My 10 favorite Restaurants & Cafes in London

Having worked with deliveroo in London, I discovered the healthiest, cheapest and most delicious restaurants in the so called pricey Capital.

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Grab a bite in french means Pret A Manger pronounced (Pret Au Mon Jeau); try the egg & watercress sandwich with fresh orange juice and end your sweet tooth cravings with a Berry Granola Yogurt all for less than a fiver.


Hungry but worried about the love handles? Head to Leon Restaurants for some serious Healthy Fast Food.

Try the Moroccan Meatballs Hot Box with fresh mint for a real mouth watering experience.


Wanna bring the cave man or woman inside of you to the 21st century? Eat at Rawligion that serve paleo friendly and plant based vegan food.

Try The Raw Korean Veg Bawl.


Feeling beautiful? Have Sushi at Itsu. Their slogan is powerful enough to draw you in ‘Eat Beautiful’


If you’re not a Tea drinker in Britain, you will get frowned at.

Enter the world of teas and grab a taste at the Heaven of all Teas T2tea

American Candy

Missing The United States? American Candy London will give you a taste of home.

Comptoir Libanais

Comptoir Libanais is one of my favorite London restaurants of all times.

It is well known that Lebanese people are not only extremely generous with the food portions but also with their warm and welcoming hospitality.

Try the Mezze Platter at only £9.

Bar Italia

One of the best places to head out at in the city is Soho; make sure to stop by Bar Italia opposite the famous Ronnie Scott Jazz club and get a taste of an authentic freshly Italian made Trimasu.

Aux Merveilleux de Fred

An Americano and Le Cramique Brioch (chocolate, raisin or plane) are a must first thing in the morning from Aux Merveilleux de Fred

Le Pain Quotidien

The Freshest croissants in the whole wide world can be serenely enjoyed at Le Pain Quotidien.

Ronnie Scott Jazz Club

If you want to carve a memory in your heart and mind of your time in London, you have to pay a visit to London’s, if not Europe’s, most famous and oldest jazz clubs.

Ronnie Scott is in Soho and make sure you book in advance, tickets sell faster than hot cakes.

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