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The Best Restaurants in Hampstead, London

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Calici, London



    29 Belsize Lane, NW3 5AS, London

    9.4 / 10
    15 reviews

    Average price £38

    Sirous Steak & Persian Cuisine Restaurant, London


      268 West End Lane, NW6 1LJ, London

      10.0 / 10
      3 reviews

      Average price £20

      The Old Bull and Bush, London


        Northend Way, NW3 7HE, London

        8.9 / 10
        20 reviews

        Average price £30

        3 Course Extra Special Festive Menu £51.95

        Gaucho - Hampstead, London


          64 Heath Street, NW3 6UG, London

          8.5 / 10
          32 reviews

          Average price £25

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          Stag City, London


            291 Finchley Road, NW3 6ND, London

            9.6 / 10
            8 reviews

            Average price £20

            Luna Gin Bar and Restaurant, London


              188 Broadhurst Gardens, NW6 3AY, London

              9.7 / 10
              5 reviews

              Average price £25

              The Freemasons Arms, London


                32 Downshire Hill, NW3 1NT, London

                8.4 / 10
                13 reviews

                Average price £30

                3 Course Extra Special Festive Menu £49.95

                The Rajdoot - Hampstead, London


                  104 Fleet Road, NW3 2QX, London

                  Average price £25

                  JRC Express O2 Centre, London


                    255 Finchley Road, NW3 6LU, London

                    Average price £30

                    Tania's of Hampstead, London

                      Middle Eastern

                      12 Heath Street, NW3 6TE, London

                      Average price £20

                      Don Ciccio Osteria & Pizzeria, London


                        1A Hampstead Lane, N6 4RS, London

                        9.3 / 10
                        9 reviews

                        Average price £38

                        The Wet Fish Cafe, London


                          242 West End Lane, NW6 1LG, London

                          Average price £25

                          saffron circle, London


                            London, NW3 5EP, London

                            9.4 / 10
                            13 reviews

                            Average price £20

                            Franco Manca - Belsize Park, London


                              216 Haverstock Hill, NW3 4RB, London

                              Average price £11

                              Brazil Grill, London


                                83A Haverstock Hill,, NW3 4RL, London

                                Average price £22

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                                The Best Restaurants in Hampstead, London

                                A favourite with celebs, Hampstead is a star in its own right with its countryside-esque heath; a 791-acre patchwork of meadows, woodland, and even a set of ponds for wild-swimming. Desired for its spa waters since the 18th century, Hampstead boasts an impressive array of historic buildings. This slice of countryside in the city is a favoured escape for frazzled city-dwellers, who also come for Hampstead’s upmarket yet relaxed restaurants and boutiques. It helps, too, that Hampstead is well-served by train and Tube stations. When it comes to eating out, restaurants in Hampstead present an appealing juxtaposition of world cuisine and traditional, cosy British pubs.

                                On the world cuisine side, one of the most exciting Hampstead restaurants is pan-Asian XO. We’re never quite sure whether you pronounce it “zo” or “x-o”, but we love the exotic selections of dim sum, sashimi, and seafood. XO is sleek and stylish, decked out in a black and lime-green combo.

                                Returning to the familiar, the The Wet Fish Café & Brasserie is done out in traditional London eating-house style, with original Art Deco wall tiles. Café-style by day and operating as a smarter brasserie by night, The Wet Fish does food that is seasonal, simple, and beautifully prepared.