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London Restaurants

By Mason Scanlon

The dining options of London are known for their palatability. This article will guide you through the top restaurants in London where you can try relishing cuisines that speak for themselves. Although English food has never received quite favourable reviews, rest assured the suggested brasseries and eateries will tantalise your taste buds.

London is a cosmopolitan city and you will find a variety of mouth-watering delights to savor here. Here is a guide to the best London restaurants that will help you in eat to your mouth and heart’s content in the British Capital. It is often noted that British is notorious for its pathetic reputation as far as food is concerned and this guide is meant to try and change this notion with tantalizing items and the best restaurants that are suggested over here.

One the most popular place for eating out in London is Comptoir Gascon. This gourmet bistro is the latest winner of the yearly Best Chip Shop Award. This place is known for its delectable chips that are cooked in duck fat. An affordable version of Comptoir Gascon is the classy Fryer’s Delight. It is an affordable eating-place that is low on prices and high on portions.

It is often said that the national dish of cosmopolitan UK is chicken tikka masala. With a large Indian population and an Indian shop in every corner of every locality, you will find many cheap options each claiming to be more authentic than the other. If you want the best London restaurant from the rest in the large plethora of Indian restaurants, then go for Tamarind, the lone Indian restaurant to be awarded the coveted Michelin Star which is the ultimate symbol of sheer quality and mouth watering taste.

It’s not just the yummy and stereotypical fish, chips, and chicken tikka masala when you are going for eating out in London. There are many fusion cuisines of the west that also available in the eateries of London. The Fat Duck’ restaurant is famous for such fusion cuisines and has been rated as one of the best restaurants in the world.

There are restaurants in London that give you a taste of the rest of Europe as well. If you are interested in some French flair, the award winning Capital restaurant is the place to go. The Landau is another option for great contemporary European cuisine. It also does some great renditions of the classic British favourites.

Any fan of the cooking show circuit would have heard of the notoriously foul mouthed Gordon Ramsey. His restaurant at 68 Royal Hospital Road is at the hallmark of culinary excellence. For a bit of privacy, No 35 is the place to go. Axis is the joint for something a little different, offering an eclectic take on traditional dishes. Babylon at the Roof Gardens offers great food with a stunning view. If you want to brush elbows with the rich and famous you could try getting a table at the swanky and fashion forward Blake’s Restaurant which specialises in an east-west mix.

A trip to London can be a great gastronomical adventure. Visiting some of these top restaurants in London would be a great way to begin your journey.

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