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London’s come a long way since its early culinary days of shepherd’s pie and ale. Even as recently as the early 1990s, it could be tricky to find anything between pub grub and basic British classics. And forget finding any place open on a Sunday. No other city in Europe may have witnessed such a culinary transformation in the past two decades as London. Now, its food scene rivals that of its more lauded European cousins, with diners bouncing between casual hot spots in Shoreditch, power lunch scenes in Mayfair and an array of Michelin-starred eateries. For an abbreviated list of restaurants, read Top Tables London.