16 British London Restaurants near Oxford Circus Tube Station view bookable view recommended
Set over 2 floors, 52 North masterfully blends a 'home from home' feel with all the contemporary flair that one would expect in Soho. Roaring fireplaces and classic leather Eames furniture sit alongside a runway of light bulbs, with a lower-ground bar that offers an inviting speakeasy environment. The menu features dishes that showcase the best of British, such as Scotch woodcock, and Arbroath smokies fish cake, with European influences featuring throughout. The bar areas also serve artisan beers, organic British cider, and a delightful wine list.
Alyn Williams at The Westbury Hotel is a stylish independent venture with one main room and two private dining rooms. There is a Wine Room with capacity of 8 people around a handsome honeyed glass table and Aspen Room with capacity for 18 seated guests. The decor matches that of the main room with rich rosewood panelling, chairs covered in cream gauffraged velvet. Choices of menus include a la carte, vegetarian, wine list, tasting and lunch menu. The price for 3 course meal is £50. Drinks include champagne, wines, sweet and fortified.
A 2001 Moet and Chandon Restaurant Award Nominee. An interesting restaurant providing an eclectic range of European cuisine. Main courses include marinated tiger prawns with Thai vegetable noodles and also spicy meatloaf with porcini gravy and mash. The crowd is young and the wine list is admirable. You must reserve a table well in advance here.
An all-day bar and brasserie set in the heart of the West End, Central & Co offers classic British dining with a fashionable edge. The glossy under-lit Sparkling Bar serves one of London's most comprehensive selections of sparkling wines, which are all chilled on display behind spectacular glass walls. Alongside timeless British main courses, eclectic signature small plates are popular sharing options.
Traditional British grill restaurant Greig's is a Mayfair stronghold for lovers of prime steak everywhere. Still using the same family butcher which supplied its Scotch hung steaks fifty years ago, the restaurant also serves old favourites such as roast beef and Yorkshire pudding, seafood and classic pies and puddings. The charming oak-panelled dining rooms form an elegant counterpoint to the classic menu, perfect for social or business occasions.