Romantic Restaurants In London

Looking for the best places to wine and dine your sweetheart? In a city filled with swoon-worthy haunts and sleek bistros, it's hard to know which ones will really impress when date night comes around. But, fear not young Casanova, we're filling you in on the most romantic restaurants in London that are sure to earn you brownie points.

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Last updated on 22nd September 2022




Located on bustling Old Street, Daffodil Mulligan is a firm choice for those of you searching for date night restaurants in the city. Owned by Great British Menu winner Richard Corrigan, you can expect to delve into a range of mouthwatering eats, from yellowfin tuna tartare to grilled hake.

Salt Yard Borough

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After a romantic restaurant near London bridge? Then look no further than Salt Yard Borough. Be sure to try out its tapas-style plates that are inspired by Italy and Spain, and made with seasonal ingredients. Fancy sharing a dessert? Grab two spoons and try the salted caramel custard tart. 

For a romantic restaurant in London, look no further than the sultry interiors and top-notch Spanish fine dining fare at ArrosQD. You can tuck into a range of tasting menus or opt for their tapas bowls, all of which are whipped up using Valencian fire cooking techniques.

Ollie’s House

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Located in the heart of Chelsea, Ollie's House is an ideal venue for those low-key sultry evenings with your beau. So what's on the menu? Sink your teeth into moreish kimchi mac 'n' cheese or Bombay fish pie with a turmeric mash, followed by the signature espresso martini pancakes.

Circolo Popolare

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Stepping into Circolo Popolare is a little like stepping into a fairytale. Adorned with hanging flowers, candles and fairy lights, this trattoria takes the crown for Italian romantic restaurants in London. Famed for its giant cheese wheels full of pasta and 10-layer lasagnas, the Fitzrovia den is a feast for the eyes in more ways than one. 

Sketch

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Instantly recognisable from its interiors, Sketch has become a bit of a bucket-list restaurant for London foodies. But the 'grammable venue offers more than just dreamy aesthetics; the menus here are pretty amazing too, with everything from afternoon teas to seven-course tasting feasts.

The Culpeper

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A jack of many trades, The Culpeper houses a pub, restaurant and a gorgeous rooftop garden. Take your love up to the sky-high terrace and sit amongst the herbs sipping on botanical cocktails and chomping fresh food made using ingredients all around you.