Oliver FeldmanLondon Senior Editor
Oliver lived in Paris for over a decade but started missing the dynamic spirit of his hometown and moved back to London three years ago. He’s a professional editor of words, an aspiring outdoorsman, and a part-time student of psychotherapy. He also makes his own ringtones, and rides a motorcycle, though not usually at the same time.
The Guinea Grill is a tiny pub in Mayfair with an old school restaurant specialising in excellent steaks.
Six Portland Road is a low-key neighbourhood spot serving elegant, unfussy food to lucky locals in a well-to-do corner of Notting Hill.
Copita is a tapas spot in Soho serving well made and reasonably priced plates, perfect both for solo dining, or to share with friends.
Regency Cafe is a classic cafe serving breakfasts, lunch and dinner on a quiet backstreet in Westminster
Beer and Burger at King’s Cross is a great spot for an inexpensive cheeseburger, some deep fried jalapenos and your choice of 20 beers on tap.
La Patagonia is a decent Argentinian steak spot, that’s serves as a convenient, friendly, and civilised bolt hole from the chaos of Camden.
Daylesford Organic is an all-day café, farm shop and restaurant at Brompton Cross that serves pizzas, salads, and surprisingly hearty mains.
Greenberry Café is a casual all-day spot in Primrose Hill, serving nice brunch dishes, and larger and meatier things for lunch and dinner.
Mountgrove Bothy is a relaxed wine bar in Highbury serving market-fresh snacks in the week, and hosting pop-ups in the kitchen at the weekend.
Eat of Eden is a vegan spot at Brixton Village with a large patio area and even bigger combo platters.
The pizzas at this popular spot are simple, inexpensive, gigantic, and absolutely worth the trip to Stoke Newington.