London Restaurants - North London

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43 Parkway, London NW1 7PN

Brighton vegan pizza restaurant Purezza has expanded to London, opening its second restaurant in Camden.

378 Kingsland Road, London E8 4AA
Critic reviews - total score 8 out of 10

Driven by a regularly-changing wine list and with a wonderful sounding menu, this Kingsland Road wine bar meets restaurant and larder is right on the money.

238 West End Lane, London NW6 1LG
Critic reviews - total score 8 out of 10

An ex Ledbury and ToastED chef is in the kitchen for this new West Hampstead opening which has a strong brunch offering and will offer a regularly changing menu.

38 Caledonian Road, Kings Cross, London N1 9DT
Critic reviews - total score 8 out of 10

This brightly coloured, unassuming restaurant at the King's Cross end of Caledonian Road serves up some of the best Thai food in London - and at great prices. Try some of their excellent curries alongside Bangkok-style street food plates. And keep an eye on their specials too.

Granary Square Brasserie
Granary Square, 1-3 Stable Street, King?s Cross, London N1C 4AB

Granary Square Brasserie sees the Caprice Holdings taking over the prime space on Granary Square - think of this as similar to one of their Ivy Cafes - so mid-range brasserie food in an opulent setting.

La Fromagerie Bloomsbury
52 Lamb's Conduit St, London WC1N 3LL

Head upstairs for oysters at the seafood bar, downstairs for the Tasting Room, or pick up some delicacies from the special ?walk-in cheese room? to take home with you at La Fromagerie Bloomsbury.

131 Fortess Rd, London NW5 2HR

This Tufnell Park vegetarian spot promises interesting dishes that just happen not to feature meat. And the drinks background of the owners suggests a bar offering that'll be exceptional.

Prawn on the Lawn
292-294 St Pauls road, London, N1 2LH
Critic reviews - total score 8 out of 10

Now moved to a larger location, Prawn on the Lawn is a fishmonger and seafood bar - with a wine bar on the side. Expect the usual fruits de mer platters and whole crab as well as some more tapas-style dishes like scallops ceviche and their signature dish - the prawn on the lawn which is toasted soda bread with avocado and prawns.

The Arts Building, Morris Place, London N4 3JG.
Critic reviews - total score 6 out of 10

After 25 years working for Gordon Ramsay and Angela Hartnett, chef Emma Duggan is going solo with this restaurant on Stroud Green Road, just north of Finsbury Park station.

Westerns Laundry
34 Drayton Park, London N5 1PB
Critic reviews - total score 9 out of 10

Owners David Gingell and Jeremie Cometto-Lingenheim also run nearby Primeur and Jolene, both also excellent. Here, there's a distinct focus on seafood and the menu changes every day, although if the cuttlefish croquettes with aioli are on there, make sure you order those. In the summertime, you can take a glass of something cold out on the front courtyard and if you're really pushing the boat out, ask for the leather-bound, handwritten, ‘black book’ of fine wines.

Plaquemine Lock
139 Graham Street, Angel, Islington, N1 8LB
Critic reviews - total score 8 out of 10

After gaining a reputation for cooking Italian in the much-loved Bocca di Lupo, Jacob Kenedy returned to his US roots with a wonderful Cajun and Creole menu at his Lousiana-themed Plaquemine Lock on Regent’s Canal. If you fancy some deep-south cooking in London, there's little better available.

30 Almeida St, London N1 1AD
Critic reviews - total score 6.5 out of 10

This is an Italian trattoria with a terrace and wine room on Almeida Street, bringing with it lots of traditional south Italian dishes, as well as more laid back meals like pizzas, charcuterie and cheeses. It comes from Francesco Mazzei, best known for Sartoria and L'Anima.

1-3 Green Lanes, Newington Green, London N16 9BS
Critic reviews - total score 8 out of 10

Perilla started life as a supperclub, moved into a pop-up and residency and from there has progressed to a full-blown restaurant. But what makes this stand out from the crowd are the people involved, chefs with a very impressive background indeed.

176 Church Street, Stoke Newington, London N16 0JL

Brunch spot by day and brasserie by night, Andi’s (by Great British Menu chef Andi Oliver) will offer the full spectrum of wholesome, on-trend ingredients, including avocado mash in your energy bowl, making it a perfect fit for Stoke Newington’s Church St.

72 Highbury Park, Highbury East, London N5 2XE
Critic reviews - total score 8 out of 10

Farang comes from ex-Smoking Goat chef Seb Holmes. Originally a long-term pop-up, it's become a permanent restaurant in Highbury. It's a little trek from the nearest tubes, but you'll be rewarded with some of the best Thai cooking in London.

L’Antica Pizzeria da Michele
125 Stoke Newington Church Street, London N16 0UH

The original L’Antica Pizzeria da Michele in Naples is an extremely well-regarded pizzeria and they've settled on Stoke Newington as a London home. Expect similar pizzas to the Naples restaurant and chefs from Naples are overseeing in London too.

