BRI­TISH (TRA­DI­TIONAL)

Where London - - Dining -

Café in the Crypt

Un­der­neath this land­mark Pal­la­dian church, this vaulted café serves homely English dishes at rea­son­able prices. £. Mon-Sat B,L & D; Sun 11am-6pm. www.smitf.org. St Martin-in-the-Fields, cor­ner of Trafal­gar Square, WC2N 4JJ. T: 020-7766 1158. D7. Sta­tion: Char­ing Cross.

Mews of May­fair

Four-floored 18th-cen­tury mews house with a brasserie, lounge and cock­tail bar, plus a cob­bled court­yard and art gallery. £££. Daily L; Mon-Sat D. www.mew­sof­may­fair.com. 10 Lan­cashire Court, New Bond St, W1S 1EY. T: 020-7518 9388. E6. Sta­tion: Bond Street.

The Ritz Restau­rant

En­joy clas­sic Bri­tish dishes in one of Lon­don’s pret­ti­est din­ing rooms, with top-notch ser­vice. Men should wear a jacket and tie. ££££. Daily B,L & D. www.ther­it­zlon­don.com. The Ritz, 150 Pic­cadilly, W1J 9BR. T: 020-7300 2370. E6/7. Sta­tion: Green Park.

Rules

Long-es­tab­lished plush restau­rant where the likes of Charles Dick­ens ate, with hearty dishes such as rump steak and rib of beef. ££££. Daily L & D. www.rules.co.uk. 35 Maiden Lane, WC2E 7LB. T: 020-7836 5314. E8. Covent Gar­den.

Ser­pen­tine Bar & Kitchen

En­joy sea­sonal clas­sics such as fish and chips and wood-fired piz­zas on a re­lax­ing ter­race over­look­ing the Ser­pen­tine lake. £. Daily B & L. www.be­nugo.com/restau­rants/ser­pen­tine-bark­itchen. Ser­pen­tine Rd, Hyde Park, W2 2UH. T: 020-7706 8114. E5. Sta­tion: Hyde Park Cor­ner.

So­phie’s Steak­house & Bar

In this bar-restau­rant in Theatre­land, try the ex­cel­lent roast beef, steaks and ter­rine boards, plus pre- and post-theatre menus. ££. Daily L & D. www.so­phiessteak­house.co.uk. 29-31 Welling­ton St, WC2E 7DB (and Chelsea branch). T: 020-7836 8836. D8. Sta­tion: Covent Gar­den.

The Wolse­ley

The mag­nif­i­cent din­ing room sets the scene for this brasserie, which is pop­u­lar for its break­fast. £££. Daily B,L & D. www.the­wolse­ley.com. 160 Pic­cadilly, W1J 9EB. T: 020-7499 6996. E7. Sta­tion: Green Park.

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