London & Brighton Restaurants

The best restaurants, pubs, bars and cafes for breakfast, lunch & dinner in London & Brighton. Discover the best places and offers to help you eat out well in London & Brighton.


Deccan Tiffin supper club @ Cafe Plenty

An authentic journey through some of India's most popular street food dishes

SMOKESTAK, Shoreditch Review

Smokestak has made the transition fromĀ street food stallĀ to full-blown restaurant, and chef/owner David Carter has done it in style.

Chick ‘n’ Sours, (Seven Dials) London Review

Chick 'n' Sours is all about free-range fried chicken and sour cocktails. Sounds like a match made in heaven.

Curry Leaf Cafe, Brighton Review

Brighton's Indian food scene is as strong as it's ever been, and there's more to come.

Cin Cin, Brighton Review

Simple food, incredibly well executed - Cin Cin is the hottest name in town right now.

Body Fuel Cafe, Hove Review

Salad, salad or more salad. Is Body Fuel the healthiest cafe in town?

Hawker House (Street Feast), London Review

Street Feast has been transforming derelict and disused spaces into unique eating and drinking environments, since launching in 2012.

Lobos Meat & Tapas, Soho Review

A hit in Borough Market, Lobos opens its second location in the heart of Soho

Giggling Squid, Hove Review

An indulgent dinner at one of Brighton's most authentic Thai restaurants

Indian Summer, Brighton Review

Regional cuisine at one of Brighton's oldest Indian restaurants

Ember Yard, London Review

Three Salt Yard Group restaurants down. Two to go.

Fatto a Mano, Hove Review

One of Brighton's best pizzerias branches out to Hove

Dog Haus @ Patterns, Brighton Review

Gourmet hot dogs and bottomless booze on a sunny, seaside terrace

Village, Brighton Review

A local community success story

Sussex Produce Company, Review

Locally sourced, classic British fayre in an award-winning food shop

Silo, Brighton Review

Leading by example and being progressive by employing some very old fashioned ideals

The Joker, Brighton Review

Are you brave (or stupid) enough to take on the Viper?

Dead Wax Social, Brighton Review

Craft beer, Sourdough pizza and all the vinyl you can handle

Archipelago, London Review

Crocodile, Python, Kangaroo, Alpaca and Mealworms - an average night at Archipelago

Revisit: Senor Buddha, Brighton Review

Rediscovering the best tapas bar in Brighton

Moksha Caffe, Brighton Review

My new favourite brunch spot

Bunnychow, Soho Review

Bunnywhat?!

Wahaca, Brighton Review

It's proved a hit everywhere else, but can Wahaca crack Brighton?

Stock Burger Co. Brighton Review

Another burger & craft beer joint. New player or tourist fodder?