For a slice of Upper-West-Side dining in leafy North London, look no further than the iconic Harry Morgan's restaurant on St John's Wood High Street. This shining beacon of Manhattan-ness is home to an eclectic crowd of homesick New Yorkers, models and actors working abroad on location, and a well-heeled expatriate contingent who come to salivate over the deli-style sandwiches and salads and talk shop. Established in 1948 by a local butcher, this acclaimed restaurant has become a dining destination in its own right, and is renowned for being great value for money. For "When Harry-met-Sally" style dates and buzzy lunches, this is the place to be. Don't miss the award-winning chicken soup.
£25 and under