Romantic Restaurants in London

Looking to sweep your sweetheart off of their feet? A romantic meal out in London is a surefire way to get the job done. But with so many restaurants to choose from, it's hard to know which ones will really impress. Fear not young Casanova, we've singled out the crème de la crème. Here's our list of the most romantic restaurants in London ready and waiting to fulfil your date night dreams.  

Looking for further inspiration for dinner and drinks in London? Check out our complete guide.




Six Storeys on Soho

124 user reviews 4

Filled with vintage furniture and set across six floors, Six Storeys in Soho has an intimate and romantic vibe. Head to the venue to find cosy corners, floors of cocktail bars and an alluring food menu. The menu is inspired by the British Isles, with delicious dishes including Scottish smoked salmon and rare roasted sirloin of beef.

Capeesh

5 user reviews 4

Capeesh brings the romance of Italy to Canary Wharf, bringing a wonderful array of delicious Italian dishes made from fresh ingredients and tasty wine, as well as a beautiful ambiance. And after you've finished your meal, head to the Sky Bar for amazing panoramic views of the city too.

Located just off the legendary Long Bar, the Restaurant at Sanderson would make the perfect spot for dinner and drinks with your beau. Styled as a continental brasserie, chefs take an inventive approach to seasonal cuisine, and the results are plates that are as beautiful to look at as they are downright delicious. Pair your dinner with a couple of artisanal cocktails and you're definitely on to a winner.

Zuaya

1 user review 4

A short walk from Kensington Palace, this unique South American-themed bar and restaurant offers a stunning selection of gorgeous Spanish and Latin tapas plates perfect for sharing on a decadent date night. On top of that, their gold-accented interiors are sure to keep the eyes as happy as the stomach.

Opium

1346 user reviews 4

Enjoy a romantic meal out in London at Opium - a trendy dim sum parlour and cocktail bar in Chinatown. But first, you'll have to find this bad boy. Embark on a journey with your companion to unearth this hidden gem... we hear it's tucked away behind an inconspicuous green door. Once inside, gorge on a menu of fresh seasonal dishes before washing it all down with some firecracker cocktails. 

Hoxley and Porter

184 user reviews 4

Happy hour

Oozing with undeniable charm and character, Hoxley and Porter is an intimate restaurant in London - ideal for couples. Head down and tuck into a modern British menu that contains subtle influences from across the globe - think 'Devon Crab and Crayfish Linguini with Chilli, Rocket and Coriander'. On top of the excellent grub, there's an exceptional cocktail list here too! 

Cinnamon Kitchen

11 user reviews 5

Cinnamon Kitchen is an award-winning Indian restaurant in the centre of the city - the perfect venue if you're trying to impress on a date. This decadent diner offers up a menu of truly mouth-watering dishes that come served up with plenty of pizzazz thanks to the tandoori bar and grill's interactive dining experience. Once you've eaten, make your way into the adjoining cocktail bar for some post-meal tipples. 

The Jones Family Project

30 user reviews 4

How about a romantic brunch in London? The Jones Family Project is a charming daytime retreat that'll have you and your boo tucking into eggs, bacon and mimosas all afternoon long. Effortlessly stylish and always accommodating, this restaurant bar in the heart of Shoreditch is a surefire way to show your date that you're clued up on all the coolest spots in the capital.

For a truly decadent date night, step back in time at The English Grill at The Rubens At The Palace Hotel. Steeped in history and grandeur, this mahogany dining room is covered in renaissance artwork and candelabras that were one homed in Buckingham Palace. Boasting five-star service and some of the highest quality food in the city, an evening spent here is guaranteed to be a memorable affair. 

Toulouse Lautrec Jazz Club

485 user reviews 5

The Toulouse Lautrec Jazz Club in Kennington has quickly established a reputation for itself when it comes to delivering soulful jazz nights out in London. Hosting a handful of jazz and funk & soul bands throughout the early weeks of Spring, there is a pre-theatre set menu on offer, as well as a selection of small plates and sharing boards that can be enjoyed throughout the performances.

Upstairs at Amuse

24 user reviews 5

Boasting a great wine list and a stunning selection of tasty dishes, the bright, cosy and romantic restaurant in West London offers a top spot if you're looking to discover somewhere new for your next date night. Located just a short stroll from Parsons Green station, head here early doors and then extend your evening exploring some of this charming neighbourhood's many independent pubs.

Head to one of Megan's many London venues and you'll find a florally-adorned hideaway with hanging fairy lights and plush seating that sets the scene perfectly for a romantic date. Snuggle up under the indoor tree in Clapham or in the garden of Fulham if you want a truly unique experience. 

Upper House

820 user reviews 4

QUIZ NIGHT

Boasting a 'Roald Dahl-esque' charm, Upper House is easily one of the cutest restaurants in London. Grab yourself a table for two and tuck into a menu delectable dishes together. Naturally, we suggest that you wash it all down with a few of the delicious craft cocktails on offer here too. And if you're heading down during the weekend, don't forget to pack your dancing shoes either.

Mews of Mayfair

7 user reviews 4

Nestled away neatly in a historic courtyard, Mews of Mayfair is an utterly elegant eatery that offers up the very best of British cuisine - tuck into the likes of Salmon and Smoked Haddock Fishcake as you sip on some of the finest champagne. Boasting the feel of an exclusive, members-only restaurant, this is the perfect place for an extra-special occasion.

14 Hills

0 user reviews 5

Sax and The City

One of the most recent additions to London's ever-burgeoning sky-high restaurants. Located on (you guessed it) the 14th floor of 120 Fenchurch Street, the views here are unparalleled. Offering a selection of contemporary British dishes, menu highlights include the veal sweetbread served with wild mushrooms and amontillado jus, and the roasted turbot served atop a cuttle fish risotto. 

Sketch

7 user reviews 4

Instantly recognisable from its powder pink interiors and quirky egg-shaped loos, Sketch has become a bit of a bucket-list restaurant for London foodies. But the oft-grammed eatery offers more than just dreamy aesthetics - the menu here is pretty impressive too, with a wide selection of comfort food classics and seven-course tasting menus.