Sharing is caring
Food is all about sharing, and nowhere does it better than London. Be it dinner at an interactive theatre show, a split curry on Brick Lane, or an an intimate five-course taster menu by the Selby brothers at Michelin-starred Evelyn’s Table, the city’s culinary culture comes alive when it’s in good company. Just wander the walkways of Borough Market or the colourful Camden Lock and you’ll discover a world of shared food – and of shared experiences.
The finer things
With more than 60 Michelin stars orbiting its culinary scene, and big names like Gordon Ramsay and Alain Ducasse topping the bill, there’s no shortage of world-class restaurants to choose from in the capital, ranging from the best of British to French flair. There’s also no shortage of top-flight dining experiences on offer, like afternoon tea at The Langham or The Waldorf or a day spent at Harrods Food Halls. From sunrise to sunset, London is a guaranteed gourmet adventure.
Fresh and inspiring flavours
As a cutting-edge culinary destination, London has a long-established food heritage. But it’s always looking to the future. In recent years, the city’s pop-up scene has been attracting food lovers in their droves, as has its growing reputation for farm to table produce. Everything from fresh vegetables to seafood can be sourced morning to night at spots like The Sea The Sea and the New Covent Garden Market, inspiring chefs around the city every day.