London Restaurants You Need to Try Before Graduating Part Two

Last week, I posted a list of 20 London restaurants you need to try before graduating, but one post is not enough to encompass the lively food scene here in Forest City.

So, I’m back this week by popular demand with 20 more London restaurants you need to try before graduating.

Here we go…

Prince Albert’s
A London favourite. Prince Al’s serves classic diner food at a reasonable price and it stays open until 3:00 a.m on Fridays and Saturdays, making for the perfect final stop to a Richmond Row stumble

Burger Burger
Another great post-bar spot located downtown on Richmond Row. The name says it all – they serve juicy burgers made to order and they even offer veggie burgers.

5 patty burger. Source: Burge Burger Facebook

McCabe’s is more than Wine Wednesday. Grab a group of friends and share some of their apps, while watching a game.

Raja Fine Indian Cuisine
Authentic Indian food that won’t break the bank.

Take your tastebuds on a trip. Tamarine serves delicious Southern Vietnamese and Thai dishes.

Tamarine also serves great cocktails. Source: Savannah Hamelin

Winner – Best Thai Restaurant in the LFP’s Best of London 2018 edition.

From sushi to ramen, Sakata’s got you covered.

Sushi to go from Sakata. Source: Savannah Hamelin

Under the Volcano
Winner – Best Mexican Restaurant in the LFP’s Best of London 2018 edition.

Los Comales Latin Food
Authentic Latin food with the best tacos al pastor in London.

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Tacos al pastor from Los Comales at Sunfest. Source: Savannah Hamelin

The Bag Lady
A cute, vintage-inspired brunch spot.

The Church Key
An upscale take on pub food with a warm and intimate atmosphere.

Hunter & Co
Suited for more adventurous palates. Hunter & Co serves up unique dishes, such as roast bone marrow and pig ear poutine.

Che Restobar
Modern Latin American cuisine with exciting cocktail and dinner menus. They even serve flights of tequila, if you’re up for the challenge.

Italian restaurant with a focus on serving local and sustainable food.

La Casa
Another mouth-watering Italian restaurant, offering an updated twist on traditional family recipes.

London Wine Bar
A European inspired wine bar, serving more than just vino. They offer light dishes, like tapas and charcuterie boards to compliment their extensive wine list.

Fellini Koolini’s
An Italian and Mediterranean restaurant catered toward those who share a particular affinity for carbs.

Spageddy Eddy’s
Huge portions at low prices.

Covent Garden Market
Not a restaurant itself, but the market has 50 merchants and 18 restaurants to suit all your cravings.

Forrat’s Chocolate Lounge
A new addition to London. Forrat’s is the perfect date spot, offering chocolate fondue and other indulgent desserts.


Did you see some of your favourites on the list? Any I missed? Let me know!

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