Inn the Park
Contact details for Inn the Park, the contemporary British Restaurant, Bar, and Cafe located inside St James's Park, London.
Aspleys - Italian Restaurant at The Lanesborough
Apsleys, which opened in 2008, is housed in the former Conservatory Restaurant at The Lanesborough hotel in London. Guests dine under the famous Lanesborough glass roof and are offered innovative cuisine and impeccable service in an intimate contemporary ambiance.
Hummus Bros features homemade hummus with a choice of toppings, served with warm pitta bread, salads and juices. The food is fresh and simple yet delicious. Hummus Bros are the only place in the UK to concentrate solely on hummus.
222 Veggie Vegan Restaurant
222 Veggie Vegan is a 100% vegan restaurant which focuses on a healthy lifestyle and enjoyment of good quality vegetarian food.
Food For Thought
Food for Thought is a Covent Garden institution. This basement vegetarian restaurant has been on Neal Street since 1974 and has a well-deserved reputation for good hearty vegetarian food at reasonable prices.
Tea Palace is a modern tea emporium that offers the widest selection of the finest quality teas and infusions available in the UK. Tea Palace has a retail-only store in Covent Garden.
Tea is a modern tea shop next to St. Paul's Cathedral, London.
Rhodes 24 Restaurant
Rhodes 24 is the Gary Rhodes restaurant on the 24th floor of Tower 42, the tallest building in the City of London.
The Roof Garden at Rockwell at the Trafalgar Hilton Hotel London
The Rockwell Roof Garden restaurant at the Trafalgar Hilton Hotel overlooks Trafalgar Square in London. It offers magnificent views of Trafalgar Square, Westminster, the London Eye, and beyond.
Galvins at Windows
Galvins at Windows is on the 28th floor of the London Hilton on Park Lane Hotel. It has a glamorous 1930's interior and serves modern French cuisine. It offers some stunning views of London including the gardens of Buckingham Palace.
The Albemarle (formerly The Grill) is the fine restaurant at Brown's Hotel which specializes in quality British cooking. The chefs use the finest seasonal ingredients. An a la carte menu is available, as well as set lunches and a pre-theatre dinner menu.
St John - London Restaurants
St. John London restaurants specialize in 'nose to tail' dining which means no part of an animal is unworthy of eating. It certainly makes for an interesting menu!
Andrew Edmunds is located in a townhouse in Soho. The dining rooms are quite small and the cosy, rustic tables are quite close but that adds the intimate atmosphere in this candle-lit restaurant. It's the kind of place you would expect to find in a European village with it's charming hand-written bistro-style menu which changes daily. Expect music later in the evening and expect to book for this very reasonably-priced, charming Modern European eatery. Great for a romantic evening.
J. Sheekey opened in 1896 and was originally a small oyster bar. Its popularity grew in the 50s and 60s and it is now a superb London fish restaurant. Its theaterland location makes it a place to be seen by many glamorous visitors and locals.
Below Zero is the restaurant and lounge with the Absolute Ice Bar London in Piccadilly.
Ciro's Pizza Pomodoro Restaurant
Ciro's Pizza Pomodoro's building was built in 1894 as Turkish Baths, and is in a churchyard, which make this an unusual place to visit. The food is simple pizza and pasta dishes but diners go for the fun as much as the food as there's live music every evening.
Roast offers British cuisine using the finest ingredients. The restaurant is located within the foodie heaven of Borough Market and diners can look down and watch the hub bub of the market below.
The Quality Chop House
The Quality Chop House was established in 1870 and has that welcoming atmosphere associated with working class eateries. The restaurant was refurbished in the 1980s but still retains much of the original Victorian decor. Located in Farringdon, EC1, The Quality Chop House has a reputation for serving quality British cuisine.
Rock & Soul Plaice
Rock & Soul Plaice is London's oldest fish and chip shop. Established in 1871, Rock & Soul Plaice is popular with locals and tourists all day long.
Brasserie Roux at Sofitel London Heathrow
The 5-star luxury Sofitel London Heathrow hotel plans to change the 'airport culinary landscape' with their range of eating and drinking concepts. Michelin-starred restaurateur Albert Roux OBE oversees Brasserie Roux.
Rules - London's Oldest Restaurant
Rules is the oldest restaurant in London. Established in 1798 by Thomas Rules, the restaurant specializes in traditional British food such as game, oysters, pies, and puddings. Rules actually owns a game reserve in the north of England giving them access to quality game birds (pheasant, patridge, etc), roe deer, and Belted Galloway beef.
Le Gavroche has never been cheap but it has always offered authentic French cuisine. It is considered an extremely romantic venue.
Bar Kick is a table football bar in Shoreditch, London, E1. As well as table football, it has 3 menus: Sandwich, Mains, and Side Dishes, and it's mostly organic ingredients.
Brasil by Kilo
Brasil by Kilo may not be pretty but you come here for the delicious food not the decor. You soon forget you are on Oxford Street, the busiest shopping street in London, and feel whisked away to a Brazilian haven.
The Tipperary - Irish Pub in London
The Tipperary is the oldest Irish pub in London and celebrated its 400th anniversary in 2006. Have a look at the plaque inside explaining the pub's history. The Tipperary prides itself on serving good quality ales and appears in the Good Beer Guide.