Where To Have Dinner In London

'Tea', 'supper', 'dinner' - whatever you want to call it, London has got a delicious answer to it. But whittling it down to just one can be a tricky choice - while we can't help you with that, we can save you from traipsing the city streets with our list of restaurants and bars all providing scrumptious dinner options.

Last updated on 21st December 2021




The Bloomsbury Club Bar

846 user reviews 5

If you're after a sophisticated meal out in the city, you can't go wrong with The Bloomsbury Club Bar. This charming restaurant bar has it all. More than just a venue with an enviable location, step inside and have your breath taken by the lavish interior here. And to seal the deal, this venue offers up a mouth-watering menu of classic British plates alongside an exceptional selection of wines from all around the globe. 

There's nothing better after a long day in London than a dim sum dinner. This Asian restaurant is found across London and brings the traditional dish to the city, accompanied by beautiful interiors and pretty cocktails.

If you're looking for affordable and delicious cuisine across London then look no further than Rosa's Thai Cafe. Having started life as a stall on Brick Lane, the restaurant is now taking over the city with their scrumptious dishes and fruity cocktails.

Apulia

183 user reviews 5

If you're searching for a dinner destination that's fuss-free yet full of flavour, Apuila is a firm choice. Tucked away in Farringdon, this quirky gem serves authentic Italian cuisine from home-cooking recipes, with an ample drinks selection and charmingly rustic interiors. 

If you're looking for where to have dinner in London one of these beautiful restaurants is just the ticket. Choose some delicious dishes from their menu of steak, lobster, salads and small plates, and sip on a couple of their tasty cocktails.

Three Cranes

6 user reviews 5

If you're after stellar British produce served in elegant and sleek surroundings, look no further than City restaurant - Three Cranes. The menu here takes influence from French cuisine, serving a range of steaks and chops from the grill, with sides of pommes frites and a choice of bone marrow or Roquefort butter.

Quaglino's

10 user reviews 4

A decadent wonderland of classic European cuisines fused with Middle Eastern flavours describes Quaglino's. Fine foods come paired with opulent dining interiors where you'll find sweeping staircases, bars dedicated to masterful mixology and even a stage graced by top DJ and live musical talent. 

Mommi

22 user reviews 4

Throw some seriously cool vibes into your evening with Clapham's Mommi, the Pan-Asian restaurant that likes to party most nights. Alongside regular DJ sets, the space has a nifty menu of infused South American fare, including some very tasty sticky miso glazed chicken wings.

Inamo Covent Garden

397 user reviews 4

When it comes to innovation, few can match Inamo. In fact, few can get close. This is the place your mates have told you about; the one where you order via sleek tablets, upload your own images as your custom-tabletop and even check in on the kitchen via chef cam. Pioneering approach aside, Inamo actually serves delightful food and Oriental cocktails too. Come for pan-Asian tapas then head for intimate post-dinner cocktails in the basement bar.

Amazing Grace

1 user review 5

Situated right next to the Shard is Amazing Grace, a music themed bar, which also happens to feature some of the best Asian cuisine you'll have in London. Munch on kimchi olives and prawn dumplings for light bites or mix and match a bunch of different bao.

Marsha

221 user reviews 4

One of the best places to have dinner on the Southbank, this gorgeous new bar and restaurant really comes alive in the evening time. Tuck into delicious plates of chicken washed down with signature cocktails while looking out of the lights of central London.