, and the crowd decidedly stylish and cool. There are actually 2 Nobus in London. Park Lane is a nicer dining area, with ...

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  • 15

    Hard Rock Cafe

    24 reviews

    It's worth stopping at the original Hard Rock Cafe, the first of the ever-expanding chain, which opened in this former Rolls Royce dealership in the 1970s. To any rock fan, this is a pilgrimage. It has an extensive memorabilia collection, the same great American diner-style food, and the original Eric Clapton guitar he offered to the owners before the Hard ...

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  • 16

    The Book Club

    17 reviews

    The overall venue was not bad, if a bit small and dank. Certainly not the worst bar I've ever been too but not the best either.

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  • 17

    Ottolenghi - Islington

    14 reviews

    After having dined here on a recent trip to London my wife and two children, I am giving this restaurant the highest rating possible. I loved everything about it: local and innovative ingredients; flavorful and healthy small dishes; fun new tastes that even through a Mediterranean lens come out fresh and novel. The atmosphere and service were great too. Interesting ...

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  • 18


    9 reviews

    SUSHISAMBA offers a good Japanese, Brazilian and Peruvian fusion. It is a classic in Chicago that has now arrived in London.

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  • 19


    14 reviews

    My favorite restaurant in London, hands down. Every dish is beautifully presented and very tasty. The atmosphere is super hip, with high ceilings, lacquered wood and lighting that makes it feel intimate even when the place is packed. And the cocktails are great as well. Definitely get a reservation, though, as they fill up weeks in advance.

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  • 20

    The Spaniards Inn

    13 reviews

    This is one of the most amazing pubs in London. Situated on the north end of Hampstead Heath - this pub was built in 1585 (originally as a toll booth). You can feel the age when you are inside - the ceilings are low and slanted. It also has a great garden out back when you get a sunny day ...

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