17 "Mediterranean" Restaurants in London.
Oldroyd is a mix of French, Italian, and Spanish, and the best restaurant in Islington. It’s also very small, so plan accordingly.
Peckham Bazaar is a laid back restaurant in Peckham serving Mediterranean small plates. You’ll want to spend a lot of time here.
Want low-key cool in Highbury? Westerns Laundry is a modern wine bar & restaurant in a converted garage that does brilliant small plates.
Sardine is a very hip Shoreditch restaurant with a mural on the wall, a communal table, and an open kitchen serving southern French-inspired dishes.
Artusi is a modern take on a neighbourhood Italian restaurant. It’s a small, casual place perfect for catching up with friends.
Norma is a sophisticated-looking spot in Fitzrovia, that serves Sicilian-influenced food that is often disappointing.
Falafel and Shawarma is a cheap and cheerful cash-only spot in Camberwell selling delicious and freshly made £3.50 wraps, and mezze plates.
Gourmet Goat at Borough Market is just the place for a kid goat pita and some serious tzatziki.
Bababoom is casual kebab spot on Upper Street serving tasty and fresh takes on grilled meats and vegetables.
Henrietta Bistro is a charming spot inside Covent Garden’s Henrietta Hotel, serving Mediterranean food.
Hand in Stratford’s East Village is a Greek-ish cafe offering some of the best brunch we’ve had in ages.
Ceru is a solid restaurant in South Kensington that serves Mediterranean food, and it always feels like a holiday.
When you're on Kensington High Street and get struck with an insatiable craving for solid Mediterranean food, Melabes is the spot for you.
Twist is a small plates restaurant in Marylebone serving dishes inspired by Italian and Spanish cuisine.
Blandford Comptoir is a relatively casual spot in Marylebone serving Mediterranean small plates.