The rooftop Oxo Tower restaurant is a London institution, offering both fine dining and a relaxed brasserie serving excellent modern British dishes beneath a neon blue ceiling and surrounded by spectacular London views.  The cocktail list is also divine.



Gordon Ramsay’s Union Street Café offers contemporary Italian cooking served in typically casual Italian style. Featuring authentic family recipes from head chef Davide Degiovanni, the menu is ever changing, responding to seasons and local availability, ensuring that each visit brings something new to your table.


Five months after opening, Tom Sellars’ Restaurant Story received its first Michelin star and it’s easy to see why. With a seasonal menu that encompasses Sellars’ culinary journey and the history of British food, dishes are paired with wines from the restaurant’s exclusive wine list ensuring a truly inspired experience.


Buzzy and stylish Skylon, set in the Southbank Centre, features a modern European menu served with excellent wines. It’s as popular with those attending a performance at the Royal Festival Hall as it is for those enjoying a relaxing meal with fabulous river views.


A wonderful bolt-hole away from the bustle of central London, Spring offers elegant dining within the new wing of Somerset House. Its producedriven menu changes daily to deliver fabulous, quintessentially English dishes served in a beautifully tranquil and calm atmosphere.


Seductively lit by red silk lanterns, Hutong offers an inspired Northern China menu heavily influenced by former Peking’s imperial palaces. Based on Hong Kong’s adored restaurant of the same name, London’s Hutong delivers wonderful food that is as impressive as the restaurant’s incredible panoramic views.