Best Lunch Restaurants in Nine Elms

We've collected top 10 mentioned lunch restaurants in Nine Elms from other articles such as London Revealed, Eater London, The Infatuation.

Best Lunch Restaurants in Nine Elms

The Wolseley
The Wolseley
4.5 (3910 ratings)
Media types descend here for Modern European food, afternoon tea and grand art deco glamour.
160 Piccadilly, St. James's, London, W1J 9EB, United Kingdom
European restaurantBreakfast restaurantBrunch restaurantLunch restaurantModern European restaurantRestaurantBrasserieTea house
Mentioned by Condé Nast Traveler
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"Set in a 1920s car showroom, this grand all-day brasserie exudes a heady glamor, with its gleaming marble floors, red-and-gold Japanese panels, and sleek leather banquettes. Londoners tend to come to take in breakfast and the paper, with a menu that runs from stacked pancakes to an impeccable omelet Arnold Bennett, layered with smoked haddock and creamy hollandaise. The stately surroundings that never feel too stiffly formal; drop by on a whim for just about anything you fancy."
Mentioned by Secret London
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"Don’t be put off by the celebrity clientele; you don’t have to be rolling in it to breakfast like a king at The Wolseley, The restaurant is famous for having the best Eggs Ben in London and, at £7.50 a plate, it’s hardly got a Mayfair price tag. If you do feel like splashing out, mind, there is a luxurious caviar omelette on the menu for £70. 📍 160 Piccadilly, W1J 9EB"
Mentioned by Country and Town House
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"You can’t help but feel that you’re a ‘someone’ from the moment you step inside. The menu is extensive and caters to all tastes; the devilled lambs kidneys, haggis and grilled kippers are big-hitters, but for those who aren’t big morning eaters there’s granola, fruit and bread to graze on. If AA Gill wrote a whole book about it, then it’s got to be good."
4.6 (661 ratings)
Coffee shop with high stools and copper-clad counter, for espressos, breakfasts and baked goods.
15 Eastcastle St, London, W1T 3AY, United Kingdom
Coffee shopAustralian restaurantBreakfast restaurantCafeEspresso barLunch restaurantSandwich shop
Mentioned by Eater London
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"This Fitzrovia cafe’s impact cannot be underestimated — even in the context of its second site on Eastcastle Street. Another Square Mile stalwart, the initially short-lived (but now happily revived) guest espresso program brought global roasters to the very centre of London, and in being weekends only to begin with, emphasised the rarity and uniqueness of the coffees served. Incredible consistency and a willingness to innovate: it is, refreshingly, as simple as that."
Mentioned by Big 7 Travel
The 7 Best Coffee Shops In London
"The founders set up Kaffeine after being inspired by the coffee culture in Australia and New Zealand. It’s an independently owned cafe and espresso bar with two locations just five-minutes walk from Oxford Circus or Tottenham Court Road. Their customers are all super advocates of the amazing brews they push across the counter on a daily basis."
Mentioned by Londonist
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"Another one that helped shape the London coffee scene, this Australian style coffee shop serves excellent speciality coffee. Food is seasonal, with a weekly changing menu. Kaffeine has two shops in Fitzrovia, one on Great Titchfield Street and one on Eastcastle Street."
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4.4 (1229 ratings)
Imaginative Antipodean dishes are served with serious coffee at this local chain restaurant.
30 Great Guildford St, London, SE1 0HS, United Kingdom
New Zealand restaurantBarBreakfast restaurantBrunch restaurantCafeCoffee shopLunch restaurantRestaurantSmall plates restaurant
4.6 (816 ratings)
This modern restaurant with gilded-mirrors serves classic Moroccan and Mediterranean cuisine.
69-70 Peascod St, Windsor, SL4 1DE, United Kingdom
Moroccan restaurantAfrican restaurantBarFamily restaurantLunch restaurantMediterranean restaurantNorth African restaurantRestaurant
Mentioned by BabyBreaks
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"This Moroccan restaurant serves meze style dishes bursting with flavour, in the heart of historic Windsor. Feast on zingy lemon houmous, fragrant tagines and char grilled king prawns. The kids menu features classic British dishes like sausage and chips, but the main menu’s ‘small plates’ section offers much more exciting dishes which are the perfect size for kids."
Mentioned by Funktion Events – Hen Party Ideas, Stag Do Ideas, Birthday & Team Building Ideas
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"For some classic Moroccan and Medit­er­ra­nean dishes head over to Meimo. Just a short distance away from the castle you will easily be able to walk to this venue. Known for being one of Windsor’s finest restaurants, you will be able to enjoy some delicious dishes and a friendly atmosphere throughout the whole of your time in the venue."
Mentioned by Culture Trip
