Friendspire created this list for you on28 January 2020.
Regardless of what you're looking for, there is sure to be something on this list that you find appetizing. GQ Magazine has done a nice job choosing some of the best places in London. Whether you're in need of a place to take your parents or you're looking for a new place to explore, then these spots are worth the visit! The list has 42 places on it, so ... Read more
Late-night wine bar with small plates. European small plates are served along with a list of speciality wines at this late-night hangout.
All-day, modern European restaurant. A three floor space in a contemporary setting with elevated morning to late-night dining options.
Quirky bar for cocktails & hip-hop. Exposed bricks and quirky taxidermy decorate this compact cocktail bar with a hip-hop soundtrack.
Cocktail bar with Latin American flair. Cool, cozy subterranean bar showcasing creative, Latin American-style cocktails & Peruvian snacks.
Pub serving meat from its own farm. Country pub with low beamed ceilings, an open fire, terrace tables and meat reared on its own farm.
Cantonese cuisine in luxury setting. Luxury hotel restaurant serving Cantonese recipes in a chic setting evoking 1930s Shanghai.
Swanky cocktail spot with vintage flair. This luxurious locale with 1930s style showcases inventive cocktails in a warm, intimate setting.
Modern eatery & bar on the river. Fashionable riverside spot for all-day dining including brunch & Sunday roasts, with a bar and DJs.
Craft cocktail lounge with a tiny patio. Intimate haunt highlighting gin & tonics, specialty martinis & old-fashioneds in stylish, cozy digs.
Train-themed, vintage bar with cocktails. Afternoon tea & cocktails served in a vintage-style speakeasy set in a disused underground station.
High-end, art deco-style cocktail bar. Elegant, relaxed hotel bar with black and cream decor, for classic cocktails and live lounge music.