Roka isn't just a Japanese hotspot for you to pick up some delicious charcoal grilled dishes or perfectly made sushi, their bar is equally as masterful, offering up a fantastic array of carefully crafted cocktails.
Bars Near Hyde Park in London
These bars provide a perfect pit stop from a lovely stroll through one of London's best parks or after a solid shopping session. Owing to their Mayfair proximity, they are usually very elegant, yet quite quiet (tourists don't tend to drink in the day, unlike Londoners) and are all just a short distance from a very beautiful London park. Check out our recommendations for the best bars near Hyde Park in our list below.
A casual hotspot, and bar just shy of Hyde Park, Hard Rock Cafe have celebrity notoriety and burgers to their name. All-out American with shakes, sides and serious cocktail supping, head on down for walls smothered in movie names alongside Stateside bites and more.
Just round the corner from Hyde Park, join the Alfred Tennyson for a wonderful drinking experience, where you can drink in a comfortable, relaxed environment while sipping on amazing drinks and eating classic pub dishes.
Find a little slice of debauchery in heart of respectable Kensington as Balans Soho Society makes its mark on West London, with a hearty modern British menu and delicious array of cocktails.
Set up in the Hilton Hotel, Aubaine is the perfect spot to get out of the Hyde Park wilderness and into a relaxing, delicious restaurant. Popular with both tourists and locals alike, they serve up the best in French and European cuisine, making it an ideal place for chilled out bite to eat throughout the day.
Refuel in the stylish surrounds of Steak & Lobster, moments from Marble Arch. The wood panelled restaurant has an easy menu of meat and seafood, with fruity and bright cocktails, such as strawberry & rhubarb fizz.
Located inside the iconic Dorchester Hotel, this stunning bar and restaurant pays homage to the lounge bars of 1930's Shanghai. For stunning cocktails and marvellous dim sum, it's well worth a wander inside.
Trader Vic's offers a tiki getaway from one of London's most glamorous postcodes. Influences come from as far afield as the Med, Middle East and Asia, with an exhaustive cocktail list featuring the 1944 recipe for the original Mai Tai. Savour all kinds of tiki mixes and line your stomach with grub cooked via the Chinese wood-fired ovens.
Located in the Rubens at the Palace hotel, the beautiful New York Bar sits just a stone's throw from Hyde Park and Buckingham Palace. Come here for bespoke cocktails, elegant furnishings and crisp glasses of champagne.
With Jools Holland as the patron of this charming restaurant, you already know that there's going to be lashings of jazz, soul and blues from the get-go. As well as live musicians, there's even a shellfish bar, cigar terrace and mouthwatering menu on offer.