Not only does Paradise By Way of Kensal Green host an epic weekend bottomless brunch, but it's also home to an adorable outdoor snug. Get down here for an unforgettable feast of smoked aubergine, lamb rump and sticky toffee pudding.
Best Restaurants With Outdoor Heaters In London
New measures got you planning a winter of thermos flasks and chilly park picnics? Not so fast. The capital's dining scene won't back down that easy, with riverside eateries, quirky neighbourhood spots and rooftop gems across the city implementing ways to keep you toasty whilst eating outside this season. See for yourself in our guide to the best restaurants with outdoor heaters in London - because, after all, seeing your nearest and dearest shouldn't have to come with a frostbite warning.
A swoon-worthy hangout with views of the Grand Union Canal, Smith's Bar & Grill has a massive outside area for some socially distanced dining with friends. If their mouthwatering fare doesn't attract you then their daily happy hour is sure to do the job.
One of the best places with an outdoor heater in East London has got to be JuJu's Bar & Stage, a fun drinking, dining and party spot in Shoreditch. Along with seasonal cocktails and craft brews, you'll also find a Pan-Asian menu and a tonne of tableside entertainment.
Not only is it one of the best street food venues in the city, but Vinegar Yard also has one of the largest winter terraces in London Bridge. Complete with heaters, an overhead canopy and table service, this place is making sure both your safety and social life remain intact.
Searching for places to eat outdoors in the West End? Coqbull Soho is a brilliant spot for its cosy heaters and droolworthy menu. Tuck into rotisserie chicken, organic beef burgers and handcrafted cocktails at this restaurant next time you're in the neighbourhood.
With fruity cocktails, vibrant interiors - and exteriors for that matter - and South American nosh, Barrio is transporting you away from the wintry streets of London. Gather the gang and revel in the summertime tunes over a bottomless brunch.
Aqua Kyoto boasts one of the best rooftops in London, so it comes as no surprise that they're ahead of the curve when it comes to restaurants for outdoor dining in winter. Take in the views across Oxford Circus whilst nibbling on unique Japanese food.
Situated in Mile End, The Victoria is keeping you toasty throughout the year with heaters both in its cool walled garden and out the front. They've also got an impressive selection of drinks and a range of tasty food, with an emphasis on seafood.
A stunning East London restaurant, Mare Street Market are keeping you cosy on their fairy-lit terrace with a number of heated lamps. They're also running a digital order and pay system, meaning you can get your fix of brunch dishes, burgers and grilled goodies completely contactless.
Uniquely located overlooking Borough Market, Arthur Hooper's is one of our top picks for alfresco dining in central London. Expect sleek and modern interiors paired with a buzzing atmosphere and some of the finest Mediterranean plates in the capital.
When it comes to places for outdoor dining in London this Christmas, you could do a lot worse than The Hawk's Nest. The heated garden-style venue has space for 25 socially distanced tables of six and promises cocktails, craft beers, pizza and weekly events.
Placing community at the heart of everything it does, The Signal is a charming British boozer in Forest Hill. In the mood for alfresco meals in the chillier months? Fear not as this place provides outdoor heaters that are sure to keep you nice and toasty.
The Grafton is a cosy pub with outdoor heaters in Kentish Town. Hunker down in this unique beer garden and you can indulge in award-winning ales, local craft beers on tap and plenty more with hearty British pub grub to warm your cockles while dining alfresco.
May Fair Kitchen boasts a stylish terrace space with glowing warm heaters that are perfect for the colder months. Specialising in Italian cuisine, this sleek spot features relaxed seating and hanging lanterns that are sure to add extra ambiance to your nights out in Central London.
Barge East's garden is definitely in the running for the best quirky London restaurant with outdoor heating. Located by the historic Dutch boat, this Hackney Wick haunt will have you eating seasonal food, made using produce from their own garden, as you sit along the river.
The Builders Arms is a Chelsea staple, famed for its traditional yet gastro approach to pub grub. Get cosy under one of their heaters and indulge in a traditional Sunday roast with a plethora of drinks to match.
Just a hop, skip and a jump away from St Pancras station, Rotunda is giving you dinner with a view. The canalside beauty has a selection of deals to see you through the week along with a heated terrace filled with various high tables, sofas and group seating.
One of London's best outdoor restaurants with heating, Hush is an obvious choice for those of you after somewhere for a special occasion - that is, if you can find it. The floral gem is hidden in a lovely courtyard in the heart of Mayfair; expect a taste of La Dolce Vita in partnership with Disaronno.
No 32 The Old Town is raising the game on winter restaurants with heated outdoor seating in London. Just a few minutes' walk away from Clapham Common, this spot has both a ground floor and rooftop terrace, along with a tasty menu of cocktails and comfort food.
