Business Lunch in London

Discover the best places for a business lunch in London with this hand-picked guide. Whether you’re heading out to impress a client, catching up with your boss or throwing a leaving lunch for one of your colleagues, we hear you. Have a browse of our recommended tips for business lunch restaurants in London and you’ll have somewhere sorted in next to no time.

A classy Canary Wharf eatery and City slicker spot, Smollenksy's is a corporate munch mecca and thanks to its comprehensive A La Carte menu of patties and salads to steaks and seafood, there'll no doubt be a sumptuous snack to satisfy every hungry palate. Study those stats with a chilled beer in one hand as you fork up the flame-grilled salmon fillet or piri-piri roast chicken - business bites indeed.

The Refinery CityPoint

255 user reviews 4


Based in the heart of the City of London, the Refinery is an all-day restaurant and bar that promises to cater to whatever need you might have. With a variety of classic and signature cocktails to enjoy courtesy of the bar, it's the all-day food menu that's really got us excited. Perfect for a business lunch in London, this jack-of-all-trades will definitely cater for all your needs.                                           

The Soak

4 user reviews 4

From client meetings to after-work drinks and relaxing spots where you can chat with colleagues, The Soak has it all. Serving up breakfast, brunch, lunch and dinner alongside a specialist cocktail menu, you won't go hungry or thirsty here.

The Betjeman Arms

861 user reviews 4

Complementary Prosecco reception on arrival If you book your Christmas party with us Saturday-Monday and 1 other offer

Head over for a business lunch inside this Grade I listed building to really impress your guest. The high-ceiling dining room, terraces, meeting and drinking spots create an airy and bright ambience which create a sense of stylish grandeur. Take advantage of the contemporary conference facilities for that important meeting.

Devonshire Terrace

355 user reviews 4


Ideally located within a stones throw of the city and boasting an effortlessly sophisticated ambience, the Devonshire Terrace is a stand out candidate for a business lunch in the capital. The decor is clean-cut and slick, and with an outdoor terrace littered with places to sit and discuss terms, this Liverpool Street hangout is sure to leave a lasting impression on your client.

Tank & Paddle Bishopsgate

102 user reviews 4

Based just a stone's throw away from its original sister venue, Tank and Paddle Bishopsgate hopes to draw in the city's many busy workers with its comfort food offering, fun games and home brewed pints of beer. While the kitchen staff roll out freshly made stone-baked pizzas, the bar is busy serving home brewed pints of craft beer and real ale, all created in the giant tanks that stand behind the bar. Perfect for after work drinks or even a working lunch, this charming spot caters for whatever mood you might be in.

The Folly

1702 user reviews 4


Complete with a garden lounge and a flower shop, don't stress if you forget you're in the city - it's easily done. Aiming to be your “botanically-inspired haven”, The Folly would suit a super casual meet with a trusted client or a light bite with some colleagues; there's a good choice of food and drinks served throughout the day.

From the glitzy interiors, including marble pillars and velvet chairs, through to the massive plates of delicious food, Steak & Lobster is a crowd-pleasing option for a business lunch in London.

Three Cranes

6 user reviews 5

Located just a short stroll away from St Paul's and the City, Three Cranes is an elegant restaurant specialising in grilled dishes. With a simple menu of steaks, seafood and sumptuous desserts, as well as private dining options, this is the perfect place for a drawn-out working lunch.


8 user reviews 4

With a stunning space housing a classy cocktail bar and expansive restaurant, Quaglino's can cater to any occasion. Located in the heart of the West End, this is the perfect place for client meetings, working lunches and business meals, especially with the tasty menu of classic dishes.

It's not just gorgeous interiors at Scoff & Banter's London restaurants, the spot is also a great place to grab an easy lunch, with fine British dining taking precedent, including steaks, fish pie and a vegan menu.

Looking for a spot to impress the bigwigs at work? This Michelin-star Knightsbridge spot is sure to leave a mark with its selection of traditional, European-inspired dishes. The Gordon Ramsay restaurant also has private dining options and kitchen table experiences - so whatever you're looking for, they've got you covered.

Jamies Tudor Street

127 user reviews 5

Eat Out to Help Out

Just moments away from Blackfriars, Jamie's is a wine bar tucked away from the masses on Tudor Street. Get comfy at their large restaurant space or book somewhere a little quieter downstairs, where a menu of sandwiches and hot main courses are served up to those in for a business meet. There's sharing platters and an extensive choice of over 20 wines by the glass to boot.