If you haven't seen this trendy London restaurant on Instagram yet, where have you been hiding? Restaurant Ours has got all sorts of buzz around it, and with good reason; think flower walls, European dishes and a swanky Knightsbridge location.
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.
If there's one thing we like our trendy London restaurants to have, it's utterly beautiful interiors. Luckily for us Lokhandwala has them in abundance, with mottled blue walls, vintage pieces dotted around and low lighting. Food is an inspired mix of modern and traditional Indian dining.
Nearly three hundred years old, Dirty Bones Shoreditch's building has been entertaining East Londoners for yonks. Formerly the infamous Les Trois Garcons, the building has a gorgeous bar, American bites, popular brunch and regular DJ nights.
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.
Another Instagram fave, Bourne and Hollingsworth Buildings are a hot ticket for a popular London brunch. The restaurant emulates a townhouse, with a sumptuous greenhouse, secret club room and great restaurant.
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.
Soho has long been the haunt of the fun and trendy in London and Six Storeys is helping uphold the area's reputation with their cool restaurant setting. Spread across six floors, the venue has a private members' feel, with out the snobbishness. Our tip? Start on the bottom floor and work your way up.
Asia collides with Cuba at the fashionable London restaurant Asia De Cuba in the centre of the city. Interiors are a fun mix of old-school posters, vintage photos and bright colours while food comes in the form of ceviche, seafood and plates such as coffee-crusted rib eye.
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.
Too cool for school? That doesn't make you to trendy for this popular London restaurant; The Schoolhouse has taken inspiration from our days in education and made them suitable for adult life - cocktails come in quirky classes and food is homely and British.
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.
Not only is Lima Michelin-starred, but it boasts sleek interiors and contemporary furnishings to revel in while feasting on authentic Peruvian plates. To top it off, their cocktails are absolutely sublime, served form the trendy underground bar.