Where To Have Dinner In London

'Tea', 'supper', 'dinner' - whatever you want to call it, London has got a delicious answer to it. But whittling it down to just one can be a tricky choice - while we can't help you with that, we can save you from traipsing the city streets with our list of restaurants and bars all providing scrumptious dinner options.

Last updated on 30th July 2020




Apulia

41 user reviews 5

40% off food and non-alcoholic drinks up to max discount of £8 per person for groups of 2-6. Please call directly for 6+ - Monday-Thursday 5:30-10:30pm & Saturday-Sunday 12-10pm

If you're searching for a dinner destination that's fuss-free yet full of flavour, Apuila is a firm choice. Tucked away in Farringdon, this quirky gem serves authentic Italian cuisine from home-cooking recipes, with an ample drinks selection and charmingly rustic interiors. 

The Harcourt

29 user reviews 5

Looking for a smashing place for food and drinks in Marylebone? Look no further than The Harcourt, a relaxed and welcoming restaurant based inside a Grade-II listed Georgian townhouse. You'll find five stunning rooms featuring artwork and a contemporary design inside, with an all-day modern European menu featuring Scandinavian influences and an extensive wine list.

Blues Kitchen Brixton

21 user reviews 4

£5 Cocktails Every Wednesday and 2 other offers

Blues Kitchen is a must for any meat lovers south of the river. Cooking up a Texan BBQ storm with pulled pork, brisket and banging burgers galore, bring a bib - cos this could get messy. These slow-cooked meats come washed down with cocktails laced with bourbon or whiskey, and there's live bands playing sweet soul music until 2am every Friday and Saturday.

Three Cranes

6 user reviews 5

If you're after stellar British produce served in elegant and sleek surroundings, look no further than City restaurant - Three Cranes. The menu here takes influence from French cuisine, serving a range of steaks and chops from the grill, with sides of pommes frites and a choice of bone marrow or Roquefort butter.

If you're looking for where to have dinner in London one of these beautiful restaurants is just the ticket. Choose some delicious dishes from their menu of steak, lobster, salads and small plates, and sip on a couple of their tasty cocktails.

Quaglino's

7 user reviews 4

A decadent wonderland of classic European cuisines fused with Middle Eastern flavours describes Quaglino's. Fine foods come paired with opulent dining interiors where you'll find sweeping staircases, bars dedicated to masterful mixology and even a stage graced by top DJ and live musical talent. 

If you're looking for affordable and delicious cuisine across London then look no further than Rosa's Thai Cafe. Having started life as a stall on Brick Lane, the restaurant is now taking over the city with their scrumptious dishes and fruity cocktails.

Inamo Covent Garden

321 user reviews 4

Up to 50% Off - Eat Out To Help Out extension and 1 other offer

When it comes to innovation, few can match Inamo. In fact, few can get close. This is the place your mates have told you about; the one where you order via sleek tablets, upload your own images as your custom-tabletop and even check in on the kitchen via chef cam. Pioneering approach aside, Inamo actually serves delightful food and Oriental cocktails too. Come for pan-Asian tapas then head for intimate post-dinner cocktails in the basement bar.

There's nothing better after a long day in London than a dim sum dinner. This Asian restaurant is found across London and brings the traditional dish to the city, accompanied by beautiful interiors and pretty cocktails.

Camino Bankside

3 user reviews 5

Serving exquisite food in an idyllic setting, Camino extends its empire to the humble streets of Southwark. Beautifully decorated with authentic knick-knacks, a collection of rustic furniture and a lovely Jamón bar, it offers guest a taste of the famous vibrant way of life that's come to define Spanish culture.

Core

152 user reviews 4

Core is a refreshing change to the swanky Bank restaurant scene with a basement bar where chill vibes are strong and neon lights make up the ambience. With a gentle nod to 'That 70s Show' with their underground social hangout, Core is an undoubtedly cool place to have dinner in London with a menu of classic pub style dishes serving you just dandy.