London Restaurants

Casse-Croƻte, 109 Bermondsey St, London, SE1 3XB

If you’re looking for a little bit of France in London then Casse-Croute is the place for you. Located in Bermondsey Street, one of our favourite parts of London, this little gem offers a simple menu of exceptionally well cooked food in a truly French ambiance. Book early though, it’s a popular place.

Murano, 20 Queen Street, London, W1J 5PP

Angela Hartnett brings luxurious Italian cuisine to the streets of Mayfair. Murano is a small and sumptuous restaurant that’s both inviting and indulgent. The menu is full of mouthwatering Italian dishes and unlike most restaurants, you can choose most dishes as a starter or a main. We’ve been there a couple of times now and sampled the tasting menu which is very special, but make sure you’ve saved your pennies as Murano isn’t cheap. It’s also worth noting you can buy the olive oil in the restaurant and if you’ve tasted it, you’ll know why I’ve added this footnote. One for special occasions.

The Duck and Waffle, Heron Tower, 110 Bishopsgate, London EC2N 4AY

If you’re looking to impress someone with unparalleled views of London and you like sharing your food, then the Duck and Waffle is worth a visit. Unlike Oblix at the Shard which is a total rip-off served in a cacophony of tourists balking over their bills, the Duck and Waffle offers a refined and pleasurable experience. The menu offers a deeply interesting choice of dishes suitable for the hardened vegetarian through to the hungriest carnivore. The Duck and Waffle is ideal of bigger groups and a more social experience.