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Mele E Pere
Mele E Pere is a casual Italian spot with an old-school Soho feel, that’s perfect for mates, dates, and getting your next beef ragu fix.
Diyarbakir Kitchen is a reliable all-round ocakbasi restaurant in Harringay, ideal for when you're in a big group, all hungry for perfectly grilled and spiced kofte.
Mykonos by way of Marylebone, Opso has a charming terrace, a knockout mousakas, and huge staycation potential.
Manteca is a British-led, Italian-inspired restaurant in Shoreditch making seductive food in a buzzy space. Come for the vibe and stick around for a second bowl of pig skin ragu.
Where To Go When You Don’t Want To Make A Big Deal About Your Birthday (But You Actually Kind Of Do)
The restaurants to go to when you’re telling everyone that your birthday is ‘no big deal’, when actually it is.
18 London Bars You Can Book For Your Birthday
Where to celebrate the inevitable process of ageing with your friends and some drinks.
A relaxed but decidedly cool pan-African restaurant in Southwark, Tatale is perfect for mates, dates, and any other occasion where Star beers and black eyed bean stew just makes sense.
Arguably London’s prettiest rooftop, Seabird in Southwark is also home to the best oyster experience in the city.
A big boozy smile-inducing Italian restaurant, Ave Mario is the place to be if you’re looking to let your hair down in Covent Garden.
Where To Have Your Birthday Dinner
The best restaurants for your birthday meal, assuming that Hollywood Bowl is no longer an option.
Cicchetti is an Italian restaurant in Knightsbridge serving Venetian-style sharing plates.
The George is a classy central London pub. It combines a boozy downstairs with a decadent dining room upstairs that serves delicious and faultless British classics at a not insignificant price.
A Mayfair classic that’s been serving champagne since the eighties, Langan’s is perfect for celebratory breakfasts.
Chuku’s is a little Nigerian tapas restaurant that’s big on flavours and feel-good factor.
Noble Rot Soho
Noble Rot’s second restaurant slips effortlessly into Soho with a familiar sense of style, comfort and potential sordidness.
Chisou is a small, intimate sushi restaurant in Knightsbridge serving great Japanese classics like inside-out rolls, udon noodles, and teriyaki.
Over Under is a great little coffee shop opposite Earls Court station that transforms into a fun bar come evening.