3 Restaurants You Wouldn’t Expect to Find in London
January 13, 2012
Think London is not a good place for eating out? Forget about fishÂ & chips and discover the new English cuisine. iwannagothere.com features 3 restaurants you wouldnâ€™t believe are in London.
St. John Restaurant
This restaurant may well be in Barcelona or New York. When you are inside, youÂ could not guess which city in the world you are, even if you are in a traditionalÂ Georgian building in the 60′s.
They take the English tradition of cooking the whole hog, and when we sayÂ everything, we mean EVERYTHING, not wasting anything, try beef heartsÂ or beef tongue, all cooked as authentic delicatessen (which is what theyÂ actually are).
They change the menu daily and itâ€™s posted on its website for your viewingÂ before you go.
Only 5 minutes from Harrod’s in the grand hotel The Berkeley is thisÂ French restaurant where you would feel as one of the English high society.
Relaxed atmosphere, excellent service, interesting people and the best of all : it hasÂ a daily lunch menu for just 18 pounds.
Near Silicon Roundabout (the London Silicon Valley), beside the Thames, inÂ the second floor of the Design Museum with one of the best views of the city,Â What else could you want?
Sit back and enjoy, windows from floor to ceiling offer a panoramic view of LondonÂ from Canary Wharf, east through Tower Bridge and the city to the west, the foodÂ could be not worth it, but it is not.
The chef Jeremy Lee is responsible for the last 16 years for the menu and letter ofÂ Wines. The food will get you to stop looking out the window.
Do you know any unusual restaurants in London? Let us know about them…