Venture over to Balham where The Exhibit's offering up a trio of open-air seating options to see you through winter. Wrap yourself up in one of their blankets and take to the heated terrace for a chinwag over cocktails and a medley of yummy small plates.
Hammersmith's Kindred has got to be one of the best restaurants with outdoor heaters in West London. Situated just a stone's throw away from the statin, the spot has a sleek outside terrace and a selection of delicious menus.
The Union Bar is one of the best paces to eat in Chiswick, whatever the weather. With its spacious outdoor terrace, this popular spot offers pretty views to enjoy as you feast on seasonal specials, with heaters at the ready for when temperatures drop.
The Lillie Langtry is a homely local pub in the heart of Fulham. Blending traditional and contemporary features, this place is just as homely outdoors as it is inside, thanks to its pretty garden furnishings and cosy heaters, ideal for winter drinking sessions.
No.197 Chiswick Fire Station hasn't just one, but two heated outdoor areas to choose from. Opt between their open-air courtyard or covered tables at the front and enjoy some people watching as you chow down on a weekday breakfast, post-work nibbles or Sunday roasts.
Cool decor, craft beer and more street food options than you can throw a stick at; Mercato Metropolitano is a no-brainer for a socially distanced meal with friends. The beloved Elephant and Castle food hall is fighting off the chilly weather with heated lamps dotted around their outdoor space.
Touting kitsch and retro decor both inside and out, Flight Club is adding some fun to your catch-up with friends. Enjoy some alfresco cocktails and pizza paddles at this darts den whilst sticking to government guidelines. We'd call that a bullseye.
Found yourself south of the river? Then you've got to make a pitstop at Prince of Wales, where the heated terrace space is a cosy retreat for drinking and dining. Offering a hearty menu of gastro grub, this Putney pub is keeping you well fed and watered even if temperatures drop.
A haven for heated outdoor dining in London, King's Cross is coming up trumps yet again with Drake & Morgan's alfresco options. For a stylish winter date night idea, meet your other half here for aesthetic cocktails and international grub.
Market Hall Victoria is one of the best restauarnts in London with outdoor heaters, making it the perfect pitstop in chillier months. Head here for bites to eat from renowned street food vendors alongside delicious drinks with a view of the surrounding area.
Nordic-inspired cuisine is the meal of the day at this Michelin-starred restaurant. A perfect place for birthday celebrations with your nearest and dearest, Aquavit are sure to leave a lasting impression with their chic heated terrace and top-notch service.
A fun Finsbury Park bar and restaurant, Primos Mexican Cantina are keeping you well-fed and warm way after the sun goes in. Grab a table in their heated secret garden and tuck into tacos, quesadillas and other authentic bites, all washed down with a margarita or two.
Leicester Square Kitchen is a small plates restaurant with outdoor heaters in one of London's most iconic locations. Head here to graze on a blend of fusion Mexican and Peruvian dishes next time you're looking for an alfresco date night or after work catch-up.
Part of the legendary Strongroom recording studios, this bar and kitchen in Shoreditch is one creative escape for music fans in London. Hunker down under the heaters in their extensive beer garden and tuck into hearty burgers, toasted sarnies and plenty more.
With a fully-heated beer garden for all your alfresco drinking needs, this fun Brick Lane bar is making sure you still get facetime with your mates. Head over to The Apples and Pears for the chance to sink hot cocktails and steaming slices of pizza this season.
Looking for a pretty beer garden with outdoor heaters in Central London? The Duke of Sussex is a brilliant spot, offering its guests luscious green surroundings that'll take them straight out the city and into a lush oasis for dinners outside in cooler months.
An enchanting East London pub with a chic outdoor terrace, The Turks Head is bringing it out the bag for restaurants with heated outside seating. Better yet, it's also covered and has been prettily kitted out with greenery, making it the ideal setting for date nights or meals with your mates.
Looking for outdoor dining in West London? Check out the charming garden space at The Imperial Arms. Decked out in bold furnishings, with splashes of artwork and pretty foliage, this heated terrace is an absolute must for all seasons.
On the hunt for the best places to eat outside in Camden? The Colonel Fawcett is a good old London pub keeping punters watered, fed and warm on its outdoor terraces. Whether you fancy some comfort food classics or just a few swifters, this is the spot for you.
Baja fish tacos, grilled hibiscus enchiladas and barbacoa lamb shank... Santo Remedio are cooking up authentic Mexican food from their vibrant London Bridge digs. Embrace the street food ethos on their outside tables and don't forget to try one of their potent margaritas.