21 "Farringdon" Restaurants in London.
Luca is one of those restaurants that just makes you feel good. The Italian food is some of the best in London, and it has a warm, upscale vibe.
Arguably London’s most influential restaurant, St John’s claim to fame has been getting people to embrace the idea of “nose to tail” dining
Quality Chip House is an excellent British restaurant in Clerkenwell that understands what makes a meal pleasurable.
Anglo does excellent fine dining at same price as a slightly extravagant midweek dinner.
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.
The Clerkenwell Kitchen is an unpretentious café in EC1, and a great place for an affordable and satisfying lunch away from the crowds.
J + A is an atmospheric courtyard cafe and all day restaurant down an alley off the Clerkenwell Road, serving hearty Irish food and baked things.
Tongue and Brisket on Leather Lane is a great spot to eat a proper sandwich. The salt beef on rye is good. The schnitzel is perhaps even better.
Quality Wines is a store, wine bar, and sandwich shop next door to Quality Chop House in Clerkenwell.
Leather Lane is a weekday street market between Farringdon and Holborn serving lunch to visitors and local office workers.
Whitecross Street Market runs between Old Street and the Barbican, and is one of London’s busiest street markets.
Hat & Tun is a historic pub in Farringdon serving some of the best pies in the area.
Chamisse is a Lebanese restaurant serving generous mezze on the Farringdon/Bloomsbury borders.
Smiths of Smithfield is big on meat, upstairs is corporate card territory, but the café downstairs serves reasonably priced sandwiches and burgers.