Dinner for Two: The Most Romantic London Restaurants
Looking to treat someone special? Here’s our pick of the most romantic Restaurants in London right now, from the finest of dining venues to an Italian gem.
14 Hills, Whitechapel
If you love that alfresco dining feel, London’s new city restaurant 14 Hills will be your kind of thing. Decorated with more than 1,000 different trees and plants, and dimly lit, the 1970s-inspired interiors set the scene for the ultimate romantic dinner date. Delve into the beautifully crafted menu, from scallops and duck to roasted pear and chocolate tarts paired with a bottle from the extensive wine list.
Circolo Popolare, Fitzrovia
This Italian gem has made a name for itself for it’s stunningly quant interior – fit with an illuminated wall of bottles and hanging flowers overhead. The menu is no less impressive, with cheese wheel mains and spectacle deserts, attracting Londoners, tourists and celebs alike (most recently Chrissy Teigen and John Legend). The Italian charm of this venue is sure to lend itself as the perfect romantic dinner setting for two.
The Parlour, The Ned
This intimate Jazz and Cabaret Bar and Restaurant promises to provide the perfect, sultry setting for a romantic evening with your special someone. The interiors, inspired by the 1930’s Jazz clubs, feels rich and luxurious, with velvet covered armchairs and dark glossy walls. The menu is fit to suit even the most discerning of guests, paired with a beautiful cocktail and wine menu. If your looking for ‘dinner and show’, The Parlour won’t disappoint.
If your looking for a little magic, we suggest Sketch. It’s stunning, art inspired interiors act as the perfect setting for a fairytale evening. Whether your looking to head down for drinks, or a full dining experience, Sketch can certainly cater to every occasion. In the evening, the charismatic feel of The Parlour, is the perfect spot to sip cocktails, while The Gallery’s pink ambience offers the perfect romantic dinner setting.
Harry’s Dolce Vita, Knightsbridge
Reminiscent of 1950s and 1960s Italian glamour, Harry’s Dolce Vita provides a sense of privacy and exclusivity with its dim lit tables and private dining space. The menu is full of Italian classics, perfect for an evening of indulgence (the Mushroom shaped desert with pistachio sauce is a must see..and try). Enjoy a quiet meal for two, with window views of the sparkling Harrods lights next door.