Ten Different Places To Eat Out In…London

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Discover new places to eat in London- www.foodies100.co.uk

Every month we ask one of our Foodies100 bloggers to share their favourite local eateries but this month we are sharing our favourite posts on where to eat in London…

Travels for Taste ate out at the Global Street Food Kitchen in East Hounslow.  With a carefully sourced and researched menu, the cuisines on offer include Oriental, Indian, Mexican, British, Italian and American, my mouth is watering at all the beautiful photos accompanying the post.

Going with an open mind I Will Be The Judge Of That dined at L’Autre Pied in Marylebone. The six course tasting menu was put through it’s paces with beautifully presented food and Alexandra gives it a score out of ten at the end so you’ll have to head over to read the post to see what she really thought.

I will be the Judge of thatPhoto Credit: I Will Be The Judge of That

A celebration was in order, so Connie Consumes visted Chez Bruce in Wandsworth which uses interesting ingredients and cooking techniques yet, ‘the dishes are far from being uptight or so small they disappear in a mouthful’. With hake sashimi, and Shetland salmon with smoked eels and potato bun just some of the delicious food on offer I can see why Connie likes eating here. Mmmm.

If you love afternoon tea but can’t eat gluten you may think afternoon teas are off the menu. However, the Gluten Free Blogger has been checking out the gluten free afternoon tea at The Kensington Hotel, London. Starting off with an appetiser, followed by sandwiches, desserts and the obligatory scone, jam and cream you won’t be feeling left out.

If you love meat, chops specifically, then read all about We Love Food It’s All We Eat’s visit to Blacklock in Soho. With a short menu, cheap cocktails and a drinks trolley I was sold let alone the chops and sides…check out the post, I am drooling!

If you fancy good food on a more relaxed basis, Fiona at London Unattached tried out Michelin Starred Social Eating House’s first floor cocktail bar The Blind Pig in Soho. But, this isn’t just any bar food (slap n pickle cocktail, duck confit, chorizo dog) and the upside is you can graze at your leisure, and pleasure, and it is more than appropriate to order chips in this setting.

Perhaps you’re more of a morning person and love getting up and out early…What 2? had breakfast at The Alice House in Queens Park. As well as traditional breakfast fare the restaurant also offers healthier options all in a calm atmosphere.

AnnieThing For Food went to Ma Petite Jamaica, a jerk pit and reggae bar in Camden. Think rum based cocktails, curries, jerk chicken, salt fish fritters…tempted yet? There is more to entice you in but you’ll have to read the post.

Bone Daddies Shackfuyu in Soho serves Yoshoku food- a Japanese take on Western food, and Panda Eats London was lucky enough to eat there last year. I’m especially intrigued by the kinako french toast and green tea soft serve ice cream. Yum!

For an all out themed dining experience, Kua Aina, as reviewed by Eat Cook Explore, is an American grill serving burgers and hot dogs and everything Hawaiian, including their Lava Grill burgers, Mahi Mahi fish fingers and tropical cocktails.

 Now to save the pennies to visit all these delicious places, which restaurants would you add? Do you have a particular favourite in London?

If you would like to write an eating out post on your local area, get in touch at foodies100@fleaenterprises.com

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Sally is the publisher of Foodies100, the UK's largest directory of brilliant UK food and drink blogs and bloggers. Every day of the week, we promote the UK's best and most exciting blogs about food and drink.

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