The variety of London eat outs is mind blowing. Whether you want to dine at a Michelin-starred restaurant or experience top street food hangouts, we’ve got it covered.
Owned by the pair behind the Michelin Starred Lyles restaurant in Shoreditch, Flor is a bakery, wine bar and restaurant rolled into one.
Serving everything from coffee and home-baked pastries through to post work dinner and wine, it has become a well-known address in London’s Borough Market. With all ingredients sourced with the utmost attention to quality and ethics, Flor is worth a spot on your itinerary list, especially for a laid-back vibe on a Saturday morning.
1 Bedale Street
London SE1 9AL
T: 020 3967 5418
One of the prettiest spots in London, this unique venue is elegantly divided into sections with an impressive garden room, greenhouse, cocktail bar and a café, all perfect for any time of day or evening to enjoy their seasonal British food.
The bar and kitchen focuses on waste-reducing sustainable methods and ingredients, with the restaurant offering a delicious farm-to-table menu, supporting local produce. The perfect place for that long lunch.
Bourne & Hollingsworth Buildings
42 Northampton Road
Clerkenwell, EC1R 0HU
T: 020 3174 1156
For a new experience, head to Cakes and Bubbles where Albert Adria, voted the ‘Worlds best pastry chef’, invites you to enjoy a parade of exceptional deserts alongside a wide selection of Champagne and Sparkling wines. Buy single cakes of such elegance or opt for the outstanding afternoon tea selection which is more like a work of art. A more savoury offering for lunch is available, making this the perfect location for that afternoon treat.
CAKES AND BUBBLES
70 Regent Street
London W1B 4DY
T: 020 7406 3310
A new take on sustainability in one of London’s prime food spots, Fallow has turned heads with its no waste approach to an innovative British/Irish menu. Chefs Jack Croft and Will Murray pay as much attention to the sourcing of ingredients as in their preparation of dishes, using interesting cuts and seasonal produce. With plenty of vegan and vegetarian options as well, this place is a must visit eco-destination for all. Even the paper for the menu is made from harvested algae!
10 Heddon Street
London, W1B 4BX