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Eating in London

In London, the whole world is available on a plate. Fine-dining institutions thrive but the city is also having a renaissance in British cuisine and unique market food.
A cheese stall at Borough Market in East London




A stalwart of the South Bank food scene, The Anchor & Hope is a quintessential gastropub: elegant but not formal, and delicious. The menu is European food with a British twist, such as rabbit with anchovies, almonds and rocket, and panna cotta with rhubarb compote (anchorandhopepub.; 36 The Cut; 5pm–11pm Mon, 11am–11pm Tue–Sat, 12pm– 3.15pm Sun; mains from £16).

The Empress serves its fish and chips on yesterday’s news
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