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  • 1

    Duck & Waffle

    15 reviews

    It's a new restaurant on the top floor of the new Heron Tower right near Liverpool Street Station - great views and great 'sharing plates', which are always fun for a group of people.

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  • 2

    The Wolseley

    31 reviews

    A family favorite, the Woolsey serves reliably great food and there are plenty of options, making this a winning spot for unadventurous eaters and foodies alike.

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  • 3

    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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  • 4

    Wagamama (Streatham St)

    35 reviews

    Long running and widespread chain of noodle bars. Decent value, reasonable food quality. Fast-ish food available spontaneously and most everywhere.

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  • 5

    Pret A Manger

    34 reviews

    I absolutely love Pret. It's a simple sandwich shop that's not too expensive that carries a wide variety of yummy foods. The avocado wrap or the chorizo wrap aren't bad either. I really need to cave in and try a halloumi and falafel one already. My only critique is that I think that £1.49 for a tiny chocolate brownie is ...

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  • 6

    Oxo Tower Restaurant

    29 reviews

    Amazing view of London, with amazing cocktails to boot. Far from the cheapest you'll find in town, but definitely some interesting drinks on their list, which help to make me love this lounge!

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  • 7


    23 reviews

    Super pricey, but you get what you pay for: delicious, fresh Japanese Peruvian food with unusual flavor pairings and perfect texture. Items not to miss: black cod miso, yellowtail with jalapeño, spicy tuna with crispy rice. Tempura is also outstanding here - pieces are lightly battered and aren't overly heavy or oily.

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  • 8

    Hard Rock Cafe

    24 reviews

    Because the pound was more than the dollar, it was the most expensive burger I've ever had. The food was very American, which to me was a bit of a bummer since I wanted bangers and mash.

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  • 9

    Pizza East

    16 reviews

    Consistently excellent pizza, salads, charcuterie if you're into that. I like the space. Definitely one of my go-to places in East London. Combine it with a film at Richmix.

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  • 10

    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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  • 11

    Ottolenghi - Islington

    14 reviews

    I would kill to eat here! Chef Ottolenghi's cookbook PLENTY was on a lot of 2011's best of lists and I have no doubt his restaurants have been similarly lauded.

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  • 12


    14 reviews

    Chic Chinese restaurant in a subterrean setting behind Tottenham Court Road. Great bar and lounge area. Innovative cociktails. Fantastic dim sum If you cannot get a table, come for the appetizers and cocktails.

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  • 13


    9 reviews

    The service and surroundings absolut.incredible.It was an amazing birthday so far.

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  • 14

    The Spaniards Inn

    13 reviews

    A cute little English pub in London but feels like you are in the country side. Built in the late 1500s you definitely get a feel of olde world England as you enjoy a pint or two here.

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  • 15


    13 reviews

    If you like Chinese Food and Dim Sum, sure you will enjoy the most delicous food here. Various type of food can be chosen whatever you like. Try it yourself or you will be regret.

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  • 16

    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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  • 17

    Hawksmoor Seven Dials

    11 reviews

    Super steakhouse in London. And, fantastic cocktail list. Definitely try the mac n cheese.

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  • 18

    Meat Liquor

    11 reviews

    As a Yank I love that the burger is being raised to the art form it is in London at the moment, and Meat Liquor serves one of the best. Juicy, not too tall and thus awkward to bite, with tangy pickles and gooey cheese...if it wasn't for my Catholic guilt I think I would have ordered a second. The ...

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  • 19

    Brick Lane Beigel Bake

    11 reviews

    Beigel Bake has some of the cheapest "beigels" in London, though it says nothing about their taste. The beigels come right out of the oven, always hot, fluffy and delightful. Get a salted beef beigel with mustard!

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  • 20

    L'Atelier de Joël Robuchon

    12 reviews

    Yum as always!

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