International Restaurants in London
International restaurant in Crystal Palace
56 Westow Hill - SE19
“A great local”, this American-inspired venue in Crystal Palace has been run by two generations of the Ellner family and “celebrated its 40th anniversary this year with an excellent retro menu”. “Really reliable for every occasion”, from breakfast through to “taking the in-laws out for dinner”.
. Evelyn’s Table at The Blue Posts
International restaurant in Chinatown
28 Rupert Street - W1D
“The guys behind The Palomar and The Barbary nailed it again”, according to fans of this vibey, clandestine cellar below the characterful (Grade II listed, 275-year-old) Blue Posts pub in Chinatown, whose ground floor is now The Mulwray cocktail bar, and where here, down below, they serve funky, small plates (of Italian inspiration, with an emphasis on Cornish-sourced fish). It’s even more cramped than its siblings though, with an 11-seat counter and a couple of tiny tables.
International restaurant in Fizrovia
23 Foley Street - W1
“Different flavours” from an “original” menu of eclectic inspiration win enthusiastic (if slightly limited) feedback for ex-Palomar chef Mitz Vora’s “warm and friendly” Fitzrovia two-year-old (which avoided a repeat of last year’s uneven feedback in the current survey).
International restaurant in Mayfair
26 Albemarle Street - W1S
Juan Santa Cruz’s gorgeous, gold-and-ebony Mayfair yearling (on the former site of Sumosan, RIP) draws a smart, Eurotrashy crowd and is undoubtedly “beautiful, and great for people watching”. “You don’t mind a high-end price tag, if the food measures up” too, but whereas some fans describe “such amazing and different flavours from the tapas-style menu” there is a high proportion for whom results are “just uneventful and unexciting”.
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