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Where To Eat Dinner In East London (When You Hate East London)
Facing a dinner in East London but dreading the latest hipster food trends? Here’s where to get proper dinner out East without any of the fuss.
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Papi brings big house party energy and European-leaning creative small plates to London Fields.
Richoux is an inoffensive brasserie by Green Park that suits a decent and good-value steak frites.
The London Fields outpost of Elliot’s turns a busy and black bin-laden corner of Mare Street into something altogether more Kinfolk shoot-worthy and, for pizza and wine, it's still great.
Dorian is a total scene—the sleek neighbourhood spot in Notting Hill serves bistro dishes and fizzes with the clamour of dressed-up locals.
Tottenham’s Pasero is a warm, come-on-in space which is a deli by day and small plates spot by night.
Bottle + Rye
Bottle + Rye is a teeny, tiny wine bar in Brixton Village that's perfect for romancing and reminiscing.
It’s pretty much impossible not to be charmed by Minnow, a laid-back, European-leaning spot overlooking Clapham Common.
Gold is a huge, three-storey pub and dining room in Notting Hill, that’s more seasonal small plates than pints and peanuts.
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.
If you're in the market for a charming covered terrace or a theatrical sauce pour in Bermondsey, Trivet has got you covered.
A certified 'nice pub' in Bermondsey, The Garrison's pints and small plates are a great option in the area.
Andrew Edmunds in Soho is one of the most romantic spots in London, with food that’s actually great too.
Wine bar, guest chef experiences, and excellent small plates, Carousel is one of our favourite places in Fitzrovia.
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.
Noble Rot Soho
Noble Rot’s second restaurant slips effortlessly into Soho with a familiar sense of style, comfort and potential sordidness.
Earth Kitchen is an all-day restaurant in Dalston serving tasty, homely food in a very comfortable environment.
Chelsea restaurant Elystan Street does very good French and Italian fine dining in relaxed surroundings.
Edwins is a brilliant, low-key gem of a restaurant, with great food and a cosy ambience that hits the right spots.
Grain Store is an all-day Kings Cross restaurant serving creative European food. It’s particularly good for vegetarians and big groups dinners.
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.