London’s cultural diversity and wide range of cuisines means that you’ll never be lost for somewhere to eat.
Winner of Best New International Cocktail Bar (2015) and World's Best Cocktail Menu (2016) at Tales of the Cocktail Spirited Awards. Winner Best Bar Team in London (2016) at the Time Out Bar Awards. Awarded #3 at World's 50 Best Bars (2016). Created by bar impresario Ryan Chetiyawardana a.k.a. Mr Lyan, Dandelyan serves both innovative drinks and refined interpretations of the classics.
Chelsea Riverside Brasserie delivers a British interpretation of simple, timeless dishes, with a focus on the quality and purity of locally sourced ingredients. The brasserie offers all-day dining in an informal atmosphere, so you can enjoy everything from a light snack to a full three-course meal.
The Harbour Bar is open all day for a relaxed afternoon tea or a tranquil harbourside lunch. The Asian-inspired menu features fresh nigiri and sushi platters, fragrant Thai specialties or traditional dishes such as caesar salad, beef burgers and the classic club sandwich. After dark, The Harbour Bar becomes a cosy cocktail destination.
Located in a beautiful townhouse in the heart of Chelsea, the first Tom’s Kitchen opened in November 2006 and is a modern British brasserie serving comfort food favourites in a relaxed and informal environment, from breakfast to dinner, seven days a week. It also offers two rooms for private dining or drinks and canapé receptions on its first and second floor.
Situated on the third floor of the Southbank Centre, London's cultural epicentre, Skylon boasts outstanding views over the River Thames from its huge floor-to-ceiling windows. The main Restaurant features modern British cuisine from executive head chef Tom Cook. In the more informal Grill, expect quality ingredients, simply cooked with natural flavours shining through.
Gillray's Steakhouse & Bar offer the best steak and cocktails and a fantastic view over London's Big Ben.
They serve the best Aberdeen Angus steak sourced from England and aged for 35 days, and a menu full of English classics with the highest quality service.
What could be more quintessentially English than taking Afternoon Tea in one of London’s most iconic buildings? The stunning 5* Library Lounge in the London Marriott Hotel County Hall Hotel offers a traditional Afternoon Tea infused with the history and traditions of the iconic Thames-side County Hall.
Tom’s Kitchen is situated on the ground floor of the iconic Somerset House building. The modern British restaurant serves comfort food favourites in a relaxed and informal environment from lunch to dinner and brunch on weekends. Located next to the restaurant, Tom’s Kitchen Deli is the perfect place for busy food-lovers on the go, packed with tasty all-day takeaway options. In summer, Tom's Kitchen Terrace is one of London's most popular al fresco bars with views across the river. In winter, Tom’s Skate Lounge serves warming refreshments to all ice rink visitors.
The Real Greek is not only a must for anyone visiting London, but is also a favourite among Londoners themselves, and at Bankside, they pride themselves in providing our customers with a wide variety of the finest quality of freshly cooked Mediterranean food. Perfectly located next door to the Globe theatre and only a few steps from the Tate Modern and Bankside Pier, The Real Greek Bankside is in an ideal spot for any occasion. Serving the authentic Mezedes, Souvlaki and Sharers, this venue has plenty to offer for both business and pleasure.
Gaucho offers à la carte dining for 135 covers and a luxurious lounge bar. With views framed by Tower Bridge, The Tower of London and City Hall, Gaucho makes the ideal setting for an evening drink, romantic dinner or a relaxing Sunday brunch.
Situated on level 33 of The Shard, Hutong serves the fascinating and diverse cuisines of Northern China and is based on the much-loved restaurant of the same name in Hong Kong.
Aqua Shard, located on level 31 of The Shard, serves innovative contemporary British cuisine and boasts breath-taking views from its main dining room, private event spaces and spectacular three-storey high atrium bar.
A traditional Italian trattoria by the River Thames, offering a warm welcome; Cantina is the perfect spot for a quick bite of lunch or relaxed dinner.
Butlers Wharf Chop House is a restaurant devoted to ‘really good British food’, serving traditional, simple and honest fare. Situated on the riverside near London Bridge, they have a magnificent view across to Tower Bridge, the Docklands and beyond.
