There’s more to London than the beautiful palaces, charming monuments and attractive libraries! The city’s culinary trends are gaining impetus on the global platter. Visit London and you will certainly find it all here-from class defining celebrity haunts to simple yet surprisingly incredible eateries. What is common everywhere is the uniquely good food served in a lovely setting at fair prices.

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We bring to you a list of some of the top restaurants for lip-smacking food in London. Go forth and feed your appetite:

  1. Burger and Lobster

40 St John’s Street, Smithfield, Farringdon, London EC1M 4AY

Closest tube station: Farringdon Tube Station

Cuisine: American and Seafood2749711307_4b8bcbe78d_z

Description: A classic restaurant, Burger and Lobster offers a lovely environment, delicious food and a few drinks. There is an open kitchen in the centre of the restaurant. The menu is very simple in terms of the options.

Approx. cost for two people:  £ 45

  1. Pachamama

18 Thayer Street,Marylebone, London W1U 3JY

Closest tube station: Bond Street Tube Station

Cuisine: Peruvian

Description: Thumbs up to this one! One of the recent additions to the London dining scene, Pachamama comes with a menu that’s exhaustive. With an inclination towards Peruvian food, the restaurant offers a bit of everything. One must try the lovely range of mocktails here.

Approx. cost for two people: £ 60

  1. Roka

71 Aldwych, London WC2B 4HN

Closest tube station: St Paul’s Tube station

Cuisine: Japanese

Description: The restaurant will serve you a fantabulous combination of drinks, food and excellent service. One must try the California rolls and the miso baby chicken. If you love Sushi, this is a must visit.

Approx Cost for two people: £ 40

  1. Lobster Kitchen

111 Great Russell Street, Bloomsbury, London WC1B 3NQ

Closest tube station: Tottenham Court Road Tube Station

Cuisine: American, Seafood

 Description: The recent craze of lobsters in London cannot be ignored. The city now houses numerous restaurants offering good quality lobsters at affordable prices. Lobster Kitchen is one of these. Whether it is Chinese style or American, the place offers delicious food. The apartment is small and simple in terms of its décor.

Approx Cost for two people: £ 45

  1. Dishoom

5 Stable Street, Granary Square, King’s Cross, LondonN1C 4AB

Closest Tube Station: King’s Cross St. Pancras Tube Station

Cuisine: Indian

Description: The restaurant is inspired by the old Mumbai cafes. The popularity of this restaurant is well displayed by the long queue outside. You won’t find a typical tikka masala here, which is unlike a typical Indian restaurant. Be prepared to try out unique Indian style delicacies.

Approx Cost for two people: £ 35

  1. Tredwell’s

4 Upper Street, Martin’s Lane, Covent Garden, LondonWC2H 9NY

Closest tube station: Leicester Square Tube Station

Cuisine: British, Contemporary

Description: Casual in style and décor, the place promotes small sharing plates and allows you to try out different things. The personal touch that they add to the cocktails is worth a mention.

Approx Cost for two people: £ 45

  1. Le Chalet

Selfridges & Co, 400 Oxford Street, Marble Arch, LondonW1C 2BU

Closest tube Station: Oxford Circus Tube Station

Cuisine: British, European

Description: The thoughtful and painstakingly done décor of Le Chalet cannot fail to impress even the most tasteful of travelers.  The food is equally good, making this place a ten on ten.  Always a good idea to book in advance!

Approx Cost for two people: £ 75

  1. Texture

34 Portman Square, Hyde Park, London W1H 7BY

Closest tube station: Marble Arch Tube Station

Cuisine: European

Description: Adding Scandinavian influences to a contemporary European menu, this Michelin star restaurant is definitely one of the best restaurants in London. The restaurant is managed by Agnar Sverrisson and Xavier Rousset.

Approx Cost for two people: £ 90

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