The 100 best restaurants in London: the full list

Feast your eyes on the top restaurants in London, from the new gastronomic game-changers to the seasoned heavyweights who give this city its culinary chops

The 100 best restaurants in London: affordable

Baiwei

If you’re feeling adventurous, try cold pig’s ear, tongue and tripe.

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Chinatown

Cah Chi

Grilled, marinated meats with plenty of panch’an (complimentary side dishes).

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Raynes Park

Ceviche

The ‘Don Ceviche’ - sea bass chunks in citrus with a scattering of red chilli and soft diced sweet potato.

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Soho

Dishoom

The house special, lamb raan, is a slow-marinated, spice-laden delight.

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Brick Lane
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The 100 best restaurants in London: mid-range

Baltic

Explore soul-satisfying kaszanka (black sausage) or blini with an assortment of toppings.

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Waterloo

Bar Boulud

Venue says: Marking our milestone 5th birthday between 25-31 May, join us for a week of events to celebrate the occasion in true Bar Boulud Style.

The charcuterie is a must; the set-price meals a steal.

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Hyde Park

Barrafina

Get that holiday feeling with sardines a la plancha and a glass of albariño.

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Soho

Barshu

Classic Sichuan dishes such as fish-fragrant aubergines are well worth exploring.

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Chinatown

Beagle

It’s all good, but wood-grilled meat and fish are the kitchen’s calling card.

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Haggerston

Bistrotheque

Opt for pancakes at brunch, or the three-course set dinner – a snip at £17.50.

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Tower Hamlets

Bocca di Lupo

Don’t miss the radish, celeriac, pomegranate and pecorino salad with truffle dressing.

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Soho

Bull & Last

The ‘boards’ (charcuterie or fish) are must-have for starters.

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Central London
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The 100 best restaurants in London: expensive

Artusi

The homemade pasta is a knockout – but leave room for the terrific orange and almond cake.

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Peckham

Clarke’s

Everything’s good, but the fruit-based desserts will leave your loved one weak at the knees.

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Kensington

Dabbous

Barbecued Iberico pork with acorn praline has had tongues wagging.

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Fitzrovia

Gymkhana

Sample fried South Indian chicken wings, suckling pig vindaloo, tandoori-seared guinea fowl breast.

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Piccadilly

Harwood Arms

You’ve got to be game for game. And what could be more English than earl grey baked custard?

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Fulham
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The 100 best restaurants in London: blowout

Amaya

Tuck into biryanis and kebabs, or ask for any of the Awadhi dishes.

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Belgravia

Clove Club

It’s Hobson’s choice – although vegetarians get their own menu.

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Old Street

Dinings

Tickle your tastebuds with the delightful ‘tar tar’ chips – like mini tacos filled with crabmeat.

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Baker Street

Fera at Claridge’s

The set lunch – at £45 for three courses (plus a few delectable ‘freebies’), it’s almost good value.

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Mayfair

Five Fields

The set menus cost from £45-£65; but even the £45 three-course menu has titillation and amusement.

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Outer London

Hakkasan

Start with a platter of perfectly turned out dim sum, then see what takes your fancy from the list of mains.

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Soho

Hutong

The de-boned and deep-fried lamb ribs are tender and packed with flavour.

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Southwark
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