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La Bodega Negra

Not to be confused with the street-level café of the same name around the corner on Moor Street, La Bodega Negra restaurant and bar is an evening-only, dimly-lit basement decked…

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Hawksmoor

The Hawksmoor, a steakhouse founded in East London, built its reputation on bone marrow burgers, grilled meats and cocktails. Since opening in 2006, it has expanded to other locations and added…

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The Royal Oak

At The Royal Oak on East London’s Columbia Road, British pub food is tweaked to embrace global flavors in snacks like merguez Scotch eggs and pig’s cheeks with Alsatian bacon,…

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The Cow

West London’s The Cow serves light pub food on the ground floor, with a more formal dining setting upstairs. Pair raw, smoked and marinated fish from France and Britain with…

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The Harwood Arms

At The Harwood arms, Mike Robinson of The Pot Kiln in Berkshire and Brett Graham of London’s two Michelin-starred The Ledbury  have teamed up to bring exquisite food to Fulham in…

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The Anchor & Hope

More than a decade after its founding, Southwark’s The Anchor & Hope continues to deliver uncompromising quality dishes known for their depth and richness. The menu merges traditional British and…

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The Bull & Last

Housed in a 19th-century carriage house near Hampstead Heath, The Bull and Last serves expertly executed game, meats and fish alongside classic cocktails, cask ales and wines from the Old…

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The Eagle

Thriving since the early 1990s, The Eagle was among the pioneers in the gastropub field, cashing in on Britain’s more liberal approach to licensing. Beck’s and Guinness are poured right…

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Great Queen Street

Covent Garden’s Great Queen Street serves modern British food with a clear emphasis on meat and game, offering few options for London’s considerable vegetarian population. Dishes include hearty pub classics…

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The Zetter Townhouse

Tony Conigliaro, of 69 Colebrooke Row, created the cocktails at this boutique hotel's lounge. The parlor-style room is designed to look like the abode of a fictional 19th-century eccentric spinster called…