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. 

Last updated on 29th November 2019

Rail House Cafe

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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.

Hoxley and Porter

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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.

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.


One of the prettiest restaurants on the South Bank, this gorgeous spot inside the Royal Festival Hall brings you a stunning selection of decadent dishes, alongside killer cocktails, vintage wines and some of the finest views in the area.

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Adorned with pink cherry blossom trees and funky neon lights, Bahn Bao Brothers has completely transformed the once disused railway arch that it now calls home. And luckily, the food here is just as good-looking, with a menu jam-packed full of mouth-watering Vietnamese small plates and hearty phos.


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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.

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. 

A hidden gem in the heart of Borough Market, Casa do Frango is serving up delicious peri-peri chicken in beautiful botanical-adorned surroundings. This sunny spot transforms into a sultry drinking den as dusk falls, complete with Art Deco-themed furnishings and a menu jam-packed with exotic libations. 

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. 


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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.