32 "American" Restaurants in London.
You go to Meat Mission when you want a strong drink and something filthy, delicious and burger-related to eat in Shoreditch.
Electric Diner is an American-style diner in Notting Hill, serving all the classics. It can get pricey, but it’s reliably good.
Two Lights is the Shoreditch restaurant an algorithm might design. It doesn’t quite add up, but, if you use it in the right way, it’s a good bet.
The Colony Grill Room in Mayfair is a brasserie inside The Beaumont Hotel, serving everything from hot dogs to whole lobsters.
The newer Covent Garden location of fried chicken specialists Chick ‘n’ Sours comes complete with a cool basement and plenty of space.
The double shackburger from burger joint Shake Shack is the perfect fast food burger. The Victoria restaurant’s ideal for a grab and go.
Located in the Hoxton hotel next to Holborn station, British restaurant Hubbard & Bell is a convenient spot for meeting friends, or late night eats.
The Cheese Bar is a cheese-mad counter restaurant in Camden Stables. It’s worth stopping by for a sandwich.
Duck and Waffle’s second location doesn’t have spectacular views, nor is it open 24 hours, but it’s a solid low risk option in Piccadilly.
Red Rooster is a NYC-based restaurant now in Shoreditch, with a variety of Southern-style American food on the menu and a live band playing daily.
Dirty Bones is a New York influenced restaurant serving mostly mediocre American dishes, but the lamb topped fries are its saving grace.
Seven Dials Market is a food hall with lots of options, from pasta, to ramen, to fried chicken, that’s alright if you want an alright quick meal.
Morty & Bob’s is a café and bar in Coal Drops Yard serving toasties (and other things) that will put your George Foreman creations to shame.
Dead Rabbits Saloon is a burger and wings spot in Highbury with a decent selection of spirits.
This tiny (seriously, tiny) restaurant in King’s Cross serves take out sandwiches by day and small plates and cocktails by night.