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salas
Parkstone Road, London SE15 4UQ

Though technically a foodtruck-with-chairs, Salas’s Middle Eastern food has created a buzz as strong as any good restaurant – without any social media. A one-man-band, he makes everything from scratch, from the flatbreads to the falafel and sauces. Unexpected ingredients – such as wilted spinach and mango sauce in a chicken shawarma– make this a true delight. The queues say it all.

stleonards
70 Leonard Street, London EC2A 4QX
Critic reviews - total score 8 out of 10

Jackson Boxer and his chef and partner Andrew Clarke have a fire and ice focus for their new Shoreditch restaurant with an ice bar for raw fish and shellfish and open hearth cooking for meat and vegetables.

tempercovent
5 Mercer Walk Mercers Yard, London WC2H 9FA

This is Neil Rankin's temper restaurant in Covent Garden where cooking over fire is a big thing and you can get some of the best tacos, flatbreads, steak and meats in town.

linastores
51 Greek Street, London W1D 4EH
Critic reviews - total score 7 out of 10

The original Lina Stores deli was open for 75 years in Soho, giving them plenty of time to get things right before opening this, their first restaurant. Counter dining on the ground floor allows you to see all the action - and the pasta, as you'd expect, is great.

inkonito
55 Broadwick Street, Broadwick Street, W1F 9QS
Critic reviews - total score 6.5 out of 10

London is getting a new robata grill restaurant from the team at Zuma. Inko Nito on Soho's Broadwick Street will feature Japanese charcoal grilled cooking with a Korean influence.

hotstone
9 Chapel Market, London N1 9EZ

Chapel Market might not be the first place you'd think of for top quality sushi, but Head chef Padam Raj Rai was the former head sushi chef at Tsukiji restaurant in Mayfair and he knows his stuff. Plus, you'll get to throw an A5 Japanese Wagyu steak on the stone here and cook it exactly how you like it.

chicksoursislington
62 Upper St, London N1 0NY

Chick n Sours comes from the team of Carl Clarke and David Wolanski, whose mission is to serve up some of the best fried chicken in London. And they're doing a pretty good job of it so far, with their wings, tenders and huge chicken burgers all some of the best in town. All that plus an excellent selection of sour cocktails.

yipin
70-72 Liverpool Rd, The Angel, London N1 0QD
Critic reviews - total score 8 out of 10

Set on Liverpool Road, this critically-acclaimed restaurant specialises in Hunanese and Sichuan cuisine, so while the menu is huge it's best to concentrate on those sections.

ximpression
117 Benwell Rd, London N7 7BW
Critic reviews - total score 8.5 out of 10

This Holloway restaurant (it's just across the road from the Emirates stadium) has won a deserved reputation for cooking up some of the best Shang Xi-inspired street food in London. Yes, that means there's a bit of heat involved here, but their hand-pulled noodles are among the best in town. Their pork/beef "burgers" are not to be missed.

pophams
19 Prebend St, Islington, London N1 8PF

This artisan bakery in Islington is best known for its pastries - chief among them the maple bacon croissant, but its bread is up there too. Head along here for some great coffee in the minimalist setting and work your way through some excellent pastries.

vins
93 Grosvenor Ave, Canonbury, London N5 2NL

Slightly off the beaten track in Canonbury is this small neighbourhood wine bar, serving up a changing seasonal European menu. The owners are Hugo Thurston and Vinny Burke, who were also behind Shoreditch's Jago.

sunday
169 Hemingford Rd, London N1 1DA
Critic reviews - total score 9.5 out of 10

This bright, friendly neighbourhood cafe really comes into its own at the weekends when it serves up one of London's best brunches. You'll have to fight off every other Islington to get a seat, but it's worth it for dishes like Crispy Pork belly with spring onion pancake, kimchi and scrambled eggs.

yadas
115A Rye Ln, Peckham, London SE15 4ST

Hidden down an alley near Peckham Rye station, this Kurdish restaurant seems to relish being difficult to find, but it’s worth persisting. The kibbeh are to die for and the shawarma is beautifully spiced and delicious – and brilliant value too. Easier to find is the recently-opened secondary outpost on Rye Lane geared towards lunch - their huge mezze plate deal is a steal.

condesa
15 Maiden Ln, Covent Garden, London WC2E 7NG

Condesa is a small tapas restaurant in Covent Garden with dishes inspired by both Spain and Latin America. Here you'll find a combination of Spanish tapas like jamon Iberico next to beef cheek tacos and ceviche along with plenty of cava and sherry, of course.

flatironcg
17-18 Henrietta St, Covent Garden, London WC2E 8QH

Flat Iron are known for bringing affordable steak dinners to the masses, but without losing the quality. You can get a really good steak and chips here without breaking the bank, all thanks to mainly serving up the affordable flat iron cut. Be prepared for a wait for a table at peak times, it's very popular.

