135 "Literally Everyone" restaurants in London.
Eating tongue is fun every once in a while. But you're usually looking for something just as memorable, and way more crowd pleasing. Here are the restaurants that will satisfy (and impress) your artsy roommate, new mother-in-law, and everyone in between.
Dim Sum & Duck makes second-to-none handmade dumplings, glistening roasted meats, and will become your new go-to from your very first bite.
A Philadelphia-inspired Fitzrovia dive bar serving real-deal philly cheesesteaks, wings, and draft beers.
Sidechick in Marylebone specialises in juicy, crispy, roast chicken. And it’s some of the best we’ve ever eaten.
Cue Point is a British Afghan catering company who have popped up at The Chiswick Pavilion and are making some excellent smoked meats.
The Best Broasted is a casual Syrian spot in Willesden Green whose crunchy made-to-order chicken broasted is a must order.
A teeny, tiny Japanese shop and takeaway counter in Tottenham, Sushi Heads is perfect for frozen dumplings, bottled sauces, and pretty good sushi.
A neighbourhood restaurant in Balham, The Red Duck is a cool and casual spot that you’ll use time and time again.
A laid-back brunch spot in Tooting, Juliets is lowkey serving some of the best food in London.
A Caribbean spot in Shepherd’s Bush serving dumpling burgers, jerk chicken, and a signature fruit punch.
Gadz is a Lebanese cafe behind Finsbury Park station making freshly made shawarmas, wraps, and salads.
Campania is an Italian restaurant off Columbia Road ideal for a romantic dinner, that’s equally lovely during the day.
A pastel-coloured retro deli, Lina Stores in King’s Cross serves great handmade pasta to eat-in - or to-go from their deli counter.
Tokyo Pizza is a casual underground pizza spot on Maida Vale, serving Japanese-inspired pizza toppings and some very tasty salads.
Stampa is a straightforward Italian café and restaurant serving good quality and low cost handmade pasta and paninis.