London Olympics: Where to Eat and Drink
Gordon's Wine Bar is one of London Olympics: Where to Eat and Drink.

1. Gordon's Wine Bar

9.4
47 Villiers St (Watergate Walk), London, Greater London
Wine Bar · Charing Cross · 231 tips and reviews

The Wall Street JournalThe Wall Street Journal: Head down the stairs, take a seat and lose track of time in the dark candle lit cellar. If cheese and wine is your thing then you’ll love Gordon’s. Read more.

The Red Lion is one of London Olympics: Where to Eat and Drink.

2. The Red Lion

7.4
2 Duke of York St (at Jermyn St), Mayfair, Greater London
Pub · Piccadilly · 19 tips and reviews

The Wall Street JournalThe Wall Street Journal: This pub is a favoured hang out of civil servants, journalists and politicians. Keep your ears open for huddles in the corner discussing the latest political gossip. Read more.

Dinner by Heston Blumenthal is one of London Olympics: Where to Eat and Drink.

3. Dinner by Heston Blumenthal

9.3
Mandarin Oriental Hyde Park (66 Knightsbridge), London, Greater London
Molecular Gastronomy Restaurant · Knightsbridge and Belgravia · 146 tips and reviews

The Wall Street JournalThe Wall Street Journal: Who says the U.K.’s culinary fare consists only of fish and chips? Dinner is certainly expensive, but serves thrilling, British dishes inspired by historic menus as far back as the 14th century

The Mayflower is one of London Olympics: Where to Eat and Drink.

4. The Mayflower

9.3
117 Rotherhithe St, London, Greater London
Pub · Surrey Quay · 76 tips and reviews

The Wall Street JournalThe Wall Street Journal: Jump off the Overground line at Rotherhithe for a pint and some food at one of London’s best pubs. It takes its name from the ship that took the Pilgrim Fathers to New England in 1620. Read more.

Wahaca is one of London Olympics: Where to Eat and Drink.

5. Wahaca

7.7
6 Chestnut Pl (Westfield Stratford City), Stratford, Greater London
Mexican Restaurant · Stratford and New Town · 40 tips and reviews

The Wall Street JournalThe Wall Street Journal: Mexican market eating in London, near the Olympic Park. Here’s the closest you'll get to American style Mexican food, and it’s delicious and quick. It also caters well to gluten intolerant folks. Read more.

Bistrot Bruno Loubet is one of London Olympics: Where to Eat and Drink.

6. Bistrot Bruno Loubet

86-88 Clerkenwell Rd. (at St. Johns Sq.), Clerkenwell, Greater London
French Restaurant · Clerkenwell · 33 tips and reviews

The Wall Street JournalThe Wall Street Journal: Not especially near an Olympic venue, but worth the journey for a special lunch or dinner. Outstanding modern European food in a relaxed setting. Read more.

The Counter Cafe & Roastery is one of London Olympics: Where to Eat and Drink.

7. The Counter Cafe & Roastery

9.1
7 Roach Rd (Stour Space), Greater London, Greater London
Café · Tower Hamlets · 100 tips and reviews

The Wall Street JournalThe Wall Street Journal: Breakfast, pies and coffee right near Olympic Park Read more.

The Wolseley is one of London Olympics: Where to Eat and Drink.

8. The Wolseley

9.1
160 Piccadilly (at Dover St.), London, Greater London
Modern European Restaurant · Green Park · 319 tips and reviews

The Wall Street JournalThe Wall Street Journal: You could look inside this place and think it’s been around for a century, but in fact it only opened as a restaurant in 2003. Breakfasts here are a firm favorite among London’s movers and shakers. Read more.

Dalston Superstore is one of London Olympics: Where to Eat and Drink.

9. Dalston Superstore

8.1
117 Kingsland Rd (at Crossway), Dalston, Greater London
Gay Bar · Dalston, London, Greater London · 76 tips and reviews

The Wall Street JournalThe Wall Street Journal: If you’ve spent the day at the Olympic stadium and feel you’ve got a cool enough look to fit in then head to one of east London’s trendiest bars. Read more.

Franco Manca is one of London Olympics: Where to Eat and Drink.

10. Franco Manca

7.9
The Balcony, Westfield Stratford City, Stratford, Greater London
Pizza Place · Stratford and New Town · 47 tips and reviews

The Wall Street JournalThe Wall Street Journal: One of London's best pizzerias, and cheaper than Pizza Express, in the mammoth mall at Stratford, the main Olympic Park transit hub. Read more.

Butcher and Grill is one of London Olympics: Where to Eat and Drink.

11. Butcher and Grill

The High St, Greater London, Greater London
Steakhouse · Village · 15 tips and reviews

The Wall Street JournalThe Wall Street Journal: Great ribs and burgers near the Olympic tennis at Wimbledon. Read more.