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FIVE BEST: Restaurants for game
St. John Bar and Restaurant is one of FIVE BEST: Restaurants for game.

1. St. John Bar and Restaurant

8.5
26 St. John St, London, Greater London
English Restaurant · Islington · 151 tips and reviews

Evening StandardEvening Standard: If you like your game cooked by the absolute experts, this is the place to go. Don’t be surprised when the woodcock — if on the menu — arrives on its own on a plate. It tastes sublime. Read more.

2. Great Taste at the Cadogan

21 Pont St. Knightsbridge, London, Greater London
Restaurant · Kensington and Chelsea · 1 tip

Evening StandardEvening Standard: Squab pigeon pie cooked with Old Henry beer features on this new menu until the end of September. Generous portion, with thick and golden pastry. Read more.

The Wild Game Co. is one of FIVE BEST: Restaurants for game.

3. The Wild Game Co.

7.7
Whitecross Street Market, Islington, Greater London
Food Truck · 7 tips and reviews

Evening StandardEvening Standard: The steak sandwich from this stall is the topside of venison served in a bap with onions, Dijon mustard and home-made redcurrant jelly. Tender meat, friendly service. Read more.

Corrigan's Mayfair is one of FIVE BEST: Restaurants for game.

4. Corrigan's Mayfair

7.6
28 Upper Grosvenor Street (Mayfair), London, Greater London
Restaurant · Mayfair · 16 tips and reviews

Evening StandardEvening Standard: Try the rabbit which is roasted and served with dandelion, pear and hazelnut. Read more.

The Cinnamon Club is one of FIVE BEST: Restaurants for game.

5. The Cinnamon Club

8.1
30-32 Great Smith St (Old Westminster Library), London, Greater London
Indian Restaurant · Westminster · 85 tips and reviews

Evening StandardEvening Standard: Roast Cumbrian wild red deer saddle with corn and millet kedgeree is an interesting, though expensive, way to fill you up. Read more.