100 "British" Restaurants in London.
Kitty Fisher’s is a great restaurant in Mayfair serving hedonistic plates of simple, rich, and delicious British food.
Rochelle Bar and Canteen at the Institute of Contemporary Arts on The Mall does simple British cooking at the highest levels.
Core is an excellent fine dining restaurant in Notting Hill. It’s fine dining for people who actually want a proper meal.
Arguably London’s most influential restaurant, St John’s claim to fame has been getting people to embrace the idea of “nose to tail” dining
Portland is a great restaurant in the vein of so many in London that focus on simple ingredients and offer a reasonably priced tasting menu.
Rochelle Canteen is a hidden gem in Shoreditch. The space is nice and relaxing, and the rotating British menu is always excellent.
Native is a casual fine dining restaurant in Neal’s Yard, serving incredible small plates in a relaxed setting.
Brat is a cool feeling spot in Shoreditch, serving small plates and huge pieces of fish and meat cooked on their wood fired grill.
Clipstone in Fitzrovia serves creative small plates and is a great place for anyone looking to dip their toes into fine dining.
Hawksmoor Spitalfields was one of the first steakhouses in town, and it’s still one of the best. Finishing with toffee pudding is mandatory.
The Frog is a brilliant new restaurant, just off Brick Lane, and feels sort of like it belongs in a classic children’s novel.
St John Bread and Wine serves food from the legendary St. John in Farringdon, but in an informal canteen-style dining room near Spitalfields Market.
Cora Pearl is an smart restaurant in Covent Garden serving excellent tarted up versions of the classic British meat and two veg.
Esters in Stoke Newington makes some of the best and most unconventional breakfasts and brunches in London.
Lyle’s is a grown-up but not stuffy British restaurant in Shoreditch. Come for lunch when you can order a la carte.