Top 10 Places to Eat in London

When it comes to finding places to eat in London, you can feel somewhat like a small child dwarfed in the face of an adventure playground. Everything looks so good, you want to go on all the rides (even the ones that make you puke), but where do you start? As ever, here at DesignMyNight we've done the hard graft for you having trawled the City for the top 10 places to eat so you can find your food stuffed nirvana. North, South, East, West - every district in London is bursting with creative cuisines from some of the best restaurants in the world to just some of our favourites. Go big, go affordable or go comfort, we've got you covered. 

Great Guns Social

123 user reviews 5

With a regularly-changing line-up of kitchen residencies curated by Maria Elia, this stunning London Bridge restaurant is a must-visit for any keen foodies. Hosting some of the best established and rising talent in the industry, it's one of the best places to eat in London.

Rosa's Thai Cafe has become a bit of a London institution and their tenth outpost in West Hampstead is serving up everything they're known for. Head to North West London to try Asian inspired dishes such as Beef Mussaman curry and Pad Thai in an intimate and lively setting.

Meat People

148 user reviews 4

Specialising in delivering fantastic cuts of meat, Meat People is a fantastic spot to grab a delicious bite to eat. Beautifully decorated, the team of mixologists offer up a number of fantastic fruit and spice infused cocktails, while the chefs have worked tirelessly to offer a menu of delectable culinary treats. From mouth-watering steak to seasoned swordfish, all of their ingredients are locally sourced from the finest farms and butchers in Britain.

Blues Kitchen Camden

57 user reviews 4

Champions of all things Deep Southern Americana and of the Blues persuasion, the Blues Kitchen in Camden slam together the gluttony of BBQ foods with the good old fashioned fun of soul, funk and jazz music. However you take your meat: slow-cooked, smothered in sauce or on the rib, Blues are always on point with an almighty finger-lickin' feast.