London Restaurant Reviews, News & Special Offers
With official and customer restaurant reviews, we've compiled the most comprehensive online London restaurant guide. We also run features, articles and restaurant news and press releases as well as restaurant and food polls. We have amazing deals and special offers on London theatre, shows and restaurants.
Current London Restaurant and Food News
You've still got time to splash out on one of these luxurious chocolate Easter eggs...
Fancy something fresh, tasty and great value for lunch today?
Pre/Post Theatre Meal Deals
Book online West-End theatre tickets combined with a pre or post-theatre meal at a top London Restaurant. Productions include Billy Elliot, The Wizard Of Oz, Singin' In The Rain, Matilda and many more. The best value packages start from around £20 for tickets AND dinner!
Other London Restaurant Features
A record 61 Michelin Starred restaurants for 2013 are in the capital!
Which celebrity chefs and owners have a London restaurant? Where can you find famous chefs at work?
With hundreds of new restaurants opening in London every year, we check out the latest additions to the Capital...
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Latest Customer Reviews for London Restaurants
Foods are terrificly amazing! Nice service.
Excellent sardinian cuisine made from fresh food, light, simple, delicious, accompanied by huge variety of top quality wines and very personal, family approach of the service. I'm used to go eating to Ichnusa almost every...
Calm and plenty of light at lunchtime. Delicious haddock, poached egg and bubble and squeak on the specials board.
Featured London Areas Restaurant Guide
A Guide to Restaurants in Oxford Street W1.
Oxford Street is famous the world-over for its vast array of shops and being on the Monopoly board next to (as in life) the more upmarket Bond Street and Regent Street. Shoppers flock to the 1.25 mile West London Street to make it Europe's busiest (which reaches fever pitch in the weeks leading up to Christmas). Of course, Christmas shoppers need sustenance and there is no shortage of eateries on and around Oxford Street. You could kill two birds with one stone and eat on the go or in a department store like Selfridges, John Lewis or the flagship M&S. Or, if you have a bit more time, try out one of the following...