12 "Bloomsbury" Restaurants in London.
La Fromagerie is one of London’s classiest, and cheesiest, mini-chains. Their Bloomsbury wine bar and deli is perfect for a casual date night.
Café Deco is a temple of thoughtful contentment disguised as a café, restaurant, and wine bar in Bloomsbury. Expect homely small plates and good wine.
This bright and easy café specialises in - deep breath - extra fluffy, extra thick, Japanese soufflé pancakes.
Seoul Bakery is a Korean spot in Bloomsbury. They don’t take reservations, and there are only two tables, but it’s worth queuing for.
Abeno is a lovely Japanese spot in Bloomsbury specialising in okonomiyaki, but it’s also worth visiting for sides like the tempura, and beef karaage.
Master Wei is an excellent casual Chinese restaurant in Bloomsbury, serving Xi’anese specialties that are worth going out of your way for.
Murger Han is a Chinese restaurant near Euston specialising in dishes from the region surrounding Xi’an, like their excellent biang biang noodles.
The Fryer’s Delight is London’s most aesthetically pleasing chippie, and it serves some fairly tasty and inexpensive fish and chips
Pizza Sopia is an excellent, inexpensive, family-run pizza joint near Russell Square.
Chang’s Noodle is an excellent Chinese restaurant in Bloomsbury that can handle pretty much any situation you throw at it.
Ciao Bella in Bloomsbury is an old school Italian restaurant where the spaghetti doesn’t matter as much as the story you’re listening to.