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Discover the best restaurants in London

London could well be the food capital of Europe. Every cuisine in the world is represented here. London is bursting with good restaurants. It is no accident that no less than 66 restaurants in London have at least one Michelin star. The exciting thing is that there is even a pub with a star.
Are you looking for tips for restaurants in London? Then read on. Enjoy at one of these London restaurants, with or without a star.
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1. The River Café

If we are talking about restaurants in London, then of course the name Jamie Oliver cannot be missed in the list. The River Café is the restaurant where Jamie's television career began. This restaurant is known for its seasonal Italian cuisine and delicious wines in an 'airy' location along the Thames.
Address: Thames Wharf, Rainville Rd, London W6 9HA

2. The Harwood Arms

A pub with a Michelin star! The Harwood Arms is one of the best restaurants in London, especially if you like great but affordable food. When will you have the chance to dine at a starred establishment for less than £50? The menu at The Harwood Arms offers typical British dishes such as pie, beef Wellington and custard with a modern twist.
Address: Walham Grove

3. Restaurant Gordon Ramsay 

A list of the best restaurants in London would not be complete without Gordon Ramsay. This top chef has several restaurants in Great Britain and abroad. Restaurant Gordon Ramsay is the most well-known and, according to many, his best restaurant. French cuisine takes centre stage, and you can expect several courses full of pure dishes.

Gordon Ramsay likes to use recognisable ingredients without much embellishment. So from simple products such as courgette, beetroot and salmon, he creates culinary works of art for your plate.
Address: 68 Royal Hospital Road

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4. Imperial China

It is a unique experience to visit London's Chinatown. It is bursting with shops and restaurants. Highly recommended is Imperial China, the ideal restaurant for brunch and lunch. They specialise in delicious dim sums: small steamed or deep-fried bites.
Address: White bear Yard, 25a Lisle street

5. Amaya

Crazy about Indian cuisine? Then Amaya should be on your must-visit list. The remarkable thing about Amaya is that they cook traditionally as much as possible. They use a tandoori oven, coals like a barbecue and an open grill. This gives all dishes that typical Indian flavour. The restaurant has an open kitchen and is decorated colourfully but elegantly, just like the dishes. Amaya is one of the best Michelin-starred restaurants in London.
Address: Halkin Arcade, ingang via Lowndes Street

6. Ottolenghi - 7 restaurants

You may know Ottolenghi from his cookbooks 'Simple' and 'Plenty'. The meals he makes are colourful and delicious. Ottolenghi's roots lie in Italy and Israel. The dishes he describes in his books and serves in his restaurants are therefore influenced by flavours from the Middle East and Asian and Italian cuisine. He lived in Amsterdam for a while and has lived in London for quite some time now.

The different restaurants serve different flavours; you can see the list on his website. They are popular, so make a reservation in advance! A few restaurants also have a shop where you can buy all kinds of things.

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With Eurostar to the best restaurants in London

Get on a train at your nearest station and travel to Amsterdam or Rotterdam. From Amsterdam, Eurostar takes you to the heart of London in just 4.13 hours. From Rotterdam, it takes 3.28 hours.
You can book a return ticket to London from € 100 per person with Eurostar. The sooner you book, the cheaper the train tickets.

Restaurants in London

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