London is home to thousands of restaurants, from burger joints, Italian, and Indian to good old classic English pub grub.
Many are owned by chefs and restauranters, but some have much more famous and a-lister names attached to them.
The likes of Oscar-nominated actors, Grammy-winning singers and even sports champions all own restaurants.
If you want to visit celeb-owned restaurants in London, you’ll find names such as Ed Sheeran, Robert De Niro and even Sir Lewis Hamilton.
Take a look at the London restaurants owned by celebrities that you can visit now.
These are London restaurants owned by celebrities you can visit Neat Burger by Sir Lewis Hamilton Owned by Formula-One driver Sir Lewis Hamilton, Neat Burger is a vegan fast-food joint that puts sustainability first.
The space was made in collaboration with Beyond Meat and The Eden Project and created juicy plant-based burgers, plus with every product sold at Neat Burger, a tree is planted.
Bertie Blossoms by Ed Sheeran Global musician Ed Sheeran is the man behind Bertie Blossoms set on the icon Portobello Road.
Designed to look like the local pub, Sheeran’s restaurant has a great range of pints to enjoy and yummy food that’s aim is to showcase “the best of the British Isles, including vegan and vegetarian options.”
Porte Noire by Idris Elba Star of Luther, Idris Elba, joined forces with the founder of Connaught Wine Cellars, David Farber to create the bar and shop Porte Noire.
The space has room for up to 70 guests and is home to around 800 wine bins and one of the largest wine-tasting rooms in London.
Nobu London by Robert De Niro If you’re a foodie you may have already heard of Nobu but you might not have known that the person behind its creation was Hollywood legend, Robert De Niro.
Back in 1994, De Niro encouraged chef Nobuyuki Matsuhisa (Nobu) to open his first restaurant in New York, with the actor offering cash to help him get started.
Now Nobu is a global franchise with 29 restaurants, including one based in Old Park Lane in London.
The Grapes by Sir Ian McKellen Gandalf himself owns his very own pub in Limehouse with The Grapes being owned by none other than Sir Ian McKellen.
The popular pub has been serving pints for over 500 years and was once a favourite of Charles Dickens, but now it’s the franchise of Sir Ian.
With food on offer including ‘Sir Ian Meaty Shepherds Pie’, you can even see Gandalf’s staff too.
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