69 "Modern European" Restaurants in London.
A go-to Tooting date spot, Good Neighbour serves great wines, top small plates, and a gnocchi you shouldn’t skip.
The Clarence Tavern is a gastropub in Stoke Newington that’s just as good for a slap-up meal as it is for a few pints and a nibble.
Ask For Janice in Farringdon is a useful all-day spot for a quick bite to eat, a catch-up coffee, or a casual post-work drink.
Perilla is a very nice looking restaurant on Newington Green serving dishes that hit, and dishes that miss, in a casually refined room.
Hide is a huge, fancy, three-story fine dining restaurant in Mayfair, serving some truly excellent food morning to night.
If you’re into big views, big booths, and err, big plants, you’ll like City skyline spot, 14 Hills.
Casa Fofo is a casual neighbourhood restaurant in Hackney, serving an unusual and sometimes excellent tasting menu at a great price.
Flor is a tiny restaurant, wine bar, and bakery serving some outstanding small plates in Borough Market.
A luxury St James’s spot with plenty of velvet, Wild Honey serves great seasonal dishes at breakfast, lunch, and dinner.
Isla at the Standard is an all-day restaurant on the ground floor of the Standard hotel making very standard food.
On the 7th floor of The Stratford hotel in east London, Allegra is a flashy but warm restaurant serving inventive European food.
Greenberry Café is a casual all-day spot in Primrose Hill, serving nice brunch dishes, and larger and meatier things for lunch and dinner.
Mere functions on absolute precision. It might not leave much room for laughs, but the food at this Fitzrovia spot is worth getting organised for.
The Wolseley is a huge, classic all-day brasserie in Mayfair, but it’s the breakfasts here that make it an essential London experience.
An eccentric spot next to The Old Vic, Hello Darling is all about seasonal sharing plates and some pretty great botanical cocktails.