Bored of your standard 6 foot meatball Subway after a night out? Well fear not because London is full of late night eating options. Below we’ve picked out just a few of the best…
Yauatcha: If it’s some post-pub drinking dim sum you’re after then look no further than this Soho joint which stays open until a fairly respectable 11.45pm. It’s decked out a bit like a posh bar and has it’s fair share of celebrity names walking through the door most weekends.
Mr Kong: If it’s proper late night eating you’re after you’ll want to head to Mr Kong in Chinatown. Open until 2.45am Monday – Saturday it’s the idea late night eating option for those of you that want to sober up before the night bus home. Of course the restaurant serves up Chinese food and considering it’s been in business for 25 years Mr Kong and his staff are obviously doing something right.
The Troubadour: Found on Old Brompton Road in South London this cafe is open until midnight every day. On the menu is options such as pasta, salad, couscous and char grilled vegetables as well as other rather healthy food types that wont give you late night eating guilt the next day.
Duck & Waffle: This newly opened restaurant is open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week so is the perfect destination to stop off at no matter what hour of the day it is. Found in the Heron Tower the restaurant offers a European inspired menu as well as views of the whole of London.
Elysee: Open until midnight this Fitzrovia based London eatery serves up Greek food until the early hours. Having opened its doors 70 years ago the restaurant sits within a lively bar where you can continue drinking for as many hours as you please with late night music most days of the week.
The Brick Lane Beigel Bake: It’s an obvious shout but a good one none the less if food on the go is your type of thing. From salt beef to cream cheese & salmon there’s a beigel here for everyone and these guys don’t hold back. For around the £3 mark you can get a beigel stuffed full of delicious filling. It’s famous in the area for a reason.