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100% Design is almost here, so we decided to give a complete guide for your stay in London. This week we are going to tell you about the best restaurants in London that are going to blow your mind during your stay and that are perfect for every single design lover. Curious? Keep scrolling!
With a sophisticated dining room on the first floor and a club room on the lower ground floor, this restaurant also features a martini bar on the ground floor that is beautifully lit by DelightFULL mid-century lighting designs.
“The hipster count is high, but the welcome and service are friendly, and there’s a level of professionalism here that’s missing from many East End restaurants.”
According to Time Out, Bistrotheque is a reliable but fun restaurant that hasn’t become complacent. With a menu more French-leaning than truly Gallic, you won’t be disappointed with the variety of prices and the excellence of the cuisine.
ROKA is London’s award-winning Japanese restaurant, serving contemporary Japanese robatayaki cuisine in striking yet informal surroundings.
If you are a sushi lover, then this is THE restaurant you have to go and try the ruby-red tuna sashimi that is simply to die for!
Still don’t know where to eat in London? If you love ceviche, then Ceviche Soho is the best place to go! And if you are a vintage lover, then the decoration of this place is everything you could ever dream of.
Taking excellence in Peruvian food and drinks very seriously, this restaurant offers a dozen tasty versions of ceviche as long as crumbly corn cakes and excellent char-grilled meat and fish skewers. A restaurant you can’t miss during London Design Festival.
Go to the Japanese minimalist, a place that is wood-covered walls with Ceylon prints, a rattan roof and patterned tiling. The seating is mainly chairs and wooden benches, and we love it!
Inspired by Sri Lanka and Tamil Nadu, Hoppers delivers nothing other than amazing food. With a small room that is always full and with high chances of having to wait for a table, we guarantee you it is worth the wait!