From Naples, New York, Detroit and beyond, there are the best pizzerias in London.
Britain’s independent butcheries have been forced to up their game so it’s perhaps unsurprising a number of London restaurants are buying entire carcasses and butchering them onsite with some even going one step further and opening standalone shops each worth a butcher’s.
London’s first experience of ‘American’ fried chicken (as it’s known today) came with the opening of Kentucky Fried Chicken in North Finchley during 1968. Countless accessibly priced chicken shops have since opened and become pillars of local communities, followed by a clutch of new establishments — all united by a ubiquitous passion for one of the world’s favourite comfort foods.
With so much to love at breakfast, lunch and dinner, these assets contribute to St. JOHN’s unrivalled brilliance. A strong contender for the title of London’s best restaurant.
From quintessentially British canteens to Chinese hot pot and American barbecue — here are 12 of the best restaurants in London to eat offal.
The places across town where there’s as much to eat as there is to see
From unassuming Japanese fusion to acclaimed fine dining, and a carvery lunch worth queuing for
Regrettably, I remember my first Chinatown dinner experience quite well. One summer evening during the late nineties (I could only have been six or seven years old), following a matinee theatre performance, somebody suggested we might visit one of those all-you-can-eat restaurants on the south side of Gerrard Street. Exciting at the time. The name …