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"Hugely popular with locals and serving slap-up tagines or platters full of spectacular yet subtle flavour, Meimo’s smart décor and lively atmosphere make this an optimum stop to refuel and revive on a cool Windsor evening."
Mildreds Soho
Mildreds Soho
4.5 (2797 ratings)
International-themed vegetarian restaurant which favours organic, seasonal produce and wine.
45 Lexington St, Carnaby, London, W1F 9AN, United Kingdom
Vegan restaurantLunch restaurantVegetarian restaurant
Mentioned by World of Lina
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"Mildreds is a bit of a classic, having served vegetarian meals in Soho since 1988. It now caters to vegans too, offering up flavors from Asia, South and Central America and the Middle East, alongside British classics and Mildreds’ famous burgers. I highly recommend the Sri Lankan sweet potato curry, and the shimeji mushroom gyoza dumplings are delicious, too."
Mentioned by Form
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"Best for: Classic and traditional veg-based fare since the 80’s. First opening in 1988, way before veganism was en vogue, the Soho branch of iconic Mildred’s restaurant fast became one of London’s most-loved veggie and vegan hotspots. They’ve had 32 years of perfecting the dishes on offer and you can tell."
Mentioned by Visit London
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"A post shared by Aly Winter (@alyxandramae) on May 8, 2018 at 10:30am PDT. Treat your taste buds to an inventive use of flavours at Mildreds. This Soho stalwart opened in 1988, and has since expanded to Camden, Dalston and King’s Cross."
Cafe Tamra
Cafe Tamra
4.4 (231 ratings)
Relaxed, family-owned cafe serving breakfast & lunch classics alongside coffee, ciders & wine.
63 Northcote Rd, London, SW11 1NP, United Kingdom
CafeBistroBreakfast restaurantBrunch restaurantCoffee storeDog cafeLunch restaurant
Mentioned by Suitcase Magazine
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"A brother-and-sister owned café in the heart of nappy valley, this place turns out a really solid all-day brunch menu. Those living in Clapham will have enjoyed the Mediterranean feel of the high street being pedestrianised last summer, which lives on a little in Café Tamra's street-side seating area. In addition to their usual menu, they're now serving toasties, sarnies and French toast with bananas and Canadian Maple Syrup."
Maison François
Maison François
4.8 (130 ratings)
34 Duke Street St James's, Greater, St. James's, London, SW1Y 6DF, United Kingdom
BrasserieBarBreakfast restaurantCocktail barLunch restaurantRestaurantWine barWine cellar
Mentioned by Hot Dinners
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"36 Duke Street, St James's, St. James's, London SW1Y 6DF Why should you care?. Taking the former address of Greens, Maison Francois is a brasserie and wine bar, featuring a finalist of Masterchef: The Professionals as chef. Expect Gallic/European cuisine and excellent terrines."
Mentioned by
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"This French brasserie from Francois O’Neill and MasterChef: The Professionals finalist Matthew Ryle is a purely joyous dining experience from start to finish. Don’t miss the decadent trolley of Parisian puddings which steals the show."
Craft Coffee House
Craft Coffee House
4.5 (150 ratings)
8 George V Place, Thames Street, Windsor SL4 1QP, United Kingdom
Coffee shopBreakfast restaurantBrunch restaurantCoffee roastersLunch restaurantSandwich shop
4.6 (145 ratings)
23 Walton St, London, SW3 2HX, United Kingdom
CafeBreakfast restaurantBrunch restaurantCoffee shopGluten-free restaurantLunch restaurantRestaurantVegan restaurantVegetarian cafe and deliVegetarian restaurant
4.4 (734 ratings)
Variety of fish 'n' chips and gourmet dipping sauces in a simple, hip space with communal tables.
63-65 Parkway, London, NW1 7PP, United Kingdom
Fish & chips restaurantAngler fish restaurantFish and chips takeawayFish and seafood restaurantLunch restaurantSeafood restaurant
Mentioned by The Week
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"Not everyone has an appetite for oysters and shellfish, sometimes all you fancy is a decent fish and chip supper. Hook in Camden has its favourites - famous tacos, nibbles and specials - but it’s the “new school” plates that will definitely fill a gap. There’s the Classic (fresh cod or haddock in panko breadcrumb with homemade seaweed salted chips and homemade tartar sauce on the side); the Cajun Fresh (cod/haddock in panko breadcrumbs and cajun spices with homemade seaweed salted chips and homemade cajun sauce on the side); or the Lemon & Basil (fresh cod/haddock in lemon and basil tempura with homemade seaweed salted chips and homemade garlic truffle sauce on the side)."
Mentioned by SquareMeal
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"What: Hook doesn’t put on any airs and graces, but instead offers up solid seafood cookery in tried and tested classics, with the odd contemporary twist. The go-to choice here is the classic fish and chips, which gave Hook its name, but we suggest giving the Cajun-style version a go; it comes battered in panko breadcrumbs and Cajun spices and is accompanied by seaweed-salted chips.Where: 65 Parkway Road, NW1 7PP"

