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London is blessed with many fine restaurants, offering everything from luxurious meals at world re-known locations to traditional fish and chips for under a fiver- that's five pounds for non-Brits!

There are food styles and chefs from all corners of the globe. There are in fact over 6000 restaurants in London, catering for all tastes and budgets.

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Below is a comprehensive list of restaurants grouped into the 6 main neighbourhoods of London. To see a location map for each London neighbourhood click here: London Districts Map

South Kensington, Belgravia & Victoria Restaurants

One of London's prime residential districts, South Kensington offers a diverse range of eating opportunities.

Lined with beautiful Georgian and Victorian houses, Belgravia is home to some of the capital's more secretive patisseries and bakeries.

Victoria, at the heart of Royal London is well known for its privately run restaurants focusing on a variety of international cuisines.

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Mayfair & Westminster Restaurants

Located to the east of Hyde Park, Mayfair is considered one of the capital's most luxurious areas with some of the best established restaurants in London.

Within the heart of prestigious Royal London, Westminster is at the centre of London's famous historical sights and institutions and is home to many ancient pubs and taverns.

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West End Restaurants

The West End, London's notorious theatre district, is the most colourful neighbourhood of the capital packed with restaurants to suit all tastes and budgets.

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Notting Hill, Bayswater & Marylebone restaurants

Situated to the north and north-west of Hyde Park, Notting Hill and Bayswater are all a short stroll from a series of smaller, privately run restaurants and takeaways.

Marylebone, in the northern tip of central London is a popular spot for several Indian and asian cuisines.

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City of London Restaurants

The financial district of London, being at the centre of business life, has a great range of places to eat, offering everything from lunches on the go to world class restaurants capable of holding large corporate dining events.

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Southbank & Southwark Restaurants

Located on the southern banks of the River Thames, both the Southbank and Southwark contain a series of privately run restaurants, pubs and bars.

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