London Restaurant Reviews
Checking out the exciting restaurant scene in London - these are my must try recommendations.
A friendly and cosy bistro in Fulham serving French and Japanese fusion food. We were invited to try Bistro Mirey – a rather innovative concept marrying French bistro style cooking with Japanese ingredients. As a fan of both cuisines, I was intrigued to try a combination of the two. Tweet4Pin1Share2WhatsAppEmailFlipReddit7 Shares
Located in Westbourne Grove, an area dense with restaurants, Banana Tree is normally busy for dinner on the weekend, so we booked earlier in the day. Serving a selection of dishes from the Indochina region, they offer a varied menu, with quite a few vegetarian options. TweetPin1Share1WhatsAppEmailFlipReddit2 Shares
Novikov Italian, Mayfair To find Novikov on Berkeley Street, just look for the rather impressive line of luxury and supercars parked outside. Popular with tourists, alot of the Mayfair crowd, celebs, and usually very busy; you do need fairly deep pockets to spend an evening here. TweetPin1ShareWhatsAppEmailFlipReddit1 Shares
Gokyuzu opened in 1999 and has tripled in size since then. Set in the heart of ‘little Turkey”, amongst dozens of other busy Turkish restaurants, you can normally get a table if you are prepared to wait. TweetPin1ShareWhatsAppEmailFlipReddit1 Shares
A charming family run Eritrean Restaurant in Maida Vale. For years I have driven past Mosob thinking it looked quite popular. One evening, looking for something different to try, we dropped in. The restaurant usually looks very busy in the evenings, but we were fortunate to find a table. Tweet1Pin5ShareWhatsAppEmailFlipReddit6 Shares