In March of this year, Louis Armstrong International Airport added non-stop flights to London to its list of offerings. It was a huge deal. It was the first non-stop flight from New Orleans to Europe in over 30 years.
Now that non-stop flights are available to London (with expansions on the way), it’s time to plan where to eat. Here now is Eater’s guide to dining in London.
A GUIDE TO EATING IN LONDON
- First things first, here’s a nifty primer on all the classic British foods.
- Here are the 38 Essential London Restaurants, from high-end Indian cuisine to Sunday roast.
- Tea is a rite of passage in London. Here are the best places to take your afternoon tea.
- These are the 15 essential breakfast spots in London, everything from a “full English” to duck leg topped waffles.
- Here’s a guide to London’s top bakeries, whether you pop in for a bit of something sweet or just a spot of tea.
- Expanding on the recent barbecue craze in New Orleans, take a look at how this pork chop is changing British barbecue. Some say it is the best pork chop of all time.
- Is it worth getting a burger in London? The answer is: Probably, especially if the secret to its flavor is a dark sliver of blood sausage.