83 "Impressing Out of Towners" restaurants in London.
The Ritz is a five-star hotel that oozes luxury and is just a stone’s throw away from Green Park.
Claridge’s is a five-star hotel in the heart of Mayfair that serves up one of the very best afternoon teas in London.
You can have a very memorable meal at The Dairy, but even when things don’t quite gel, the British food at this Clapham spot is still solid.
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.
The Gallery at Sketch is a Mayfair restaurant with the most photographed toilets in London. It also serves stupidly expensive and inedible food.
Koya Bar City is laid-back udon spot that you should absolutely be eating in.
Decimo is a loud and proud Mexican-inspired spot on the tenth floor of The Standard in King’s Cross.
Endo at the Rotunda is a 16-seater sushi restaurant in White City, providing one of the most unique and delicious experiences in London.
This spot inside the Harrods Dining Hall closes early, but the excellent Indian food means that you should go here.
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.
As pubs go, Harwood Arms is more sophisticated Fulham restaurant than sticky boozer, but either way, the food is excellent.
Bob Bob Cité is a ridiculously over the top, luxury City brasserie where you’re set for great French food and a bloody good time.
The Wolseley is a huge, classic all-day brasserie in Mayfair, but it’s the breakfasts here that make it an essential London experience.
Brasserie Zédel is a classic all-day brasserie in Soho, serving affordable steak frites in a huge, beautiful space.