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The Clos Maggiore is known for its decor and pretty setting, which alternates between alfresco dining amongst apple-blossoms in summer, and the cozy indoors complete with a fireplace in winter. This makes it the perfect spot for both a romantic rendezvous, as well as a leisurely family meal. The cuisine is an exotic blend of French and Mediterranean cooking styles. Dishes like Light Creamy Polenta with Baby Artichoke, and Braised Fillet of Turbot are simply irresistible and leave you craving more. The award-winning wine list boasts of more than fifteen hundred wines that help bring out the flavor of your food, while the desserts, comprising of cheesecakes, tarts and more, are undoubtedly toothsome. If you're not in the mood for something too sweet, then the seasonally changing cheese selection can help you end your meal in the ideal manner!
Get away from the brashness of swamped central Soho and enjoy superb contemporary European cuisine in this simply decorated restaurant. There is a romantic and disarming charm about the simple surroundings, featuring original 1970s woodchip wallpaper and wooden church pews. Come evening-time, candles set a mellow mood. The hand-written menu changes on a daily basis, producing dishes of a simple yet sophisticated nature, such as Confit of Duck, Gnocchi with bacon and sausage or a Courgette and Rocket Pesto cake with Tomato Salsa. The wine is undeniably the place's primary draw, and there are two extensive and courageous lists covering different price ranges. Puddings include Neal's Yard cheeses, beautifully offset with soft pears. Tables (especially those by the window) are in overwhelmingly popular demand with local office workers, so reservations are essential.
Hakkasan is an excellent Chinese Cantonese restaurant in the center of London. It provides a wide ranging dim sum menu for lunchtime and an impressive menu for evening meals including seafood and vegetarian options. There is a good wine list, but the most popular drinks here are the cocktails. An upscale restaurant, diners here dress to impress. The restaurant is in the basement and includes a cocktail bar, central restaurant, and some smaller rooms.
Located at the London Hilton on Park Lane, Galvin at Windows serves delicious French cuisine. Perched on the 28th floor of the hotel, it offers sensational and scenic views of the bustling city. It's a popular venue for business lunches or romantic dates. The champagne Sunday brunch is a good way to start a late Sunday. The restaurant serves tantalizing dishes and a true dining experience is guaranteed. The bar impresses, with an excellent selection of signature cocktails as well as whiskeys to be enjoyed with stunning city views for company. Come on a Friday or Saturday for dinner, and enjoy live music with your meal. If you feel like shaking a leg, the dance floor is all yours.
Welcome to Gordon Ramsay, the famous award-winning chef's eponymous restaurant. Situated a bit out of the way, the eatery is perfectly located to welcome its faithful fans and other epicureans, and Gordon's faithful following continues to lap up his classic French creations. Lobster, salmon, mullet and truffle are all perfectly prepared. Fixed price menus are available. But whatever time you choose to eat here, it will be a tad formal and certainly a treat. Service is superb in the intimate dining room and tables should be booked at least a month in advance.
This award-wining restaurant has received praise by some of Britain's top food critics. Brett Graham's celebrated restaurant offers some of the best in contemporary food. The atmosphere is airy and relaxed and the decor is beautifully styled, making it ideal for romantic dates. The menu is varied with exotic items like Fillet of Sea Bream with Pumpkin and Mandarin Purée, Hand Rolled Macaronis Stuffed with Crab and Ginger, and Roast Zander with Comté. Combine your meal with a suitable wine from the extensive menu. Make sure to reserve your seats either by calling or going online.