The Centre Point building has had quite the dose of attention as of late, meaning that its restaurants have also had an upgrade. Take for example the ever-beautiful VIVI. Inspired by the building itself, this epic dining space isn't just churning out British plates, it's churning out top looks to boot.
Pretty Restaurants in London
Sucker for something eye-catching? Filling your feed with the finest flat-lays and foliage-filled restaurants in the city? Like to look at nice things because you're human and that's just that? Then you've come to the right place. From eateries with endless palm plants to plush pink velvet corners where brunch reigns supreme, these pretty London restaurants are more than easy on the eye.
Cigalon is a restaurant in London that shows it worth both in its plates and on its walls. When you're not lapping up the velvet booths and white tablecloths alongside sweeping plates, you'll be enjoying a meal focused on all things Provençal.
Hazy summer days feel like they belong to a restaurant like No. 197 Chiswick Fire Station. Not only a beast in the brunch department, this minimal and cool restaurant is pretty as they come, also boasting an outdoor space that any green-fingered friend would be proud of.
If you want both humble and pretty when it comes to your restaurant, look no further than Andina. Styled around a traditional picanterias, this intimate dining space is meant to feel familiar and cosy, while it still knows how to dish out some of the best (and most attractive) Peruvian fare in London.
Bourne & Hollingsworth know how to put on a themed event, and they're not shy when it comes to restaurant brimming with flora (look to B&H Buildings), but how do they fare with rooftop restaurants? Pretty damn good actually. Littered with fuirt-laden trees and boasting a rooftop terrace, Bourne & Hollingsworth Garden Room is as beaut as they come.
While The Lampery are churning out refined British dishes in the heart of the Apex Hotel City of London, it's their interiors that we're looking towards. Not only will you gush over the marble tables and the luxe seating options, you'll be bowled over by the foliage hanging over head.
If you're after a pretty restaurant in London filled with gorgeous knick knacks and then some, you'll be looking the way of Comptoir Libanais London Bridge. Spread across two floors in a cool arched space, think floral tiling in abundance, glittering lamps littered across the ceiling and walls worked with texture.
Village London know how to put a looker of a restaurant together, they've done it in the shape of Riding House Cafe, but we're looking to Nova Victoria for another beaut. From rattan chairs and elegant bar stools to dim lighting and banquet dining, Rail House Cafe is a fun and tasteful mix of textures propped up by an international menu.
More than just a pretty restaurant in Angel, Hoxley and Porter is considered something of a dining experience. From its simulated wooden train carriage on arrival to the foliage and vintage prints that deck the walls, Hoxley and Porter is a charmed British dinner experience that promises glamour throughout.
If you've heard of Restaurant Ours, you've likely seen it on an Instagram post or three. Not only boasting living walls and an indoor tree alongside the perfect photo opps, this restaurant is known for its creative cocktails and impressive dishes for that all important special occasion.
If you're looking to update your Insta-feed with a few beautiful food snaps in a pretty restaurant, look no further than Megan's. A favourite among celebrities and bloggers, the restaurant boasts beautiful interiors paired with equally tantalising food offerings.
This gorgeous restaurant by the canal offers a menu of vibrant Venezuelan eats in a trendy setting. Sit back and watch swans pass as you soak up the sun outside or revel in the cool decor indoors, while exploring the menu of cachapas, rice bowls and arepas.
With a variety of rooms and menus, there's really something for everyone at Juno Rooms. Don't miss this City restaurant as it offers you stunning spaces filled with plant installations and serving up innovative cocktails alongside hearty bites.
From cured dishes that feature confit pork and cider-pickled eggs to veggie options and gorgeous desserts, the food at The Soak is almost too pretty to eat... almost. When you're not swooning over the Insta-worthy interiors and plates, check out the drinks list too.
If you've never heard of Sketch, you've never opened Instagram, and if you've never opened Instagram... let us explain Sketch. One of the prettiest places to eat and drink in London, Sketch is an enviable plot that promises everything from afternoon tea flanked by pink velvet interiors, gastro cuisine in a woodland setting, and those (yes, those) egg-shaped toilets.
London's vegan restaurant scene knows no bound, and Genesis is right up there with one of the prettiest places to grab a bite. Not only are plates filled with healthy vegan burgers and bites, the interiors are a dream all their own thanks to pastel pink walls, flashes of cactus green and neon aplenty.
While SUSHISAMBA in the City is notorious enough, it's the Covent Garden site that has caught our eye. Not only the place to catch sky high views and serious amounts of sushi, this pretty London restaurant is a sight to behold from the bold prints on the walls and the hanging plants overhead to the fusion cuisine, worthy of any Instagram post.
When people think of Enrique Iglesias and Christiano Ronaldo, restaurants don't usually come to mind, but they've switched things up a little. Supporting Zela in all its glory, not only have they backed one hell of a looker on the London restaurant scene, diners can expect an interesting fusion of Mediterranean and Japanese cuisine.
Found in the heart of Selfridges, it's no wonder that Brasserie of Light had to look just as impressive as the building it's housed in. Boasting a menu put together by Portuguese chef Emanuel Machado, not only can you expect elevated dishes, you can dine under a giant crystal horse put together by the notorious Hirst.
One of the most talked about restaurant openings of 2019, Gloria is giving Londoner's a taste of all things trattoria, even boasting that infamous cheese wheel pasta. But that's not all, on passing their glorious plant-laden exteriors, you'll be welcomed in to a restaurant that knows no bound when it comes to all things bloody gorgeous.
When Pantone announced that their colour of 2019 was a cool, coral hue, Omar's Place must have been listening. Giving you peachy, coral tones alongside golden flecks and velvet touches, Omar's Place has interiors that promise as much creativity as their dishes (think sardines with a smoked oil snow).