Elk in the Woods, is a special British bar/restaurant that serves up pricey but delectably excellent food that will leave you, full, satisfied and proud you made such a good choice for lunch. They serve an array of foods, and many eclectic options for you adventurous diners out there, as well as classic traditionals. They have free wifi and the staff and atmosphere are quite friendly. Christmas Menu Regular Menu
Classic decor, excellent service and the Great British menu. Bone marrow toast, welsh rarebit, saddle of rabbit. spring asparagus and more.You must be a meat-eater to appreciate this tail-to-hoof restaurant or why bother coming? Yes, they have greens but that's not their speciality. Christmas Menu Regular Menu
It doesn't really get better than this. Highest restaurant in UK and the views are extraordinary. A meal here is simply great fun, with the zippy glass elevator ride up to the 40th floor and tremendous views. Good food and great service. Christmas Menu Regular Menus
One of the best meals in London easily deserving of their Michelin star rating. This is an elegant and polished restaurant that achieves excellence without an ounce of pretension. Service is exemplary and so is the coastal Indian cuisine. Trisha is a higher end, southern Indian restaurant. The cuisine is lighter than its Northern Indian counterpart and less creamy than the English inspired variations of Indian cuisine. Christmas Menu Regular Menu
This place is a nice, bright and welcoming setting. While it is a pretty standard English pub in some respects, the open flow from the inside to the patio is great. This is just a fantastic venue. Ridiculously high quality ingredients beautifully cooked . The waitresses are all very helpful and take the time to explain various items on the menu. Christmas Menu Regular Menu
Experience: happy hour drinks, excellent dinners in the upstairs dining room, traditional Sunday roast, casual pub grub by the fireplace. The menu offers impressive English gastro delights such as calves liver and bacon and meatloaf. The food is excellent in its appearance and taste and although expensive for what is in essence a pub, once you've tasted the food you know it is money well spent. Christmas Menu Regular Menu
For those who have never seen it, Kettners is a bit of an institution in Soho. Beautiful building, beautiful rooms and just generally beautiful place (even the bathrooms). The food is phenomenal. The coctails and the champagne are great, the ambiance great. On the expensive side but certainly a nice atmosphere for a drink or two. Christmas Menu Regular Menu
A solid and well priced French restaurant, it's been on Upper Street for 30+ years for a reason - because it serves decent food at a great price. Every main dish is relatively cheap for French food which was just great because the quality is amazing! The food is great, the meat is perfectly cooked and the fries are among the best. Regular Menu Christmas Menu
This place is pretty great. A definite family feel with a great ring of authenticity throughout. This restaurant does good, large pizzas and other Italian dishes to the accompaniment of loud and uplifting live piano music. The food is fabulous, including the olives and cheese whisked over to you as appetisers within moments of sitting down.
Good service, good food, great beer and an overall very swanky looking place. Late dinner or casual lunch, It is a safe value. Not too expensive, always the same quality of food, no bad surprises. Browns is the perfect place to enjoy good food in stylish surroundings. Christmas Menus Regular Menus
Rich menu with plenty of choice of starters, mains and desserts. Great, generous and fresh food is paired with a healthy selection of beers. This place leans far more to the gastropub range of the scale so if that's what you're looking for this is your place. The Sunday roasts are tasty, the fish and chips are crispy and fresh. Christmas Menus Regular Menu
Great place! Great food, great beer and awesome wait staff! Highly recommend giving this place a try. They have a sunroof in the dining area and it really makes a difference in brightening up the typically dark and pubby atmosphere of... well, a pub. They have tons of options for beer too, even providing a free sample of available drafts if you can't make up your mind. Christmas Menu Regular Menu
This café dedicated to unusual bowls of cereal. Sure, there are healthy options, but the real fun's in its massive range of wacky neon-coloured foreign cereals and selection of toppings that includes peanut butter chips and freeze-dried marshmallows. Be warned, though, you may want to visit on a weekdays as queues can stretch round the corner on weekends. MENU
Unlimited peanut butter on toast. That's probably the most important thing about this hang-out space for artsy types (it calls itself 'a treehouse for grown-ups', rather than a café). Instead of paying for what you eat or drink, you're charged 5p a minute to be there, thus making you a 'micro tenant' who's free to use the facilities as you wish. There's a full kitchen with espresso machine, teas and other sweet snacks (did we mention the peanut butter and toast?), plus a selection of records to play and books to read. The fun, creative crowd it attracts make it a bit like hiring an Airbnb property that comes with its own supercool live-in buddies
At this drop-in icing café, you buy one of the seasonal range of biscuits (say, flowers and hearts for springtime), the waiter or waitress quickly explains the basics of icing and then you're free to use the colourful range of sugary decorations to beautify your biscuit. Be warned, though: to leave you'll have to walk past the phenomenal range of chocolates, cakes and sweet treats upstairs in the beautiful neo-Parisian boutique. Good luck resisting buying the whole shop up.