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London is now home to many of the world’s most innovative and impressive chefs and its restaurants cater to all tastes and budgets with an innovative and interesting selection of restaurants. For those who want to know London at its high level, the restoration is a good start. Here we will show you the best traditional British Restaurants in London!
And for you to taste a British food in London, you needn’t look far. London boasts a superb range of British restaurants.
So check below Best Traditional British Restaurants in London.
Located in the heart of lively, fashionable Covent Garden, close to the Royal Opera House and numerous theatres and the Rules is London’s oldest restaurant. Rules has an excellent reputation for fine British food, delightful décor and impeccable service. Specialising in seasonal and game cooking, Rules has gained a vast knowledge of game through ownership of the shooting estate, Lartington Hall Park in County Durham.
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Fusing seasonal produce with Chef Patron Richard Corrigan’s unmistakable flair, Corrigan’s Mayfair offers honest, no-nonsense food in one of the city’s most enviable postcodes. Inspired by Corrigan’s humble, rural upbringing, the homely dishes come in generous portions and are accompanied by an exciting wine list.
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The Goring – Dining Room
Situated in the stunning Edwardian hotel The Goring, just around the corner from Buckingham Palace, The Goring Dining Room is a lavish British restaurant. Everything about The Goring Dining Room shouts luxury and refinement and it is the most perfect example of Edwardian style dining in the capital. Designed by Linley, the restaurant is a stunning space with Swarovski chandeliers hanging from the ornate ceiling and sumptuous furnishings throughout. The menu is British through and through with only the very finest ingredients used from grouse to duck and Scottish salmon to Cornish sea bass. A British cheese trolley and divine British desserts round off proceedings perfectly. This is fine dining at its pinnacle so dress to impress and prepare to be suitably impressed with The Goring Dining Room.
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Based in Britain’s oldest food market, Roast is dedicated to the best of British food cooking using the country’s finest seasonal produce.Dishes range from the traditional like roast beef and also features a wide selections of seafood and organic salads.Open for breakfast lunch and dinner Monday to Saturday, Brunch on Saturday and for Sunday lunch.
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With a modern ambience, Kensington Place is the home of high quality British food. It has a buzzing bar and a chic modern menu.
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Awarded both Best Traditional British Restaurant and Best Seafood Restaurant by Zagat 2013, Wiltons is an English fine dining institution. Established in 1742, the menu showcases classic gastronomic creations, and award-winning oysters can be enjoyed at the elegant Wiltons oyster bar. Voted Best British Restaurant alongside The Goring by Zagat 2011, Wiltons presents the finest wild fish, shellfish and seasonal game in opulent yet homely surroundings.
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The Bingham Restaurant
Situated in a beautifully restored Grade II listed Georgian townhouse, the Bingham stands on the River Thames and offers panoramic views across the water: An urban oasis of elegance with an inviting atmosphere and informal dining. The restaurant is a gourmet bolt-hole for gastronomes. Executive Chef, Mark Jarvis has a classic French grounding bolstered by a love of light, seasonal flavours, which translates into subtle, playful and beautifully crafted dishes on the new spring menu. An a la Carte menu is available and a Lazy Sunday Lunch can be enjoyed from 12.00 to 4.00pm. Afternoon Tea is offered daily.
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The Northall – Corinthia Hotel London
The Northall at Corinthia Hotel offers a celebration of British cuisine. Focusing on seasonality and sustainability, the refined menu showcases ingredients sourced from trusted artisanal suppliers, and fine organic wine producers. A breathtaking dining room sees plush burnt orange leather offset by glittering mirrored panels and expansive windows.
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