For some people eating out is a once in a blue moon activity, for people working in London it’s a pleasure that is entertained at least once a week and restaurants in WC1 are a regular haunt for many.
It’s not always a lifestyle choice, just by the time most workers in the city get back to the sticks, it’s time for bed, so a lot go for drinks after work and the odd enticing meal and invite their better halves up to London and restaurants in WC1 for the event.
Popular Fine Restaurants In WC1
There are so many restaurants in London that you could pick a different one to eat at for two years running but at WC1.co.uk we’re only interested in restaurants in WC1 and close by.
There are several restaurants in WC1 ranging from Indian, Japanese, French and Italian. The Indian restaurants are Hason Raja, Southampton Row, Mango on High Holborn and Konaki on Coptic Street. Abeno is a Japanese restaurant on Museum Street with an alternative, Yo Sushi at the Brunswick Centre.
Other great restaurants in WC1 are The Garrick Wine Bar dishing out sublime French etiquette on Garrick Street and Villandry Kitchen serving more of France on High Holborn. The Italian Kitchen serves cockney food and pie and mash suppers, no really… they serve excellent Italian cuisine on New Oxford Street. Another Italian is the brand new Lingotto on Red Lion Street.
Public Houses And Eateries In WC1
If restaurants are a bit too fancy for your evening meal or late lunch then don’t be too sad at turning your nose up at the finest restaurants in WC1 and turning your back on the Spaghetti House, Waterfalls restaurants or the infamous Vine, a swift lager and a pub meal can often hit the spot.