Good Eats

With so many different cultures congregating in London, the city unsurprisingly features cuisines from all over the world. Between its pricey high-end restaurants, and its cheaper good eats, London has plenty of dining options to satisfy any palate.
London tends to be an expensive place to live and to dine. If you’re looking for an inexpensive, yet tasty, place to eat, check out the Time Out London Best Cheap Eats. Check out the London page of Zomato for the best places that deliver late at night.

London boasts some of the best Indian and Italian food of any city anywhere, including, as many a Londoner would say, cities in India and Italy themselves. A popular Italian restaurant is Hell Pizza. In addition to having great thin crust pizza, this themed restaurant has great Italian inspired salads, pastas, and sides. Bonus: they also deliver! Still craving some Italian food? Check out this comprehensive list of Italian Restaurants in London.

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Owing to colonial history, good Indian food is not hard to find in London either, and you can start your search at Hot Stuff, a restaurant in Lambeth. Hot Stuff has consistently garnered great reviews from everyone who visits, complimenting the savory and spicy punch packed into every dish. Also, Hot Stuff happens to be one of the least expensive restaurants in all of London! Check out the New York Times guide to London’s Indian Restaurants for more ideas!

When you think of “Food Truck Cities,” London may not be one that comes to your mind. Well, in fact, London happens to be one of the most active food truck cities on the international “food truck stage.” A popular stop is Street Kitchen with multiple locations (including immobile branches) featuring British favorites like braised beef (yum!) and yogurt mousse. Check out Time Out’s guide to The 50 Best Street Food Stalls in London for more information!

London has one of the oldest farmer’s markets in the world–The Borough Market. Dating back to the 13th century, the Borough Market, located on Borough High Street, has over 100 individual stalls with traders from all over the world selling fresh produce. Open on Thursdays, Fridays, and Saturdays, Borough Market is a staple in the London community, renowned for its high quality products and diverse and friendly atmosphere.

Some of the coolest celebrities tend to flock to London at all times during the year for premiers, award shows, holidays, royal weddings, etc. Celebrities of course have to eat, so if you’re dying to get a photo or autograph with Kate Moss, Brad Pitt, Tom Cruise, and the like, check out Delicious Magazine’s list of Celebrity Spotting Restaurants. One of the most popular restaurants that we can personally recommend is Nobu in Mayfair. The prices are pretty steep, but the salmon is to die for, and we may or may not have spotted Mick Jagger across the room on our last visit!