A big-hitter on the sustainable London restaurant scene, Quaglino's is not only plastic-free, it's also keeping things low-waste and responsibly sourced wherever it can. Dip into their gorgeous dining room for dinner and cocktails without the eco-guilt.
Plastic Free Bars In London
There's no time like the present to be upping your eco-creds and that extends to nights out. Luckily, London's bar and restaurant scene have already done part of the work for you, trading in their non-compostable waste for more ecological options and showing a commitment to sustainability in their drinks. We've rounded up our pick of the litter as we run you through the best plastic-free bars in London, from sky-high brunch spots to some of the city's swishest hotels.
This plastic-free bar in London is one of the city's top spots for mixing dinner, drinks and entertainment. With a range of delectable drinks on offer it's easy to while away a few hours in their bar, before the evening's stage shows kick off with live music and burlesque acts.
A sultry speakeasy hidden away on Old Street, this award-wining cocktail bar specialises in handcrafted concoctions you're unlikely to find anywhere else in the city. They've also done away with the plastic, letting you guzzle down their drinks through fetching bamboo, glass or metal straws.
This lush tiki bar on Upper Street was quick to jump on the plastic-banning bandwagon. You won't find a sniff of the synthetic stuff at this Islington beaut as their tropical cocktails come served in glass and sipped through biodegradable straws made of pasta.
One of London's ultimate date night spots, this plastic-free bar in Bloomsbury is a must-visit if you're on the hunt for something that's going to impress. From their plush furnishings to the tarot-inspired drinks list, it's got style, charm and sex appeal by the bucket-load.
A rooftop bar and restaurant with some of the best views in London, St Paul's Madison is all about the good times and the better drinks. Having parted with single-use plastic, their Manhattan-style dining experience is doing its bit for the betterment of the environment.
Located on the fourteenth floor of 120 Fenchurch Street, 14 Hills is the rooftop restaurant that dreams are made of. You'll be greeted by stunning botanical interiors, before getting the chance to tuck into a slick array of cocktails, alongside some very tasty food options.
A rooftop spot that looks too pretty to be real, Coq D'Argent is keeping things au naturel, or at least biodegradable, as they too have parted with plastic over recent years. Head over to Bank for the chance to take in some of the finest views in the city on their gorgeous lawn.
One of the most eco-friendly hotels in London, South Place is a chic and friendly space near Liverpool Street that is also the proud holder of a BREEAM excellence certificate. From solar-powered heating systems to energy-efficient windows, their plastic-free status is almost the least of their achievements.