With so many restaurants in London focusing on the meals of the international cuisines, the people have almost forgotten for the traditional, English food. Well, until now – the eateries that have the British cuisine as their focus are making a comeback, and these places are getting crowded one again. Visiting some of these restaurants can’t really be a bad decision – they combine the best receipts and ingredients of the Island to create some stunning dishes, and all of this being served in the rooms that have that specific, British atmosphere to it. Our Top 10 English Restaurants In London list brings you the places that are, in our honest opinion, the best English eateries in the capital city of the United Kingdom. They can be found everywhere around the city, and it might be a problem to choose just one – and that is where we come in. The restaurants that we chose are clean, have a good selection of food and also a very food service, and all that is left for you is to prepare your stomach for some quality meals (and your wallet, of course!). The journey begins – these are the Top 10 English Restaurants In London:

#10 Golden Union Fish Bar

eng 10The first English restaurant on our list is the Golden Union, which can be found on the Poland Street, in the district of Soho. It is a traditional place with some retro decorations and serves some of the best fish & chips meals in the city – the fish is fresh, delivered daily, and the potatoes are A-grade, which means that the guests will certainly enjoy this combination of quality ingredients. The Golden Union also has a fine selection of some tasty beers.

Visit Address: Poland Street 38, W1F 7LY London

#9 Mac and Wild

eng 9Located on the Great Titchfield Street (in Fitzrovia), the Mac & Wild stands as one of the best British restaurants in the capital, serving the food that originates from the Scottish Highlands. The interior is pretty cozy – the restaurant features wooden tables, some exposed bricks on the walls and the mood lightning. Mac & Wild specializes in the deer (head of the deer is also the logo of the eatery), and we simply have to recommend you the amazing venison steak Frites.

Visit Address: Great Titchfield Street 65, W1W 7PS London

#8 Battersea Pie Station

eng 8The first thing you’ll notice when visiting the website of this Covent Garden restaurant is the “Best pie in London” quote. And we have to agree with this. The Battersea Pie Station is located at Market 28, where it serves terrific pies, and some other fine meals like the steak that comes with minced onion, or the chicken with the addition of mushrooms. The best thing about the Battersea Pie Station is that it has some pretty reasonable prices – it’s perfect for the bargain hunters.

Visit Address: The Market 28 (Covent Garden), WC2E 8RA London

#7 E Pellici

eng 7Even though it has an Italian name, this restaurant serves the English meals, along with some Italian classics. It is also pretty old – it was opened in 1900 (it is still run by the very same family that established it), hence the vintage decorations in the dining room that create the incredible atmosphere. The food is prepared by Mama Maria, who does this ever since 1961 and there is no chance for her to make a mistake. Be sure to try their fish & chips.

Visit Address: Bethnal Green Road 332, E2 0AG London

#6 Hereford Road

eng 6The name says it all – this British bistro is located on the Hereford Road, northwest of the Kensington Gardens. It is situated in a building that was a butcher’s shop in the Victorian times, which creates a pretty unique atmosphere. It is a pretty affordable choice when it comes to eating – the Hereford Road offers two courses for just £13. You just have to try the duck livers with some shallots, as well as the lamb rump that comes with broccoli.

Visit Address: Hereford Road 3, W2 4AB London

#5 Berners Tavern

eng 5This modern English restaurant is located on the Berners Street, in the district of Fitzrovia. The interior looks pretty cool, at least in our opinion – it features the ornate ceiling, low lighting, and a large lobby bar, while the whole dining room is of a pretty big size and looks very glamorous. The head chef, Phil Carmichael certainly knows what he’s doing – the meals are delicious. The best thing here is the pork belly, which comes with the apple coleslaw and golden raisins.

Visit Address: Berners Street 10, W1T 3LF London

#4 Social Eating House

eng 4One of the Top 10 London’s English Restaurants, the Social Eating House is a very cozy place, decorated with a mirrored ceiling and having some leather booths. The food is, as expected, great – the Social Eating House offers all sorts of English meals, like the egg & chips, smoked ham made of duck breast, mushrooms, and other great dishes. There are also some pretty good desserts – like the honey almond sponge. The visitors can also see the chef and his team on the work.

Visit Address: Poland Street 58, W1F 7NS London

#3 Hawksmoor – Spitalfields

eng 3This particular English restaurant is located on the Commercial Street, in Spitalfields (hence the name). It serves some fine British classics, like the steaks, pork ribs, the samphire salad, crab, lobsters and other dishes. The desserts are also pretty good – the guests have a chance to try the things like strawberry trifle or the chocolate fudge. The place was opened back in 2006 and it serves the meals in a low-ceiling dining room, with a pretty relaxing atmosphere – we liked it.

Visit Address: Commercial Street 157A, E1 6BJ London

#2 St John

Photography by Kang LThis English restaurant was opened back in 1994, at the place that was formerly a bacon smokehouse. Two decades later, this place is still as good as it ever was – it won numerous accolades and awards, like the Best overall London Restaurant in 2001. The cooking is magnificent – there is no chance for one to leave this place disappointed. St John’s also has a nice wine list, which just might be a little expensive, but there are also some beers at the bar.

Visit Address: St John Street 26, EC1M 4AY London

#1 Hawksmoor – Seven Dials

eng 1The winner of our list, the Hawksmoor Seven Dials, is located in Covent Garden, and it serves some great steaks and cocktails. The vast dining room and the bar have a Prohibition-ara atmosphere, which is pretty unique considering that many restaurants in London look more or less the same. The selection of food is very wide and all of the meals taste great – there are salads, pâtés, steaks (sometimes called the best in the city), puddings, and many other unforgettable dishes.

Visit Address: Langley Street 11, WC2H 9JG London