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Little-known London restaurants the Stylist team adores

London's real culinary gems are found in the least expected places.

It's your local Caribbean joint, the friendly family-run Italian you've been frequenting for years, or the Japanese dive-bar with melt-in-your-mouth maki.

We whipped around the Stylist team and discovered a range of unsung food heroes in and around our fair capital.

From pies in Putney to burgers in Brixton, behold our favourite hot spots: 

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