David PawLondon Content Lead
David Paw grew up in Newcastle and spent six years of medical school just to learn one key lesson: don’t go to medical school. After a stint writing about art despite having no qualifications to do so, he’s now writing about restaurants of London for The Infatuation. We assume he is qualified to do that, though the only thing on his resume when we hired him was that he once ate 100 chicken wings in a single sitting. Then again, that’s all we really needed.
A guide to the exceptional restaurants that define eating in London today.
There’s so much more to Covent Garden than theatres and tourists. Here’s our pick of 21 of the best restaurants to grab dinner and a drink in the area
The First Timer’s Guide To Eating In London
The First Timer’s Guide To Eating In Lo...
First time in London? You’ve got a lot of ground to cover. Here’s our pick of the best London restaurants for lunch, dinner, and afternoon tea.
Mayflower Pub is the oldest boozer on the Thames, and a great spot for proper pub food on the terrace.
French restaurant Belvedere’s hidden location in Holland Park makes it feel like you’ve stumbled on a real-life Hotel California. But with peacocks.
EXP Cantina at Swan Wharf is a cool outdoor cafe and bar with a big terrace overlooking the River Lea, serving tacos, burgers, and craft beers.
The Petersham is a café in a greenhouse in Richmond serving pricey Italian food in idyllic surroundings.
Go to these restaurants when you want to feel you’ve escaped London, without actually leaving the city.
The Best London Restaurants With Outdoor Seating
The Best London Restaurants With Outdoo...
Want to eat outside? Here’s The Infatuation guide to the best outdoor restaurants in London.
The ultimate list list of London rooftop bars, ranked for your pleasure,
The Infatuation guide to London’s best food markets and street food vendors.