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The India Club is over half a century old and still going strong. Expect decent food, a bustling atmosphere, and lots of BYOBers.

India Club
Strand
££££
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Koya’s third location is a little space just off of Broadway Market and is perfect for a tasty breakfast or a quick meal.

Koya Ko
Hackney
££££
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Marugame Udon is a Japanese udon chain offering low-cost handmade noodles perfect for a quick meal.

Marugame Udon
Spitalfields
££££
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Da Mario is an old school Italian restaurant in Kensington that has surprisingly small prices, big group potential, and a fun feel.

Da Mario
Kensington
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Catalyst is a coffee roasters and café making brilliant and flavour-packed Greek-influenced food.

Catalyst Coffee Roasters + Cafe
Holborn
££££

Tarim is from the same people who run Dilara and is a great option for big plate chicken or lamb skewers around Holborn.

Tarim Uyghur Restaurant
Holborn
££££
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Stanley’s secluded charming courtyard is an excellent escape from busy old London. Expect cocktails, small plates, and quality cheese plates too.

Stanley’s
Chelsea
££££
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A big boozy smile-inducing Italian restaurant, Ave Mario is the place to be if you’re looking to let your hair down in Covent Garden.

Ave Mario
Covent Garden
££££
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Bar Douro is a little Portuguese spot in London Bridge that has a whole lot of charm and, importantly, croquetes.

Bar Douro
London Bridge
££££
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A pricey restaurant and bar in Mayfair serving a mix of Japanese and French influenced dishes in a dimly-lit room.

Bar des Prés
Mayfair
££££
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An upmarket Chinese restaurant on the 10th floor of a Kensington hotel, Min Jiang is perfect for anyone who loves big views or big servings of duck.

Min Jiang
££££
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Wong Kei is a Chinatown and London landmark that’s always there when you need a bowl of wonton soup or a plate of rice and ho-fun. Just bring cash.

Wong Kei
Chinatown
££££
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Kiln doesn't do wishy-washy takes on Thai food. It's brilliant, high-octane, hot stuff—especially when you're in front of open flames at the bar.

Kiln
Soho
££££
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Quo Vadis is a timeless Soho institution that matches elegance and comfort with a light touch and enormous amounts of cream.

Quo Vadis
Soho
££££
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A cosy Lebanese bakery in East Acton serving some of the best mana’eesh in London.

Yasmina
East Acton
££££
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When you eat at The Barbary in Covent Garden, everyone sits at the bar and everyone has a great time, while eating brilliant Middle Eastern food.

The Barbary
Covent Garden
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