Celebrity Restaurants in London

If there's one thing London is full of, it's celebs. You just have to know where to go to find them. Don't worry - this is a judgement free zone for you die-hard A-list hunters out there. There's also an opportunity to bag yourself some incredible food as celebrities tend to make a habit out of dining in some of the city's most notorious and renowned restaurants. SO get your inconspicuous shades on and hit up our list of celebrity restaurants in London for some wholesome star spotting. 

Last updated on 13th July 2018




Clerkenwell & Social

168 user reviews 4

With the Biebers seal of approval, Clerkenwell and Social rises in the ranks of star-studded restaurants in London. We kid you not, Justin Bieber himself strolled into this very restaurant-bar on a casual Wednesday night. With a reputation for custom cocktails, home made syrups, Italian cuisine and now the boy himself, we think Clerkenwell & Social is worth a go. 

This swanky hotel in Fitzrovia has played host to celebs like Mariah Carey, Cameron Diaz and Penelope Cruz, who have stayed in the plush rooms on occasion. With an extravagant interior and relaxed atmosphere, it's no wonder that the restaurant is a frequent dining and after-party hangout for both celebrities and us hoi polloi alike.

Restaurant Ours

5 user reviews 3

This Knightsbridge restaurant formerly run by chef Tom Sellers is a hotspot for young celebrities. Whether it's dinner or drinks that you're after, expect stylish and bright surroundings. With a roster of famous fans including the Kardashians, this Insta-worthy eatery is one to try.

Mews of Mayfair

4 user reviews 5

A suave space characterised by antique maps, original beams and views of the kitchen, the Mews of Mayfair dining room is a stunning spot to head for dinner and drinks in London. The venue itself is tucked away in a historic courtyard and offers an exclusive, member's club vibe without the joining fee. Come for lazy lunches or indulgent dinners and dine among a clutch of London's A-listers. 

Mint Leaf

18 user reviews 5

Fine Indian dining at its very best describes Mint Leaf. Nestled in the heart of the West End Mint Leaf is both contemporary and cool plating up incredible hand crafted Indian dishes both traditional and authentic in influence and flavour but show-stopping in nature. The cocktails are also something to marvel so waste no time in heading down to this A-list restaurant in London. 

Nobu, of international infamy, has finally arrived in Shoreditch, and brought with it, a whole load of celebrity customers. With a co-founder as famous as Robert De Niro, as well as, next level sushi, it's no wonder that A-list names are such huge fans. It's definitely at the top of London's most famous restaurants and quite rightly so.

The Groucho Club

1 user review 5

If there's one type of place where you can almost guarantee a celebrity sighting in London, it's a plush private members club. The understated Soho haunt is well-known for it's debaucherous nights, attracting arts and media types like Lily Allen, Sienna Miller, Robert Pattinson, Bono and Stephen Fry, among countless other names.

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A palatable playground of French-American foods, Electric Diner comes to you from the infamous Soho House group. Taking residency on the iconic Portobello Road in Notting Hill, Electric Diner is one of our more relaxed restaurants for a spot of celeb-heavy dining that's less pretentious and more 'fancy seeing you here' kinda vibes. 

 

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Chiltern Firehouse

2 user reviews 5

Possibly one of the most notorious restaurants in London and world renowned is Chiltern Firehouse - an epic among eateries for its incredible Grade II listed venue and opulent interior design. Delicacies come thick and fast here with a menu perfected in the fine art of gourmet goods so even if you don't spot any hot-to-trot clientele (which you almost definitely will), at least you'll experience one hell of a dinner. 

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