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Lunch, dinner, snacks, wine, and coffee all over the city
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Eater’s recommended restaurants in London, from the most nourishing stews and curries to the smokiest, most succulent jerk this winter
Unadorned, roasted, or topped with bright, cunning condiments — here are the best bivalves in the city
Unofficial, highly opinionated information and what to eat and drink in the Big Smoke
Where to eat in the capital right now
Sichuan fried chicken sandwiches, a fully fledged taqueria, regional Palestinian cuisine, a Tamil Sri Lankan "diaspora dream," and more
Where can they, and their diners, find some joy in the next 12 months?
Outstanding pop-ups, a lack of chaotic evil eating in a food hall, and a hidden gem of a summer bar
The restaurants London lost, and why diners miss them
According to Eater London’s year-end committee
The restaurants that Eater London’s staff, contributors, and friends frequented over and over again.
The best places to eat on Christmas Day, after Christmas shopping, festive wines, coffee, mince pies, panettone, and more
Save on the washing up and maybe knock back some eggnog, too
The best restaurant, chef, and food found in an indefinable setting of the year
Let the signs of the Zodiac be the guide to dining out in London.
Whether buttery tahdig, toasty nurungji, or the nutty edges of paella, here’s where to find the city’s best versions of scorched rice
The best things between sliced bread
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