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Mao Chow is a cupboard-sized spot by London Fields making very tasty all-vegan Chinese food.
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.
Shimogamo is a super friendly and super lowkey Japanese restaurant that makes very tasty sushi and hot Japanese staples. The set lunch is also great.
Circolo Popolare is a big, glitzy, and daft Italian trattoria in Fitzrovia that’s made for booze, big groups, and maybe some food.
La Patagonia is a decent Argentinian steak spot, that’s serves as a convenient, friendly, and civilised bolt hole from the chaos of Camden.
Greenberry Café is a casual all-day spot in Primrose Hill, serving nice brunch dishes, and larger and meatier things for lunch and dinner.
There are a few Mildreds dotted around town, and the Camden outlet for their vegetarian dishes is as solid and enjoyable as the rest.
The Cheese Bar is a cheese-mad counter restaurant in Camden Stables. It’s worth stopping by for a sandwich.
Yokoya is an izakaya in Camden that’s perfect for some yakitori and a couple of beers.
Namaaste is a solid Indian restaurant in Camden, with a slight 90s feel, but some properly good standout dishes.
Redfarm is a cute spot in Covent Garden, and you’ll have a good time here so long as you stick to their creative and tasty dim sum.
The Drunken Butler is a French and Persian inspired restaurant in Clerkenwell making both refined and comforting food in an arty and homely room.
Lemonia is a Greek restaurant in Primrose Hill that’s always busy, and never fails to put a smile on our faces.
This spot inside the Harrods Dining Hall closes early, but the excellent Indian food means that you should go here.