One thing I missed during the lockdown here in the UK was eating out at some of my favourite restaurants. However, lots of London’s top restaurants and bakeries now have their own cookbooks which means when we’re not able to eta out we can re-create their signature recipes at home. I’ve rounded up lots of cookbooks from some of London’s top restaurants and listed them below with links to buy. Myself, I baked the sticky toffee pudding from the Hawksmoor cookbook and it was absolutely EPIC!
London’s cult Indian restaurant that is never without a queue.
Famous for: Naan bread bacon sandwich.
Classic British dining at its best.
Famous for: Sticky Toffee Pudding
Turkish food like you’ve never eaten it before.
Famous for: Pigs cheek and prune doughnut.
Modern British cooking since 1869.
Famous for: Confit potatoes
Nose to tail cooking of British classics.
Famous for: Cream-filled doughnuts.
Comforting Italian classics with a focus on pasta. (Features on my best pasta places in London list)
Famous for: Beef Shin Ragu.
Colourful and vibrant Middle Eastern food.
Famous for: Chocolate babka.
Wholesome breakfast ideas from London’s first porridge cafe.
Famous for: Posh porridge
Cakes and bakes from the inspiring ladies behind Luminary bakery; a social enterprise helping disadvantaged women.
Famous for: Cinnamon Buns.
A collection of recipes from the legendary London brunch spot.
Famous for: Their epic buttermilk pancakes.
Insane sandwich creations to make a home.
Famous for: Ham, Egg and Chips Sandwich.
Modern Indian food from one of London’s most sort after restaurants.
Famous for: Keralan Fried Chicken
Extravagant Italian food from London’s most extravagant Italian restaurant.
Famous for: Spaghetti Carbonara.
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