Discover the best restaurants in London that will make your mouth water!
September is the month of design events scattered all over the world, from Spain to France, UK and the Middle East. Some of the most important design events in the UK this September are the London Design Festival and 100% Design, that we’re sure you won’t want to miss! If you’re getting ready to enjoy the city to the fullest in time for the design events, these are the best restaurants in London that you just have to visit!
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In the heart of Covent Garden, “Christopher’s has established itself as one of London’s Prime American Restaurants”. 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. It’s the perfect trendy and sophisticated spot for a dinner enjoying the best of London design and incredible cuisine.
Inspired by Sri Lanka and Tamil Nadu, Hoppers delivers nothing other than amazing food with a unique experience of flavors and culture. It features a small dining room that is always full, with high chances of having to wait for a table, but we guarantee you it is worth the wait!
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!
If you love ceviche, then Ceviche Soho is the best place to go! It’s right there in the name of the restaurant! 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. It’s definitely a restaurant you can’t miss during some of the hottest design events in UK, such as London Design Festival.
“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.
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