175 "Dining Solo" restaurants in London.
Ant House is a casual Vietnamese restaurant on the edge of Shoreditch making crusty and delicious bánh mì as well a pho, sizzling plates, and more.
Marugame Udon is a Japanese udon chain offering low-cost handmade noodles perfect for a quick meal.
A casual Caribbean spot on Crouch Hill, One Love Kitchen’s jerk wrap is one of our favourite lunch options going.
A soul food-inspired spot in Peckham Levels serving chicken burgers, banh mi cheesesteaks, and more.
A casual no-brainer restaurant serving comforting Middle Eastern dishes, Arabica is a spot you should always have in your King’s Cross repertoire.
Wong Kei is a Chinatown and London landmark that’s always there when you need a bowl of wonton soup or a plate of rice and ho-fun. Just bring cash.
Kiln doesn't do wishy-washy takes on Thai food. It's brilliant, high-octane, hot stuff—especially when you're in front of open flames at the bar.
Yada’s is a delicious Kurdish restaurant on Rye Lane making mezze, shawarmas and sandwiches that will impress and satisfy anyone and everyone.
Bao’s Noodle Shop brings a failsafe formula to Shoreditch with tasty tripe and other small plates alongside comforting bowls of noodle soup.
Barrafina is a legendary Soho tapas restaurant that’s always crowded but always worth the wait.
Barrafina Adelaide Street is just as good as the Soho location, and just a little bit less crowded. Get your tapas fix.
Quality Chop House is an excellent British restaurant in Clerkenwell that’s a natural at filling you up with good food and good wine.
A classic London gastropub perfect for a Sunday roast and a few drinks in Parliament Hill.
If you’re looking for a Tokyo-style dining experience in central London, visit Koya Bar for excellent udon noodles and small plates.
The bao are what makes this Taiwanese joint legendary, but the small plates are even better. The queues at Bao are an official Soho landmark.