Best Places to eat in London

Rainy town by the Thames.

Sketch

Duck & Waffle

The Arts Club

Restaurant Ours

Hutong

Greenberry Cafe

Sketch

@globalnewyorker's top pick for London. Sketch is the ultimate experience with a gorgeous plush pink Wes Anderson-esk brunch spot, a forest-like side eatery, an interesting front bar area which gets rowdy at night, and best of all - the unbelievably wondrous bathroom design.

Duck & Waffle

@globalnewyorker's absolute favorite place in London. A classic for late-night eating, this incredible rooftop restaurant looking over the whole city is open 24/7 and serves incredible dishes with cocktails to pair (if you arrive before they stop serving alcohol each night). Waits for a table can be as long as an hour and restaurant is busy around the clock - so know what you're in for - but all is definitely worth the wait. Order DUCK & WAFFLE from their menu. Hands down the best dish.

The Arts Club

If you are lucky enough to score an invite to this members-only club - you'll have a lovely time. The restaurant serves amazing cuisine and has a beautiful garden in the back for the warmer months. There is also a fun lounge downstairs to definitely checkout post-dinner.

Restaurant Ours

An indoor garden gem with a second story lounge. Food or tables don't come too quick, but the restaurant has a super fun vibe, exposed brick walls, bar carts scattered around the dining room, and a lot of celeb appearances. Enjoy before a great night out.

Hutong

Grand Chinese restaurant located in the Shard - tallest European building. Food is spicy, wholesome, and commercially authentic. For drinks before or after dinner - the Shard also offers a variety of options - so arrive early or plan to stay late.

Greenberry Cafe

Amazing little eatery perfect for brunch a off the main touristic passages. Enjoy it on a Saturday or Sunday afternoon and take in the Primrose Hill area as a new discovery of London.

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