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Temper Covent Garden is a loud and fun spot from the same people behind the Soho and City branches. This one specialises in pizzas and ‘not pasta’.
Som Saa was once a pop up in London Fields, and is now a full blown restaurant near Spitalfields that’s become a new London Thai classic.
By Chloe in Covent Garden is a vegan import from the US, and it’s fine as long as the food isn’t trying to be something it isn’t.
Brat is a rowdy feeling spot in Shoreditch, serving small plates and huge pieces of fish and meat cooked on their wood fired grill.
The Coach is a beautifully renovated pub near Farringdon serving some of the best French bistro food we’ve had in a long time.
Bombay Bustle is more formal than your local curry house but not at all stuffy, even though it’s in Mayfair.
Trullo is the kind of neighbourhood Italian restaurant you’d find in an actual Italian neighbourhood, and the food is simply fantastic.
Duddell’s is restaurant in a converted church near London Bridge. It’s pricey, but it serves good dim sum, as well as other Cantonese dishes.
Parsons is a tiny seafood restaurant in Covent Garden. It’s a sanctuary from the crowds and serves some very nice fish based dishes too.
P Franco is a Clapton wine shop that hosts guest chefs who serve stunning small plates to neighbourhood regulars. You want to be a regular.
Ozone in Shoreditch is best known as one of London’s best coffee spots, but their non-stop food offerings make them a restaurant in our book.
Roganic in Marylebone is a ‘let me take a moment to explain the menu’ kind of place featuring foraged ingredients. That said, it’s really very good.
You should look past all the kitsch on display at Café Miami’s because their tacos and toasties are some of the best in Clapton.
Yard Sale is a cosy diner in Clapton serving up some of the best pizzas in London .