236 "Big Groups" restaurants in London.
A grand converted church in London Bridge, Amazing Grace will work just as well for a boozy night as for a bao-filled dinner.
Four Legs became famous for their cheeseburger, but at The Plimsoll, their Finsbury Park pub and restaurant, they’ve made so much more than just that.
Bibo is a buzzing Andalusian restaurant inside the Mondrian hotel in Shoreditch with a lobster paella that we think about every 2.8 seconds.
A casual Italian spot in Notting Hill serving solid Neapolitan-style pizzas.
A jaw-dropping pub refurb on the King’s Road in Chelsea, that serves simple and delightful meals and bar snacks in a refined setting.
Tiwa ‘N’ Tiwa makes homely Nigerian food that’s full of flavour and perfect for a casual dinner in or to take away.
Yadas is a delicious Kurdish restaurant on Rye Lane making mezze, shawarmas and sandwiches that will be impress and satisfy anyone and everyone.
A rooftop bar with a private beach club feel, Skylight Peckham is good for cocktails and epic views.
Mele E Pere is a casual Italian with an old school Soho feel that’s perfect for mates, dates, and getting your next beef ragu fix.
A vendor in Peckham Levels serving excellent Neapolitan pizzas and Italian tapas.
This South Indian spot in Peckham is serving up delicious platters, curries, and flakey parathas.
A casual restaurant in Peckham serving delicious, no-nonsense Afghan classics.
Needoo is a Punjabi grill around the corner from Tayyabs making satisfying lamb chops and the like, without the queue.
Al Kahf is a bright and brilliant value Somali restaurant in Whitechapel serving up melt-in-your-mouth lamb with bariis iskukaris and more.
Mandarin Kitchen is a classic, big round table, big lazy susan, kind of Chinese restaurant in Queensway that’s the birthplace of lobster noodles.