There are plenty of restaurants in London with a variety of different cultural flavours for your palette. With so many options, it’s not so easy to know where the best places to go and eat are. To make your job a little bit easier, I am listing you a few of the cutest and most delicious eateries around London that you should go and check out!
Adam Handling’s – The Frog
The Frog is located in Shoreditch and Coventry, a flagship restaurant for Adam Handling a renowned chef. Sustainably sourced ingredients which are grown at the restaurants farm located in West Sussex. There are two tasting menus, snacks and stand-alone dishes. Adam Handling creates unique dishes and marries together a variety of different flavours which will have you wondering why you’ve never been to his restaurant before. The tasting dishes are mouth wateringly tasty and the desserts are gorgeous. The décor in Shoreditch is cute, especially in the evenings when all the lights are lit up, it has a vibrant and fun atmosphere. Why not get a sample tasting menu for £50 or get one paired with carefully selected wines to complement each dish for another £50? Asian flavours and techniques to his cooking and Japanese inspired style.
Maxwell’s Bar & Grill
Maxwell’s Bar & Grill went viral on Insider in the early months of 2017 with its cheesebomb burger. The restaurant is located in Covent Garden and is well known for its ‘Freakshakes’ for those who may not be aware, a freakshake is an extremely large milkshake that is decorated with fabulous sugary treats. They serve American inspired cuisine, great food with greater portions and the décor matches. This restaurants main dishes range from £12 to £18.
With the interior inspired by the Iranian Cafés of Bombay, it contains a mosaic floor and booths which create the illusion of being out of London. The food is Indian, spicy with a modern element. The Shoreditch branch was the second of four branches to be opened in London. A meal for two with drinks and service will set you back about £55.
This restaurant is easily one of the best eateries around London, however, it’s usually full of tourists, dates, and people from their businesses. The menu changes with the seasons, the menu is small and carefully sourced due to the fact that they deal with producers and suppliers directly, in order to get the best ingredients. This restaurant is located at London Southbank, so there are plenty views for if you plan on taking a late night walk in the city on the way to the restaurant or on the way home. The price ranges for the main courses are between £12 to £23.
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