Restaurants for Spiritual Seekers in London, United Kingdom 

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  • 21

    Food For Thought

    11 reviews

    Inexpensive, high-quality vegetarian food. With a rotating daily menu and small communal wooden tables, this is a perfect stop after yoga class.

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  • 22

    Acoustic Cafe

    The Acoustic Cafe, a humble Stoke Newington outpost, serves brunch all day, in numerous exciting variations from Popeye’s Delight (Eggs Benny with Smoked Salmon AND spinach) to Mediterranean breakfasts and pancakes. Relaxed, super friendly, and with great coffee, this is a perfect place to get your brunch fix.

    Popular withLocalBudgetFamilies
  • 23

    Meat Liquor

    11 reviews

    With all the menu items under £10 and greasy enough to satisfy the most insatiable appetite, Meat Liquor is a great choice for the budget traveler looking for a hip meal out. The menu boasts two categories - the Meat and Liquor of the name. Big, juicy, and served without plates, this was an early contender on London's gourmet burger ...

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  • 24

    The Breakfast Club - Camden Passage

    Delish American breakfast and brunch in Islington, for reasonable prices. It gets crowded, so either go early or be prepared for a drowsy wait in line.

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  • 25

    Busaba Eathai (Wardour Street)

    13 reviews

    This is a regular haunt of mine - the food is fantastic. You can't book ahead and the queues at this branch quickly build - look online at the other locations which can often seat you quickly. Try the prawn starters!

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  • 26

    The Fryers Delight

    3 reviews

    You will find various old-school purveyors of fish and chips around London. We like the unassuming nature, great prices, and vintage sign of the Fryers' Delight. Bonus fact: the fish in fish and chips was originally breaded as a means of hygienic transport. The fish would then be "peeled" and eaten almost like a banana.

    Popular withBudgetFoodiesLocal
  • 27

    Lucky Chip

    2 reviews

    The Lucky Chip is a great example of London's American fast food mania, circa 2013. The humble hamburger is the dish of the moment, with high quality hawkers tucked into many neighborhoods, and here's one of the city's best. Lucky Chip got its start in Netil Market and is now slinging its delicious burgers in residence at the Sebright Arms ...

    Popular withFoodiesBudgetLocal
  • 28

    Bob Bob Ricard

    7 reviews

    Prawn cocktail is different in the UK than the US - they are tiny little fellas here so skip in favor of the scallops or ceviche (don't even love ceviche, but was amazing).

    Popular withLuxuryNightlifeTrendsters
  • 29

    Yo! Sushi

    7 reviews

    Tiny plates of sushi go round and round the conveyor belt, their different colors indicating the price. Nab bite after bite until you're full, Yo! Sushi is affordable, quick, and a great place to bring kids who will especially enjoy the rotating food display.

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  • 30

    Duck & Waffle

    16 reviews

    The views are amazing over London and the lift is fun too - feels like a theme park ride! The food is quite rich although their signature 'Duck and Waffle' dish is very yummy. The cocktails are great too! It's 24 hours so you can come early and watch the sunrise whilst eating breakfast!

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  • 31

    Wagamama (Streatham St)

    35 reviews

    Overrated. Okay food served in an modernist zen atmosphere. This is now a mega chain. Mom and pop shops just do it better. There just isn't any reason to eat here. That said, I love the name. Ironically, anyone who is "wagamama" probably won't like it.

    Popular withFamiliesVegetarian
  • 32


    23 reviews

    Nobu brings haute California Sushi cuisine to foreign shores with multiple locations throughout London, including this one in Mayfair. As always, it's superb with some of the best and innovative sushi dishes to be found anywhere.

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  • 33

    Hard Rock Cafe

    24 reviews

    The Hard Rock Cafe is an English chain and even though seasoned tourists steer clear of the the chain, a visit to the original on Old Park Lane is well worth the visit. If there's one Hard Rock Hotel t-shirt to have in the drawer, this one is it.

    Popular withBackpackersStudents
  • 34

    Pizza East

    18 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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  • 35

    The Book Club

    17 reviews

    It had been a long time since I went to a place where you actually stand in line to get in. We're probably talking about ten years or so. Good thing the line was pretty short and the electro swing music was so fun that I danced all night. The cocktails are good, the bartenders friendly, the crowd very cute, ...

    Popular withTrendstersDesignLocal
  • 36

    Hakkasan Hanway Place

    14 reviews

    An underground hidden treasure with a lively & trendy atmosphere. Hakkasan serves good Asian fusion flavors along with an impressive wine selection. The bar serves the best cocktails in town to its selective guests that gather in every evening. The service is standard, though rigid at times. It is possibly one of the 'restaurant landmarks' of London!

    Popular withFoodiesBusinessTrendsters
  • 37

    Brick Lane Beigel Bake

    11 reviews

    Had my first salt beef bagel from this East london institution and it did not disappoint!

    Popular withFoodiesLocalStudents
  • 38

    L'Atelier de Joël Robuchon

    12 reviews

    Wonderful culinary experience paired with amazing service in a very modern and sexy environment. Yup, we enjoyed Joël Robuchon's atelier in London very much.

    Popular withLuxuryFoodiesTrendsters
  • 39


    11 reviews

    Great place, good service, fantastic food. I highly recommend the black cod, superb!

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  • 40

    La Fromagerie

    8 reviews

    Have the experts suggest an artisanal cheese. Consider the bread, charcuterie & wine options. Purchases into your backpack & off you go!

    Popular withFoodiesLocalVegetarian
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