Restaurants near Bank

On the lookout for the best places to eat near Bank? You’ve certainly come to the right place. We’ve been out on a tour of the Square Mile, noting down some of the best restaurants in the city and gathering together in this hand-picked guide. From vintage American burger joints to bold and adventurous Indian eateries, our guide to the best restaurants in the city of London won’t let you down.

Last updated on 17th March 2020

Cinnamon Kitchen

11 user reviews 5

There's no need to mince our words here, Cinnamon Kitchen is simply one of the best Indian restaurants in London. Fresh and seasonal ingredients take centre stage, as head chef Vivek Singh uses innovative methods to create a menu as visually appealing as it is downright delicious. Pick between an array of grilled good, tasting plates and vegetarian options, with drinks in the discerning Anise Lounge to look forward to afterwards.

The Anthologist

833 user reviews 4

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Light, cosy and relaxed, The Anthologist is a simple yet stylish place to eat near Bank. The seasonal all-day menu offers something for all tastes and there's an eye-catching collection of vintages from across the globe; look out for the private dining room complete with its own 1950s kitchen. Fresh British produce makes up the lighter bites and more indulgent dinners at this laidback city restaurant.

The Botanist Broadgate

5 user reviews 4

The Botanist is a suave and trendy place for drinking and dining close to Bank. Featuring funky shapeless tables, taxidermy, cosy boothed seats and velvet armchairs, it's a sophisticated spot that suits intimate occasions and comfy catch ups. Feast on the finest British and European cuisine here and leave some time to check out the Soda Room; a refined cocktail lounge lurking downstairs.

Find your way over to Chiswell Street to encounter one of the City's leading restaurants and cocktail bars. With a collection of elegant, calming dining rooms as well as a chic leather-clad cocktail bar, it's a venue for all occasions. Head chef Richard O'Connell delivers a masterclass in innovative British cuisine, with the signature cocktails, top-notch microbeers and library of wines capping things off.

The Folly

1583 user reviews 4

There's no doubt about it; the stresses and strains of the city can take their toll on anybody. The Folly is where to relax and recuperate. A botanically inspired "sanctuary of calm", stroll through the garden lounge for some much-needed respite after a long day at the office. The Folly has you covered from breakfast right through to dinner and opens late for drinks and dancing at the weekends.


297 user reviews 4

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A buzzing haunt known for its stripped back feel and industrial opulence, Forge is there for those looking for some dinner and drinks after a long slog at the office. Fronting a handpicked selectino of meats and seasonal specialties cooked from the open-plan furnace, Forge is any carnivore's dream, and there's a fine choice of beer, wine, champagne, spirits and cocktails to boot.

Mint Leaf Lounge

81 user reviews 4

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Chefs use innovative techniques and the finest ingredients to make Mint Leaf one of the best restaurants near Bank for dinner and drinks. Settle into a space rich with natural light and high ceilings; Mint Leaf's upscale Indian fare is well suited to business lunches and dinner dates. Take a seat at the 16-metre long cocktail bar afterwards, where bartenders use 500 spirits to muddle up a refreshing after dinner tipple.

Balls Brothers Austin Friars offers exceptional value for money given its centre-of-the-city location. A place made for everything from business meetings to informal parties, after work drinks to a relaxed meal out with your friends, this is a place for those who appreciate the finer things. The team in the kitchen prepare seasonal dishes in an open plan kitchen and there's an exciting and bold range of cocktails served up in the bar.