Best Vegetarian Restaurants in Nine Elms

Chamberlain's Restaurant & Events
Chamberlain's Restaurant & Events
4.4 (119 ratings)
Four floors ranging from restaurant to basement bar, overlooking the 14th-century Leadenhall Market.
23-25 Leadenhall Market, London, EC3V 1LR, United Kingdom
Fish and seafood restaurantCatererCorporate entertainment serviceEvent venueFine dining restaurantGluten-free restaurantBrasserieSeafood restaurantVegan restaurantVegetarian restaurant
Mentioned by SquareMeal
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"What: There is something captivating about dining in a market, and Chamberlain’s position in the atmospheric labyrinth of Leadenhall is no different. The longstanding restaurant, which has been open since 1947, serves a menu of impeccable fish dishes, all of which come beautifully presented. Opt for classic combinations such as Orkney scallops with lardo or treat yourself to the most indulgent of dinners and order the turbot with truffle.Where: 23-25 Leadenhall Market, EC3V 1LR"
Mentioned by City Matters
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"Located right in Diagon Alley – better known to muggles as Leadenhall Market – is this behemoth of a restaurant. It spans three floors, has its very own outdoor terrace within the historic market, and boasts a total of four private dining rooms. Moreover, as it’s owned by the prestigious Billingsgate wholesaler Chamberlain & Thelwell, it has access to the very best seafood in town."
4.3 (569 ratings)
Stripped-back Pan-Asian street food cafe with exposed bricks, wooden boards, wines and artisan teas.
88 Leather Ln, London, EC1N 7TT, United Kingdom
Asian restaurantChinese restaurantSoutheast Asian restaurantThai restaurantVegan restaurantVegetarian restaurant
Mentioned by Eater London
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"Secluded in one of the labyrinthine side streets behind Goodge Street tube station, this chic, cosy vegetarian café has tempting displays of colourful salads, hot dishes, cakes and pastries by the entrance; and a miniscule seating area at the back. Originally set up by a father and son duo, the venue shut down for a few months last year, and has recently reopened with a new owner. It’s notable for currently being the only vegetarian venue in London to showcase cooking with broadly Ottolenghi-esque Middle Eastern influences."
Bubba Gump Shrimp Co
Bubba Gump Shrimp Co
4 (4033 ratings)
Family-friendly chain for seafood & American fare served in a fishing-boat-themed setting.
13 Coventry St, London, W1D 7AB, United Kingdom
Fish and seafood restaurantAmerican restaurantGluten-free restaurantHalal restaurantVegetarian restaurant
Mentioned by Visit London
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"Fans of the film Forrest Gump, starring Tom Hanks, will recognise the name as the shrimp company Forrest sets up with his friend Bubba in Alabama: Bubba Gump Shrimp Co. The restaurant sticks to the movie theme throughout with fun references and merchandise, and of course plenty of shrimp alongside other dishes from America’s Deep South such as jambalaya."
Mentioned by Visit London
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"Based on hit film Forrest Gump, this southern American eatery near Piccadilly Circus is themed on the movie's main characters and Alabama location. It’s all about the shrimp at Bubba Gump Shrimp Co., with lots of crustacean creations; but there’s plenty for all the family to enjoy, from grilled steaks and salads to jambalaya."

