Do you live in London or are you planning to visit the capital of the U.K.? Besides seeing the sights and enjoying the incredible museums, galleries, and gigs, you may want to make sure that you get the skinny on the coolest restaurants to visit in London, too. Whether you are looking for a quirky hipster café or Michelin star fine dining, we rounded up the most interesting and coolest restaurants that you’ll want to eat at in the city of London.
Love all things Art-Deco? You must pay a visit to Soho’s Bob Bob Ricard, which screams luxury with its lavish surroundings. You can even press a little button to summon a bottle of champagne!
If you are looking for quirky, why not consider a visit to Ziferblat, a Shoreditch-based café where everything you eat and drink is free, all you have to do is to pay for the time you spend there. And don’t forget to keep an eye on your time with one of the café’s handy stopwatches.
If a combination of a luxurious and fun night out coupled with fine dining is what you are after then you must pay a visit to the Palm Beach Casino on Berkeley Street in Mayfair. Not only can you enjoy a delicious meal and a few drinks, but you can also hit the tables afterward. But before you go, do your research to make sure you are one step ahead of your friends so that they can be dazzled by your impressive skills!
“You had me at cheese”! There is actually a London eatery that is dedicated to all things cheese — one word: obsessed! The Cheese Bar on Chalk Farm Road is appealing to every turophile out there with its delicious array of cheese-related menu items including baked camembert and more.
Then there’s Duck & Waffle: a sophisticated restaurant with a bar in the sky. But don’t forget to check out the restaurant’s signature dish of salty sweet duck and waffle.
Looking for some nautical vibes? Check out Trader Vic’s, which celebrates all things “South Sea” in the heart of Mayfair. While there, why not opt for the Trader Vic favorite “Beef and Reef” for a true surf and turf experience.
Love opera? Bel Canto, which is located near Hyde Park, mixes delicious appetizers with stunning arias. This is truly French fine dining with an operatic twist where the waiters sing opera classics.
The Tom Dixon decorated restaurant Circus in the West End of London has a futuristic decor with a decadent feel. It combines exquisite cuisine with an entertaining cabaret and circus acts, which will really make your evening one to remember.
Calling all artistic types! The Doodle Bar in South West London allows you to enjoy a yummy meal while allowing you to showcase your artistic side. Now that’s neat!
Are you a garlic lover? Garlic & Shots may just be the ideal restaurant for you — you can choose from one of the 101 types of garlic available. Don’t forget your breath mints!
Is breakfast your favorite meal of the day? The Cereal Killer Cafe in Shoreditch, East London, serves over 120 different types of cereal coupled with 30 different types of milk, too! Cereal, anyone?
London at night is a sight to behold, so why not take it to the next level and visit Dans Le Noir? This literally translates to “in the dark”, which means diners eat in complete darkness from a surprise menu, making for a unique dining experience that you are unlikely to forget.
Whether you are a foodie or not, a night out in London is not complete without visiting one of the thousands of amazing restaurants that this magnificent city has to offer. Which one is on your list to visit? Bon appetit!
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