Coming from a very picker eater, here are my some restaurants in London that I had no complaints about. My first dinner in London was at Wahaca at South Bank. This Mexican restaurant has amazing pulled pork tacos and pretty much anything on its menu sounds delicious. I am very particular about Mexican food and I assure that Wahaca’s Mexican cuisine is very delicious. Not only was the food amazing, but also the view of the London Eye from the restaurant was also amazing. The price point for Wahaca is reasonable and it is a perfect place for a nice dinner on the weekends.
One of my other favorite restaurants in London is Burger and Lobster. This restaurant only has three items on its menu all costing the same, twenty pounds each. The options are: a burger, a whole lobster, or a lobster roll. My personal favorite is the whole lobster, however if you do not want to be messy than I suggest the lobster roll, which is just as delicious.
Moving on to fine dining, I strongly suggest Duck and Waffle at Heron Tower. This is officially my favorite restaurant in London. It is open twenty-four hours and seven days a week, but it is evident to make a reservation ahead of time. My reservation for Duck and Waffle was late at night and I enjoyed a beautiful night view of the city. I ordered the duck and waffle dish and it left me speechless. It was probably the best meal I have ever had along with a breathtaking view, it was the perfect meal.
As my London trip is coming to an end, yesterday my friends and I had dinner at the Oblix at the Shard. Like Duck and Waffle, the food is pricey since it is fine dinning, but it is worth the experience. My favorite dish from Oblix is the Smoked Salmon Flat Bread with Cream Cheese and Chives; for my main course I had the Grilled Dover Sole. Oblix is a very high-class restaurant and dinning there made me feel like I was a billionaire (but I also did spend a fortune on my meal). Nonetheless, the view and the experience were well worth it. I know for sure I am going to miss my favorite restaurants when I leave London.