#DCmoments London food guide
London’s flourishing food scene means delicious delights await on every corner. Explore them all here, from the latest street food to the famous spots for a quintessentially English afternoon tea.
Luca is an Italian restaurant from the owners of The Clove Club, and uses seasonal British produce in its dishes. As you walk in, you might recognise the bar from magazines and Instagram accounts, and it’s no surprise – the place is stunning. It’s an ideal hang-out for a long lunch with friends or date night.
Ideal for: Making an impression, lunch, dinner
Looking over Green Park from Piccadilly is HIDE, the three-level restaurant and bar that’s been a stand-out in Mayfair since opening. Stunning interiors include a swirling oak staircase connecting downstairs bar Hide Below, Hide Ground in the middle and Hide Above at the top. The perfect place for a special occasion.
Ideal for: Date, making an impression, special occasion
When it comes to BBQs and smoked meat, SMOKESTAK is one of the most celebrated restaurants in London. It features an industrial-like interior, open kitchen and a smoker and charcoal grill, which take centre stage serving a range of meat and seafood dishes, including their ever-popular brisket bun with pickled chillies.
Ideal for: Solo dining, lunch, dinner
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