The best restaurants in London according to visitors' reviews

If you are looking for an excellent restaurant in London, then we recommend that you familiarize yourself with the rating of the best metropolitan establishments, based on the feedback of visitors.

10. Core by Clare Smyth

This cozy restaurant, located in the heart of Notting Hill, serves delicious British cuisine. There are three-course menus, as well as many delicious snacks, if you just want a snack.

Elegant food and relaxed atmosphere extol this restaurant in the top ten.

More information can be found on the official website

9. The Ledbury

This is not the cheapest restaurant, but if you celebrate some special event or just want to pamper yourself with refined dishes, then this institution should be added to your list.

The Ledbury menu is very diverse: it contains both oysters, pork dishes, fish and a variety of delicious desserts.

More information can be found on the official website

8. Bar 61 Restaurant

This family restaurant offers many Spanish tapas, as well as some signature dishes from chicken. The institution is very popular among parents with young children.

The cost of tapas varies from £6 to £9.50, and there are also classic Spanish dishes.

More information can be found on the official website

7. Lentil

Judging by the reviews, you can enjoy delicious dishes of Nepalese and Indian cuisine at the Lentil Hotel, located in the Ealing area. The restaurant is often described as inexpensive, with a friendly and fast service.

More information can be found on the official Facebook page.

6. Daphne Restaurant

The menu of this cozy restaurant has a large selection of Mediterranean dishes from Greek cuisine. There are also many options for meat dishes and a few suggestions of vegetarian cuisine.

More information can be found on the official website

5. Shahi Pakwaan

The restaurant can be described in a few words: delicious traditional Indian food. The restaurant has an impressive menu with many inexpensive options. The cost of main courses starts at £7.95, the price of snacks - from £2.95.

More information can be found on the official website

4. The Oystermen Seafood Bar & Kitchen

Do you want to organize a posh lunch or dinner? Visit this elegant restaurant, where you will find a menu with a variety of delicious seafood dishes. The main dishes start at £16.50, but portions of the restaurant are always generous.

More information can be found on the official website

3. Pizza Union

London has many fine pizzerias, but Pizza Union will never stop admiring gourmets with its 30-centimeter pizza baked in "Roman style."

Prices for pizza are quite acceptable - from £3.95, and fast service makes this institution ideal if you do not have time to have lunch.

More information can be found on the official website

2. R&H Café Gallery

For those who are looking for a dose of oriental culture, this restaurant is ideal. Pamper yourself with traditional Persian dishes for a light breakfast, lunch or a delicious dinner.

Just imagine: fried eggplants, hearty kofte (meatballs), turkeys, omelet and traditional Persian rice cakes.

In addition, the restaurant has a shop, where you can buy ingredients to try to cook at home a few oriental dishes.

More information can be found on the official website

1. The Lounge Café

The café is located in the Chalkhill Community Center, so you may have to take a short drive to visit the institution. But, according to reviews, it is worth it, because in The Lounge Café they can offer relaxed atmosphere, friendly staff and a rich menu.

The cafe is famous not only for the classic English breakfast, it is also great for visiting with children and is a hub for gathering local community members who want to share any exciting events and news.

More information can be found on the official website

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