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London Restaurant Guide

London is a cosmopolitan city where it is possible to sample cuisine from all corners of the world. There are establishments to suit every taste and pocket, from burger restaurants like the Hard Rock Cafe on Piccadilly and Planet Hollywood near Leicester Square, to those serving exquisite modern cuisine such as Quaglino's near Piccadilly or the Blueprint Cafe at the Design Museum. Britain is famed for its pubs and London has literally thousands to choose from, where you can sample a pint of British beer, enjoy good-value bar meals and savour the friendly atmosphere.

So, here are some top restaurants in London, you can decide to dine in one of these fantastic restaurants or one of the other 100 more London restaurants.

Indigo is set in Convent Garden, right in the middle of London. It is an informal restaurant with a relaxed atmosphere with an inspired, yet modern European menu. During the day you can either have breakfast, lunch and also pre-theatre suppers and dinners.

The Langtry Restaurant is set in Knightsbridge, London and is a restaurant that is simply full of history. Again, part of a hotel, but this time the Cadogan Hotel, this restaurant offers a warm and intimate setting with foods that are imaginative yet delicious.

The Tamarind Restaurant is for those that want to experience Indian glamour mixed with 60.s modernism but in a subtle way. Situated in Mayfair, this restaurant offers everything that you would expect from the high class area.

If you are looking for a more cosmopolitan setting for your dinner, then why not come to the Artisan Restaurant in Mayfair? It is elegantly designed with beautiful chandeliers and dark wood features.

Last but not least, the last restaurant I would like to mention is Pissaros. Entertaining both adults and children, and is set right on the River Thames. On first entry, the restaurant has somewhat of a pub-like feel, but the best seats for the restaurant are out on the conservatory.