London is always a fantastic place for travel, as well as food hunting if you are loose on budget. In our latest trip to London, we've discovered some fancy restaurants for the very first time. Moreover, we once again went back to some that we've always enjoyed visiting. Let's read on to find out more about top 8 London's restaurants that you should absolutely try immediately. Go!
Cozy Luxury Restaurant in Central London
HIDE is undoubtedly one of the best luxury restaurant in London. We love everything of it; from high-quality dishes to excellent service and cozy atmosphere, you simply cannot resist having a lovely meal there. Its truffled scrambled eggs on toast is absolutely a heaven to us. What a great place to start a good morning! We truly had a fantastic dinning experience there.
HIDE | 85 Piccadilly, London W1J 7NB, United Kingdom ★★★★★
Signature Dishes with Stunning Views of London
What's more you can ask for when you can "sightsee" and dine at the same time? This British cuisine restaurant is located in a 40th-floor space and opens 24/7 which allows you to enjoy a meal, or even just a glass of wine anytime in front of its floor-to-ceiling windows with such beautiful overlooking views of London. Don't miss out its signature dish Duck & Waffle because it is surprisingly tasty that you'd probably want more and more.
Duck & Waffle London | 110 Bishopsgate, London EC2N 4AY, United Kingdom ★★★★☆
Iconic English Afternoon Tea in a Luxury Hotel
It is always a good idea to enjoy a traditional afternoon tea like a royal before you leave London. The Ritz London is probably the most popular place to have a proper afternoon tea in the city. The afternoon tea session is always fully booked for the next few months so do book it at least months in advance. Everything in overall was great. We were literally treated by the waiters like some princesses. 5-star rating for sure!
The Ritz London | 150 Piccadilly, St. James's, London W1J 9BR, United Kingdom ★★★★★
Excellent Breakfast & Brunch in a Comfy Cafe
We bumped into this lovely Australian cafe for a tasty brunch before we headed to Kew Garden. The honey pancakes with blueberry we ordered was very fluffy. It wasn't quite busy during lunch time on a weekday. The whole environment looks so much like a garden to us. It was totally a great place to chill out. We had a wonderful time there!
Antipodea Kew | 9 Station Approach, Richmond TW9 3QB, United Kingdom ★★★★☆
Amazing Local Egg Dishes in London
It is our second time that we've been to this lovely place over few years and it still didn't disappoint us. If you like eating egg, you should definitely give it a go. It offers many tasty egg dishes such as the iconic egg Benedict with avocado and poached egg on honey toast. We would definitely come back for a third time, and more!
Eggbreak | 30 Uxbridge St, London W8 7TA, United Kingdom ★★★★★
Localised Homemade Burgers at a British Burger Restaurant
If we could try every single burger from Honest Burgers, we would! As they make localised homemade burgers at each different location, you probably won't be able to find the same burgers elsewhere. The fried chicken burgers with truffle sauce we ordered was absolutely amazing! The chicken was very tender and crispy. The sauce was excellent and it went so well with the burger. It would be a lot better if we didn't have to wait for our seats for a long time.
Honest Burgers South Kensington | 24 Thurloe St, South Kensington, London SW7 2LT, United Kingdom ★★★★☆
London's Best Pies or Sausages with Mash
We couldn't really count how much time we have actually been to this local restaurant because we just love it! It is always our go-to place for British cuisine pies and sausages when every time we are in London. It offers various choices of sauce, different mash styles, as well as many options of pie or sausages filling. Try it once and you will never regret it!
MotherMash | 26 Ganton St, Carnaby, London W1F 7QZ, United Kingdom ★★★★★
A Glamorous Modern European Restaurant in Central London
This restaurant is probably the least favourite one from our London trip this time. Perhaps as we expected a fancy brunch in the beginning, we ended up having an expensive egg Benedict without any food styling in a super bustling and noisy place. The food was tasty but we didn't feel like we got what we paid for. It's still a good experience for us and you should definitely visit it once in your lifetime!
The Wolseley | 160 Piccadilly, St. James's, London W1J 9EB, United Kingdom ★★★☆☆