With the opening ceremony out of the way and the games in full swing London is bustling with tourists and locals all out to enjoy the festivity of the event.
Food offers a real road of discovery in London but in a city so big and in a city with so much variety it can be a little difficult to navigate. With that in mind FDL decided to ask some of London's top chefs to offer up a few of their hot tips for dining in the city during the Olympics.
Jason Atherton - Pollen Street Social
People Coming to London in the Olympics are absolutely spoiled. If you want to have amazing small dishes go to Polpo, for spanish head to Barrafina Chinese? you cant get better than Yautcha and if you want modern French get yourself toThe Ledbury.
Simon Rogan - Roganic
I would recommend Bubble Dogs - recently opened by an ex-employee, serving champagne and hot-dogs - I think it should be one to look out for...
Theo Randall- The River Cafe, The InterContinental Hotel
What I love to do in London is go for Chinese food. My favorite place is the Princess Garden in Mayfair and on a Sunday they do great dim sum - there are just so many great places to eat in this city.
Noorer Somany-Steppe - The Blue Elephant
First of all we are doing a special healthy menu for the Olympics to try and highlight that Thai food can be very healthy - lots of steamed dishes and salads. I would recommend Simpsons on the Strand for Roast Beed - experience some real British food.
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