Top Ten Romantic Restaurants for Having Dinner With Your Mate in London

There is nothing like having a quiet dinner with your soul mate at a secluded corner of a romantic restaurant with dim lights and soft music playing in the background. London offers many such romantic restaurants where you can have a wonderful time with your partner but the top ten are being enumerated below.

Berners Tavern in the West End has a much grander setting than the previous two restaurants opened by restaurateur Jason Atherton and offers a huge lobby bar and a vast dining room with very low lighting and lively bar area. It offers delectable dishes but at an alarmingly high menu rate. It provides an utterly glamorous experience.

You can also try the enthusiastically outlandish Bob Bob Ricard that offers joy in all its elements. It is the right place to take your date to intrigue and impress and it provides out-and-out good fun. The food is excellent but it is expensive.
Claude’s kitchen offers a weekly changing menu and provides good food and excellent service. The staff is ultra-efficient, warm and welcoming. It is a terrific neighbourhood restaurant.

Clos Maggiore is an ideal place for taking your date as it has splendid romantic settings that has wood-panelling, a whole lot of fake white blossoms, fairy lights, candles and a fireplace to set the right mood while having a romantic dinner.
The Delaunay opened in 2012 but seems to have been there for ages. It offers something for everyone at reasonable rates. It has great settings, good quality of service and a great menu. Galvin Bistrot De Luxe is much-loved Marylebone bistro which is classically French with a tinge of Italian items. The Dining room has dark chocolate wood panelling, globe lighting and big bunches of scarlet gladioli.

Hakkasan is a Michelin-starred restaurant offering classy Cantonese cooking and is a benchmark for judging other Chinese restaurants. Romantic couples can really enjoy in the basement’s stylish interior that has all dark wood lattice screens and mood lighting.

J Sheekey Oyster Bar is likely to become an institution with a local appeal that goes far beyond London. The Momo is London’s most glamorous Moroccan restaurant which is great for couples on special dates, hen parties and business types. It has sexy Marrakech-style interiors, sparkling with light from intricately latticed mashrabiya-style windows and ornate metalwork lanterns.

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