Discover new places to eat out with our London restaurant reviews. London is overflowing with great restaurants. Where do you start? We’re asked daily about which new restaurants have opened, which ones are worth seeking out and what’s not living up to the hype.
From the hustle of Shoreditch to the back streets of our local ‘hood, we scour the city so we can tell you what impresses us (so you can impress your mates). It could be a new street food craze, the next hottest vegan place, a swish Michelin-starred restaurant or a tiny little pop-up without a tablecloth in sight. We’ve got high-end places for those baller occasions, along with the bank-balance-friendly cheap eats.
We’re fair on what we tell you, though we only write London restaurant reviews on what we can truly recommend. Why waste your time telling you something you shouldn’t experience when we can tell you something you most definitely should? We’ve rated our reviews too, from three to five stars, depending on how much we love them to help you prioritise your own all-important hit list. Don’t forget to check out our curated maps of where to find the best burgers, brunch, and loads more all across town too.
So what actually makes a good restaurant? For us, it’s four things. The food itself obviously. Secondly the service – we expect it to be on point. Interiors count for a lot too. Everyone likes an aesthetically pleasing place but we do appreciate that not everyone has a design studio on the books, and sometimes a hole in the wall is fine too. Then there is the atmosphere, the gentle chitter chatter, the sound of laughter, of people having a good time.
Long story short, if you’re looking for London restaurant reviews, for any occasion imaginable – we can help with that.
LOTI EATS | ROJI
London’s home to a fair few exceptional sushi and omakase restaurants, but few can boast an entrance that gives out the serious Tokyo vibes like newcomer Roji,…Read more
LOTI EATS | BOTTLE & RYE
Robin Gill and his wife Sarah have opened a new bistro and wine bar in Brixton called Bottle + Rye and we can confirm it’s…Read more
LOTI EATS | CADET
With places like Top Cuvée, Hector’s, Weino BIB, and Bright to name just a few, London’s modern wine bar scene has really come along in…Read more
LOTI EATS | CAIA
Open fire cooking has come to Notting Hill as Caia (appropriately named after the Roman goddess of fire) has just opened on Golborne Road. Founded…Read more
LOTI EATS | MR JI
As Madonna is to music, so is Mr Ji is to restaurants; a master of reinvention. First popping up in 2017 at Hook in Camden,…Read more
LOTI EATS | MARIA G’S
He already runs Italian joint Sorella in Clapham but Robin Gill has opened another, this time in Kensington – he’s really expanded the scope of his…Read more
LOTI EATS | BURGER & BEYOND SOHO
Burger & Beyond, who are right up there in terms of the best burgers in London, are doubling down in 2022 with the launch of two…Read more
LOTI EATS | THE DRUNKEN BUTLER
Since it first opened, The Drunken Butler in Clerkenwell has been serving a menu that mixed French and Persian flavours and techniques with other international…Read more
LOTI EATS | THE TAMIL PRINCE
On the quiet backstreets of Barnsbury, The Tamil Prince has recently opened, taking over a nice whitewashed corner pub building that was previously called the…Read more
LOTI EATS | SUPA YA RAMEN
For the first time since opening back in September, Supa Ya Ramen has given its menu a full revamp so we hot-footed it down to…Read more
LOTI EATS | THE BLACK LAMB
The Gladwin Brothers have already had quite a few London hits – Soho’s Sussex, Battersea’s Nutbourne, Notting Hill’s The Shed, Chelsea’s Rabbit and Richmond’s Fat…Read more
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