Looking for somewhere special to take your loved one? Want to make a good impression on a first date, or maybe you’re looking for the perfect spot to pop the question? Here’s a list of the best- romantic restaurants in London to choose from, and trust us they’re good!
L’Escargot – Soho – French
Soho’s most romantic and luxurious eatery and London’s oldest French restaurant, L’Escargot is located on Greek St and has satisfied some very famous palates in its time. From Coco Chanel to Elton John, its a firm favourite with the glitterati and serves delectable Parisian cuisine 7 days a week. Whether you’re partial to a creamy Lobster Bisque or prefer Coq au Vin, they have exactly what you’re looking for with an extra sprinkling of magic on top.
L’Escargot oozes a seriously romantic ambiance and is the perfect place to enjoy a loved-up night in style.
For reservations please call 020 7439 7474 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
48 Greek St, Soho, London W1D 4EF
Sartoria – Mayfair – Italian
If you’re a fan of authentic Italian cuisine and want to ‘push the boat out’ for your special half then Sartoria is the place to be. This restaurant offers fresh, delicious and creative dishes which will be sure to ‘wow’ your taste buds from the moment you tuck in. Being the only restaurant on Savile Row, Sartoria offers newly refurbished décor to emulate 20th Century Italian glamour and it looks divine.
Tuck into a mouth-watering selection of Antipasti such as Beef Carppacio or barbequed Mackerel or enjoy a main consisting of pan-fried Squid with Tuscan Cannellini Beans. Bellissimo!
For bookings please call 020 7534 700 or email email@example.com
20 Savile Row, Mayfair, London W1S 3PR
Noura -Mayfair – Lebanese
Noura will turn 20 next year and they’re renowned for offering some of the finest Lebanese food in London! With two restaurants, a deli and a catering company under their belt, the family business really do know their stuff! With stunning food from their homeland and exceptional customer service, it’s pretty obvious to see why Noura made the list. It’s the perfect spot for showing your affection for your dining partner, and for the good food!
Why not order yourself their fresh Mixed Grill or traditional Loubieh with Lamb? Or maybe you’re meat-free and fancy Moujadarra (Rice & Lentils) instead? They have a great choice of dishes, something to keep you both happy.
For bookings please call 0207 235 9444 or visit their website
16 Curzon St, Mayfair, London W1J 5HP, UK
Rules – Covent Garden – British
If you’re both partial to a bit of traditional British fare then London’s oldest restaurant, ‘Rules Restaurant’ is the one for you.
Its fascinating historical restaurant-premises spanning over 200 years has welcomed some extremely famous faces to dine at its tables, from Charlie Chaplin to Charles Dickens! It became ‘Rules’ in 1984 when it was taken over by its current owner (that’s only the third owner in over two centuries).
You can tell that they definitely take pride in what they do and this shows in their food. They specialise in classic Game cookery, Oysters, Pies and Puddings.
A truly British date night.
For bookings please call 0207 836 5314 or visit their website
35 Maiden Lane, Covent Garden, WC2E 7LB
Royal China Group – Baker Street
Chinese food with your better half doesn’t always have to be from the nearest takeaway shop whilst you’re watching the box on a Friday night. If you’re a fan of Oriental cuisine and want to make it extra special then head down to the Royal China Group on Baker Street for a candlelit dinner that will blow you away
From Wagyu Beef in a Teriyaki sauce to Icelandic King Crab, there’s a great choice to cater for everyone. They also have a varied selection of tasty vegetarian dishes too.
If you’re looking for an evening that’s a little more intimate then you can request for one of their partitions to be put up, or why not go the whole hog and hire your own private dining area?
To book your table please call 0207 486 3898
40 – 42 Baker Street, Marylebone, London W1U 7AJ
So there you have it, and what a great selection! Which one are you going to go for?