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  • 1


    9 reviews

    If there really are two London's Redchurch Street spans them both from Brick Lane to Shoreditch High Street. A destination in itself Redchurch Street boasts stores like Aesop and A.P.C along with independent galleries and coffee shops. At the head of the street sits Boundary and it's coffee cousin, Albion. Boundary is a hotel and has a lovely roof garden ...

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  • 2


    6 reviews

    Claimed as London's oldest restaurant. Gives you a cozy, traditional feeling when you walk in. The menu is extremely British. It is nice if you want to experience something very British.

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  • 3

    Tom's Kitchen

    After a tough day trawling the shops of Chelsea Toms Kitchen is a welcome place to take a load off and have some yummy grub. Tom Aikens is one of London's star chefs. This casual brasserie offers a great selection of simple food "with a twist" made from seasonal ingredients. They are open for breakfast, lunch and dinner...and for the ...

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    Le Mercury

    Quaint, classy, romantic, and surprisingly economical, this French restaurant is a perfect place for a second date or an anniversary meal. (The spot is small, so I wouldn't recommend trying to bring more than 4 people here.) The food is stellar classic French fare, as is the wine (even the low-end options), and the candlelit tables raise the atmosphere from ...

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  • 5

    Le Gavroche

    For me this is still one of the best French restaurants in London

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    Clove Club

    Inside the Shoreditch town hall, the Clove Club (from rising star Isaac McHale) goes Noma-esque with small bites of locavore esoterica, such as gull’s eggs with lovage.

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    An amazing experience. There are only 3 places you can get good Uzbek food. Russia, London and of course Uzbekistan. Not being a fan of Russia, I find I can still eat great authentic food right here in London. Only one of many great ‘Ethnic’ restaurants in London.

  • 8


    Was my local when I lived in London, and you haven't had real English fish 'n' chippies until you have had take away from this legendary eatery. Put some vinegar on you chips mate, and live a little.

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  • 9

    Alens Chip Shop

    We were looking for some authentic local food so a natural choice was a chippy for fish 'n chips. Good fish, chips, sauce, but for me it's just great when it's hot, so I've got to eat fast. Fish 'n chips did hit the simple table hot, so, I was satisfied.

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    Goring (Hotel Restaurant)

    Oh, to feel like a royal! That's my experience at the Goring, where Princess Catherine (formerly Kate Middleton) spent her last night as a single woman. The rooms are plush, the staff unbelievably attentive, and the location divine!

  • 11


    Money talks and wealth whisphers at this denizen of the old British establishment. If you like your food overcooked and from a menu which is perenially 20 years out of date, you'll love it here. But that's not the draw for the loyal clientele who range from captains of industry to spy chiefs. Go easy on the wine list - ...

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    Amazing fish and chips come with yummy salad at this great North London spot.

  • 13

    The Gowlett SE15

    I really like this pub, good pizza and a great mixed crowd or proper locals and the new trendier 20/30 something Peckhamites. It even got a great review in the NY Times and not many boozers in Peckham can say that.

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