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When I say gluten-intolerant, most restaurants often do not want to serve me. Not Aquavit. The best tasting gluten free bread ever! It was possible to have conversation over breakfast. The staff are attentive but not annoying. Food and service were great. The location is easy to find and quiet though right next to (lower) Regent St. Great experience. MoreOpenTable Diner -
Took my daughter and partner for her 30th Birthday on Sat. Fab welcome, atmosphere and location. Waitress was great and when we mentioned the occasion, desert included an extra treat with candle! Small touches that meant a lot. Thanks for a great night! MoreOpenTable Diner -
I loved the tranquillity and the beauty of the dining room: all staff was extremely kind and helpful. We came to taste a true english roast beef in an historical place but we want to come back to try also other dishes. Wine list was great! MoreOpenTable Diner -
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The Five Fields delivers beautiful looking and tasting food worthy of it's Michelin Star. It has a good wine list to suit all tastes and price ranges. Unfortunately, I found the service quite intrusive and we had the tasting menu and everything was brought out too quickly and with much theatre......The food is wonderful and the tastes exciting and pleasing however, I was served the smallest glass of pink champagne I have ever had at £ 20 ?!! Very disappointed by this. The restaurant is small and tables well spread out but I found it a bit claustrophobic after a while. In summary, the food was excellent and staff friendly but a little too staid for my liking MoreOpenTable Diner -
We were planning to take my husband's aunt out to this castle in the Shooter’s hill for some mulled cider, stunning views and.. Christmas carols, followed by the dinner in the neighbourhood for her birthday. But, of course, castle visit had to get cancelled (snow in London is super powerful!!) and when we thought that this day is just not going to turn out well.. we went out for that pre-planned dinner. To the Blue Nile. Where we met Shewa who we connected with over Polaroid photos and her life story as a refugee back then and the owner of Blue Nile now. We had tears in our eyes while listening to Shewa’s story, then were laughing out loud when being introduced to Eritrean alphabet and true happiness visited us when we were singing happy birthday to our beloved one - Indira Fay! Us 3 and Shewa. Shewa, thank you for making our day and evening - you a truly an inspiration and we are definitely coming back!!! Absolutely gorgeous interior, amazing food and the owner.. simply a legend!!! MoreOpenTable Diner -
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Route Dalston Junction is a cafe/deli/bistro in the heart of bustling and vibrant Dalston. The food is well travelled and exciting; drawing inspiration from the Middle East and Mediterranean, whilst keeping a local, dynamic and modern spirit. Vibrant and welcoming, serving seasonal menus of breakfast, lunch and dinner made fresh every day. At the heart of the cafe is the amazing salad and deli counter that serves the most inspired salads and finest quality sourced charcuteries.
Husband and wife team Melek & Murat along with their long time school friend Mehmet, all share a passion for food. They draw inspiration from their rich and colourful local surroundings, as well as their diverse backgrounds; ingraining in them a strong sense of generosity and hospitality that they strive to establish in the café.More
FLOCK is a social bar and restaurant nested under the old Minories Railway Station built in 1840. Tower Hill FLOCK is one of London’s hidden gem specialising in artisan burgers, premium quality coffee and freshly made British food.
Over time, we have perfected our food and recently won ‘best surprising burger in London’ and '4th best place for brunch in London'. Open all day for exceptional coffee, amazing food, craft beer, wine and cocktails. This is a buzzing and unusual destination to experience. We are just across the road from Tower Bridge and Tower Hill Tube.
Come with your Flock.More
Located on St. John Street, Islington, The Great Chase is a, fine eating restaurant like no other. Here, passion for sublime cuisine meets the desire for a wonderful ambience within which to enjoy it. Our contemporary culinary delights perfectly complement our traditional values, with innovative and sophisticated menus and a setting that’s vibrant, yet relaxed.
Creativity is at the heart of our exciting new restaurant’s delectable food. Sumptuous offerings of premium meat, seasonal game, seafood and vegetarian dishes are carefully considered and lovingly created by our highly talented Head Chef. Our mouth-watering menus offer incredible taste combinations, made with only the very finest local ingredients.
It’s not just our exceptional cuisine we’re proud of. Our sensational non-alcoholic cocktails and our chic, comfortable surroundings all make for an unforgettable fine dining experience. More
Yuu Kitchen is inspired by the fun and freshness of flavours from south-east Asia and the Pacific Rim.
Head Chef Jon de Villa - previously of Nobu London - has created a menu inspired by his Filipino heritage and travels across Asia. Expect soft pillowy Taiwanese bao buns, bursting with buttermilk chicken, Australian Wagyu or 7UP-braised pork belly. Savour an Hawaiian poke bowl or Japanese charcoal salmon tatami - using only sashimi grade fish. Devour Japanese sweet and sticky eggplant and a Vietnamese crispy tofu roll with some Thai chicken larb. Enjoy Wine, bubbles and beers on tap, or indulge in a range of Asian-inspired cocktails including the light and fresh Bubble Tea cocktails.
You’ll be sharing your high top table with other guests and sharing your dishes with your friends. We recommend to select at least 3-4 dishes per person (these are small plates) from different sections of the menu.More
If dining in the U.K. still evokes lackluster fish and chips or sorry boiled vegetables, it’s time for a trip. Call it the renaissance of British cuisine—from revived and updated bangers and mash to regional authentic Chinese, London has rewritten its own culinary story and now proudly bears the qualities of a veritable food destination. With a population of nearly 8.8 million people and one of the most popular airports in the world, the city is a bastion of cultural and culinary diversity, from an old world Parsi café and forage-forward tasting menus, to rethought English breakfasts and markets of all types. We’ll cheers to that.