A brief guide to eating in London

I am off to London this weekend to celebrate New Years with friends.

London is one of my favourite cities in the world for its diverse and tasty food scene.  When I was still living in Prague, I compiled a sizable list of restaurants in London to pack into my trip.   My goal was to “catch up” on some of the flavours and cuisines I was missing.  There is nothing more satisfying than taking a big bite of something you have not eaten in a really long time!

My London Map:


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However, now that I am living in Copenhagen, where the food is fresh, organic, and incredibly high quality, my big tour of food is unnecessary and as a result, has been cut down to a handful of spots.

Nonetheless, I still wanted to share my original list with you in case you might find yourself travelling to London sometime soon and might enjoy a handy-dandy resource.

For my upcoming trip, my plan is to dine at:

01 The Crooked Well- British food made from locally sourced, seasonal ingredients.

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02: Tayyabs- Spices infuse the air of this Pakistani restaurant in Whitechapel. All you have to do is walk in and inhale and you start to cough.  They serve some of the tastiest and spiciest lamb served on an iron plate, that I have ever had.  My London friends are in for a treat!

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03: Comptoir Libanais – Great Lebanese food and you can also pick up Middle Eastern provisions for cooking + gifts.

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