Central London restaurant reviews

The Scoffers guide to the best Central London restaurants in London & Brighton.

Scoffers is a guide to the best London and Brighton restaurants, food & drink offers and foodie events. On Scoffers you'll find honest and independent reviews of restaurants, pubs, bars and cafes in London and Brighton.

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.

Lobos Meat & Tapas, Soho Review

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

Ember Yard, London Review

Three Salt Yard Group restaurants down. Two to go.

Archipelago, London Review

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

Bunnychow, Soho Review

Bunnywhat?!

Reverend JW Simpson, Fitzrovia Review

Once home to a real life Reverend - now an innovative cocktail bar

Mamounia Lounge, Mayfair Review

Traditional and modern Middle Eastern cuisine in one of the most opulent settings around

Homeslice Pizza, Covent Garden Review

Taking pizza to a new level with their exciting flavour combinations

Granger & Co. Clerkenwell Review

Exciting dishes, which deliver big on flavour. The setting's not bad either.

Smoking Goat, Soho Review

Spuntino + Better Food = Smoking Goat, a Thai BBQ dive bar in Soho

Kouzu, Belgravia Review

Japanese fine dining at it's best

Kintan, Holborn Review

Rubbish BBQ weather again? That doesn't matter at Kintan!

Kopapa, Covent Garden Review

Why would I want to have marinated olives, beef rendang and a cheese board?

Salt Yard, Fitzrovia Review

The original Salt Yard Group restaurant has been stripped of it's crown by it's own sisters

Spice Market, Piccadilly Review

Upmarket setup on the edge of Chinatown promises more than it delivers

Tuscanic Merende, Soho Review

Authentic Tuscan ingredients served with traditional Italian simplicity

Big Easy, Covent Garden Review

King's Road favourite brings an authentic American crabshack to Covent Garden

Senor Ceviche, Soho Review

Get set for the Peruvian food revolution.

One Tun, Fitzrovia Review

The One Tun is a nondescript, busy pub I'd never think to eat in but I'm so glad I did.

Jackson + Rye, Soho Review

Soggy fried chicken is hard to forgive but Jackson + Rye deserves a second chance

Pizza Pilgrims, Soho Review

The story of two brothers living the dream, from quitting their jobs to opening their own pizzeria

The Wolseley, Mayfair Review

Stunning setting with top class service and food - outstanding value for money.

Nightjar, Old Street Review

It's next to a Chicken Cottage but that doesn't stop Nightjar being one the best bars on the planet

Vertigo 42 Review

Vertigo 42 will destroy your wallet, but you won't care

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