Restaurants for Outdoor Enthusiasts in London 

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  • 1

    Inn the Park

    3 reviews

    We were lucky enough to be led to this very special little haven by a pair of black swans, seems like they know a good hangout when they see one. This stunning wooden café restaurant nestles perfectly into the beautiful St James’ park, and is the prettiest place for afternoon tea, lunch or weekend breakfast (and dinners come Summer) that ...

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  • 2

    The Brown Dog

    3 reviews

    Lovely little pub / bistro. Bring your own dog or just enjoy everyone else's whilst you sit by the open fire.

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  • 3

    Lido Cafe

    3 reviews

    Nice cafe overlooking the Serpentine. Menu with basic confort food but good quality and ideal for a late afternoon visit to Hyde Park.

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  • 4

    Pret A Manger

    34 reviews

    Fresh food and reasonable prices. We ate lunch here more often than I would like to admit!

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  • 5

    The Wolseley

    31 reviews

    A visit to the Wolseley is a must The location is a restored luxury car showroom from the 1920s. This place has fantastic atmosphere and very good food -- a mix of British, Continental and American. We went for brunch and loved it though I'm sure it is good at other times as well.

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  • 6

    Monmouth Coffee Company

    28 reviews

    Perhaps London's best coffee - they also have a branch in the city centre. Be sure to explore the surrounding Borough Markets.

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  • 7

    Wahaca - Covent Garden

    14 reviews

    Love this place. Vibrant atmosphere if you can put up with the queues! And if you do, get a moijito.

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  • 8

    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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  • 9

    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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  • 10

    Oxo Tower Restaurant

    29 reviews

    Some work colleagues and I dined at the restaurant awhile ago after a fairly intense work day, punctuated by the fact that some of us had arrived the same day from the States and really just wanted a good night's rest. But who can resist this view? And in an classy (albeit expensive) island away from the hordes. It was ...

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  • 11

    Brixton Village

    9 reviews

    One of the coolest places to eat, browse and Instagram in London. Funky little eateries, vintage shops and Caribbean grocers

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  • 12

    Nobu - Berkeley St

    3 reviews

    Who knew sashimi (one of my favorite foods) could taste *this* good? With a dozen types of dishes on the menu (salads, mini sushi tacos, hot dishes), you'll have taste buds tickled you didn't even know you had.

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  • 13

    The Providores and Tapa Room

    Really cool and cozy restaurant. It is quite a happening brunch place. They have a large menu selection and I am glad I chose the Turkish Changa eggs. It is not like anything I have tried before. Two poached eggs rest on a thick bed of yogurt and everything is drenched in red chilly oil. Never would have dreamed about ...

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  • 14

    Duck Soup

    6 reviews

    One of the best places to eat in the West End: groovy, interesting wines, cosy, small plates with ingredients you've never tried before (watermelon radish?) but are destined to love. On second thought, don't come as there's not much room anyway...

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  • 15

    Duck & Waffle

    15 reviews

    This is a 24-hour restaurant that serves good food. Need I say more?! It is a sister restaurant of Sushi Samba in Heron Tower. It often gets the spilt over guests from Sushi Samba, but I have to say it is a really good restaurant of its own right. Since it is on top of the Heron Tower, you can ...

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  • 16


    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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  • 17

    Hard Rock Cafe

    24 reviews

    The first Hard Rock Cafe ever! Get there early (because it's crowded) and save some time to look at the store located 1 block further and buy some souvenirs:)!

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  • 18

    Pizza East

    16 reviews

    Despite having a rather uninspired name, this pizza chain serves excellent, interesting pizza and snacks and is a fun place for a casual dinner with friends.

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  • 19

    The Book Club

    17 reviews

    I'm probably damning it with faint praise but I'd describe Book Club as 'fine' yet unexceptional. I like it well enough - the drinks are decent, the music's OK and it's always busy, to the extent that there are often queues to get in. Big mix of people, from Silicon Roundabout-types to City boys. Good for average after-work drinks, but ...

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  • 20


    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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