Lebanese dishes in a stylized Lebanese market … in South Ken convenient to the museums and the Tube
What’s for Lunch?
Our citywide guide exploring the best lunch options London has to offer
You can eat a lot of regrettable Caribbean food in this town before coming across an establishment worth chirping about. Peppers & Spice, fortunately, is just such a place.
Seoul Bakery’s cosy vibe, simple menu and tasty Korean dishes make this sweet little place is a bit of a one-off wonder.
Marylebone style meets Lake District comfort to showcase how delicate and intriguing British cuisine can be.
Arty Hackney Wick cafe with a fantastic view of the Olympic Stadium, great coffee and homey food.
Pieminister at Boxpark offers a contained, economic and satisfying lunch.
The Gilbert Scott’s Express Lunch Menu makes lunch at this stunning restaurant speedy and more affordable.
Offering one of the best lunches we’ve reviewed for some time, Pacific Social Club is sweet little place on a rough little road in Lower Clapton.
Simple, tasty and cheap bento boxes + up-and-coming Asian art at ICN Gallery
Freshly made falafel at a decent price and with a view of St Paul’s – protesters, City workers and tourists rejoice.
Mexican street food actually made on the street by actual Mexicans.