Posted on March 12, 2020

Wondering where to eat in London? London may be known as one of the biggest cultural-economic capital of the World, but you're sadly mistaken if you think that's all there is to this city! London is the capital of Great Britain. Home to People from across the globe, London is culturally diverse. Living as a student in London means immediately being exposed to a varied and eccentric culture, especially the cuisine. Whatever your preferred cuisine maybe, you're guaranteed to find it in London, and odds are, it'll be the best you've ever had. In London, you definitely don't have to empty your wallet to get a quality meal to soothe your stomach.

Here is a list highlighting five amazing restaurants in London.

1) EASTERS

Esters is a cafe and a brunch place. In other words, it's a cafe that verges into restaurant territory. They serve one of the finest, signature miso and white chocolate cookies, the creation of co-owner Nia Burr. It is almost reason enough to visit this place. So coffees are also made with the same care and precision as the food. You can find one of the best-brewed coffee here at Easters. Their menu has a lot of experimental dishes. Their counter is always stocked with cakes and cookies. The exciting thing about this restaurant is they allow well-behaved Dogs, Baby Changing, WIFI & Laptops (weekdays only). Being a pet-friendly cafe, there is a lot of fun and happiness all around all the time.

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Location: 55 Kynaston Rd, Stoke Newington, London N16 0EB, UK Must-Try: Miso

2) BRAWN

Brawn is located on Columbia Road in Bethnal Green. It is a casual dining restaurant known for its European cuisine and Wine Bar. Wines here are predominantly natural and biodynamic. The ambiance has illustrations of posters with vine, modern art, and whitewashed brick walls, which makes the two relaxed dining rooms among most handsome and cool restaurants in London. You also might feel that you are dining on the streets of Europe itself. With the beautiful ambiance, the place also is conveniently accessible to student accommodation, attracting most of the student crowd.

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Location: 49 Columbia Rd, Shoreditch, Greater London Must-Try: Chocolate mousse,

3) MARKSMAN

The Sunday roast is a pillar in British food culture, but surprisingly few restaurants better the home-cooked version of this national institution. The Marksman's roast, one of the finest in the city, is worth traveling to Hackney for. But this is also a pub-restaurant to visit any day of the week for delicious, seasonal, imaginative cooking like cocoa beans, girolles, and hen's egg or brown crab and fennel pollen on toast brilliantly British and refined; this should be the template for the gastropub 2.0 in London. The ambiance and the vibes of the restaurant will make you visit here again and again. They are primarily known for their customer-friendly staff. Quick service and happy waiters make your dining experience more special.

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Location: 254 Hackney Rd, London, Greater London Must-Try: Brown Crab

4) ROGANIC

Started in 2011 as a temporary pop-up restaurant, Roganic is now a Michelin star restaurant. Five years since the restaurant opened many outlets in and around the city have been introduced. This restaurant has received immense praise from bloggers, chefs, writers, and food enthusiasts because of the brilliantly conceptualized menu and the restaurant staff's excellent service. The taste and ambiance of the place will make you visit more often here.

Location: 5-7 Blandford St, Marylebone, London W1U 3DB, United Kingdom Must-Try: Suffolk Bharolais Lamb

5) PADELLA

Padella has earned a reputation for being one of the most elegant restaurants in London. This place serves its in-restaurant handmade pasta delicacies like Beef Shin Ragu, Pici Ciaccio e Pepe and Tagliarini with olive oil and parmesan cheese. They have consistently maintained a high quality of food and a modern Italian bistro ambiance. It also is the distinction of being the "No 1. Cheap Eat for Under a Tenner." You will probably have to wait long enough before you get in, especially it is a house full on weekdays but worth it.

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Location: 6 Southwark St, London SE1 1TQ, United Kingdom Must-Try: Pici Ciaccio e Pepe

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