Best Lunch in London

Some of the best lunches in London are usually missed because we’re in a rush to be somewhere and put up with the nearest meal deal. One thing that still stumps me is when someone asks where to go for lunch. My mind goes blank as I frantically try to think of something. So for all of you in the same boat I have put a list together for some great lunch time eats. No matter where you are in London be it North, South, East and West you’ll always be near some good food fast.

inSpiral| £

For all those green lovers looking for a great leafy lunch in London head to Camden for an alternative place to eat. With one of the best bean patties I’ve had north of the Thames, inSpiral really embraces the hip and urban vibe taking over Camden Town with a Turkish twist. Everything in inSpiral is veggie and has lots of gluten-free and vegan food to suit every lunchtime tum. If you decide to hang around North London, inSpiral Lounge has numerous photo exhibitions and dance nights to begin the evening. InSpiral Lounge is one of the best places in London for vegetarians on the go, or looking to put down the bags of retail therapy from the Stables Market.

250 Camden High St
London, NW1 8QS
http://www.inspiralled.net/

Tea Smith | ££

TeaSmith in East London’s Spitalfields market is one of the best places to go for a time treat after an afternoon of finding great vintage bargains. Brewed in the traditional Asian way, you’ll love being spoilt with lots of free refills and delicate aromas. Indulge in a chocolate brownie (or two) with your tea and if you really can’t decide, you can get a small selection of all their biscuits! Luckily lunch in London doesn’t have to stop when you leave. All TeaSmith’s teas are packaged and ready for you enjoy at home as a guilty pleasure and make fantastic gifts for friends and family.

6 Lamb St
London, E1 6EA
www.teasmith.co.uk/

Petit Café | £

If you’re looking for a great place to lunch in South London, look no further than Le Petit Café. Petit definitely describes this café in the middle of Croydon. Sandwiched between a pub and a supermarket, once you’re inside you’ll feel like you’ve stepped into Paris. A cross between a patisserie and bakery you will find scrumptious French cakes that are out of this world. If you’re feeling for something more substantial the delightful owner will put together a Panini to beat all Panini’s. Still not filled a lunchtime hole? Try their delicious jackets or pastas and top it off with some of the best freshly ground coffee for miles.

74A High Street, Croydon
Croydon, CR0 1NA
http://www.allinlondon.co.uk/directory/1150/55682.php

The Deptford Project | ££

Situated in the middle of Deptford High Street, the Deptford Project is the perfect place to lunch in London after a hard morning shopping the famous Deptford Market. From full lunches to afternoon tea, the Deptford project has some of the best lunch time bites. The Deptford Project started as a disused train carriage that was transformed into a fully functioning café and has become a great place for hipster chow. All food is locally sourced organic and is guaranteed to get your taste buds sizzling. If you’re ever making waves in South East London around lunch time make sure you head for the Deptford Project.

121-123 Deptford High St
London, SE8 4NS
http://www.thedeptfordproject.com/

Bush Hall Dining Rooms | £££

This little gem in West London was bought to my attention by a good friend. Bush Hall Dining Rooms (next to Bush Music Hall) is a great place for those looking to add a touch of class of their afternoon lunch in London. From afternoon teas and sandwiches to a good old steak and chips, Bush Hall Dining Room serves up some of the best nosh for not much dosh. Taking inspiration from their Edwardian next door neighbours, the Bush Hall Dining Room mixes traditional values and sitting round a table without the hush and awkward seating. Bush Hall Dining Rooms is the ideal place for relaxed yet refined lunch in London.

304 Uxbridge Road
London, W12 7LJ
http://www.bushhalldining.co.uk/

I love trying new eateries so comment below with your best places to have lunch in London and recommendations of any must try grub!

Over and Out!

Nathalie Lot

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