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9.1
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9.0
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9.0
Jake Missing
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8.9
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8.7
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8.1

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Lighthaus Cafe

A calm sanctuary in the day and a buzzing candlelit den come night, Lighthaus Cafe is one of the only all-hours destinations you'll find on an industrial estate in London.

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7.4

LDN Review

The Garrison

A certified 'nice pub' in Bermondsey, The Garrison's pints and small plates are a great option in the area.

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Trivet

If you're in the market for a charming covered terrace or a theatrical sauce pour in Bermondsey, Trivet has got you covered.

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8.6

LDN Review

Andrew Edmunds

Andrew Edmunds is one of the most romantic spots in London, with food that’s actually great too.

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8.4

LDN Review

Carousel

Wine bar, guest chef experiences, and excellent small plates, Carousel is one of our favourite places in Fitzrovia.

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Ham Yard Hotel

A hotel restaurant in Soho, Ham Yard is a great shout for a sophisticated client meeting or a cocktail and a bite to eat.

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9.1

LDN Review

Noble Rot Soho

Noble Rot’s second restaurant slips effortlessly into Soho with a familiar sense of style, comfort and potential sordidness.

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Earth Kitchen

Earth Kitchen is an all-day restaurant in Dalston serving tasty, homely food in a very comfortable environment.

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Edwins Borough

Edwins is a brilliant, low-key gem of a restaurant, with great food and a cosy ambience that hits the right spots.

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LDN Review

Grain Store

Grain Store is an all-day Kings Cross restaurant serving creative European food. It’s particularly good for vegetarians and big groups dinners.

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LDN Review

Henrietta

At Henrietta, your dinner will have flowers on it, and you won’t even be upset. This cool-as restaurant in Covent Garden also serves A+ cocktails.

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LDN Review

Smoke & Salt

Smoke & Salt in Pop Brixton is an experimental pop-up based on chargrilling and lightly grilling fresh British ingredients.

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LDN Review

Pollen Street Social

Pollen Street Social is an excellent fine dining spot in Mayfair, but it feels like the kind of restaurant you want to go to all the time.

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8.3

LDN Review

Scully

Scully serves fantastically OTT food in a sober St James’s setting. The flavours are a slap around the face, in a good way.

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St Leonards

St Leonards is a spot in Shoreditch, with an ice bar and a wood-burning hearth, but despite the odd standout vegetable dish, it’s not worth going to.

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Aside

Aside is a stylish, stripped-back restaurant in Peckham serving excellent ingredient-led food. It makes simple look straightforward.

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8.3

LDN Review

Frenchie

Frenchie is a beautiful, modern brasserie in Covent Garden, serving excellent food.

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8.4

LDN Review

Casa Fofó

Casa Fofo is a casual neighbourhood restaurant in Hackney, serving an unusual and sometimes excellent tasting menu at a great price.

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LDN Review

Ask For Janice

Ask For Janice in Farringdon is a useful all-day spot for a quick bite to eat, a catch-up coffee, or a casual post-work drink.

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LDN Review

Six Portland Road

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.