73 "Modern European" Restaurants in London.
A charming converted townhouse serving exceptional food, Launceston Place is a rare fine dining spot that doesn’t take itself too seriously.
Stanley’s secluded charming courtyard is an excellent escape from busy old London. Expect cocktails, small plates, and quality cheese plates too.
The Delaunay is the restaurant you want to be in when you just want to feel good. Sit in the amazing dining room or hit the cafe for a quick one.
10 Greek Street is one of the original ‘farm-to-table’ restaurants in London, focusing on Mediterranean influenced cuisine.
The Wolseley is a huge, classic all-day brasserie in Mayfair, but it’s the breakfasts here that make it an essential London experience.
If you like fine dining done Soho-style, you’ll like Social Eating House. The low-lit room is a great place to relax with a drink and some food.
Bob Bob Ricard is an excellent place to drink champagne and people watch. The French/Russian food is good, and the room is over the top lush.
Kitchen Table is a swish counter-only restaurant in which you sit around an open kitchen of chefs cooking interesting, fine dining dishes.
One of London’s most exclusive hot spots, Chiltern Firehouse has a reputation for a see-and-be-seen vibe as well as some great food and service.
Chelsea restaurant Elystan Street does very good French and Italian fine dining in relaxed surroundings.
Brawn on Columbia Road might be one of the city’s best neighbourhood restaurants. One that might even make you want to change neighbourhoods.
London’s favourite 24-hour, swish restaurant at the top of a skyscraper is perfect for brunch or very late night eats.
Lorne is a modern British restaurant that’s the single best reason for visiting in Victoria. The wines are great, and the smoked eel dish is great.
Evelyn’s Table is a fun and intimate 11 seater kitchen on the edge of Chinatown serving creative southern European dishes.
Rubedo serves excellent Italian dishes and natural wines on Stoke Newington Church Street.