Sure, we’ve delivered a list of the best restaurants in London, all neatly divvied up by price range. But how could we resist putting together a delectable countdown of the best tables in town? Join us as we run through our favourite new restaurants, classic British restaurants, modern Japanese restaurants and joints serving every cuisine in between to reveal the number one restaurant in Time Out’s greedy little eyes.
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Venue says: Join us for bottomless brunch every Saturday and Sunday. £30 for brunch with unlimited rum punch, bloody marys and bellinis for two hours!
There surely can’t be a more jolly place to drink in Notting Hill: colourful wooden wall-slats and furniture fill the upstairs bar, and down in the party-time basement there’s good reggae, very friendly staff and rum, rum and more rum. The selection is enormous, and you could spend weeks here without getting through it all. On the cocktail front, there are plenty of big fruity numbers, but the classicism of a perfect daiquiri makes us think this is the way to go. There’s a happy hour from 6pm to 8pm too. If you stay later, you’ll probably find yourself unable to resist the lure of jerk chicken, saltfish fritters or just an enormous bowl of sweet potato fries.
Vote for your favourite
We browsed our way around restaurants galore to find you the best tables in town. But what did you think of our top 100? Perhaps you think one of our lower entries is the capital’s finest eatery? Well here’s your chance to vote for your favourite restaurant in London.Read more
Book a table at the top 100
We've ranked our favourite restaurants in London, but what you really need to know is which ones have a table for you tonight. Don't worry, not all cool spots in the capital are no-booking restaurants. Whether you're heading for a Michelin star restaurant steeped in history or one of London's best new restaurants, sometimes it doesn't hurt to plan ahead. So scan through our list of bookable restaurants below and hit that big red 'book now' button to bag a seat at one of London's hottest tables.Read more