Eating Out

Romantic Restaurant Ideas in London


8 Hanway Place, Fitzrovia, London W1T 1HD


Michelin-starred Chinese restaurant in Soho, brings Cantonese cooking to a whole new level. Away from the tourist hustle of Chinatown, Hakkasan is a benchmark for all high-end Chinese restaurants.

This basement level restaurant is guaranteed to impress your date with not your ordinary Chinese takeaway menu. Although being a global chain, the quality of dishes certainly have not let slip. Each restaurant housing it’s own highly trained chef to prepare your dishes.


33rd Floor, Bankside, The Shard, London SE1 2TH

Hutong London

Hutong is based on the 33rd floor of London’s tallest building, The Shard. Enjoy David Yeo’s creation overlooking London. The restaurant boasts some of the finest Northern Chinese flavours including crispy de-boned lamb rib ad soft shell crab in spicy peppers.

Make an impression with the traditional Chinese red laterns decorating the interior complimented with hand-carved canisters and wood paneling. The vintage looks really helps to bring the traditional feel of 1940’s Chinese to life.

Club Gascon

57 West Smithfield, City, London EC1A 9DS

Club Gascon

Club Gason introduces the fine flavours of south-west France into east-central London. Head chef Pascal Aussignac is from Toulouse and is sure to give any high-end restaurant in London a run for its money.

Impress your date a closed off Michelin-starred sanctuary of haute cuisine for a sense of privacy in central London.

Clos Maggiore

33 King Street, WC2E 8JD

Clos Maggiore

This uniquely decorated interior influenced by the stylish country inns of Provence and Tuscany creates an amazing atmosphere for a first date.

The restaurant is headed up by Head Chef Marcellin Marc cooks sublime Provençal inspired cuisine with contemporary panache.

Marcellin prides himself in sourcing locally for the best quality and freshness of ingredients.

Galvin at Windows

22 Park Lane, Mayfair, London, W1K 1BE

Galvin at Windows

London’s best romantic restaurants have a common theme running throughout. The higher you go the more romantic Londoners think it is, such as Galvin at Windows, which is 28 floor up Hilton Park Lane.

The restaurant has an adjoining bar, so you can start the date off there or indeed go there for dessert.

It’s certainly not a cheap restaurant but considering the location, you would expect the price tag comes with the experience of the location.

Do you have a romantic restaurant that you think should be added to this list?