A Foodie’s Guide to London

Last week, I was in London for a little bit of business (namely, the oh-so-arduous task of research for a new Eating London Food Tour, launching this spring) and a little bit of pleasure (I’m from the UK, so every visit is a marathon in eating, drinking and catching up with friends and family). Hence, no Amsterdam restaurant reviews this week… Instead, a few foodie highlights from my trip. A photographic guide to London food perhaps, limited though it inevitably is (did you know there are around five-and-a-half thousand restaurants in London?) but delicious as it definitely was. Enjoy the food porn!

Bread Street Kitchen London
Modern European cooking by Gordon Ramsay at Bread Street Kitchen, The City

Hummus Bros London
Hummus every which way from the Levantine kitchen of Hummus Bros, Soho
Cassoulet Galvin Bistro de Luxe
Traditional French fare at Galvin Bistro de Luxe, Baker Street
Tapas Copita Soho
Dozens of tapas (and a lot of red wine!) at Copita, Soho
Hope and Anchor Waterloo
Pub grub at the Anchor and Hope, Waterloo
Jamon Enrique Tomas Soho
A pork lover’s feast of Jamón Ibérico at Enrique Tomás, Soho

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