From French brasseries to neighbourhood pizzeria and American-style diner to popular chains, news website My London has analysed TripAdvisor to find the top-rated restaurants in Wimbledon.

Wimbledon Top Rated Restaurants

The White Onion

If fine dining is your thing, head for the White Onion. This “wonderful Village gem” according to reviewers features in the Michelin Guide and takes first place in the TripAdvisor top ten. The Wimbledon Village restaurant opened in 2015 and specialises in contemporary French cuisine. 67 High Street, Wimbledon Village, SW19 5EE

Pizza Euforia

Established in 2000, Euforia was named best South West London takeaway by Time & Leisure Magazine in 2017. According to the TripAdvisor reviewers, the restaurant’s authentic thin-crust pizzas are the “best in London”. Euforia also earns five-star reviews for its “amazing staff” and “rapid cooking”. 10 Merton Park Parade, SW19 3NT

Waffle Jacks

In the same area you’ll find 1950s-style American diner Waffle Jack’s, It achieves 4.5 star ratings, for the “best waffles we’ve ever had”. 8 Merton Park Parade, SW19 3NT

The Ivy

The Ivy, Wimbledon Village also makes it onto the list for its cafe-style take on modern British cuisine. Options on the all-day dining menu range from classic fish and chips to lobster linguine. Reviewers praise the Ivy for “delicious food” and “outstanding service”.

75 High Street, Wimbledon Village, SW19 5EG

Bar + Block

The Wimbledon branch of this steak house chain pulls in 4.5-star reviews for “amazing” food, steaks “cooked to perfection” and “very friendly, happy staff”. 153-161 The Broadway, Wimbledon, SW19 1NE

Côte Brasserie

Côte Brasserie in the village is another chain which makes it onto the list for its relaxed, Parisian-inspired, all-day dining. Menu options include beef cheek bourguignon, mushroom cassoulet and moules frites. According to the reviews, service is “immaculate”, the food “mouth-watering” and portions “plentiful”. 8 High Street, Wimbledon Village, SW19 5DX

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