30 "Clerkenwell" Restaurants in London.
Sessions Arts Club is one London’s most glamourous and grandiose restaurants and, best of all, the food and wine matches the experience.
For a sandwiches around Clerkenwell, Bodega Rita’s is a spot. You’ve got subs, tacos, and all-in-all a truly sublime lunch go-to.
The Drunken Butler is a French and Persian inspired restaurant in Clerkenwell making both refined and comforting food in an arty and homely room.
La Kitchen is a small Vietnamese café in Clerkenwell serving decent and affordable pho and bahn mi.
Quality Wines is a shop, wine bar, and sandwich shop next door to Quality Chop House in Clerkenwell, that also serves great sharing plates at night.
Luca is one of those restaurants that just makes you feel good. The Italian food is some of the best in London, and it has a warm, upscale vibe.
St. John in Clerkenwell is a special place. It’s often referred to as an institution. And having a meal here is one of the best things you can do.
Fare Bar and Canteen at the Clerkenwell end of Old Street has an all-day cafe and bar serving pizzas upstairs, and stylish restaurant downstairs.
Coin Laundry on Exmouth Market serves decent British and European food in a laid-back, lazy Sunday-afternoon-down-the-pub-like environment.
Granger and Co is a studiously inoffensive all-day Australian-style restaurant serving fresh tasting pizzettas, burgers, and salads.
Morito is an energetic but corridor-like spot on Exmouth Market specialising in north African and Spanish inspired small plates.
La Petite Ferme is a French restaurant in Farringdon that’s both quite kitsch, and very lovely. It’s an excellent place to eat your weight in cheese.
Quality Chop House is an excellent British restaurant in Clerkenwell that’s a natural at filling you up with good food and good wine.
The Clerkenwell Kitchen is an unpretentious café in EC1, and a great place for an affordable and satisfying lunch away from the crowds.
Tongue and Brisket on Leather Lane is a great spot to eat a proper sandwich. The salt beef on rye is good. The schnitzel is perhaps even better.