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London is like the hot bed of world cuisines aimed at offering a world class dining experience. For those lovers of American cuisine, whether it is a fine dining restaurant with a touch of Hollywood stardust or a rustic steakhouse that you are looking, London has it all.
Here is a list of top five American restaurants in the city of London
Planet Hollywood is one of the trendiest restaurants in the West End, London. The restaurant is a common hang out for all those tourists stirred by the glamour of Hollywood movies. It has an extravagant ambience with movie memorabilia hung all over the walls. The buzzing cocktail bar and the screening of the latest music albums are highlights of the restaurant.
Burgers truly belong to the Americans and no restaurant can get American enough without serving the classic burger. Rox burger is located in Lee High Road serves a variety of yummy burgers combines with a wide range of beverages and sides such as potato wedges, finger fries and coleslaw.
As much as burgers are a part of the American cuisine, so are fish and chips. Baileys is an exclusive eat out that serves the cityâ€™s most delicious fish and chips. Visitors to the restaurant have reviewed the place to be the best place in the country of tasty fish and chips. Bailey is located in Dawes Road in London.
Located in Cromwell Road, London is one of UKâ€™s best restaurants, Atrium Restaurant - Marriott Hotel Kensington. The restaurant is of contemporary style and is adorned by modern paintings and a live-theatre kitchen. Guests to the restaurant can start off the evening in great style at the chic Nabuco bar followed by some of the greatest American classics.
Chez Mal brings home a slice of the New York City through classic steaks and the strip club. Located in Charterhouse Square, the restaurant is the newest modern addition to the city of London. The place offers a modern twist to the concept of a traditional steakhouse, with a fresh and fun interpretation of the New York dining staple.