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Max’s Sandwich Shop in Stroud Green serves inventive sandwiches with buckets of personality. It’s fast becoming a North London institution.
Rochelle Bar and Canteen at the Institute of Contemporary Arts on The Mall does simple British cooking at the highest levels.
Black Axe Mangal on Highbury Corner isn’t your typical Turkish spot. It’s your Turkish spot that loves heavy metal and cooking with offal.
Londrino is a somewhat serious Portuguese restaurant in Bermondsey that doubles as a nice neighbourhood spot.
Flour & Grape is another member of the we-just-invented-fresh-pasta club, and it’s worth the trek over to Bermondsey when Padella is rammed.
Smoking Goat in Shoreditch serves regional Thai food. It satisfies rather than stuns, but it’s ideal for sharing.
108 Garage is a Notting Hill restaurant located in - you guessed it - a former garage. Both the atmosphere and food are brilliant and unique.
Core is an excellent fine dining restaurant in Notting Hill. It’s fine dining for people who actually want a proper meal.
Originally from Copenhagen, Mother is a pizzeria located in the railway arches of the new Battersea Power Station development.
This second Hoppers location in Marylebone serves the same excellent Sri Lankan food as the Soho original, and actually takes reservations.
E. Pellicci is an old-school classic in Bethnal Green. It’s warm and welcoming, and if you don’t get a Full English breakfast, you did it wrong.
Sibarita is a casual, affordable tapas spot just far away enough from the madness of Covent Garden’s main square.
Ikoyi is a casual fine dining restaurant in St James Market serving a Modern European take on West African cuisine.
Bone Daddies has brought ramen to High Street Kensington, with this location atop a Whole Foods. Hit it for an excellent bowl of noodles.
The Frog is a brilliant new restaurant, just off Brick Lane, and feels sort of like it belongs in a classic children’s novel.