22 Most Booked Restaurants in 2022 revealed

Whether it’s Carluccio’s for date night, Aqua Shard for the breath-taking views or Joe Allen’s as a theatreland favourite, Londoners weren’t stuck for choice when choosing where to eat out this year.

New data from the UK’s best discovery and booking platform TheFork has revealed the top 22 restaurants booked in 2022 through the platform.

Coming out on top, St Martin’s House offers reimagined British favourites within its flower-laden walls, delivering an unforgettable experience in the heart of Covent Garden.

Second place is held by the globally popular Happy Lamb Hotpot in Bayswater, which offers the unique experience of boiling ingredients in their famous Mongolian rich broth.

Whilst well-loved and popular chain restaurants such as The Real Greek sit on the list, it’s clear Londoners favour unique dining experiences with nearly two-thirds (64 per cent) of the restaurants on the list classed as independently owned.

London’s 22 Most Booked Restaurants in 2022
1. St Martins House
2. Happy Lamb Hotpot Bayswater
3. Bab Mansour
4. aqua shard
5. 28-50 Oxford Circus
6. Pane Cunzato – pizza & more
7. Co & Ko
8. Cast Iron Grill
9. Heddon Yokocho
10. The Real Greek – Bankside
11. Fitzroy Wine Cellar & Kitchen
12. The Real Greek – Tower Bridge
13. 28-50 South Kensington
14. Enso
15. Tavernaki
16. Bala Baya
17. Hard Rock Cafe Oxford Street
18. Carluccio’s – South Kensington
19. Bellamy’s Restaurant
20. Joe Allen – Covent Garden
21. Cafe Mode
22. Harrods Social by Jason Atherton

Londoners may be proud of staple British dishes, but the findings by TheFork prove the capital loves to explore and discover world cuisines just as much, ranging from Tel Aviv–style dishes at Bala Baya, Moroccan at Bab Mansour to Korean at Co & Ko.

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