You'll find Magdalen in the rather ugly municipal office buildings that once housed the Mayor of London and his team before they were moved up the street to a...more
Named in honor of the candy factory that once stood here, neither this upstairs dining room nor downstairs café, located just outside the newer of...more
Recipient of a Michelin star in 2006, the Ledbury brings unprecedented polish, panache, and amuse-bouches to Notting Hill, taking this postal code to new levels...more
While Scott's, The Ivy, and Le Caprice favor diners with perseverance or a famous name, J. Sheekey, the fourth in the best-known quartet of restaurants in...more
Don't let this restaurant's name or its location on the top floor of an unassuming West London shopping center fool you. Le Café Anglais's menu is...more
This gorgeous 16th-century inn is officially a gastropub, but it's an extremely elevated version. Here in the heat-lamp-warmed gardens or on the covered...more
Top London chef Mark Hix (The Ivy and Le Caprice) serves up über-British dishes alongside cutting-edge art in his flagship restaurant in Soho. Above your...more
Unprepossessing from the outside and rather near the highway, this 18th-century inn has a cozy interior and an impressive pub/restaurant. Dishes run from the...more
A backstreet off Tottenham Court Road is the unlikely location for Alan Yau's highly lacquered, low-lit Michelin-starred restaurant. The dining room is...more
Great Queen Street is the name of a restaurant located on Great Queen Street. From that fact, you know it's a place where stolid common sense wins out over...more
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