London is a city I always love coming back to. No matter what season, I simply adore hopping on a plane and spending a few days in one of my favourite cities. Coming to London always feels like coming home. For today’s post, I have decided to spill the beans and share my London address book with you. Here you’ll find some restaurants, cafés and places I always make sure to visit when I’m there.
Where to eat out in London
Probably one of the first restaurants in London I have ever visited but it’s become a staple of mine ever since. The great thing about Jamie’s Italian is that despite its amazing location I always somehow manage to get a table when I go there. The food is incredible – Italian, duh – and the staff so lovely.
Jamie’s Italian, 17 – 19 Denman Street, Piccadilly, London W1D 7HW | VISIT WEBSITE
When it comes to coffee and cake, Grind at Covent Garden is a great place to stop by. They make an insanely good salted caramel brownie and offer a really reasonably prices cappuccino in a super cosy and chilled atmosphere. Also, their brunch is absolutely delicious!
Covent Garden Grind, 42 Maiden Lane, London WC2E 7LJ | VISIT WEBSITE
Exmouth Coffee Company
We discovered this wonderful cosy little coffee while walking home from Brick Lane Market and immediately had to pop in to find out what they have to offer. Once we peeked inside, we knew we had to stay. They have the most incredible coffee (which is roasted on-site) and homemade bites. From what I’ve heard the Pastei de Nata should be incredible!
Exmouth Coffee Company, 83 Whitechapel High Street, London E1 7QX | VISIT WEBSITE
We discovered Redemption during my last stay because we desperately needed a break while strolling through seven dials and saw the sparkly sign from the outside. Once inside we knew we’d landed a jackpot. They serve vegan, healthy dishes, delicious coffee and an incredible sweet potato that you all simply have to try. It can be crowded but is so worth the wait!
Redemption Seven Dials, 2 Neal’s Yard / 15 Shorts Gardens, London WC2H 9AT | VISIT WEBSITE
With several restaurants spread evenly through the entire city Wagamama is something that can always be counted on. I love me my Asian food and sometimes I just don’t want to try out something new and wait in line for an hour but rather grab something trustworthy and quick. That’s when I go to Wagamama and order a Ramen. So good!
Another very trustworthy pick is Zizzis. Just like Wagamama they are a chain spread throughout London and offer amazing Italian dishes. From delicious pasta to dreamy pizza – you name it, they have it. They even cater calorie-friendly pizzas if that is something you are into. I personally don’t care as long as it tastes good but you never know ;)
Other places to try:
- Fabrique Bakery
- Cereal Killer Café
- By Chloé UK
- Friends of Ours
- The Breakfast Club
- Dominique Ansel Bakery
- The Good Life Eatery