Sketch restaurant with a pink interior dining room in London
These Beautiful London Restaurants Are A Must-Visit For Food-Lovers
With bubbly glass chandeliers, a romantic palette, Roman statues, and bursts of plant life, this pretty Kensington eatery has four floors and seats 170 diners.
Some of the design lends itself to an opulent movie set vibe, with plush red banquettes, marbled windows, and tiled floors in one of the dining rooms.
Expect to find luxurious offerings like Lobster Risotta ai Fruitti di Mare, fine cuts of steak, and fresh produce that tastes like it was just picked from an Italian garden.
This eclectic Mayfair eatery has five unique restaurants and bars boasting different menus in a three-story Georgian townhouse, but their décors are the real draw.
The Glade, a lunch restaurant, has purple velvet furniture, mirrored tables, and a carpet resembling a forest floor. The Lecture Room & Library restaurant has three Michelin stars.
Even the bathrooms at Sketch are famous. The toilets in "the world's coolest bathroom" are housed in giant, egg-shaped pods and have been selfied globally.
In a former courthouse, this Clerkenwell restaurant feels exclusive as guests enter a hidden red door to an overtly charming and historic two-story room.
Sessions Art Club
Massive arched windows, charming, peeling plaster walls, and velvet sofas add to the decor, with three terraces boasting crackling fireplaces, a rooftop bar, and gardens.
The menu, described by Michelin Guide as "vibrant, unfussy, and flavour-led," includes brown crab with sea purslane and chili, lovage with goat's curd and yolk, and hazelnut cake.
This Florence-inspired restaurant in Covent Garden has three uniquely designed spaces and two large terraces; the interior is awash in a gelato-bright color scheme.
Ave Mario
Electric red velvet booths, bottle-lined walls, a red and white tiled floor, and black and white stripes design three unique spaces and two large terraces.
Lunch and dinner are served in this hip spot with generous servings of decadent dishes like giant carbonara ravioli, 'biga' pizza, and La Gran Scaloppini alla Milanese.
Known for its extensive wine list of over 2,500 wines from 18 countries, this award-winning, romantic restaurant in Covent Garden has a fairytale-like setting.
Clos Maggiore
This stunning restaurant has modern European cuisine, with luscious flowers blanketing the ceiling, elegant, crisp white tablecloths, rich textured chairs, and a cozy fireplace.
A winner of multiple AA Rosette Awards for Culinary Experience and the AA Notable Wine List award, they are open seven days a week for lunch, dinner, and pre-theater dining.