23 "City" Restaurants in London.
Temper City is an open-fire BBQ restaurant with lots of meat, lots of curry, and an excellent soundtrack of classic 90′s rock.
BBQ restaurant Pitt Cue is all about eating your body weight in smoked and slow-cooked meat. It’s close to the City for perfect after-work eats.
London’s favourite 24-hour, swish restaurant at the top of a skyscraper is perfect for brunch or very late night eats.
Shoryu is one of the most reliable and convenient spots in London to get a good bowl of ramen. The Liverpool Street location has outdoor seating, too.
City Càphê is a Vietnamese lunch spot in the City, close to Bank station, with tasty noodles and summer rolls. The queue at lunch moves quickly.
Located in the epic lobby of the new Ned hotel in the City, Cecconi’s is a posh Italian restaurant that has the business lunch crowd locked down.
Soho’s Tokyo-style dining experience opens it’s the second Location in the City and still serves their excellent udon noodles and small plates.
Schmaltz in Broadgate Circus imports extra special chickens from France to make posh chicken sandwiches and burgers from a van.
Swingers is an indoor crazy golf venue, with fantastic street food stalls, and it’s kind of awesome.
Sub Cult sells gourmet subs to hungry City folk at breakfast and lunch. There’s usually a line, but the staff are jolly and the food’s worth the wait.
At Porterford Butcher near St Paul’s, you can get a wagyu beef burger for a fiver, or a bacon sandwich for the price of a latte.
Oie Thai is a takeaway shop by Liverpool Street station that’s known for its big lunchtime queues, as well as reliably good soups and salads.
Close to Liverpool Street station, K10 is a convenient and reliable place for takeaway sushi in the City.
Every Thursday, street food crew KERB set up at the Gherkin, with some of the best street food vendors in London. It’s perfect for lunch.
Earl’s is an old-school deli and sandwich shop in the City of London that’s perfect for takeaway or a quick lunch.