Ramp up the romance by treating your loved one to a special meal at one of these romantic London restaurants. With Valentine’s Day aproaching, we show you The Most Romantic Restaurants In London to spend a wonderfull night with your other half.
Travel up to the 33rd floor of London’s tallest building for incredible views at Hutong Shard. All of the Shard’s restaurants share stunning views of the city, but only Hutong has signature dumplings, perfect for sharing, and their own specialty roasted Peking duck.
Head up to the 28th floor of Hilton Park Lane, where Galvin at Windows fuses 1930s decor with modern French cuisine. Few Michelin-starred restaurants have views to match that of Chris Galvin’s restaurant, so it’s the perfect place to woo your loved one.
Make your way to the eighth floor of the unmistakable OXO Tower, where you’ll find the OXO Tower Restaurant. With its beautiful views of the city and beyond, a menu of modern British classics and an intimate atmosphere, it’s the ideal romantic Valentine’s restaurant. Book now
Take in the views from north of the river as you secure a table at one of Sky Garden’s restaurants for a special meal. Perched at the top of 20 Fenchurch Street and you’ll find the elegant Fenchurch Restaurant that serves contemporary British fare amongst the ferns and palms of London’s highest public garden.
Pierre Gagnaire and Mourad Mazouz‘s quirky collection of restaurants and bars housed within one building each has its own distinct, quirky style. Enjoy a cocktail in the fairytale setting of The Glade or the cosy Parlour, before indulging in modern European dishes at artist-inspired The Gallery or a tasting menu at Michelin-starred Lecture Room & Library.
Widely regarded as one of London’s most romantic restaurants, this Covent Garden hideaway is the perfect place to spend a romantic evening with your soulmate. Whether you’re savouring the classical French fare in the main restaurant or in the atmospheric courtyard, this classy restaurant always impresses.
With a magnificent dining room adorned with frescoes and chandeliers and live string or piano music, it’s a magical place to take your other half. Start your evening with a drink at one of London’s top champagne bars, sip a creation from a star mixologist at a luxurious cocktail bar, or chat over a fine vintage at a one of the city’s specialist wine bars.