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 22 exceptional restaurants that define eating in London today.
The best Sunday roasts in London.
Easily one of the nicest pubs in the Bow and Mile End area with plenty of cask ales and bottled beer from across the UK, and the roasts are great.
The Royal Oak is a gastropub on Columbia Road, great for avoiding the market crowds, drinking craft beers, and tucking into a roast.
The Camberwell Arms is a traditional south London pub, serving great British .cuisine during the week and incredible roasts on a Sunday.
Cub is a restaurant from the same guys behind cocktail bars Dandelyan and Super Lyan, serving a short four-course dinner of creative small plates.
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Andrew Edmunds is one of the most romantic spots in London, with food that’s actually great too.
Dalston's Sông Quê makes some of the best Vietnamese food in London. Stop by for a casual group dinner or a quick bowl of pho.
Chik’n is an upmarket chicken shop on Baker Street and feels like a cross between a Shake Shack and KFC. Great for quick snack if you’re in the hood.