- THE SEASHELL
49-51 Lisson Grove
There are literally thousands of places to have fish and chips in London, but I consider this the best. Fresh fish daily, and a take-away that is unparalleled!
- KUNZAN TANDOOR
112 Lisson Grove
Telephone: 0171 724 1450
Every Brit has his or her favorite curry restaurant, but this is one of my faves. The usual fare, promptly prepared and excellent. Order a pint of Kingfisher, papadoms and lime pickle, and a good, spicy jalfrezi or vindaloo, and you have a good burn going! More Kingfisher, please!!
350 King's Road
This former garage is now a
gastro-complex consisting of a
restaurant, bar, cafè, fruit and veg stall,
food shop and cook shop. The buzzy
first-floor restaurant is a relaxing spot for
1 Upper James Street
Circus may be trendily clinical in design
but there's plenty of cockle-warming
combos on the reliable menu - lamb with
courgettes and tomatoes, and roast
squab with shallots and Alsace bacon, for
- STEPHEN BULL
5-7 Blandford Street
One of the first exponents of 'Modern
British' cooking, the self-taught Stephen
Bull opened this, his original restaurant, in
1989. The menu changes frequently, and
a decade or so on the cooking remains as
skilful, controlled and satisfying as ever.
21 Great Windmill Street
This long-established, cramped but
ever-popular Indonesian restaurant has a
large Dutch following, so expect authentic
cooking in big portions.