Quintessentially British, afternoon tea is not only one of London’s most famous pastimes, but also offers a welcome break during a long day shopping or London sightseeing. Relax and refresh yourself with tea, coffee, sandwiches, pastries, cakes and perhaps even a glass of chilled Champagne, in elegant and cosy surroundings. Afternoon tea at one of London’s top hotels is certainly a luxurious and extravagant affair. It is not just tea and cake, but a lavish setting with exquisite service and the finest china, often accompanied by live music. Traditional afternoon tea in a swanky London hotel is a real delight, and perfect for any special occassion, but booking is essential and smart dress codes apply.
Dine amongst towering palm trees in the stunning 8 storey glass atrium that is The Winter Garden restaurant in The Landmark Hotel.
Enjoy seasonal British cuisine and stunning St Paul’s views at The Swan at the Globe on Bankside.
The dazzling Palm Court at The Langham Hotel is a refined and sophisticated London restaurant that simply oozes old fashioned glamour.
A short walk from Park Lane and Hyde Park, you'll find the luxurious Kai Restaurant next to the beautiful Mount Street Gardens in Mayfair.
The stunning Edwardian Goring Hotel situated just around the corner from Buckingham Palace in London plays host to the very regal Goring Dining Room.
Peridot at The Bentley Hotel is the beautiful restaurant located inside the luxurious Bentley Hotel in London’s Kensington.
One Twenty One Two restaurant is the superb restaurant found in Westminster’s Royal Horseguards Hotel.
Fans of MasterChef may well have seen the Leicester Square Kitchen host an episode of Celebrity MasterChef in August 2018.
Indulge in fine cuisine in the most sophisticated and glamorous surroundings at The Ritz Restaurant.
Berners Tavern has accumulated a variety of awards over recent years and it's easy to see why. A gem of a restaurant offering seasonal British fare in a truly grand setting.
Undeniably stylish, the new look Bluebird restaurant combines sophisticated graphic design with warm, rich colours and subtle lighting to create a relaxed mood.
Brumus is perfectly positioned close to many major theatres making it the ideal pre-theatre meal destination.
Take a break from shopping on Bond Street and enjoy Modern European delights at the excellent Hush Brasserie.
A fusion of Modern European and Mediterranean cuisine awaits at one of Marylebone's finest restaurants, The Kitchen at Holmes.
The Palm Court Brasserie is popular with locals and attracts residents as well as a loyal business following at lunch and supper times, where they mingle with the pre and post theatre crowd.
The Harrods Tea Room offers a dining experience of glamourous proportions that is perfectly suited to its location within the hallowed grounds of Harrods.
Sample the seasonal modern European cuisine at Podium Restaurant and Bar, situated in the London Hilton on Park Lane Hotel.
Situated in the Heart of The Old Covent Garden Market, The Crusting Pipe is one of London's most famous traditional styled wine bars with candle lit tables and wonderful outside seating.
Treat yourself to stunning views over London and one of the best Modern British menus in London. Ting is one of London's hottest dining destinations.
Expect the finest in steak and seafood at the beautiful new Mayfair restaurant CUT at 45 Park Lane.
Sample creative British cuisine in comfy and relaxing surroundings at the Indigo at One Aldwych restaurant.
If you're looking for a restaurant with an unrivaled view of London then look no further than Aqua Shard which occupies the 31st floor of The Shard.
108 Brasserie is a charming restaurant close to the bustling Marylebone High Street, near the neighbourhood’s well-known farmers market.