Amazing news for all the good food lovers. On 4th July, restaurants across London are officially allowed to open for indoor and outdoor dining.
We know you’ve been looking forward to sitting around a table with friends and family and revel in London’s most delightful venues. To help you choose the right place for the perfect post-lockdown dining experience, here is some news from London’s most sought-after restaurants. All you’ll need to do is pick your favourite!
We’re in love with Coya. It is an institution and we will never talk too much about the group. But this reopening is special as, during its temporary closing, the restaurant had been completely refurbished with vibrant colours, golden lines mixed with Incan patterns. If you’re a lucky member of the group you’ll have exclusive access to the newest terrace. Perfect for this summer!
Amongst the long-awaited reopenings, is the Berkeley’s new terrace: The Garden. An al-fresco restaurant cocooning and fairy-like venue overlooking St Paul’s Chruch. A must-try this summer!
This restaurant is the new place to be since its opening in November. Jungle-like setting, Asian/South-American food and an amazing wine list. If you’re looking for a place to shine and please your tastebuds, this is your go-to restaurant on the 4th of July. However, reservations are hard to get. If you’d like to secure a table for the first day of reopening, give us a call!
Gordon Ramsay’s Restaurants
Petrus, Lucky Cat and their siblings will also reopen their doors on the 4th. The world-renowned chef will treat you with international flavours in a sophisticated atmosphere, ideal venue for a first date dinner.
No need to mention how much we’re longing for Meraki’s opening. It is a safe choice for greek cuisine lovers and renowned for the quality of the food and the ambience.
Looking for exotic flavours? Indian Accent is not among the most famous restaurants in London but it is one of the best for Indian food. Innovative Indian cuisine in a modern but authentic Indian restaurant, a first step towards travelling.