London Eats: famous Londoners interviews sharing their favourite London food

Check out our series of exclusive interviews and discover the best of London's food and drink scene.
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Ever wondered where famous Londoners love to eat and drink in London? Find out with our London Eats series! 

Part of the Let's Do London campaign, the London Eats series takes you inside the best of the London hospitality sphere, sharing insider tips, foodie favourites and little-known spots. 

The London Eats series

Sadiq Khan is facing the camera, wearing a suit and white shirt, with passer-by blurred in the background.

Sadiq Khan, Mayor of London

The Mayor of London Sadiq Khan takes us through his favourite foodie places across the capital, from Borough Market and Eataly to the hospitality venues he's a regular at.

Chef proprietor Moni Galetti posing for a portrait.

Monica Galetti

See which restaurants Monica Galetti, chef proprietor of Mere, plans to visit next, where she goes for afternoon tea and which dish she's missed the most during lockdown.

Angela Hartnett is posing for the camera in a tiled kitchen, with pan and pots on shelves in the background.

Angela Hartnett

Find out where one of the UK’s best-loved chefs, Angela Hartnett of Murano, is a regular customer, gets her morning coffee, likes to dine after dark and grabs her lunch to go.

Standing in front of a dark background, Jimi Famurewa is smiling and looking at the camera, wearing a bright shirt.

Jimi Famurewa

Evening Standard journalist Jimi Famurewa talks us through his upcoming restaurant reservations, including his best spots for dining solo and his favourite neighbourhoods for a drink and a bite to eat.

Asma Khan is smiling and posing for a portrait in her restaurant.

Asma Khan

The restaurateur behind Darjeeling Express in Covent Garden, Asma Khan, unveils the restaurant she's excited to try next, her best lunch spot in the city and what she's missed most about London hospitality.

Fred Sirieix is smiling to the camera while his portrait is taken.

Fred Sirieix

Fred Sirieix, former General Manager at Galvin Windows and First Dates host, tell us where he plans to head first for food in London, which stall he buys his oysters from and what's his go-to table in the city.

Take a look at the Let's Do London guide to find more food and drink inspiration.