Favorites in London

1. Notes Music & Coffee

31 St Martins Ln, Londres, Greater London
Cafeteria · City of Westminster · 164 dicas e avaliações

Constance |.Constance | @croostifoodi: Very trendy coffee shop, chill vibe, with an excellent flat white. They also have Crosstown doughnuts.

The Wolseley is one of Favorites in London.

2. The Wolseley

160 Piccadilly (Arlington St), Londres, Greater London
Restaurante Europeu Moderno · 558 dicas e avaliações

Rachel C.Rachel Clark: Lots of options on the veg menu. The soufflé Suisse was delicious, as was the treacle tart. Don’t worry much about the dress code—some people were pretty casual and some quite dressed up.

3. The Three Stags

67-69 Kennington Rd (Lambeth Rd), Londres, Greater London
Pub Gastronômico · London · 31 dicas e avaliações

Rachel C.Rachel Clark: Stopped in for Sunday roast—the vegan nut roast was excellent, and the service was really friendly.

4. Mildreds

45 Lexington St, Soho, Greater London
Restaurante Vegano e Vegetariano · Soho, London, Greater London · 252 dicas e avaliações

LondonistLondonist: All veggie, yet meat-eaters won't even notice the lack of animal bits. Exceptional food for the price. Haven't been upstairs in a while, but used to be decorated with exquisite Victorian porn.

5. Friends of Ours

61 Pitfield St, Hoxton, Greater London
Café · Hackney Borough · 168 dicas e avaliações

Rachel C.Rachel Clark: Some unique brunch options in addition to the standards—the ricotta and spinach gnudi was quite different and it was very very good.

6. Granger & Co.

7 Pancras Sq (Stanley Building), Londres, Greater London
Café da Manhã · Kings Cross · 131 dicas e avaliações

Plwm B.Plwm Bwm: The ricotta hotcakes are delicious.

7. Hawksmoor Spitalfields

157A Commercial St, Londres, Greater London
Steakhouse · Spitalfields and Banglatown · 198 dicas e avaliações

Time Out LondonTime Out London: The original Hawksmoor, for most of its six-year existence a boisterous one-floor restaurant and bar, has fitted out and opened its cellar as a dedicated bar. And it's great. Leia mais.

8. BrewDog Soho

21 Poland St, Londres, Greater London
Bar de Cerveja · Soho · 81 dicas e avaliações

Rachel C.Rachel Clark: Great beer, good service, nice atmosphere. The seitan burger is AMAZING.

9. Brick Lane Market

91 Brick Ln, Londres, Greater London
Mercado · Spitalfields and Banglatown · 184 dicas e avaliações

Tim T.Tim Talbot: Have a wander down Brick Lane on a Sunday and take in the colourful sights and eclectic smells. All sorts of little stalls to nibble away at, alongside vintage fashion and unusual bric a brac

10. Old Spitalfields Market

16 Horner Sq (Brushfield St), Londres, Greater London
Mercado de Pulgas · Spitalfields and Banglatown · 271 dicas e avaliações

DjaiaDjaia: U can find nice handmade stuff there, some clothes made by young designers, unusual jewels. Actually market works on the week, but weekends are better time to visit it...

11. Churchill War Rooms (Churchill Museum & Cabinet War Rooms)

King Charles St, Londres, Greater London
Local Histórico e Tombado · Westminster · 83 dicas e avaliações

HISTORY UKHISTORY UK: This underground headquarters was Winston Churchill’s command post during World War Two (even though he used to insist on going on to the roof to watch the bombing raids!).

12. National Portrait Gallery

St. Martin's Pl, Londres, Greater London
Galeria de Arte · Piccadilly · 193 dicas e avaliações

ToryBurchToryBurch: This must-see museum houses over 160,000 portraits of famous Brits (think Mick Jagger, Queen Victoria) dating back to the 16th century. It also is home to a trove of Cecil Beaton images.

13. Imperial War Museum

Lambeth Rd, London, Greater London
Museu de História · Lambeth, London, Greater London · 139 dicas e avaliações

HISTORY UKHISTORY UK: The museum is located in the former Royal Bethlem Hospital for the mentally ill (from where the term ‘bedlam’ comes). The iconic guns at the front are 15 inch naval cannon, both used in action in WW2.

14. Sir John Soane's Museum

13 Lincoln's Inn Fields, Londres, Greater London
Museu de História · Holborn and Covent Garden · 65 dicas e avaliações

Rachel C.Rachel Clark: Fascinating museum hidden on a side street—refreshingly uncrowded. Get a map or guidebook before venturing in to get the most of the experience; Sir John's collection isn't all that well-labeled.

15. Victoria and Albert Museum (V&A)

Cromwell Rd, Londres, Greater London
Museu de Arte · Kensington and Chelsea · 658 dicas e avaliações

HISTORY UKHISTORY UK: The V&A is the world’s largest museum of decorative art and design and holds 4.5 million objects. Henry Cole, the museum’s first director, printed the world’s first Christmas card in 1843.

16. Tate Britain

Millbank, Londres, Greater London
Museu de Arte · Millbank · 225 dicas e avaliações

Jeremy L.Jeremy Le Van: Impressive English art + contemporary international art permanent collection, free "Late at Tate" events (1st Friday of each month, 6:00-10:00pm). Notice the bombing traces on the exterior walls

The Grazing Goat is one of Favorites in London.

17. The Grazing Goat

6 New Quebec St, Marylebone, Greater London
Pub Gastronômico · Marylebone, London, Greater London · 157 dicas e avaliações

Rachel C.Rachel Clark: The artichoke Wellington was delicious, and the Christmas pudding was a real treat.

18. Climpson & Sons Spitalfields

Pod 3, Old Spitalfields Market (by Commercial St), Londres, Greater London
Cafeteria · Spitalfields and Banglatown · 9 dicas e avaliações

ZuzZuz: New coffee stand at the market! Friendly staff and good coffee. Prices like everywhere else in the area.

19. Kahaila

135 Brick Ln, Brick Lane, Greater London
Café · Tower Hamlets · 128 dicas e avaliações

Shannon L.Shannon Low: Great coffee and cakes. Also a social enterprise so your flat white money is going to a good place.

20. The Delaunay

55 Aldwych, Londres, Greater London
Restaurante Europeu Moderno · City of Westminster · 240 dicas e avaliações

Rachel C.Rachel Clark: Excellent tea, and if you're getting drinks, try the Warsaw martini.