Having trouble with finding restaurants to dine at heading into summer? Looking for a new cuisine, in order to try something different? Or you just want to see what restaurants are out there that you may not have heard of and would like to experience? That’s good, as we have got you covered.
We have made a list of some restaurants that are definitely worth checking out and adding to your list of places to eat at.
Open from Monday to Friday for lunch only, Sweetings serves fried, grilled or poached fish of many kinds, along with a small selection of traditional starters and desserts. Its décor is one of the few surviving examples of a Victorian fish restaurant. The venue is full of character and charm and benefits from a central location at the ground floor of the Albert Buildings on Queen Victoria Street.
Ekte, meaning genuine or real in Norwegian, offers a varied Nordic menu with each dish taking inspiration from the Northern hemisphere. The menus change with the seasons; from authentic Danish smørrebrød starters and frikadeller meatballs with buttery mash to Swedish Kroppkakor stuffed dumplings – there is definitely a variety to choose from.
Mac & Wild are a small group of Scottish restaurants bringing the finest of Scottish produce, hospitality & Virtual Hunting to diners in the heart of London. Serving up Wild Venison, Beef Chateaubriand, Scottish seafood, Haggis Mac & Cheese, Shetland Mussels, whisky, gin, craft beers and more!
Situated on the 14th floor of 120 Fenchurch Street, 14 Hills is composed of a glamorous restaurant and lively late-night bar with unparalleled views of London. Including a botanical brunch 14 floors high with resident DJ playing house and funky beats every Saturday & Sunday to set the mood. Feast on dishes like Avocado Eggs Benedict, Steak & Eggs and Sweet French Toast for brunch or all-day A La Carte – there is something for everyone to enjoy.
Yauatcha presents authentic Cantonese dishes with a modern influence. Offering two locations in the city of London, this Cantonese restaurant includes a wide selection of dim sum and a list of over 24 types of tea. Dim sum such as Scallop shui mai, Prawn and beancurd cheung fun and Venison puffs, also including an assortment of duck, fish and noodle dishes. Also giving full view of the kitchens, allowing passers-by to witness the preparation of the expertly-made dishes.