Retro Food at London Restaurants
If you're keen to make your next gastronomic experience a nostalgic one, take a look at our guide to retro food at London restaurants. We've selected some fabulous establishments for those seeking a familiar menu in the city so before you venture out for the evening, consult our recommended list of retro food at London restaurants.
80-84 Leadenhall Street, London, EC3A 3DH
(020) 7621 0850
Patch East is a Shoreditch style cocktail bar, eatery and club located in the heart of the City, with a gateway to vibrant East London. Like its sister venue Patch St Pauls, Patch East boasts several unique areas, making it an ideal venue for group bookings.
With award-winning DJ's, a late license, happy-hour deals and monthly food and drink specials, Patch East is a venue to relax, unwind, drink, eat, dance and rock till the early hours all in one night and in one beautifully decadent space.
- The City’s favourite happy hour, 50% off from 4pm daily
- Perfect for group bookings & celebrations
- Uplifting DJ’s and great atmosphere
- Party packages available for all occasions
- Experienced and personal event management services
More Retro Food at London Restaurants
Bangers serve large portions of reliable British fare, the ultimate in retrospective food for the city worker.
Eldon House, 2-12 Wilson Street, Moorgate, London, EC2M 2TE
(020) 7377 6326
Battersea PIE Station offers a range of pies made with British free range meat and poultry, with fillings such as steak & Guinness, chicken & bacon and pheasant with smoky bacon & apple. There is also a range of traditional accompaniments including creamy mash and minted peas and unbaked pies are available to take home.
Lower Ground Floor, 28 The Market, Covent Garden, London, WC2E 8RA
(020) 7240 9566
Bob Bob Ricard (or BBR for short) encompasses all that is best about English eccentricity. They serve an all day menu in elegant surroundings, and with a late licence they can take you through from day to night in style. The menu features British comfort food and a selection of authentic Russian dishes including Siberian dumplings and Russian herring.
1 Upper James Street, Soho, London, W1F 9DF
(020) 3145 1000
This Royal Festival Hall branch is proving a huge hit on the South Bank with its range of classic fish and pie dishes.
Royal Festival Hall, Belvedere Road, South Bank, London, SE1 8XX
0845 686 1122
Classic American offerings for those looking to indulge in some sinful retro nosh in the West End.
Trocadero Centre, 19 Rupert Street, Soho, London, W1D 7PA
(020) 7287 1951
Challenge your sweet tooth to the decadent offerings at the Parlour Restaurant at Fortnum and Mason – an ice cream playground for kids and kids at heart.
Fortnum & Mason, 181 Piccadilly, London, W1J 9LE
(020) 7734 8040 ext. 2361