52 Restaurants in Victoria, London

Places to Eat in Victoria: Lunch by the Cathedral

Perhaps one of the most visited landmarks in London, the Westminster Cathedral attracts visitors from around the entire world. With its palatial Neo-Byzantine style, extravagant ceilings and preserved relics, England’s largest church doesn’t disappoint even the most hard-to-please guests. Hungry tourists have options from nearly every ethnic cuisine just around the corner, so even picky eaters can find a Victoria restaurant that suits their taste buds. Everything is within reach, ranging from the typical fast food chains to even the most upscale cocktails bars. After a taxing walk through one of Europe’s largest cathedrals, visitors don’t even have to break a sweat to get to the best restaurants in Victoria.

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Colosseo Restaurant

Victoria
Italian££££
5.1/6132
Colosseo Restaurant

Uni Restaurant

Victoria
Japanese££££
6.0/61
Uni Restaurant

2 Bridge Place

Victoria
International££££
5.0/61
2 Bridge Place
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Eeshi's Kitchen

Victoria
International££££
3.9/67
Eeshi's Kitchen
New

M - Victoria Street

Victoria
British££££
3.0/61
M - Victoria Street

Tiles

Victoria
Bar££££
Tiles

Frankie & Benny´s (Victoria Place)

Victoria
International
Frankie & Benny´s (Victoria Place)

Cafe Rouge,Victoria

Victoria
Café
Cafe Rouge,Victoria

Etnacoffee

Victoria
Italian
Etnacoffee

The Green Cafe

Victoria
Café
The Green Cafe

YO! Sushi

Victoria
Japanese
YO! Sushi

Whittard of Chelsea

Victoria
Café
Whittard of Chelsea

St. Georges Tavern

Victoria
Bar
St. Georges Tavern

Zizzi - Banstead

Victoria
Italian
Zizzi - Banstead

Kings Arms

Victoria
European
Kings Arms

La Bottega

Victoria
Italian
La Bottega

Costa Coffee

Victoria
Café
Costa Coffee

Olivomare

Victoria
Italian
Olivomare

Cafe Nouf Restaurant

Victoria
Middle Eastern
Cafe Nouf Restaurant

Victoria Snack Bar

Victoria
Café
Victoria Snack Bar
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    Restaurants in Victoria: Eat like Royalty

    Just north of Victoria Rail Station begin the Buckingham Palace Gardens. Home to the United Kingdom’s monarchy since the ascension of Queen Victoria to the throne in 1837, the Buckingham Palace is well known throughout the world. After strolling through the palace gardens or perhaps after a guided tour of the State Rooms, tourists can feel fancy during afternoon tea at one of Victoria’s many cafes or lounges. If looking for more than tea and snacks, there are plenty of Victoria Restaurants near the palace that cater to hungry visitors. During the evening, thirsty travellers can enjoy lavish cocktails or a glass of champagne in one of the many upscale bars nearby. Live like the Queen of England for a day!
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    Victoria Restaurants: Upscale Dining

    Home to two world-class theatres, Londoners and tourists alike revel in Victoria’s remarkable art scene. Directly across from Victoria station is the West End theatre, Victoria Palace. On stage since 2005, the theatre has been delighting visitors with Billy Elliot the Musical. Thrilling guests with its rotating shows since 1901, the Apollo Theatre is also within steps of the station. Walking distance from both theatres is a world of choices for hungry theatre-goers. Some of the nicest restaurants in Victoria are just a stone’s throw away. Whether out for an after-show cocktail or a three-course meal, there are an endless number of options close by. Best of all, the dining in this region is the best of the best, and even if it’s pricey, you’ll get your money’s worth in the end.
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    Restaurants in Victoria: In the Middle of the Action

    Situated in the central London borough of Westminster, the area of Victoria is a bustling hub of transportation, commerce, and tourism. Just minutes from Buckingham Palace, this area offers more than just royal opulence. Over 70 million passengers transfer or exit trains and buses at Victoria station, making Victoria a busy axis of motion. With so many travellers passing through this part of London, it is no wonder that there exist such a large number of great Victoria restaurants. Restaurants in Victoria fill up fast, that’s why it’s important to reserve seats online. Using the online search platform, choose from cuisines ranging from Japanese to Mexican and decide on where to eat in Victoria.