26 "Clerkenwell" Restaurants in London.
Tetsu is a tiny, intimate sushi counter in Clerkenwell serving the best sushi in town. Go for the omakase. It isn't cheap, but it's worth it.
Quality Chip House is an excellent British restaurant in Clerkenwell that understands what makes a meal pleasurable.
Breddos is a Clerkenwell restaurant that makes tacos with creative fillings that aren’t authentic, but are absolutely delicious.
Moro is a classic and classy restaurant in Exmouth Market, serving seasonal Spanish/Moroccan cuisine.
Morito is an energetic but corridor-like spot on Exmouth Market specialising in north African and Spanish inspired small plates.
The Eagle is a popular Clerkenwell gastropub with a famous steak sandwich, and generally excellent food across the board.
Palatino is a slick Italian restaurant in Clerkenwell with good pastas and sharing plates. Make sure you get the fried sage leaves.
Not to be confused with the original Berber & Q, this casual shawarma spot in Clerkenwell is a laid-back, solid bet for middle-eastern eats.
Granger and Co is a studiously inoffensive all-day Australian-style restaurant serving fresh tasting pizzettas, burgers, salads.
Fish Central is an old school fish restaurant in Clerkenwell serving an excellent three course set dinner for under £20.
The Coach is a beautifully renovated pub near Farringdon. It’s a great place for a drink, but the French bistro food is fairly average.
Fare Bar and Canteen at the Clerkenwell end of Old Street has an all-day cafe and bar serving pizzas upstairs, and stylish restaurant downstairs.
Coin Laundry on Exmouth Market serves decent British and European food in a laid-back, lazy Sunday-afternoon-down-the-pub-like environment.
La Petite Ferme is a French restaurant in Farringdon that’s both quite kitsch, and very lovely. It’s an excellent place to eat your weight in cheese.
The Clerkenwell Kitchen is an unpretentious café in EC1, and a great place for an affordable and satisfying lunch away from the crowds.