With cafés, bars and bohemian restaurants on almost every street corner, visitors are spoilt for choice when it comes to enjoying good meals in London. Whether you're looking for a comfortable, unique family venue such as The Rainforest Cafe , who work in conjunction with the World Land Trust to help educate children about the environment, or if you're keen on booking a high-end restaurant to celebrate a birthday, anniversary or other milestone, with top class cuisine, you'll find everything you need in the heart of the country's bustling capital. The range of food and drink London offers, and the choice of cuisines available, is astounding.
If you're looking for a budget-friendly restaurant in London, why not head to Verden in Clapton? Located on Clarence Road, Verden serves exquisite food at very reasonable prices. Among other delicacies, customers can enjoy premium smoked fish, a range of fresh vegetables and carefully-roasted chicken. Owned and run by two former Mayfair restaurateurs, Verden boasts all of the elegance and style of a major restaurant at a fraction of the original cost. Located in Camden Town and increasingly popular with local residents, Hook is another leading London restaurant that serves lovingly prepared dishes at reasonable prices. Hook is renowned for its high-quality take on one of the nation's favourite meals, fish and chips. As a restaurant, it has received positive reviews from a number of major media outlets, including TimeOut and The Huffington Post.
If you're looking for a classy venue serving luxurious food and drink, check out Galvin at Windows in Mayfair which allows you to enjoy a supreme meal whilst surveying the capital's changing landscape. Galvin at Windows is the ideal venue either for romantic dinners or business meetings. As well as serving as a high-end restaurant, Galvin at Windows also boasts a built-in bar which sells a range of carefully-crafted cocktails. London food and drink of great quality and beauty can also be found at La Gavroche, a famous restaurant owned (and personally run) by renowned French chef Michel Roux Jr. La Gavroche is known both for the quality of its meals and for the classical beauty of its decor.
Like all major cities, London is a cultural melting pot composed of venues which draw upon international ideas, styles and tastes: individuals looking to enjoy an electric range of Thai cuisine may enjoy a visit to the KaoSarn restaurant in Brixton, which serves some of the most aromatic and natural food and drink in London. Other Thai restaurants in London include the Busaba Eathai, which sits in the heart of Covent Garden, and the elegantly furnished Champor-Champor at London Bridge. If you're in the mood for a Chinese, head to Yauatcha, an elegant, yet cosy restaurant on Broadwick Street - the originator of all-day dim sum.