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Restaurants in North London When you tire of eating out in north London, your tastebuds are probably tired of life…Ok so this may not be how the saying really goes, but with the wealth of restaurants in the area, the sentiment certainly can’t be too far away from the truth.

For modern European food there’s plenty of choice across London with north London playing host to its fair share. If you’re unsure of where to go then two suggestions are Fredericks [map] and Granita [map].

For more than 30 years Fredericks [map] has been at the forefront of north London eating. This family run restaurant, serving an eclectic range of food, is popular with Islington residents and visitors. While Granita [map], which used to be known as Tony Blair’s regular eatery, has a menu with a Mediterranean streak that keeps diners coming back for more.

If your whole family wants to enjoy the dinning experience then Giraffe [map] may be a good place to try. Their global menu is noted for its nutritious nature and this may be why it’s so popular with parents. But the food is tasty enough to warrant a try whether you have young ones or not.

For a relaxed evening out with friends one of the area’s gastro pubs may be the best option. They provide good food without the social constraints of restaurant dinning. Two of the best in the area are the North Star [map] and the Duke of Cambridge [map], the latter having the added attraction of serving only organic food and drink.

For those planning on going out with friends or family who can’t agree, a restaurant like Kam Pai [map] might be the answer. This Islington eatery serves both Japanese and Mediterranean food under the same roof and at the same table. This is not a split section restaurant or a fusion restaurant it’s simply one that is able to combine traditional food from two very different cultures in this cosy venue close to Angel tube station.

Another Islington restaurant combining cultural cuisines on one menu is Errays [map]. Open for both lunch and dinner you’ll find flavoursome Mediterranean and Asian dishes on offer.

You’ll find fish and chips, north London style, served at Toffs [map] on Muswell Hill and Two Brothers [map] on Regents Park Road. There’s debate about which of the two can claim to be the best but neither offer greasy, newspaper covered cuisine; just fresh, crisp food which can be enjoyed as part of a three course meal or taken away for satisfaction on the sofa.

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