What Is The Best American Restaurant In London?

We've reviewed 10 of what we believe to be the 10 best American restaurants in London. Now's the chance to vote for your favourite...

Over the past month I have had the great pleasure of visiting the ten best American restaurants in London as identified by friends, family, colleagues and writers of The WhatCulture! Family. And despite some pretty fierce arguments with my stomach, my heart questioning some of my decisions and one of my kidneys threatening to walk out, I have kept my organs together and they are all in agreement with me that we have enjoyed some of the best American food you will find either side of the Atlantic. I have come to the following conclusions: Best Appetiser €“ Big Easy€™s Voodoo PrawnsBest Chicken Wings €“ Bodean€™s€™ Makers Mark WingsBest Pork Ribs €“ Red Dog Saloon Best Beef Ribs €“ Bodean€™sBest Burger €“ The Diner€™ Diablo BurgerBest Steak €“ Christopher€™s Grill Rump SteakBest Milkshakes €“ The DinerBest Cocktails €“ Maxwell€™sBest Atmosphere €“ Camden Blues KitchenBest Value for Money €“ Bodean€™s Their meat platter, which gets you a hearty serving of all their varieties of smoked meat with fries and coleslaw for just £22.95 cannot be beaten. Great deals every day of the week and an all-round reasonably priced menu and bar make Bodean€™s the best for value. Best Restaurant €“ ? That€™s for you to decide. You€™ve heard what I have to say, but the answer to this one falls to you, the readers of WhatCulture! The polls are now open and will remain so until midnight Sunday the 11th of December. This means you have until then to visit any that have tickled your taste buds, got your tummy grumbling or mouth watering and then cast your vote for which you believe to be the best American Restaurant in London.
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Frustratingly argumentative writer, eater, reader and fanatical about film ‘n’ food and all things fundamentally flawed. I have been a member of the WhatCulture family since it was known as Obsessed with Film way back in the bygone year of 2010. I review films, festivals, launch events, award ceremonies and conduct interviews with members of the ‘biz’. Follow me @FilmnFoodFan In 2011 I launched the restaurant and food criticism section. I now review restaurants alongside film and the greatest rarity – the food ‘n’ film crossover. Let your imaginations run wild as you mull on what that might look like!