4th Aug 2011
Enjoyable ambiance, amazing dining, extensive menus and an intimate mood to hang around- these are qualities that you may look for when planning a dinner with your date. Londonís stylish restaurants are what you wish for. Browse through our recommendations for the most elegant and cherished dining in London.
Known for its relaxed yet stylish environment, Chez Bruce welcomes guests to enjoy a modest dining experience. With exceptional dishes inspired by the classical French food, there are daily changing menu that provides a remarkable variety of dishes, like the Jerusalem artichokes, the Plaice fillets with the herb crusted razor clams, the almonds and gnocchi, the hot chocolate pudding and many more. The laid back atmosphere coupled with the first class food makes Chez Bruce an ideal bet for a stylish meal.
This beautiful Soho eatery is best known for is modest decor and a personal mood that combines into an unstuffy and relaxed atmosphere. The menu includes some seasonal dishes with the high quality ingredients like Parsley Crusted line caught cod fillet and Parmesan, white wine, braised rabbit and pancetta. Expect to find an excellent list of wines at this restaurant.
This traditional French bistro has a distinct character of its own. Located in South Kensington, La Bouchée delightfully recreates the magic of romantic Paris. This eatery serves hearty meals in an intimate and authentic ambiance. The signature dishes of La Bouchée include French onion soup, burgundy snails, and sea bass to name a few. Donít miss the sumptuous apple tarte tatin and vanilla ice cream.
Itís a Chinese restaurant in Fitzrovia. Hakkasan recreates an environment which is similar to the Shanghai in the 1930s. This is a restaurant which is popular with the celebrities. The food is based on modern accuracy and the most popular dishes include like smoked chicken, jasmine tea, spicy prawn, lily bulb and almond. The refined dim sum is considered a solid favorite among the regulars.
Ritz is counted amid the popular landmark restaurants in London. It is perhaps the right place to pay a visit and experience the enthusiasm and glamour of the days gone by. All the dining rooms have been decorated brilliantly in the baroque style, with the luxurious velvet chairs and chandeliers completing the whole look. The main courses include horseradish pomme purre, roast fillet of beef and red wine jus. The list of desserts includes malted milk ice cream and salted caramel mouse.† A formal dress code needs to be maintained at this restaurant.
Established on the parade of the Victorian shops in the chic Primrose Hill, Odetteís is a charming restaurant which has attained an iconic status since it started its operations in the year 1978. The funky and bright interior is fun and chic and there is an airy and light conservatory at its back. You can expect to get the most modern British dishes served at this London restaurant. The Apple Tart Tatin and Butternut Tortellini with the chestnut and the baby leek is a must try.