The Kings Road Gastrodome, 350 Kings Road, Chelsea, London SW3 5UU

Bluebird Restaurant in London’s perennially-popular Chelsea is a warm, relaxing and utterly stylish space to be enjoyed from lunch through afternoon tea and dinner. The decor combines classic British design with exciting modern furniture and details in welcoming deep reds and chocolate browns, gracing the loft-like dining room with cosy intimacy. No, there are no actual blue birds in this restaurant, just glimmering chandeliers that accentuate the stunning skylight or maybe you’ll be fascinated by the passing parade on the King’s Road below.

The Riding House Café

43 – 51 Great Titchfield Street, London, West End London W1W 7PQ

The Riding House Café is an all-day, fun and informal neighbourhood brasserie situated amidst Fitzrovia’s creative and media community, split across a variety of areas to eat, drink, meet and socialise. A bustling canteen, more formal dining room and a relaxed lounge are all joined together by the large dining bar and open kitchen.

The Drapers Arms

44 Barnsbury Street, London, North London N1 1ER

Very much a pub we are as welcoming to one person sitting with a beer and a paper as to a group having a special meal. In an informal and relaxing atmosphere we nonetheless take our food, drink and service seriously. Well chosen and carefully tended ales (Harveys Sussex, Sambrooks Wandle and Truman”s Runner) and wines (18 available by the glass) add to a range of authentic lagers, spirits and soft drinks.

Hush Brasserie

8 Lancashire Court, Brook Street, Mayfair, London W1S 1EY

Tucked away in a charming cobbled courtyard off Bond Street, Hush remains one of Mayfair’s favourite secret locations. The eclectic Modern British menu features the renowned “Hush Hamburger,” voted the “best burger in London” by Nick Foulkes, whilst Hush’s Hendricks High Tea gives a twist to a British classic, pairing traditional Afternoon Tea with Hendricks Gin Cocktails.

Ben’s Canteen

140 St Johns Hill, Wandsworth, London SW11 1SL

Ben’s Canteen – the place on the hill, serving brunch, dinner and drinks 7 days a week. Super dog friendly – offering your four legged friend free doggie treats and a bowl of water.

The Bull & Last

168 Highgate Road, London, North London NW5 1QS

An independent British Gastropub a stone’s throw from Hampstead Heath in leafy North West London, recently voted the 22nd best restaurant in London by Time Out.

The Crooked Well

16 Grove Lane, London, South East London SE5 8SY

We love being Brits, and we love British food! But there is no denying those tasty little numbers from further afield. That’s why we are bringing you all our favorite dishes – our Sunday Roasts being the jewel in the crown – from home, and (ssshhh) the Continent… And if you just want to quench your thirst, you’re still very welcome at The Crooked Well.

The Victoria

10 West Temple Sheen, London, South West London SW14 7RT

Set in a leafy residential area close to Richmond Park, The Victoria is a traditional public house and restaurant with a modern edge. Leading off from the cosy but spacious bar, The Victoria’s dining room is located in a bright and airy conservatory-style extension which overlooks a beautifully tended garden. During the day sunlight floods in, even on the darkest of days, while evening guests can dine with the stars as they twinkle over the beautiful candlelit room. With a varied and eclectic menu, The Victoria really does offer something for everyone with the best of British combining with touches of summery Mediterranean flavour, just a sprinkling of experimentation and all the skill of chef Paul Merrett and his team.

Trafalgar Tavern

Park Row, Greenwich, London, South East London SE10 9NW 

The Trafalgar Tavern is simply a tribute to old London. A place where the past can live on the present. The statue of Lord Nelson is the testament to this detonating the respect that owners have for this restaurant.

The Thomas Cubitt

44 Elizabeth Street, Belgravia, London SW1W 9PA

Welcome to The Thomas Cubitt, Belgravia’s most exclusive pub & dining room honouring London’s legendary master builder. The Thomas Cubitt has established itself as a local institution & destination venue in the capital’s most distinguished neighbourhood. Please note, bookings apply only to the first floor dining room & the ground floor bar is operated on a first come, first served basis for tables.

One Response

  1. Jessica

    Riding House Cafe actually don’t allow dogs! You should probably update this.


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