If you're after an eye-catching restaurant filled with lovely knick-knacks and then some, you'll be looking the way of Comptoir Libanais London Bridge. Spread across two floors in a cool arched space, this spot features floral tiling in abundance, glittering lamps littered across the ceiling and walls worked with texture.
Pretty Restaurants In London
Sucker for something eye-catching? Filling your feed with the finest flat-lays and foliage-filled hotspots in the city? Like to look at nice things because you're human and that's just that? Then you've come to the right place. From eateries with endless palm plants to plush pink velvet corners where brunch reigns supreme, these pretty London restaurants are more than easy on the eye.
While The Lampery is churning out refined British dishes in the heart of the Apex Hotel City of London, it's the interiors that we're looking towards. Not only will you gush over the marble tables and luxe seating, but you'll also be bowled over by the lovely foliage dangling overhead.
Set beside Regent's Canal, The Lighterman is a stunning all-day bistro with a sunny terrace perfect for alfresco drinking and dining. Open from 7:30am, this place serves boozy brunches, light lunches and sumptuous Sunday feasts - all with a charming waterside backdrop.
More than just one of London's most Instagrammable restaurants, Hoxley and Porter is considered something of a dining experience. From its simulated wooden train carriage on arrival to the foliage and vintage prints that deck the walls, it's a charming hotspot that promises glamour throughout.
28-50 Wine Bars are all pretty restaurants in Central London, decked out in pastel hues and floral touches to add a sense of elegance to your dining. Head to one of their sites for luscious interiors, seasonal specials and handpicked bottles of fine wine.
The Dixon Hotel's Provisioners restaurant in London Bridge has interiors to rival the best in the biz. Think marble tables, beautiful pieces of modern art and candy-floss pink furnishings. It's the perfect place for you to capture some content for your Instagram.
Mirroring the stunning aesthetics of bars found in the South of France, Figaro's is a little slice of Europe right here in Central London. Boasting a pergola adorned with hanging blossom and foliage, as well as Parisian-style chairs and chequered table clothes, this place is an absolute beaut.
Offering chic interiors that mix rustic features with contemporary stylings, Hovarda is one of the prettiest restaurants in London. Interiors aside, they've got some enticing plates of food to boot, and a selection of cocktails that were just made for the 'Gram.
With a variety of stunning dining spaces and menus, there's really something for everyone at Juno Rooms. The City restaurant is filled with all kinds of plant installations, including a huge blossom tree, plus it serves up innovative cocktails and delicious bites.
You've likely seen Knightbridge's Restaurant Ours on an Instagram post or 10. Alongside the living walls and indoor trees (that would make the perfect backdrop for your next profile pic), this spot is well-known for its creative cocktails and impressive dishes that are ideal for a special occasion.
This fetching restaurant by the canal in North London offers a menu of vibrant Venezuelan eats in a trendy setting. Sit back and watch swans pass by as you soak up the sun outside or revel in the cool decor indoors of Arepa & Co, all while exploring the menu of cachapas, rice bowls and more.
Found in Holborn town hall, Colonel Saab is one of the prettiest Indian restaurants in London. The main room is a beautiful ambient red, with a cluster of stunning chandeliers hanging down and antiques lining the walls; it's a gorgeous place to enjoy a slap-up meal.
If you're looking for pretty outdoor restaurants in London, No.197 Chiswick Fire Station is an absolute eye-pleaser. It's not only a beast in the brunch department, but it also boasts a unique, minimalist dining room and a garden that any green-fingered folk would be proud of.
One of the best restaurants with a view in London, this striking spot inside the Royal Festival Hall brings you a stunning selection of decadent dishes, alongside killer cocktails, vintage wines and sky-high vistas of the city.
Located in the heart of the Square Mile, this gorgeous bar and restaurant offers one of the most Instagrammable interiors in the area. Decked out in foliage and vibrant furnishings, it's the perfect place to sink a few chic cocktails and get stuck into a delicious dinner.
Adorned with pink cherry blossom trees and funky neon lights, Bahn Bao Brothers has completely transformed the once disused railway arch in Waterloo that it now calls home. And luckily the food is just as good-looking, with a menu jam-packed full of mouthwatering Vietnamese small plates and hearty phos.
Cigalon is an Instagrammable restaurant in London that shows its worth both on its plates and with its decor. When you're not lapping up the velvet booths and white tablecloths alongside fabulous lighting and lustrous plants, you'll be enjoying a meal focused on all things Provençal.
SUSHISAMBA's Covent Garden has really caught our eye. Not only the place to catch sky-high views and serious amounts of sushi, this pretty London restaurant is also a sight to behold, from the bold prints on the walls and the hanging plants overhead to the plush, burgundy booths.
Found in the heart of Selfridges, it's no wonder that Brasserie of Light has to look as impressive as the building it's housed in. As it boasts a menu put together by Portuguese chef Emanuel Machado, not only can you expect delish dishes, but you can also dine under a giant crystal horse from Damien Hirst.
Gloria is a pretty Italian restaurant in London, serving up that ever-famous cheese wheel pasta you've probably seen on the 'Gram. But that's not all as, after passing its glorious plant-laden exteriors, you'll be welcomed into an eatery that knows no bounds when it comes to all things bloody gorgeous.
One of the prettiest places to eat and drink in London, Sketch is an enviable Insta-worthy plot that promises everything from afternoon teas flanked by pink velvet interiors, gastro cuisine in a woodland setting, and those (yes, those) famous egg-shaped toilets.