356 "Catching Up With Mates" restaurants in London.
Brat’s second location is an indoor-outdoor set up in London Fields where the atmosphere is a little more casual but the food is just as good.
A cool and casual independent pub in Tooting, The Wheatsheaf does one of the best roasts south of the river.
An excellent Singaporean kopitiam right in the heart of the buzz of Borough Market.
Chuku’s is a little Nigerian Tapas restaurant that’s big on flavours and feelgood factor.
A laid-back brunch spot in Tooting, Juliets is lowkey serving some of the best food in London.
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.
Noodle & Beer is a Chongqing noodle and Sichuan restaurant in Spitalfields that is much more than its name suggests.
If you’re looking for brilliant tacos, brilliant salsas, and a brilliant colour scheme - then La Chingada, near Surrey Quays, is your place.
A West African restaurant in Brixton Village, Chishuru is creating the kind of food you won’t forget.
Lahore is a legendary Pakistani spot in Whitechapel. Come with friends, family, and a big appetite for lamb chops and daal.
This bright and easy café specialises in - deep breath - extra fluffy, extra thick, Japanese soufflé pancakes.
A casual all day restaurant in Southwark dedicated entirely to pancakes, this place should be one of your go-to brunch spots.
A socially-distanced Scottish Disneyland that’ll make you feel a thousand miles away from London.
Blacklock is a trendy converted brothel in Soho that has been repurposed to exclusively serve meat lovers.