Exclusive Restaurants In London
From rooftop swank through to oyster bars in the City, there's no shortage of exclusive restaurants in London. If you've got the cash to splash, London has no end of posh eating spots, perfect for a birthday dinner, anniversary meal or special occasion. Read our recommendations for London's exclusive restaurants and get ready to live the high life.
Last updated on 2nd March 2017
Located on Sloane Square, The Botanist has all the credentials of an exclusive London restaurant. The swanky spot specialises in seafood with dishes such as grilled lobster, Scottish salmon fishcakes and Cornish lemon sole.
Located on Fulham Road, Goat DINE is a swanky London restaurant that fuses New York and Italy. The intimate restaurant combines modern, industrial style with posh interiors for a completely unique setting.
Overlooking the Thames, Sea Containers is an exclusive London restaurant on South Bank. Bringing the best of American and English cuisine, the venue is located in the luxurious Mondrian hotel and has a nautical theme complete with a submarine and stainless steel bar.
This upmarket London pub can be found in Marylebone serving up Scandinavian goodies in the form of reindeer, loganberries and ox cheeks. Perfect for everything from a classy date night through to afternoon tea, the West London spot is full of wood panelling, leather booths and a light and airy conservatory.
Urban Coterie is an upmarket East London restaurant set on the 17th floor of the M by Montcalm hotel. The classy wine bar and dinner venue has amazing views of the London skyline; head over at sunset for a chilled glass of Champagne.
Asia De Cuba is one of London's most renowned restaurants located near the West End. With quirky decor, the venue invokes the spirit of Cuba as well as creating incredibly delicious fusion food.
Exclusive London dining comes in the form of Michelin-starred Basque dining at Ametsa in Belgravia. Combining food from both the land and sea, Ametsa's menu changes seasonally, using the best regional produce to create an authentic Basque taste.
From royalty through to London's rich and famous, Quaglino's is a luxury London restaurant. Its dining hall is iconic, as are the art deco interiors and the delicious seafood selection. If you're feeling plush, head for a cocktail in their upstairs bar.
Formed in 1985, The Groucho Club is an exclusive private members' club in Soho. The original spot for creatives, the venue is the opposite of stuffy gentleman's clubs with quirky interiors, expert service and renowned food.
Oysters have long been linked to luxury London dining, and one venue that's adding extra class is Marco Pierre White Wheeler's Oyster Bar and Grill Room. Head to the City to soak up an upmarket atmosphere with decadent chandeliers, old-school service and a stunning selection of seafood.
The Roof Gardens is a luxury restaurant with some of the best views in London. This exclusive spot is comprised of three gardens, a members club and restaurant all with breath-taking views of London.
Very rarely will you get an opportunity to eat in a location as exclusive as the St Pancras Clock Tower. Chef Martin Milesi will treat guests to a six course taster menu inspired by the rich cultural diversity of Argentine cuisine, while sipping on a welcome cocktail and complimentary wine from Argento Winery and Garzon Wines.