Eating Out in London

As one of the most multicultural cities in the world, nearly every cuisine imaginable can be enjoyed in cosmopolitan London. German, Korean, Brazilian, American – it’s all here.

While eating out in London is a relatively pricey endeavour, there are so many options that eating on a budget is no impossible task. Cheaper cafes, decent chain restaurants, and the rapidly rising street food scene are all fantastic affordable choices. Those with money to splurge won’t be disappointed either – London is also home to some of the world’s most innovative and exclusive restaurants.

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18 Wellington Street, Covent Garden

1. Christopher's

3 reviews
45 Great Marlborough Street

2. Ping Pong

1 review
2, Mill Street

3. Tentazioni

1 review
26 St. John Street

4. St. John

0 reviews
87 Tower Bridge Road

5. M Manze

0 reviews
135 Wardour Street

6. Princi

0 reviews
19-23 Charlotte Street

7. Wahaca

0 reviews
159 Brick Lane

8. Brick Lane Beigel Bake

0 reviews
38 Poland Street

9. Golden Union

0 reviews
Brook Street
Walham Grove, Fulham

11. The Harwood Arms

0 reviews
Mandarin Oriental Hyde Park, 66 Knightsbridge
9 Devonshire Square, London EC2M 4YL

13. Cinnamon Kitchen

0 reviews
5 Kingly street, London W1B 5PF

14. Cinnamon Soho

0 reviews

Reviews about Eating Out in London

Always a great option close to the theaters. We've dined there several times with pleasure.

United States,

Happy to recommend this restaurant - we have had a number of rather good meals here.

United Kingdom,

Excellent food and service always. Thank you!

United Kingdom,

Fantastic place for an evening meal (Rib-eye steak to die for), or for a weekend breakfast brunch. Fine dining, but with a friendly atmosphere, not at all stuffy. One of our favourite places in London, just 15 minutes walk from our flat near the British Museum.

United Kingdom,

The Sunday deal is really worth trying out! Great food.

United Kingdom,
Ping Pong