Restaurants for History Buffs in United Kingdom 

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  • 41

    The Delaunay

    3 reviews

    One of the most hotly-anticipated London restaurant openings from Chris Corbin and Jeremy King, original founders of The Ivy and Le Caprice and more recently, The Wolseley. The pair have spent £3m on the interiors, designed by David Collins and Wolesley head chef Julian O'Neill moves across to keep a watchful eye on the menu. Great dining room, comfort food ...

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  • 42

    The Restaurant Bar and Grill

    2 reviews

    We had a great meal at the Old Post Office Bar and Grill in the Leeds city square. I had the sea bass (delicious!) and my wife had the sea bass.

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  • 43

    Belmond Le Manoir aux Quat'Saisons

    2 reviews

    Probably the best restaurant I have visited in the UK. Not cheap though, although it may be possible to get deals at lunchtime midweek.

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  • 44

    Pret A Manger

    Pret A Manger is an organic, natural foods sandwich shop. Everything is organic, even the coffee beans.

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  • 45

    Bar Italia

    4 reviews

    Soho institution - a little bit of pure Italian essence in the heart of London. If you take your coffee seriously you'll love the place. But be warned, regulars can be a bit stand-offish with non-Italian speakers.

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  • 46

    Le Caprice

    3 reviews

    Just adore this place, even though the dynamic duo Chris Corbin and Jeremy King have long since offloaded it. There's been a little bit of a facelift recently but much of the original charm remains, including the perilous trip downstairs to the loo - so watch the cocktails. Incredibly nice food and the whole thing run like a clockwork machine ...

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  • 47

    Sally Lunn's Tea Rooms

    9 reviews

    Sally Lunn's is tucked away behind the main shopping area of Bath, near to the Cathedral. Its the home of the original delicious bun that has been often copied and attempted in bakeries around the world for over 300 years. The word bun is an unhelpful description. There is no truly useful common English word to describe a Sally Lunn ...

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  • 48

    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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  • 49

    Pizza East

    18 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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  • 50


    9 reviews

    Rating for the bar rather than restaurant. This is part of a US restaurant group which combines Japanese, Brazilian and Peruvian food in glamourous settings. The London one is located in the Heron Building in the City and as a consequence, is popular with bankers, lawyers etc. The views from the building are superb, though those afraid of heights may ...

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  • 51

    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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  • 52

    Hawksmoor Seven Dials

    11 reviews

    Get your meat sweats on with the best steaks (melt in your mouth), best cocktails (some lethal) and service (free drinks if you sit next to rude customers!) in town.

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  • 53

    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.

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  • 54


    11 reviews

    The best Japanese BBQ restaurant I've been to. They make your food in front of you (not hibachi style though) and the best is the fish - I think sea bass. It's expensive so you need to really choose things that are worth the price.

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  • 55


    10 reviews

    Definitely great for drinks. The dishes are small and may not be everyone's cup of tea but a great place to hang out for sure

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  • 56

    The Breakfast Club - Camden Passage

    Great American style brunch. Big portions. Greasy. Delicious. Good food. Only downfall is, its a small restaurant, so the wait is usually a little while, but well worth it.

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  • 57

    Food For Thought

    11 reviews

    Fresh, healthy, home cooked, vegetarian take out place. Not for everyone, I admit, but if you are into that sort of thing it is pretty amazing. there is also a small room with tables in the basement where you can eat in if you can find a place to sit.

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  • 58

    La Fromagerie

    8 reviews

    I absolutely love the concept of La Fromagerie. Not only is it a wonderful cheese shop, it is a great spot for a leisurely breakfast or a quick lunch. The walk in cheese room is just wonderful with its aroma of different cheeses, almost fighting for your attention to try them or buy them. The selection is amazing and the ...

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  • 59

    Brixton Village

    9 reviews

    This is my new go to insider tip. Take a right off the Brixton tube stop and enter the market where there are loads of really simple but yummy restaurants. Buy fresh fish. Or fresh pigs feet even. Religious paraphenalia shops. Very cheap and really interesting.

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  • 60


    9 reviews

    Yummy high end Japanese fare served in a very pretty and relaxing setting. The atmosphere is a big part of what makes this place, but the food is definitely very good and quite creative. We over-ordered, but the sashimi selections were first-rate and our dashi was also delicious. The next time I visit Zuma, I might skip the very greasy ...

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