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The 50 best restaurants in London

Eat yourself happy at the city's greatest restaurants, as chosen by Time Out's anonymous critics.
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Berners Tavern

From opulent chandeliers to floor-to-ceiling framed art, enjoy Jason Atherton’s signature Modern European dishes in the grandest of settings... even if it doesn't come cheap. Full details: http://www.timeout.com/london/restaurants/berners-tavern

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Grain Store

Housed in a cavernous Victorian warehouse in King’s Cross brimming with hip factor, the menu is a pick ’n’ mix of ingredients and cuisines all perfectly prepared. (The veggie-friendly options put many dedicated vegetarian restaurants to shame.) Full review: http://www.timeout.com/london/restaurants/grain-store

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Roka

Robata-grilled goodies are publically prepared on a huge central grill - top marks for glitz and glamour. Our review is here: http://www.timeout.com/london/restaurants/roka

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Bistro Union

This self-styled ‘quintessentially British bistro’ succeeds on so many levels. The staff are chummy and welcoming, the room looks rustic and quirky, and the menu is full of Anglo/American/French comfort food. Find out more: http://www.timeout.com/london/restaurants/bistro-union

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Ceviche

Showcasing the eponymous dish of citrus-cured fish spiked with chilli, there are half a dozen versions of ceviche on offer, There are also excellent chargrilled meat and fish skewers (anticuchos), crumbly corn cakes and other nibbles to enjoy. Full details: http://www.timeout.com/london/restaurants/ceviche

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Hutong

Halfway up The Shard, this glitzy Hong Kong import offers high-end Chinese food with some of the best views in London. Our full review: http://www.timeout.com/london/restaurants/hutong

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10 Greek Street

A small, unshowy restaurant that’s made a name for itself with a short but perfectly formed menu and an easy-going conviviality: http://www.timeout.com/london/restaurants/10-greek-street

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Zucca

Clean, simple modern Italian food at bargain prices. Zucca's food is refreshingly simple yet achingly good, the prices decent, and the design neat and unfussy. Great for date night: http://www.timeout.com/london/restaurants/zucca

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Yalla Yalla

This likeable Lebanese café serves up hearty mains balanced out by fresh little mezze dishes - and you can eat very well indeed for under £20. Read our full review: http://www.timeout.com/london/restaurants/yalla-yalla-2

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Salt Yard

It's a winning formula: Spanish and Italian modern ‘tapas’, plus good wines by the glass. Well-sourced charcuterie, Spanish and Italian cheeses and elegant dishes are the main draw. Read our full review here: http://www.timeout.com/london/restaurants/salt-yard

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