31 "Birthdays" restaurants in London.
The restaurant group that bought London Roka, Coya, and Zuma (for better or worse) have opened a Greek restaurant in Fitzrovia. And it’s fantastic.
Jamavar is an upmarket Indian restaurant in Mayfair with excellent food and a surprisingly relaxed atmosphere.
Pizarro is a Spanish restaurant in Bermondsey with excellent wine and tapas. Get the Iberico Presa and croquetas.
Ottolenghi is a casual restaurant and deli that serves fresh Middle Eastern-influenced food, pastries and excellent salads.
Bombay Bustle is more formal than your local curry house but not at all stuffy, even though it’s in Mayfair.
Berber & Q is a Middle Eastern/North African restaurant where locals hang and eat things from the grill. You want those things.
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.
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.
Chef Yotam Ottolenghi’s flagship restaurant serves modern Middle Eastern-sharing plates in a stunning, upscale dining room.
London’s favourite 24-hour, swish restaurant at the top of a skyscraper is perfect for brunch or very late night eats.
Verdi's is a proper neighbourhood Italian restaurant in Stepney Green with homemade pasta and bread that delivers every single time.
Red Rooster is a NYC-based restaurant now in Shoreditch, with a variety of Southern-style American food on the menu and a live band playing daily.
Lemonia is a Greek restaurant in Primrose Hill that’s always busy, and never fails to put a smile on our faces.
Kitty Fisher’s is a restaurant in Mayfair’s Shepherd’s Market serving hedonistic plates of rich and delicious British food.
Eating at Ciao Bella in Bloomsbury feels like stepping back in time. It’s old school Italian done the way it’s supposed to be done.