The top fusion restaurants of London blend a variety of cultural delights to create tasty, unique dishes. Multiple venues cater to a wide range of dining budgets. The following locales are highly recommended by critics and customers alike. Average entree prices determine restaurant categories.
Situated in the Soho section of London, Mooli’s specializes in Indian fusion cuisine. The vegan-friendly establishment is open seven days a week for breakfast, lunch, dinner and late night snacking. Highly portable offerings include savory beef chunks or shredded pork wrapped in burrito shells. Mooli’s features delicious, budget-conscious lunches that cost 5 pounds. The restaurant website features an online order form for pickup and delivery services.
Greedy Cow Restaurant
Families love the Greedy Cow restaurant in Poplar. Entrees include kangaroo steak and crocodile fillet. The restaurant began to offer traditional English breakfast cuisine in the summer of 2012. Salads, oysters and extensive liquor selections enhance the dining experience. Greedy Cow’s website provides monthly discounts and lunchtime specials. A few menu options are pricey, but many delicious selections cost less than 10 pounds.
Workshop Coffee Co.
Dishes at the Workshop Coffee Co. in Clerkenwell include lamb meatballs with parmesan cheese and hamburgers fitted with a chipotle mustard sauce. Gluten-free and vegan options are also available. Open from breakfast until dinner, the establishment received accolades for their vegetarian breakfast fare and European-style cafe. Regulars describe the restaurant as “everything food and coffee should be.”
Kopapa experiments with textures and flavors to produce some of the most talked-about fusion dishes in London. Dishes at the Covent Garden establishment include pomegranate glazed lamb breast with Turkish yogurt and deep-fried squid with a mayonnaise dressing. Diners enjoy breakfast, lunch and dinner seven days a week. A full bar, various coffees and juices provide the perfect accompaniment to eclectic Kopapa offerings.
In Notting Hill, diners come to La Sophia Restaurant for orange blossom creme brulee and goat cheese salad with beetroots in a chocolate balsamic reduction. The restaurant is popular for private parties and holiday dinners. La Sophia offers Prix Fixe, Set and Chef’s Special Menu options for a truly versatile dining experience.
Roz ana offers gluten-free cuisine in a child-friendly environment. The Kingston upon Thames establishment features fillet steak and lobster alongside traditional Indian dishes including chicken malai tikka. Open during lunch and dinner hours, a special children’s menu appeases fussy appetites and a fully stocked bar provides cocktail favorites.
Oxo Tower Restaurant
Oxo Tower restaurant is located within the posh Harvey Nichols shopping complex. Sample offerings include beef fillet with Scottish girolles and duck liver with lavender honey figs. Vegetarian and vegan options are available with extensive wine selections. Diners enjoy breathtaking views of the London skyline and live music performances. The restaurant is open for lunch and dinner.
Asia de Cuba
Located in St. Martin’s Lane hotel, Asia de Cuba offers Scottish salon ceviche and Mexican doughnuts filled with butterscotch. The restaurant is open for breakfast, lunch and dinner. Bar, tasting and group menus are available to restaurant patrons.
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