Sip flutes of Gaston Chiquet at the grand oyster bar while feasting on fines de claires. The first-class seafood and magnificent desserts (like the Bakewell pudding) are worth the entire expense of the meal.
The Wolseley combines London heritage and Viennese grandeur. Dine on a Sunday afternoon when spectacular three-tiered tea stands are in abundance and enjoyed by a diverse mix of patrons.
Chotto serves up Japanese/Peruvian fusion cuisine with ninja-like precision, as well as Nikkei-inspired Pisco, Sake, and Sochu cocktails expertly mixed from behind a lava stone bar.
Much of the action at Roka takes place at the central robata grill, where a repertoire of izakaya food is created. Look out for Roka’s two new locations opening this year: Roka Mayfair and Roka Aldwych.
Aqua Shard’s Atrium Bar is a perfect spot to get lit on gin-or-tea-based cocktails while surveying the twinkling cityscape below.
Duck & Waffle takes dining to new heights, serving award-winning cuisine 24/7.
Located within the supremely glamorous London Edition Hotel, Berners Tavern is a gastronomic gem by Ian Schrager (of Studio 54 fame). In addition to the exceptional menu, people-watching is unmatched.