chicksourscg
1A Earlham St, London WC2H 9LL

Originally set up in Haggerston, this fried chicken restaurant is a collaboration between Carl Clarke and David Wolanski. As well as serving excellent fried chicken - tenders, wings and burgers, they also do a mean line in sour cocktails. Not to mention the amazing Szechuan Aubergine, one of our favourite London dishes.

lanzhou
33 Cranbourn St, Covent Garden, London WC2H 7AD

Lanzhou Lamian Noodle Bar serves up hand-pulled noodles in its location near Leicester Square tube. It's definitely the noodles that you're coming here for (stick to those), served up into the early hours of the morning.

monplaisir
19-21 Monmouth St, Covent Garden, London WC2H 9DD

Mon Plasir is billed as London's "oldest French restaurant" - with its current owners keeping it in the family since the 1940s. As you might imagine from such a traditional establishment this does the classic dishes very well.

maisonbab
4 Mercer Walk, Covent Garden, London WC2H 9FA

This is from the same people as the original Le Bab - but it's a restaurant of two halves. Upstairs you'll find their next-level kebabs which are inspired by and are paying homage to great kebab houses. And downstairs is the hidden counter dining restaurant Kebab queen. This is a different beast altogether, offering a kebab tasting menu like no other.

eneko
One Aldwych, London WC2B 4BZ

Eneko Atxa is best known for his Basque restaurant, the three Michelin starred Azurmendi. This is the London outpost of his more informal Spanish restaurant - but still with a Basque menu at the heart of things.

boccocino
19 Berkeley St, Mayfair, London W1J 8ED

In the heart of Mayfair, high end Bocconcino serves up classic Italian cuisine - everything from homemade pasta and freshly made pizzas baked in the wood-fired pizza oven, to the highest quality seafood.

Beck at Browns
Brown?s Hotel, Albemarle Street, London W1S 4BP
Critic reviews - total score 6 out of 10

He may have a three Michelin-starred restaurant in Rome, but chef Heinz Beck's Mayfair restaurant at Brown's Hotel is a slightly more casual affair. An Italian restaurant with British produce supplying the additional wow factor.

HIDE
85 Piccadilly, London W1J 7NB
Critic reviews - total score 8.5 out of 10
Michelin star 1 Michelin star

Ollie Dabbous' Mayfair restaurant is a three storey affair cominging a fine dining tasting menu upstairs with an all-day a la carte on the ground floor and a basement bar.

Cornerstone
3 Prince Edward Road, London E9 5LX
Critic reviews - total score 9 out of 10

Ex Outlaw's chef Tom Brown is going it alone in Hackney with his own restaurant Cornerstone. Expect a seasonal menu, plenty of seafood and counter dining too.

bellamys
18 Bruton Pl, Mayfair, London W1J 6LY
Critic reviews - total score 8 out of 10

The kind of restaurant you're as likely to find yourself sitting next to the Queen as you are a Cork Street art dealer. Run by the ebullient Gavin Rankin and tucked away in a mews off Berkeley Square, it looks like it's been here forever rather than being just a teenager in restaurant terms.

Delamina
56-58 Marylebone Lane, London W1U 2NX
Critic reviews - total score 8 out of 10

The couple who opened turkey restaurant Strut & Cluck in Shoreditch are behind this Eastern Mediterranean kitchen on Marylebone Lane. Here, they've been inspired by their family heritage. Expect a modern menu, with inspirations from Eastern Med and the Middle East in a laid back setting.

mlkx
6 St Chad's Pl, London WC1X 9HH

Pretty much the first to kick off the reinvention of burgers in the UK, MEATliquor have been leaders in the scene ever since. This King's Cross outpost has the usual suspects - great burgers, lethal cocktails and more.

mildredskx
200 Pentonville Rd, Kings Cross, London N1 9JP

Amazingly popular vegetarian restaurant, serving up all manner of veggie and vegan dishes. Their burgers are very well regarded and the weekend brunch with scrambled tofu and aubergine bacon, among others, is a big hit.

pizzaunion
246-250 Pentonville Rd, London N1 9JY

Pizza Union serve up superfast pizzas in King's Cross - thin Roman pizzas that, thanks to their huge oven, are ready in minutes. It's a perfect combo of good food that's great value too.

bodegaritas
Unit 114, Lower Stable Street, London N1C 4DR

This teeny deli has a few spaces inside and out for folk to enjoy the cracking sarnies they sell and - at night - it's a lovely spot to sit and enjoy a decent glass of wine. Look out for their regularly changing meal deals too.

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