London is one of the most inspiring cities in the world. In today’s post, we are going to introduce you to some London restaurants where you should not only enjoy the food and drinks, but also the beautiful interiors. Are you ready to eat and have a fascinating experience?
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AVE MARIO, CONVENT GARDEN
Are you ready for a trip to Italy? You can not help but fall in love with this scenario. The red colour and stripes are an ode to Florence Cathedral and provide the exuberant ambiance you need to dine in a luxurious and bold place.
This sophisticated and chic eatery is the perfect place to have weekend brunch with friends! Opened in 2020, this London restaurant is ready to conquer Londoners as the world returns to normal.
Bermondsey Larder is a family run London restaurant that is mainly inspired by nature. Their aim is to make customers feel like they are dining on a farm or on the coast in central London.
If you like casual lunches, this might be the perfect place for you – chef Dani García brings his cuisine to London to delight locals and tourists alike. You’ll have unforgettable taste experiences at this London restaurant.
CIRCOLO POPOLARE, FIZTROVIA
Circolo is open 7 days a week for lunch, dinner and weekend brunch under the stars. And in the summer, there’s 60 incredible seats on the sunny Sicilian terrace. A dreamy place for the most avid dreamers.
DAFFODIL MULLIGAN, OLD STREET
Daffodil Mulligan is the name of the daughter of Biddy Mulligan – a legendary Irish street vendor immortalised in the song “Biddy Mulligan the Pride of the Coombe”. The restaurant’s identity expresses her spirit and has an earthy aesthetic. What could be more lovely than a restaurant inspired by a person?
MILK BEACH, QUEEN’S PARK
Do you like Australian food? Milk Beach is located at Lonsdale Road mews in Queen’s Park, London. It serves brunch all day and a menu of seasonal plates to share in the evening.
MUSE BY TOM AIKENS, BELGRAVIA
Tom Aikens’ returns to experiential fine dining in an intimate 25-room converted stables. The menus at this London restaurant have been inspired by nostalgia and key moments and people from Tom’s personal life and career.
“My mother and father first opened my eyes to the infinite pleasures food can bring.”Tom Aikens
NUTSHELL, CHARING CROSS
Nutshell is an Michelin Plate excellent Modern Iranian restaurant in Covent Garden, reflecting the cosmopolitan city. The food and drink menu focuses on sustainability. This has included a selection of vegetarian and vegan dishes and a focus on ethically sourced British produce and Iranian goods.
Did you think we’d forget about Japanese cuisine? We did not. You should visit Maru where – unusually for a Japanese restaurant in London – all ingredients are sustainably and seasonally sourced from British Isles wherever possible.