Eating burgers in London is not exactly typical, but this site really deserves it. The owner is an Englishman ve lived for many years in the U.S. and on his return he said, in this city there is no place for a good hamburger so he
Eating when you travel on a low budget while avoiding the big fast food chains can be difficult, but it's not impossible. Apostrophe is in Sant Christopher Place, just off Oxford Street's many shops and malls and fast food places. But
At some point in my travels, I took up the habit of going to all the Hard Rock Cafés, a tradition as enriching as it is random, but it's fun. I satrted with the one in Madrid, where I'm from, and I'd never visited. Is the Hard Rock
Accustomed to premium-priced food chains, this Indian (also a chain) which is just the older sibling of the very popular Masala Zone chain, easily meets its mission. Indian food in a modest, intimate atmosphere in the heart of the
Il Convivio is a restaurant in Pimlico, on Ebury Street. It's a beautiful place with lovely decoration. The restaurant is part of the Etruscan, which has several Italian restaurants in London. You can book online and if you sign up
Hi Sushi Salsa is a Japanese restaurant located in Camden Town, north of London, right next to the canal that passes by Camden Lock. If you like Japanese food it's one of the best choices in the neighborhood. It's not too expensive
The Sherlock Holmes opened its doors in 1957 and now has a bar on the ground-floor, a covered roof gardens and, of course, a restaurant. If you're looking for a place to eat, don't hesitate about visiting the Sherlock Holmes! The pub
Galileo's is an Italian restaurant behind Leicester Square in the West End. The West End has all the large theaters and it's a very lively at night. After a movie people go there because it's cheap, more than anything else. The décor
This is an amazing Argentine restaurant to celebrate a special occasion. It is a very romantic place with excellent quality food. It has a great view over Tower Bridge. If you ask for a window table, along with the dim lighting,
At 132 Brick Lane, Aladin is one of the most popular curry restaurants in the street. Brick Lane is in East London and is a street full of restaurants (Indian, Pakistani and Bengali) all competing with each other as to who has the
I lived in England four years and I ate pastries at Greggs 3 times a week, more or less. The truth is that they are very delicious. The good thing is that they are not fried, are baked in the oven. They are very good. This is my first
This is another of those places not to be missed. It is a cafeteria which can no longer be found in London. Good coffee, good pastries and cakes, lovely service and a unique tables to pass that way. An ideal place to clear your any
This small cafe has the distinction of being built in Horace Jones Vault, one of the arches of Tower Bridge, the most famous bridge in London. It's on the south bank and the part that faces the river has much glass so you can see the
It ended up being the best place for dinner close by, and while the prices were a bit high (the cheapest burger was £ 10.75), there was a good deal for 2 courses to choose from for only £ 10.95. We weren't disappointed! PS: Watch out
London is full, I mean really full, of places to eat, and they all have different specialties. The food served is as varied as the nationalities of those ve live there. One day, we chose an Italian place, as we had already tried many
Nando's was not our first choice for eating out on New Year's Eve because overall the place is more like a bar than a restaurant for special occasions. But the restaurant we'd wanted to go to had stopped serving food at 8 pm (crazy
It's authentic English pub, with fish and chips, brunch with beans, potatoes, eggs and bacon, all kinds of beer, wood furniture, and carpet. Although sites are a bit "thick," you have to go for a drink if you're visiting London.
The Dickens Inn is a restaurant-hotel in St. Katherine Dock, east London. It overlooks the marina that is sheltered from the tidal Thames by a lock. It's one of the oldest wineries in the port where the goods were stored before taking
As for gastronomy, Sundays are sacred to Londoners: that day they eat the traditional 'Sunday Roast ': a hearty dish of meat, accompanied by vegetables and chips. The question is where to eat. If you've spent the morning browsing the
This London-based hamburger chain is a good choice for lunch or dinner to have an affordable, high-quality burger. Currently, there are 6 restaurants scattered around some of the most strategic points in London, places like Dean St
London is an expensive city for dining, but there are places like this where you do not need to spend a lot of money to eat really well. It's located in Chinatown, as it should be. We had a menu for 2 for just over 10 pounds with 3
Wasabi, besides being an essential condiment in Japanese cuisine, is a chain of Asian restaurants (particularly sushi), that has many restaurants in London. It is a good option if you want to have a snack or a meal at a good price.
The Gourmet Pizza restaurant is next to the River Thames, a few steps from the London Eye. We ate there with friends, it had just rained but the deck was partially sheltered so we ate out. It's a nice place as it's so expensive and
In a nutshell, cracking. This neighborhood pub in Wapping is possibly the oldest in London. Its origins date back to 1543, when it was a rustic tavern for sailors. Nestled on the old docks of the Thames with the passage of time it
This is a typical English pub with wood, carpeting, and a stale smell of beer. It's a step away from the Houses of Parliament, 10 Downing St. and Trafalgar Square. The menu offers home cooked food and a variety of beers. It's a small
I would like to first clarify one thing, Le Pain Quotidien is not a french chain, it's a Belgian chain! Now that that's clarified, I'm going to say that I LOVE IT! It's the same as in Belgium. I finally found a place in
The first idea that pops into your head when you think of a place to eat in Camden Town are the places in the market. Surely, the second option you think are the food stalls as well!
Well, if you want to look for a third option,
The Garden Café and Bar is a small cafe on the street parallel to Carnaby Street. While Carnaby is full of tourists and British fashionistas, Newburgh Street is quieter. The stores are mainly small boutiques that have given the
Near the famous London "Covent Garden" market, the Nags Head is a typical English restaurant. It looks like an old pub on the streets of London: wooden facade, furniture, signs, etc. The food is typical, with its "English Breakfast"