Chic and glamorous, Artesian at The Langham sports stunning interiors that combine Asian influences with modern touches. The bar's celebrated designer, David Collins, has settled for nothing less than luxurious. One look at the cocktail menu, and you'll understand why the bar is consistently ranked among the best bars in the world, year after year. Choose from an extensive menu of classics as well as some delightfully original creations. When it comes to drinks, no detail is spared, including ice which is made using a special process to complement your drink. Less than perfect is not an option here.
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 in Walham Grove, The Harwood Arms strives to provide a relaxed setting to the locals with British dishes. With a variety of outside-the-box meats like catfish, deer and crayfish, the culinary team successfully delivers tasty treats which can be paired with your choice of beers or wines. Enjoy your lunch, breakfast or quick grub options at The Harwood Arms!
Ever since its establishment in 2004, Amaya has been receiving praise and flattering reviews from its visitors as well as the press. The restaurant's decor boasts a blend of Indian and western styles - sandstone panels, flowers on tables and elegant glass cutlery. Experience the exciting taste of India through a wide variety of seafood and grilled vegetables from the northern and southern parts of the country. Most desserts are sugar free, so calorie conscious eaters can heave a sigh of relief.
This is not your typical Japanese restaurant. The eighty seat Roka is centered around a Robata cooking grill and even has an elegant cocktail bar. Robata means 'with open flames' and that's what most of the menu focuses on. Dishes such as Tempura, Sashimi, Maki, Kushiage, and Robata Niku are what you'll get. Winning awards and accolades for its fine flavor and welcoming atmosphere, this is a must try restaurant in London. The French windows make it bright and airy, while the street view provides a somewhat alfresco dining experience.
Flat White brings Australian and New Zealand coffee flair to the busy streets of Soho. In the heart of Berwick Street Market, the lovely coffeehouse is christened after its namesake espresso. It serves top-quality coffees and artisan brews, as well as delicious snacks and sweet accompaniments. The place is popular among locals, as well as expatriates from down under looking for a taste of home.
Few establishments are as impressive as the Rockwell. Located inside the Trafalgar Hotel, it boasts a trendy bar and a sophisticated restaurant, both oh which are considered happening hot spots. The bar was London's first Bourbon Bar, with over 100 bourbons featured on the menu. It is also known for its fabulous cocktails, and was voted 'Best Bar 2002' by the Evening Standard and Time Out magazine. The recently-opened restaurant is also gaining popularity - try the Oysters with Mango-Chilli Viniagrette, or the Meatballs with Duck Bolognese Sauce. The high-profile venue that it is, Rockwell has been the venue for various fashion shows and celebrity parties. And if you want to get romantic, the Roof Garden offers a breathtaking view of Trafalgar Square. It's the ideal place for champagne, fine dining, and intimate conversations.
This four-story bar and restaurant consists of five different interconnected environments to combine eating, drinking, dancing, chatting and lounging. If you've heard of "Superclubs", Tiger Tiger is the "Superbar" equivalent. The clientele includes all types and ages, flitting from the relaxed cocktail bar to the appropriately-named Opal Bar to the dance floor. The main Tiger Bar plays a nightly pop-tastic blend, and the basement club area features guest DJs spinning standard commercial dance stuff.
A sweeping staircase brings you elegantly into the bar and dance floor of what started out as a swanky ballroom in the 1920s. You can book a "drinking table" on the mezzanine or the dance floor; the restaurant is open on weekends with live cabaret-style entertainment available. The modern British menu served on Sunday is fairly impressive. Starters range from soup to caviar (three varieties, at a supplement), while fish, meat and vegetarian dishes compete for your attention for mains.
Frequented by the hipster crowd of London, Opium is known for its world-class cocktails and delectable dim sum preparations. Those visiting this place for the first time could try their Opium Cocktail No.1 or their Shanghai Surprise. The decor is highly stylized, having an urban and sophisticated appeal, blended with a traditional Chinatown ambience. Ideal for a visit with friends, Opium is a class-act with its rich and innovative cocktails, and delicious Yum Cha.
Bill's in Covent Garden is spread across two floors and has become a legend when it comes to breakfasts, though their other meals are equally noteworthy as well. It has a rustic appeal to it and a vibrant vibe that is very appealing. The grocery and herbs lined shelves add character to the restaurant. The menu is wide and features tasty goodies that will make you want to come back for more. Don't miss this spot when in town.
Timberyard brings it's unique blend of Industrial-style trendiness and delicious freshly roasted coffee to the heart of London's theatre district. With a host of specially crafted coffee-blends, speciality teas and local baked goods, it's the perfect place for a pre-office coffee or even a leisurely afternoon tea. With enough spots to charge your portable devices, and Wi-fi, it's the great to just chill or get a bit of work done while sipping a warm cuppa. The basement meeting room is ideal for an out of office meeting, to get the creative juices going. For more information, do visit the website.