127 London Restaurants EC3view bookable view recommended
|Continental / Mediterranean | French|
|1 Lombard Street, Bank|
Phone: 02079296611 Fax: 02087687492
Set in an elegant Grade II-listed building, 1 Lombard Street is the address to remember for high-end dining. Open for breakfast, lunch and dinner, 5 days a week, the bustling 200 seater Brasserie is suited to all tastes, budgets and occasions. Casually elegant, warm and inviting, it features the building's stunning glass cupola - a centrepiece dome designed by Italian architect Pietro Agostini. The food here is comforting and classic - Lombard's Shepherd's Pie and coq au vin 'Bourgignon' made with black leg chicken and served with buttery mash are genuine City favourites. There's a formidable choice of steaks and many delicious desserts, including trifle and caramelised spiced pineapple.
|Kosher / Jewish | Vegetarian / Organic|
|Bevis Marks Synagogue
Phone: 020 7621 1701
1701 is a Jewish cuisine restaurant. It is open for breakfast, lunch and dinner. Located in the grounds of Britainís oldest synagogue, Bevis Marks, founded in 1701. It is available for hire for private parties and events. Dishes include Israeli Breakfast, Bourekas, Israeli Salad, Pítcha and Gefilte Fish.
|Pub / Bar|
Perfectly positioned in the vibrant heart of the City, next to the Royal Exchange, Abacus is a stylish hive of activity for wining and dining. Whether you are seeking a relaxed yet fun ambience or high energy, Abacus has somewhere to suit your mood. A light, bright and relaxing bar, the Upstairs Lounge is decked with chandeliers, leather and marble, making it the perfect place to chill after work. It also incorporates the Abacus Cafe. With its cosy wood and leather details, it is perfect for lunches and after-work nibbles and platters. Alternatively, the Lower Lounge is an upbeat and lively bar with tall tables and low leather sofas, whilst the Abacus Club is truly decadent, featuring funky lights, black leather furnishings and a spacious dance floor. With plenty to enjoy, Abacus is a hip and enticing place to let loose after a hard day's work.
|International | Cafe / Brasserie|
People like the food, service and ambience
Addendum customer reviews
|1 Seething Lane|
An air of understated glamour pervades the Addendum Restaurant, in contrast to its location in bustling east London. Set within the Apex City of London Hotel, the subdued amber lighting and leather booths make this an intimate and refined dining experience, ideal for wooing clients and lovers alike. The eclectic array of dishes draws on cuisines from around the world, with two AA Rosettes to support the inventiveness of the menu.
|French | Continental / Mediterranean|
|56 Mark Lane|
A contemporary bar and restaurant, Auberge London serves brasserie-style French cuisine and classic Gallic inspired favourites. The impressive bar serves up international beer and an excellent wine list. With elegant 1920's Art Deco-style design, Auberge - Mark Lane has stained glass features and a vibrant ambience. A huge 300-cover subterranean space is perfect for evening dining.
||52-54, Lime St|