Trendy Restaurants in London

From A-list favourites through to the bar that's decorating everyone's Instagram feed, there's no shortage of trendy restaurants in London. And while there's no definition on what make somewhere a cool place to eat in London, we've come up with a pretty good list; from spots with enough flowers to decorate a greenhouse through to edgy East London eateries. Take a browse of fashionable London restaurants and get ready to feast on more than just food.

Last updated on 27th March 2019

Hoxley and Porter

155 user reviews 4

Happy hour

Modelled on a Victorian train carriage, Hoxley and Porter in Islington is a fun step back in time. The cool London restaurant serves a long list of British classics, all alongside impressive cocktails. The real treat comes with The Crypt - a secret laboratory where they will let you in on their mixing secrets.

Powder Keg Diplomacy

160 user reviews 4

Bottomless Pizza and Proseco and 2 other offers

Located in South London's St John's Hill, Powder Keg Diplomacy is a fashionable place to eat in London; think old world interiors, intimate corners and a delicious brunch menu, perfect for mopping up any hangover blues come the weekend.

Apé Hour

Any London foodie worth their salt has heard of Pizza Pilgrims, and the West India Quay branch does not disappoint when it comes to cool restaurants in London. Along with their mouth-watering pizza menu, the spot has a downstairs games room with table football, pinball and plenty of craft beer.

Whether you're looking for the perfect restaurant before a night out in central London, or planning for a swanky meal as the main event, this charming restaurant chain can do it all. No need to explain the menu, you know it will be delicious.