The Very Best Local Restaurants in London

Don’t they say that the surest path to discovering a place’s culture runs through the stomach? Our London locals feel the same and they’re eager to share their favorite spots for breakfast, lunch, dinner, casual spots, fine dining, traditional kitchen, ethnic cuisine and everything in between — all without breaking the bank. When it comes to the best food in town, you’re in safe, expert hands with these restaurants.

Bodeans – Smoked BBQ deliciousness

Bodeans – Smoked BBQ deliciousness

Image by Claire Creighton

“Bodeans” London is definitely one of my favourite places to go for a meal in Soho. Protip: only go there when you’re feeling up to their epic portions…

Full Article by Claire Creighton

Books for Cooks – Best lunch in town

Books for Cooks – Best lunch in town

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“Books for Cooks” is an oddity. It’s one of London’s best-stocked cookery book shops and an excellent, surprising and cheap restaurant all rolled into…

Full Article by Josh Ferry Woodard

Brasserie Zédel – Unmissable French brasserie

Brasserie Zédel – Unmissable French brasserie

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I love having London’s “Brasserie Zédel” up my sleeve for whenever I need a great West End dining experience. I’m still not tired of the ‘prix fixe’ menu.

Full Article by Peter Clayburn

Brickwood – Australian eaterie

Brickwood – Australian eaterie

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“Brickwood” is in London’s Clapham, one of the hubs of the city’s Australian community. They’ve put their brunch-related talents to excellent use here…

Full Article by Peter Clayburn

Brilliant Corners – A jazz kissaten in Dalston

Brilliant Corners – A jazz kissaten in Dalston

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“Brilliant Corners” London: in a nutshell, great food, a fantastic wine and beer selection and an interesting soundtrack on an amazing-sounding system.

Full Article by Andrew Sidford

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