21 "Mediterranean" Restaurants in London.
A casual Mediterranean bistro and bar, Joan is a decent spot for brunch or your next Shoreditch date night.
A Mediterranean small plates spot housed in a massive ex-Victorian power station, The Light Bar is perfect for date night and big group hangs.
If you like cute back gardens, smoky cocktails, and a casual chef’s choice menu, you’ll like Brother Marcus in Balham.
Oren is a low-lit and lowkey eastern Mediterranean spot in Dalston perfect for when you want a bit of this and a bit of that.
A go-to Tooting date spot, Good Neighbour serves great wines, top small plates, and a gnocchi you shouldn’t skip.
Arguably London’s prettiest rooftop, Seabird is also home to the best oyster experience in the city.
La Casbah is a little caf on Blackstock Road popular with locals making hefty sandwiches, tagines, and other north African staples.
Norma is a sophisticated-looking spot in Fitzrovia, that serves Sicilian-influenced food that is often disappointing.
Falafel and Shawarma is a cheap and cheerful cash-only spot in Camberwell selling delicious and freshly made £3.50 wraps, and mezze plates.
Gourmet Goat at Borough Market is just the place for a kid goat pita and some serious tzatziki.
Bababoom is casual kebab spot on Upper Street serving tasty and fresh takes on grilled meats and vegetables.
Hand in Stratford’s East Village is a Greek-ish cafe offering some of the best brunch we’ve had in ages.
Peckham Bazaar is a laid back restaurant in Peckham serving Mediterranean small plates. You’ll want to spend a lot of time here.
Ceru is a solid restaurant in South Kensington that serves Mediterranean food, and it always feels like a holiday.