Le Pont de la Tour, in South East London. Offering a mode French menu in beautiful, maritime inspired surroundings, with views over Tower Bridge. The whole venue can be hired exclusively, but of course, you can book tables there for a dinner of unrivalled French cuisine, complete with a beautiful range of carefully considered wines and knowledgeable staff.
If you’re a caivore and love a good cut of prime British meat, then visit the Pateoster Chop House, just nestling below St. Paul’s Cathedral. The menu changes daily because all the ingredients are completely fresh – but if you’re a steak or fish lover, this is one of the best places to be. With the option of al fresco dining in the shadow of one of the world’s most famous domes, this is really an eating experience that’s different every time.
When you’re craving something with a little more spice, check out Kenza in Devonish Square. Offering the very best in mouth-watering Moroccan dishes and exotic and unusual cocktails, this restaurant has gone all-out in creating an Arabic fantasy interior. With everything from babbling brooks to enormous silk cushions, this really is a getaway to a different land, and a great dining experience.
If you like your seafood, pay a visit to The Redhook, in Central London. Serving spectacular and delicious seafood (and meat) dishes, with some of he best wines and cocktails that the city has to offer in a relaxed and easy going environment.
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