16 "Mediterranean" Restaurants in London.
Oldroyd is a mix of French, Italian, and Spanish, and the best restaurant in Islington. It’s also very small, so plan accordingly.
Peckham Bazaar is a laid back restaurant in Peckham serving Mediterranean small plates. You’ll want to spend a lot of time here.
Want low-key cool in Highbury? Westerns Laundry is a modern wine bar & restaurant in a converted garage that does brilliant small plates.
Kyseri is a cute and stylish restaurant in Fitzrovia, serving refined modern Turkish food.
Sardine is a very hip Shoreditch restaurant with a mural on the wall, a communal table, and an open kitchen serving southern French-inspired dishes.
Artusi is a modern take on a neighbourhood Italian restaurant. It’s a small, casual place perfect for catching up with friends.
Bababoom is casual kebab spot on Upper Street serving tasty and fresh takes on grilled meats and vegetables.
Henrietta Bistro is a charming spot inside Covent Garden’s Henrietta Hotel, serving Mediterranean food.
Hand in Stratford’s East Village is a Greek-ish cafe offering some of the best brunch we’ve had in ages.
Ceru is a solid restaurant in South Kensington that serves Mediterranean food, and it always feels like a holiday.
When you're on Kensington High Street and get struck with an insatiable craving for solid Mediterranean food, Melabes is the spot for you.
Twist is a small plates restaurant in Marylebone serving dishes inspired by Italian and Spanish cuisine.
Blandford Comptoir is a relatively casual spot in Marylebone serving Mediterranean small plates.
Old Spitalfields Market has the widest variety of street food and grab and go options in London. And it’s constantly changing.
There are restaurants on the canal, and then there’s Dock Kitchen in Kensal. Great Mediterranean food, and a terrace to sit outside when it’s warm.