When you find yourself in London just for a few days, you would be tempted to get your hands on the best delicacies that the city has to offer. We have sorted you with the top 10 places to eat in London, however, not all the places on our list may be easily accessible from where you may be put up. Here’s our guide to finding the best grub in London, based on the popular neighbourhoods around the city so that you can have a wonderful culinary experience irrespective of where you are – be it East, West, North, South or Central.
Here’s a compilation of our favorite restaurants around neighbourhoods in North London:
1. King’s Cross
Located very close to the famous King’s Cross and St. Pancras stations, Dishoom is an absolute favourite amongst locals when it comes to getting good Indian food coupled with fancy yet laid back ambience. Be prepared to wait though as there is always a queue. If it’s a cold or rainy evening though, they ensure that glasses of complimentary ‘cutting chai’ as well as umbrellas are going around to keep the patrons warm and happy.
Camden is the perfect neighbourhood to spend an entire day eating, hopping from kiosk to another and tasting flavours from all around the world. If you must pick just one place, then we suggest you select Honest Burgers for some straightforward and honestly fabulous burgers. They do chicken, beef as well as vegetarian burgers. Select your patty, toppings and grab yourself a beer to enjoy this hearty meal at a nominal price.
Ottolenghi on Upper Street in Islington is known for serving great breakfasts and healthy mediterranean food. They have separate menus for breakfast, lunch and dinner, and while it’s recommended to make reservations you can also choose to queue up for a walk-in. Don’t forget to try one of their intensely popular cakes.
Commonly listed as one of the best pubs in London, The Spaniards Inn is worth a visit to Hampstead. This authentically British dining experience oozes with history, style, elegance and comfort. Open daily from 12 noon to 11pm, a meal for two will cost you about £55 inclusive of alcohol.
Another place to check out would be Creperie de Hampstead for some fantastic French crepes.