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4 Best restaurants in London

London offers a huge diversity in food and culture. Everything from French to Japanese to modern European is served across the capital. You have a huge variety to choose from, so whether you are looking for a quirky restaurant, a take away place or a private fine dining experience, London offers you all. We have put together a list of fine dining options in London.

1. Sagar

Here quality dishes are offered at comparatively low-prices. Few of the popular dishes are South Indian dishes. So drop in here to taste the hot idlis dipped in soupy sambhar and the crisping mouth-watering dosas.

2. Duke of Wellington

This restaurant was short-listed for the ‘Best Gastropub’ category in the Time Out Eating & Drinking Awards for the year 2008. Here you can enjoy Longhorn beef served with duck fat-roasted carrots, potatoes, savoy cabbage, etc. Sticky toffee pudding, crumbles, and rice pudding are few of the popular desserts. The Sunday lunch is served between 12.30 pm and 4.30 pm.

Kastner & Ovens

Kastner & Ovens is a popular take-away restaurant that offers an option of one meat and one vegetarian choice for hot grub (pastas, casseroles, etc). Many people have made a lunch ritual at the Kastner & Ovens. The selection of fresh soups, casseroles, pies, and salads are quite popular. The staff is friendly, helpful, and gracious. The display of lip smacking cakes feature subtle lemon layer sponge, bramley apple pie, tarte au citron, giant white chocolate, treacle tart, and macadamia cookies.

3. Adam & Eve

Visit Adam & Eve restaurant when you are looking for some yummy Sunday lunch. The centrally located venue changes its menu quite frequently. Best Sunday lunch offers roasted chicken served with bread sauce and roasted rib of beef served with Yorkshire pudding; both came with roasted potatoes, honey-roasted carrots, cauliflower and braised cabbage. The Sunday lunch is served from noon until evening 5 pm. So take your Sunday off and take your dear ones to Adam & Eve to enjoy a lip-smacking lunch.

4. Dishoom

Dishoom is one of the best cheap eats in London. The restaurant is inspired by the ‘Irani cafés’ of Mumbai. It is an all-day diner boosting good-looking, inexpensive brisk service with excellent Indian food. At Dishoom, the biryanis are also served as individual portions. The popular Mumbai street foods such as the pau bhaji, and excellent desserts are served here. So no more missing India, while traveling abroad.

So get ready pack your bags and get going. Explore the night-life in London, London Shopping is some thing I am sure you should not miss and finally the mouth watering food that is served in every corner of the city.

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