Food is a commodity like no other, bringing in millions of pounds to an otherwise booming tourist industry. You can celebrate in style with fine experiences in the Best London Restaurants. Whether you’re in the capital for a short stay or the longer term, you won’t have to compromise on food here. And if you book your stay at an accommodation in the central locale of the city, you’ll find the best shops, attractions, and food venues right next to you.
The Serpentine Bar and Kitchen, found on edge of the Serpentine in Hyde Park, is one of the more popular dining experiences in the city. You can conveniently blend a summery day out in the royal park, and then grab yourself a lovely lunch on the edge of the scenic boating lake. The menu features items such as: fish and chips, seasonal salads, and Pizza cooked under wood fire.
Zuma – a Japanese restaurant found in Knightsbridge, is just a ten minute walk away from Hyde Park. It’s one of the more sophisticated restaurants, and unlike the Serpentine experience, it perhaps is better suited for a calm dinner on breezy evening. With dimly lit lamps, and sunken tables sectioned off by dark wood screens, there’s a sense of composure in the air. Contemporary Japanese cuisine awaits you here, and classic dishes on the menu include: California maki sushi, fried langoustines with red chilli sour dashi and onions, and rib eye steak with Wafu sauce and garlic crisps.
If you want to be close to many of the previously mentioned food restaurants, and are also looking for a luxury hotel, consider The Montcalm at brewery London city Hotel. The Montcalm club also has its own meeting facilities, in house restaurant, and bar. So while you can enjoy the comforts associated with staying in the central vicinity in London, you also enjoy some delightful benefits from the comfort of your home.