Choosing the best restaurant to have your meals in a city like London it’s really a big deal. The number of possibilities, the different cuisine styles, different concepts and other details makes it a hard decision. However, as we want you to have the best fine dining experience we chose the top 5 luxury restaurants in the city for you to experience. Choose one our try everyone as you will stay in the city for everal days for 100% Design and Decorex, right?
1 Lombard Street is not only the Square Mile’s most established restaurant but arguably it’s best placed, sited in pole position next to Mansion House, the official residence of the Lord Mayor of London, and directly opposite the Bank of England.
1 Lombard Street is where the City meets for breakfast, lunch and dinner, launches new businesses, signs deals and celebrates profits. And it’s even where the City gets married.
Exquisite Italian cuisine can be expected at the beautiful restaurant 5 Pollen Street situated in London’s exclusive Mayfair. This first class Italian restaurant is tucked behind Hanover Square and it is a truly impressive establishment. The dining room is a glamourous yet intimate space featuring a definite Art Deco air with woven silk panels, funky wallpaper and perfectly laid white linen topped round tables.
Meaning bay leaf in Italian, Alloro boasts a smart and stylish dining room, typical of most fine dining establishments in Italy with crisp white table linens covering each and every immaculately laid table. Il Baretto is the typical Italian bar area of the Alloro restaurant and is always jam packed with the local Mayfair contingent as well as well-heeled local business types, all enjoying light bites and glasses of fine Italian wines or grappa’s.
Having worked with Gordon Ramsay for years and more recently having headed up the kitchen at the two Michelin starred Marcus Wareing at the Berkeley, Williams is considered as one of the country’s top chefs. His hotly anticipated self-named restaurant at The Westbury is a stylish 45 seater boutique fine dining restaurant serving the very finest in modern French cuisine.
Taking pride of place on the 7th floor of D&D London’s very first hotel venture the South Place Hotel is Angler, a wonderful British seafood restaurant. Angler boasts a prime position at the very top of the hotel, offering uninterrupted views over the iconic London skyline, including City of London landmarks such as the Gherkin and Tower 42.