London is a big, busy and at times overwhelming city and it’s not very often you’ll find an establishment that still has a strong local sentiment behind it – until you arrive at The Localist. The Localist in Farringdon is a creative restaurant with a seasonally driven European menu, international wine, draught beers, expertly mixed cocktails and live music all with a cosy neighbourhood local atmosphere. The perfect spot to catch up with friends to enjoy a light nibble or small plate, handcrafted cocktail or full meal for those with a healthy appetite, The Localist on St Johns Street will leave you feeling satisfied and at home. So why not book a table and discover this local gem for yourself?
Dining at The Localist is like visiting with old friends. This charming and stylish establishment on St Johns Road in Farringdon boasts a delicious European-inspired menu alongside service that makes you feel like you’re at home. We recommend sampling several small plates to share, like the burrata with broad beans and pea shoots, arancini with chilli sauce and watercress or the The Localist meat and cheese board ideal for two people to nibble on while sampling one of their perfectly blended cocktails.
If you’re more inclined to sample something a little larger, their grilled lamb chop with green beans, spring cabbage and salsa verde, tuna steak served with rocket, baby corn, baby carrot and cherry tomatoes or perhaps their classic burger served with fries will be right up your alley – and if you do decide on The Localist’s classic burger, 70p is donated to their charity, The St. James’s Place Foundation so you can dine with a conscience. For classic European fare in a cosy and friendly spot in London, there’s no better choice than The Localist in Farringdon. However, bear in mind that this London hotspot does tend to fill up so booking in advance is recommended.