Best Restaurants Near Buckingham Palace
Didn't manage to catch a glimpse of Meghan and Harry? Missed Queenie? Don't pout... we've got the next best thing. Whether you're looking to put your feet up after a day walking around London's iconic landmarks or just fancy a plush dinner in the most regal of locations, you'll want to check out our guide to the best restaurants near Buckingham Palace.
A restaurant fit for royalty? This British spot is exactly that. Check out The English Grill at The Rubens at The Palace Hotel for a stunning meal in regal surroundings. If that's not enough, then The Leopard Bar and The Curry Room should do it.
Not only does Rail House Cafe cook up a lip-smacking brunch, but the Victoria restaurant also hosts quirky events like cheese and Champagne masterclasses. Get a taste of the high life, whether that's in a cosy corner table or your own private dining room.
Just a short walk from Buckingham Palace, this gorgeous Mayfair restaurant is fronting some of the finest dishes in the district. Join Galvin at Windows on the 28th floor of the Hilton Park Lane for decadent dinners and swish afternoon teas.
From the brains behind Gaucho comes M Restaurant. Nestled in the heart of Victoria, this multi-faceted dining favourite shines a light on good food and great drinks. Choose from the wine bar, raw bar and main dining hall... though, they're all worth a visit.
Located just a short stroll from Buckingham Palace, this Park Lane restaurant lies within The InterContinental. Taste your way through chef Theo Randall's mouthwatering dishes which take you from breakfast to lunch and dinner, with vegan and tasting menus too.
A long-standing staple on London's dining scene, Quaglino's is an iconic restaurant in St James's. Descend the grand staircase where a decadent interior gives way to plush seating and a central bar. The menu leans towards classic European dishes; think steak and seafood.
Bringing a taste of Scandinavia to central London, Aster is the perfect pick for a little pre or post-sightseeing nosh. Think duck breast and foie gras, as well as truffle potato and crushed swede. Come the weekend, it's bottomless brunch with cocktails and DIY bloody marys.
So you've watched the Changing of the Guard and checked out The Royal Mews? Now it's time to get the edible goods. Ibérica is bringing you just that with a menu of Spanish tapas washed down with wine, aperitivos and sangria on Victoria Street.