Le Pont de la Tour combines traditional yet innovative French cuisine, knowledgeable and friendly staff, thoughtful design that evokes the Parisian chic of the 1930s and stunning views of the City and Tower Bridge
Set in the stunning St Katharine Docks, the restaurant overlooks the yachts in Central London’s only marina, located just moments away from Tower Bridge and the Tower of London. The restaurant serves British favourites and comfort food classics in a relaxed and informal environment from breakfast to dinner. The restaurant also offers a range of areas that are available for private and semi-private hire. Tom’s Kitchen Deli located next door, offers affordable and express takeaway options for food lovers on the go.
Located on the Canary riverfront, 28West is the perfect venue for your every occasion. Offering a modern twist on classic American grill fare, craft beers from across the world and experimental cocktails crafted by their very own connoisseurs, they’ve got a bit of something for everyone. Whether you’re looking for somewhere to gather after work or a place to catch up with friends and family, with its quirky character, stunning river views and spectacular location right on the outskirts of Canary Wharf, 28West is the place to be.
Plateau sits in a prime fourth floor location in Canada Place, opposite Canary Wharf tower. This stylish, futuristic restaurant offers awe inspiring views of the surrounding cityscape.
Plateau has two distinct dining areas: the main restaurant serves contemporary French food from Head Chef Daniel McGarey, who uses the best seasonal ingredients; the Bar & Grill offers more informal dishes in a relaxed setting.
The Gaucho Grill has a large summer terrace where guests can enjoy alfresco drinking and dining. Enjoy a little bit of Latin America in the city.
One Canada Square is open Monday to Friday for breakfast, lunches, post-work cocktails and relaxed dinners as well as leisurely Saturday brunches and evening meals. With its own private cocktail bar and views across the lobby and the Olympic Park in the distance, The Mezzanine is the ideal location for exclusive events or meetings, with canapés and cocktails for parties up to 80 or exquisite private dining for up to 32 guests.
Tom’s Kitchen serves British favourites using the very best seasonal and locally sourced ingredients. Open seven days a week for breakfast, lunch and dinner, the site also includes a Deli, offering affordable and express takeaway options for food lovers on the go. The bar is open daily from midday until late, offering a delicious line-up of cocktails to enjoy after work or to kick-off your dining experience.
One of the oldest original buildings in the area, this is a great authentic pub with good food and ale. There’s an outdoor barbeque area too.
Celebrate the simple pleasures in life in this traditional pub where all are welcome. Sit, drink, relax and enjoy the perfect pint.
Regency splendour beside The Thames. Taste real ale and authentic whitebait. Enjoy the riverside views.
By day the main hall functions as a buzzy and lively cafe. By night the room is transformed into a vibrant restaurant. The annex bar and courtyard offer an all-day menu. As well as the locally crafted Meantime beers, there’s a large menu of more than 50 classic ales from around the world.
British dining in the heart of Greenwich with all day dining, set menus and Sunday lunches.Take the kids to Greenwich to see The Cutty Sark, Maritime Museum or just to lark about by the river, and afterwards for home-made fish & chips, grilled chicken, chips & peas et al at Rivington, only a stone’s throw away from Greenwich Pier
Situated on the corner of King William Walk and across from one of the largest green spaces in South East London, the three-floored Greenwich Tavern is an idyllic setting to relax with friends and family. Whether it’s a fun family dinner or a chilled out drink after work, The Greenwich Tavern is the perfect place to pass the time. Embracing the natural beauty of the nearby Royal Park, the Greenwich Tavern creates an indoor oasis in which to enjoy a sublime range of modern cuisine and refreshing drinks.
Craft London is a project by Stevie Parle with Tom Dixon. It’s a new British restaurant, café and cocktail bar. They focus on quality in production by collaborating with modern experts, fanatics and obsessives to craft world-class products through the roasting of coffee, smoking of fish, bee keeping, meat curing, fermentation of vegetables and the creation of a contemporary kitchen garden. Both the restaurant dishes and products are created using almost exclusively British produce bought from farmers they know well and always handled with a light, modern, touch.
The only independent British restaurant and Wine bar outside of The O2 Arena.
36 seats inside and 40 seats outside.
Offering 70 wines, local beers and great coffee to drink in or take away.
They use only fresh produce and serve modern British dishes throughout the day.
They are open 7 days a week for breakfast, lunch an dinner.
Gaucho features a 100 cover cocktail lounge and a 136 cover restaurant adjoined by a luxurious balcony lounge. Gaucho offers a wine tasting boutique that can host up to 12 guests, an 18 cover private dining room and a 24 cover VIP suite inside the main arena with spectacular views of the shows.