The Lighterman
3 Granary Square, London N1C 4BH
Critic reviews - total score 6 out of 10

A large three storey bar and restaurant from the Cubitt House group, this has a super location, overlooking the canal. It's said to be one of the most popular places on Granary Square at any time of the year - but it really comes into its own in summer with extensive outside space.

Max's Sandwich Shop
19 Crouch Hill, London N4 4AP
Critic reviews - total score 8.5 out of 10

Max Halley puts together some of the best sandwiches you'll have in North London.

Black Axe Mangal
156 Canonbury Road, London N1 2UP
Critic reviews - total score 8 out of 10

Lee Tiernan's Black Axe Mangal has made a small site on Highbury Corner into - in our opinion - one of the best restaurants in London. With metal and rock music blaring out on the speakers, it's certainly unlike much else in town. It's described as 'an unauthentic, bastardised take of Turkish Mangal and Ocakbasi, with global influences.' With an ever-changing menu, it rewards repeat visits.

German Gymnasium
1 King's Boulevard, London N1C 4BU
Critic reviews - total score 5.5 out of 10

The D&D restaurant group took over a site that used to be the first ever gym in London - a huge imposing building just outside St Pancras. They've replaced that gym with what is pretty much the opposite, a huge restaurant and bar space. Expect plenty of German food and booze on the menu - brasserie-style downstairs and more of a fine-dining approach upstairs.

The Good Egg
93 Stoke Newington Church St, London N16 0AS
Critic reviews - total score 8.5 out of 10

This sees the former market stall go to the next level. They'll be serving bagels, stuffed pitas, fried chicken, short-rib pastrami and lots more. And expect a good brunch offering too, all with a Middle Eastern touch.

50 Stoke Newington Road, London N16 7XB
Critic reviews - total score 8 out of 10

Rudie's is billed as a casual dining Jamaican restaurant which is aiming for "traditional Jamaican cooking presented with a contemporary twist."

344 Upper Street, London N1 0PD
Critic reviews - total score 8 out of 10

Previously best known for having a hand in most of the Polpo launches, Tom Oldroyd came into his own at his eponymous Islington restaurant, with a seasonal menu (and excellent croquettes). It's now one of the best spots to chow down in Islington and has a special meat-free Mondays menu.

Cafe Pistou
8-10 Exmouth Market, Clerkenwell, London, EC1R 4QA
Critic reviews - total score 6.5 out of 10

This all-day Provencal restaurant offers "coffees and brunch throughout the day as well as more of a restaurant and bar atmosphere in the evenings." Simon Conboy, the previous executive chef at The Ivy and Rivington Grill in Dubai is Exec chef and it comes from Charlie McLean who used to be at Cau and Gaucho.

5 Stable Street, London N1C 4AB
Critic reviews - total score 8 out of 10

Dishoom is ALWAYS packed. Its take on Bombay cafe culture ensures long waits and queues at all their restaurants. This King's Cross restaurant is busy in the evening and for weekend brunch, but you can easily book for lunch. Its cavernous interior also makes it one of the largest in the group. But once settled down inside, you'll see why people keep coming back for its excellent Indian small plates.

Barnes Motors, 116 Petherton Road, London N5 2RT
Critic reviews - total score 8 out of 10

This restaurant on the borders of Islington and Stoke Newington, was the first from the group that also brought us Westerns Laundry and Jolene. As with their other restaurants, there's a regularly changing menu - influenced by Parisian Bistronomy - and it's paired with a carefully selected wine list that's also regularly updated.

63–69 Canonbury Rd, Islington, London N1 2DG
Critic reviews - total score 7.5 out of 10

Originally the home of Neil Rankin, both he and the restaurant have moved on, although the emphasis on smoking and BBQ remains. Alongside the food expect plenty of rotating beers and the outside garden is a surprise oasis just off a busy Islington road.

Osteria Tufo
67 Fonthill Road, London N4 3HZ
Critic reviews - total score 6.5 out of 10
2 Exmouth Market, London EC1R 4PX
Critic reviews - total score 6 out of 10

This Italian restaurant right on the corner of Exmouth Market is concentrating on "cucina povera", the tradition of using simple ingredients to prepare honest and flavoursome food" with a design from the people behind Bubbledogs.

Plum and Spilt Milk
King's Cross , London N1C 4TB
Critic reviews - total score 6.5 out of 10

The restored King's Cross hotel features a 90-cover restaurant, Plum + Spilt Milk which has views over the King’s Cross piazza, and St Pancras International. The dining room features 17, three-metre floor to ceiling sash windows and 120 hand blown pendant lights. The all day dining menu starts with breakfast and brunch through to dinner. The menu will soon have dishes from Mark Sargeant who is taking over the food for the hotel from May.

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