Fashionable Places to Eat in London
Photo courtesy of Fox & Anchor
Across the world, fashion shows are capturing the attention of discerning audiences. London, then Milan, then Paris and New York, are capturing the hearts and minds of fashionistas across the world.
That makes now the perfect time for us to discuss the most fashionable restaurants in London. Where are the world’s most fashionable people dining in the capital?
This fine dining gem is based in the ever-glamorous and bohemian Soho. With a speakeasy aesthetic composed of exposed brick walls, bronze fixtures, leather booths and low-level lighting, this is exclusivity playing at accessibility in all the right ways.
With sharing jars of confit duck, ham hock or smoked hummus, and a rotating set of delicious starters, mains and deserts, Social Eating House is proper food done remarkably well.
Famous faces: The model David Gandy, who has a cocktail, the London Gandy (black violet bitters with rye whiskey and sugar), named after him at the bar upstairs.
Another of the best places to eat in London as picked by those in the fashion community is this late Victorian relic and now craft pub. With heavy brass fixtures, etched glass and grand mahogany doors, this pub in Smithfield is composed of six eclectic rooms each with their own unique style.
The menu here is simple yet exceptionally executed. Pub classics like pork pies and sausage rolls are served over the bar along with oysters, all completely fresh, with ingredients sourced that morning from the Smithfield market.
It is for the City Boy Breakfast, however, that The Fox & Anchor is known across the capital. It features sweet cured bacon, pork & leek sausages, minute steak, lambs’ kidneys, calves’ liver, mushroom, tomato, black and white pudding, baked beans, fried toast, eggs the way you like them and a pint of Young’s London Stout.
Famous faces: Designer Holly Fulton has explained that she loves the snug chic of this East London establishment.
Established in 1890, this wine bar is London’s oldest, and alongside its premier wine list, it is also famous for its incredible 20-cheese cheese board. Hot plates of food are also on offer, and decided by the Chef on the day, but there are always six plates of food: one chicken, one beef, one lamb, one pork, one fish and one vegetarian option.
Famous faces: Designer Christopher Raeburn can often be found in Gordon’s with a glass of… port in hand. Port – not wine.
The winner of the World’s Leading Classic Hotel Award at the World Travel Awards 2015, Dukes London is a sophisticated hotel, restaurant and bar for discerning travellers and diners.
Thirty Six, run by Head Chef Nigel Mendham, offers time-honoured recipes at stunning quality, all making full use of the finest British seasonal ingredients.
Famous faces: The Saville Row tailor, Patrick Grant has been known to enjoy the serious, sophisticated ambience and attention to detail of Dukes. He recommends the Vesper Martini – Ian Fleming’s supposed favourite.
Fashion Week shouldn’t be limited to clothes and restaurants that exude style are plentiful in the capital. At Restaurant Property, we are tapped into the finest restaurants in London. Call us today on 020 7935 2222 or email firstname.lastname@example.org for more industry advice.< Back