Best Rated Movie Theaters in Nine Elms

Orange Tree Theatre
Orange Tree Theatre
4.6 (212 ratings)5 (82 ratings)
Theatre space dedicated to producing new as well as rediscovered plays.
1 Clarence St, Richmond, TW9 2SA, United Kingdom
Theater companyConcerts & ShowsDrama theaterPerforming arts theaterTheaters
Mentioned by Be Richmond
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"Established in 1971 at the site of the eponymous legendary pub, the Orange Tree is known for discovering (and re-discovering) writers and promoting their work. Such artists include Martin Crimp, James Saunders, Vaclav Havel, Fay Weldon and Torben Betts. Voted London’s Most Welcoming Theatre in 2016."
The Old Operating Theatre Museum and Herb Garret
The Old Operating Theatre Museum and Herb Garret
4.6 (877 ratings)4.5 (668 ratings)
Apothecary displays share a church roof space with a partly restored former surgical theatre.
9a St Thomas St, London, SE1 9RY, United Kingdom
MuseumSights & LandmarksHistoric SitesHistory MuseumsTheatersSpecialty Museums
Mentioned by
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"From fully-qualified doctors to avid viewers of Holby City, this museum will remind you of how surgery used to be a whole lot more gruesome back in the day. Europe’s oldest surviving operating theatre is in Southwark, dating back more than 300 years. Nowadays you can tour the theatre, which has been kept exactly as it was when it was used during a time of no anaesthetic (ow), no antiseptic (ew) and certainly no antibiotics (crikey)."
Mentioned by London 6 days itinerary
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"Alternatives (or additional spots) in the area to the above attractions: Southwark Cathedral, Borough Market (one of London’s most famous food markets), The Old Operating Theatre Museum (fee*), The Monument (fee*), and The View from the Shard (fee*)."
Royal Opera House
Royal Opera House
4.8 (5799 ratings)4.5 (2690 ratings)
Performances by Royal Opera and Royal Ballet companies in stately Covent Garden theatre.
Bow St, Covent Garden, London, WC2E 9DD, United Kingdom
Opera houseConcerts & ShowsBalletsOperasTheaters
Mentioned by London 5 days itinerary
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"Originally home to one of London’s largest fruit and vegetable markets, Covent Garden now broadly refers to the West London district famous for its high-end shopping, theatres, entertainment complexes, and the Royal Opera House of London."

Best Arts and Culture Places in Nine Elms

NOW Gallery
NOW Gallery
4.3 (250 ratings)4.5 (9 ratings)
The Gateway Pavilions, Peninsula Square, London SE10 0SQ, United Kingdom
Art galleryShopping
Mentioned by Secret London
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"The grooviest gallery on the Greenwich Peninsula presents three solo shows each year. The glass facade frames this 7m high space, creating a window into an artistic world. A key feature of NOW’s artist interventions is their immersive nature, so expect some wild and wonderful exhibitions."
Whitechapel Gallery
Whitechapel Gallery
4.2 (1701 ratings)4 (223 ratings)
Extensive exhibition and creative space showcasing mould-breaking contemporary art with workshops.
77-82 Whitechapel High St, Shadwell, London, E1 7QX, United Kingdom
Art galleryShoppingArt Museums
Mentioned by
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"For many years the East End has been a hub for artists and Whitechapel Gallery has been there for over a hundred of them. Its focus, however, is largely on what’s happening now and next. Although it’s not averse to a 20th century artists’ retrospective, its links with London’s working artist community is strong and ongoing, so it’s a great place to find work by new artists on their way to becoming household names."
Mentioned by Boca do Lobo | Inspiration and Ideas
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"The Whitechapel Gallery is a touchstone for contemporary art internationally, plays a central role in London’s cultural landscape and is pivotal to the continued growth of the world’s most vibrant contemporary art quarter."
Bankside Gallery
Bankside Gallery
4.4 (165 ratings)4.5 (44 ratings)
Charity-based art showcase on the Thames Path selling watercolour paintings and print artworks.
48 Hopton St, London, SE1 9JH, United Kingdom
Art galleryMuseumsArts organizationBook storeArt Museums
Mentioned by Museum Hack
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"The Bankside Gallery in London was opened in 1980 by Her Majesty, the Queen. The public gallery, located near the Thames, houses the Royal Watercolour Society and Royal Society of Painter Printmakers. The gallery displays rotating exhibits focused on modern watercolours and prints."

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