Oliver FeldmanLondon Senior Editor
Oliver lived in Paris for over a decade but started missing the dynamic spirit of his hometown and moved back to London three years ago. He’s a professional editor of words, an aspiring outdoorsman, and a part-time student of psychotherapy. He also makes his own ringtones, and rides a motorcycle, though not usually at the same time.
Negril serves Caribbean comfort food up on Brixton Hill. It’s far enough away from the main drag to feel calm, and has one of the best patios in SW2.
Eat of Eden is a vegan spot at Brixton Village with a large patio area and even bigger combo platters.
The Guinea Grill is a tiny pub in Mayfair with an old school restaurant specialising in excellent steaks.
Where To Have An Affordable Sit-Down Lunch In Farringdon
Where To Have An Affordable Sit-Down Lu...
Home to some of the city’s best restaurants, the streets around Farringdon are also home to a clutch of affordable spots for a sit-down lunch.
Six Portland Road is a low-key neighbourhood spot serving elegant, unfussy food to lucky locals in a well-to-do corner of Notting Hill.
Emilia’s Crafted Pasta at St. Katherine Docks is a good back-pocket spot for one of those rare sunny days when you want to eat by the water.
Ordering the steak and chips with chimichurri sauce from The Beefsteaks is one of the best decisions you can make at Borough Market.
Soutine on St. John’s Wood High Street serves French-ish classics in an environment that could feel like a theme restaurant but is kind of nice.
All the restaurants, bars, and coffee shops you should know about in Islington.
Bun House in Chinatown serves tasty steamed buns and a small selection of sides to takeaway or eat in.
Cpress is a decent coffee shop in Chelsea that stays open light, and also does a good line in juices.