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Randall & Aubin
Located in the heart of Soho, Randall & Aubin is the place to go for a great evening out. As well as having a great atmosphere, the food is simply delicious. With a great menu offering top seafood dishes such as whole dressed crab and classics including sirloin steak, it certainly makes the queuing for a table policy well worth it.
Scoff & Banter Kensington
Scoff & Banter Kensington serves g reat British food in the beautiful old Vanderbilt family mansion on the Cromwell Road. The perfect West London dining experience, just moments away from some of London's best museums and shops.
Scoff & Banter Kensington serves g reat British food in the beautiful old Vanderbilt…More
London Borough Market
London's most renowned food market, Borough Market is a provider of exceptional British and international produce located in London Bridge, under the railway lines. Open from Thursday to Saturday, Borough market's amazing food and atmosphere make it an experience you will not forget.
Based near Sloane Square and only open on Saturdays, Pimlico Road Farmers' Market is a regular for many famous chefs and celebrities to buy their organic produce. As you stroll around, the friendly stall owners offer free samples and advice which enhances the experience.
Based near Sloane Square and only open on Saturdays, Pimlico Road Farmers' Market is a regular…More
A late Victorian classy pub situated in Mayfair, The Audley is one of the most popular drinking establishments in the area. Known for serving excellent food and drink, not even Michelle Obama could resist on a recent trip over to London.
Lamb & Flag
Situated in Covent Garden, The Lamb & Flag is a cosy pub, full of character. Well known for its selection of whiskies and ale, if you fancy going to a typically British pub with a good atmosphere, this is the place to go.
Owned by the famous Guy Ritchie, the Punchbowl is known to have an impressive A-list clientele, ranging from Prince Harry to Justin Timberlake. Located in Mayfair, if you're looking for a charming, old fashioned, yet busy pub, this is the place for you.
Fortnum and Mason
Quintessentially English, a favourite of the Royals and one of the most famous and oldest stores in London, Fortnum and Mason are renowned purveyors of fine foods, hampers, teas and wine. With its fantastic interiors, Fortnum's is a must-see store and an excellent place to buy beautifully wrapped gifts for all the family.
The Guinea Grill
The Guinea restaurant and private dining room is housed in one of London’s oldest pubs. Established in 1423, The Guinea is a traditional English pub in the heart of Mayfair. Serving some of the best steak in London, fresh fish, seafood, English lamb and their famous pies, it's a great place to eat for a truly British experience.
Sea Shell of Lisson Grove
You can't get more British than fish and chips. The Sea Shell has gained a great reputation with stars and celebrities alike and is located close to some of London's most famous landmarks, including Madame Tussauds, The Planetarium, Lords Cricket Ground, Abbey Road and Regents Park Zoo.
If you have a sweet tooth, this is the place for you! Lola's aspiration goal of ‘handcrafting the best cupcakes that you have ever tasted', comes true when you taste one. Situated just behind The May Fair Hotel, a visit to Lola's is unavoidable.
The perfect place to satisfy your cheese addiction, La Fromagerie enjoys the reputation of being one of the best cheese shops in England. As well as the shop there is also a café where you can enjoy dishes such as Escargots L'Anglais, Croque Monsieur, charcuterie plates and, of course, the La Fromagerie Cheese Plate.
Allens of Mayfair
Mayfair's oldest butcher prides itself on its excellent reputation. By only supplying meat that is in season to ensure top quality cuts, Allens is a supplier to many of London's top restaurants. Delia Smith has said ‘one of the best places to buy game in the British Isles’. If you are a meat lover and into cooking, visit…
Mayfair's oldest butcher prides itself on its excellent reputation. By only supplying meat…More
Mayfair's oldest butcher prides itself on its excellent reputation. By only supplying meat that is in season to ensure top quality cuts, Allens is a supplier to many of London's top restaurants. Delia Smith has said ‘one of the best places to buy game in the British Isles’. If you are a meat lover and into cooking, visit Allens of Mayfair.Close
If you're the type that can't resist a slice of bread, visit & Clarkes. From parmesan and herb, to fig and fennel breads, & Clarkes produces over 2000 unique and classic loaves a night.
Nobu is arguably the most famous Japanese restaurant in the world. With clients ranging from film stars and models to rock stars and politicians, book well in advance. The May Fair Hotel is perfectly located just opposite Nobu Berkley and a five minute walk from the original Park Lane Nobu.
Situated in Knightsbridge, Zuma offers a sophisticated twist on the traditional Japanese izakaya style of informal eating and drinking. With consistently delicious food, Zuma continues to maintain an excellent reputation and never fails to have a great atmosphere.
Famed for its A-list clientele, ranging from royals and designers to actors and musicians, Le Caprice is one of the capital's finest dining establishments. The food and service never disappoint. Reservations well in advance are advisable.