Hidden Gems In London

London has finally caught up with the rest of the world when it comes to food obsessions, with a variety of amazing places to dine at that have just recently opened. However, in all the chaos, there are many restaurants which have been overlooked unfairly. When it comes to culinary justice, here is a list of those lesser-known hidden gems whose fame and reputations deserve more attention.


Top 7 Hidden Gems In London


Le Mercury

140 Upper St, London N1 1QY, 020 7354 4088

le mercury fancy restaurant islington

Le Mercury may be a restaurant that you have passed by many times. You have really been missing out with their super-simple pricing system, which may have you wondering whether you are still in London. Starters cost around £4.45, with mains around £9.95 and delectable puddings at just £3.94. Here you will get crazy-fast service, lots of candles and a simple process to reserve a table.


House Of Wolf

181 Upper St, London N1 1RQ, 020 7288 1470

The main reason that this well-known spot is frequently underrated has to do with reviewers that underestimate or are unable to grasp what this restaurant is attempting to achieve. It has to do with a lot more than just the meal. Its more about a Blumenthal-esque journey into experiencing food. This establishment offers hidden bar-rooms, out of this world cocktails, a rotating roster that is constant of the chef residencies, burlesque acts, and their dedication involved in constantly pushing the boundaries of the culinary-envelope.


Café Chula

75-89 Camden Lock Pl, Camden Town, London NW1 8AF, 020 7284 1890

cafe chula inside picture

Café Chula which is hidden away by Camden Locke, is really about giving guests their very all. The people that run this small spot have quickly discovered what is really important. This includes outstanding cocktails with the majority of the booze that has been made with home-made, loved and infused ingredients and superior tacos.



339 Harrow Rd, London W9 3RB, 020 7266 2012

mosob restaurant outside london

This family owned restaurant has its roots in African Culture with an Ethiopian influence. But you may be surprised by some of their desserts such as Tartufo Classico and Tiramisu Glace. Italy ruled this region for a while and left some of their very best recipes and dishes behind. The size of the portions will offer you with a way to experience this delicious food again the next day with generous leftovers.


Scooter Caffè

132 Lower Marsh, Lambeth, London SE1 7AE, 020 7620 1421

scooter caffe london

Strong drinks, strong coffee and a friendly resident cat is what you can enjoy at this establishment. Behind their bright red shop-front you will find a cosy space of mismatched tables to waste away a morning or afternoon. They offer free Wi-Fi, movie nights, and even the opportunity to bring along your own meal at lunchtime provided you clean up when you are done.


Bar Story

213 Blenheim Grove, London SE15 4QL, 020 7635 6643

outside bar story

Bonus points for those who have found this hidden gem. Hidden under the railway-arches at the Peckham Rye station, known as a cocktail dive which has just about everything covered along with a really exciting happy hour. Here you can enjoy great quality BBQ, burgers and pizzas along with an extensive cocktail list which will leave you wondering how they can offer all these things from such a small bar with a welcoming fire-pit in the outside space. With an artsy-following, this is the destination that you want to go on a long Summer night, but still works well as a hideaway from the grey and glorious weather of the Winter months.


Zetter Townhouse Bar

49-50 St John’s Square, Clerkenwell, London EC1V 4JJ, 020 7324 4444

the zetter townhouse

This may already be a popular spot, but not many patrons are aware that this is a cocktail bar which has a top London chef by the name of Bruno Loubet who oversees the food. You can choose to cross the street where you may have to wait at least a week to reserve a table or you could enjoy a brunch, lunch or even dinner form this popular establishment, with one of the popular Tony C’s cocktails.

Remember if you don’t fancy going out to one of these 7 hidden gems around London then you can choose to stay in and cook up something nice with your newly designed kitchen from us at Kitchens London

By | 2018-06-12T16:54:52+00:00 June 12th, 2018|london|