Monday, 18 August 2014

Top 10 London restaurants with cool interior design

1. Berners Tavern, contemporary British menu, Oxford Circus. Read my full restaurant review
Berners Tavern remains number 1 in my heart for design as the minute you step in your mind is completely blown away. The ceiling is spectacular with those big chandeliers that make you feel you`re transported somewhere in the glamour days of Vienna.

2. Grain Store, modern European with focus on vegetarian dishes, King`s Cross. Read my review here
I love industrial designs and this one from Grain Store is one of the coolest I`ve seen. Another plus is the open kitchen which means you get to see the chefs in action.
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3. Dabbous, Modern European, Fitzrovia
Although the place is pretty small , Dabbous is definitely the cool kid on the block in Fitzrovia.
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4. Duck & Waffle, European/ British, Liverpool Street. Read my restaurant review here.
Best thing about Duck & Waffle is its amazing view over East London. A great place to go for breakfast or early dinner to catch the sunset.
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5. Hakkasan, Modern Chinese, Hanway Place. Read my Hakkasan review here.
Dark, mysterious, with oriental touches, Hakkasan interior is definitely a crowd pleaser. Another restaurant with a similar design is Yautcha which is part of the same group as Hakkasan.
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6. The Dock Kitchen, Experimental, Ladbroke Grove
And yet another industrial designed interior. I can`t help it, this place looks amazing.
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7. The Folly, Modern European & British, Monument
There are interesting, colourful elements everywhere you look in this restaurant. Feels more sometimes like you`re dining inside an art exhibition.
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8. Plum & Spilt Milk, British cuisine, Kings Cross
Loving the lights, arm chairs, and sofas in this restaurant.
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9. Nopi, Middle Eastern, Soho. Read my full review of Nopi here.
A favourite for both the food, cocktails and interior. Everything looks very light and airy.
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10. Hoi Polloi, Modern Brasserie, Shoreditch. Read my experience at Hoi Polloi restaurant here.
As soon as you step in you feel more like in New York than London, huge space and minimalist decor. Love the idea of transforming the menu into a mini newspaper.
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