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Best London Restaurants

Submitted by on August 1, 2012 – 3:23 pmNo Comment

According to Food & Wine magazine, this is the list of the best restaurants in London, England — just in time for Road Trips Foodies to sample from when they’re across the pond for the Olympic Games.

*Sketch: The Parlour, 9 Conduit Street (map): Try their Scoubidou — panna cotta with soy milk jelly, pistachio powder and a strawberry marshmallow.

*Dinner: 66 Knightsbridge (map): Specialties are quirky takes on historical British dishes.

*River Café, Thames Wharf, Rainville Road (map): Outdoor tables among quince, fruit and olive trees.

*Hélène Darroze at the Connaught Carlos Place, Mayfair (map): her menu combines influences and ingredients from her native Landes region of southwest France with flavors from Spain, Italy, Britain and Asia.

*Orrery, 55 Marylebone High Street (map): in a former stable with large arched windows.

*Bill’s Produce Store , St. Martin’s Courtyard off Long Acre (map): breakfast is undeniably the highlight, with British classics like Bubble and Squeak.

*Babbo, 39 Albemarle Street (map): earthy house-made pastas and Italian regional dishes.

*Quince at the May Fair, Stratton Street, Mayfair (map): inspired by the cuisine of the Ottoman Empire.

*Bombay Brasserie, Courtfield Road (map): the food incorporates South India’s many culinary influences.

*Da Polpo, 6 Maiden Lane, Covent Garden (map): the third branch of Russell Norman and Richard Beatty’s trattoria empire.

*Chin Chin Laboratorists, 49-50 Camden Lock Place (map): claims to be Europe’s first liquid nitrogen ice cream parlor.

*Pollen Street Social, 8/10 Pollen Street (map): try the plum soup with figs and honey-milk ice cream for dessert.

*Nopi, 21-22 Warwick Street (map): the £25 three-course pretheater menu is an excellent value.

*Viajante, Town Hall Hotel; Patriot Square (map): Chef Nuno Mendes likes to call his food “playful modernism”.

*St. John Hotel, 1 Leicester Street (map) : the menu includes plenty of offal.

*Ottolenghi, 287 Upper Street, Islington (map): predominantly vegetarian.

*Medlar, 438 Kings Road, Chelsea (map): Chef Joe Mercier Naine’s prix fixe meals (around $60 for three courses) center around reworked bistro dishes.

*Experimental Cocktail Club, 13A Gerrard Street (map): complex, inventive cocktails.

(Photo courtesy of DaPolpo)

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